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July 22, 2018 9:15 PM Chibharo’s City stint questioned

SERBIA-BASED Zimbabwean footballer Tinotenda Chibharo might have sold the nation a dummy with his claims that he played for and captained the Manchester City Under-21 side following reports in the English media this week alleging that he was never part of the Premier League outfit. The 25-year-old forward, who now plays for FK Sloboda Užice in the Serbian 21

July 12, 2018 5:02 PM ‘Hackers downloaded voters’ personal data’

The Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Cyber Security ministry has said personalised, unsolicited campaign messages sent to potential voters’ mobile phones by the ruling party could have emanated from an unprotected voters’ roll published on the Internet. While the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has staunchly denied surreptitiously leaking 15

July 1, 2018 8:54 AM Council sells houses to tenants

HARARE City Council has resolved to sell its houses in high-density suburbs to sitting tenants to empower them as well reduce vandalism of the properties. The minutes of the local authority’s finance committee’s recent meeting approved by the full council early last week showed that council resolved to dispose of some of its houses to sitting tenants 15

June 11, 2018 2:48 PM Stella Chiweshe’s daughter named tourism ambassador

German-based mbira diva Stella Chiweshe’s daughter Virginia Mukwesha was on Friday appointed tourism ambassador by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA). She was appointed at an event which was held at a Harare hotel. ZTA chief executive Karikoga Kaseke said Mukwesha’s appointment came after serious considerations. “Mukwesha has performed in German-speaking 37

May 22, 2018 3:19 AM 65-year-old in court for fraud

A 65 year old Bulawayo man has appeared in court for allegedly duping two home seekers of more than $4 000 after selling them a house that did not belong to him. Thomas Chakurira from Entumbane suburb allegedly defrauded his nephew, Mr Brian Chakabveyo and Mr Fradrick Taurayi of more than $2 000 each, claiming the money was deposit for a house he was selling 55

May 18, 2018 9:45 AM Man murdered in cold blood

A 37-year-old Gokwe man was murdered in cold blood by an unknown assailant who wanted to rob him at Machakata Business Centre last Friday. Acting Midlands provincial police spokesperson Assistant Inspector Ethel Mukwende said the deceased, Marcos Mbizo, was struck by a sharp object several times after he fought a thief who tried to rob him on his way home from the business 61

May 13, 2018 3:35 PM Dr Dre loses trademark battle with a gynaecologist called Dr Drai

Hip-hop star Dr Dre has lost a long-running trademark dispute against a gynaecologist with a similar name. The case was first lodged in 2015, when Pennsylvania-based gynaecologist Draion M Burch tried to trademark the name Dr Drai. Dr Dre objected, saying the similarity could cause “confusion”, especially as his near-namesake wanted to sell audio books 38

May 1, 2018 5:11 PM Wife demands 40 % hubby’s retirement package

A former Delta Beverages employee has been dragged to court by his wife who is demanding 40 percent of his retirement package and pension as spousal maintenance. Bulawayo magistrate Ms Sthembiso Ncube heard that Siso Sibanda was in arrears for the maintenance of his wife, Mrs Tedy Gareth Sibanda. The amount Sibanda owed could not be established as the two seemed 47

April 24, 2018 12:29 PM Kell Brook doubts Amir Khan is keen for all-British clash

Kell Brook says he is “hungry for blood” but doubts if Amir Khan will agree to face him in his next fight. Khan ended his near two-year break from boxing in spectacular fashion on Saturday by stopping Phil Lo Greco inside 40 seconds, with Brook watching from ringside at the Echo Arena in Liverpool. The two British fighters traded insults in the ring after 47

April 15, 2018 5:04 PM Tobacco farmers’ deal turns sour

Tobacco contracting firm, Agritrade Leaf Tobacco, is in the eye of a storm after it allegedly deducted insurance premiums from farmers without prior contractual agreements. Farmers who spoke to Standardbusiness said they had not entered into any insurance agreement with Agritrade and Champions Insurance and were surprised when deductions were made. One farmer 41