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December 13, 2018 6:09 PM Mapeza leaves out Mhango

FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza has made a bold decision to exclude regular defensive linkman Winston Mhango from the 20-man travelling squad for the CAF Champions League first round, first leg tie against Congolese side Association Sportive Otho D’oyo. The Zimbabwean champions play the first leg away in Congo on Sunday and were expected to fly out of the country 2

December 12, 2018 9:00 AM Teacher up for stock theft

A Zhombe teacher has appeared before a Kwekwe magistrate facing three counts of stealing livestock from villagers. Thomas Mhaka (46) a teacher at St Mary’s Deporis Primary School in Zhombe appeared together with two other accomplices, Mphathisi Nsingo (39) and Nqabutho Nduna (30) before Kwekwe magistrate, Mr Tayengwa Sangster facing stock theft charges 2

December 6, 2018 5:57 PM Former VP Mphoko’s son jailed

Siqokoqela, son to former VP Phelekezela Mphoko, was today sent to prison after he violated his bail conditions. Mphoko was jailed when he appeared in court for a routine remand hearing in a case he is facing charges of $80 000 fraud and theft at Choppies outlets. Part of his bail conditions were that he was not supposed to meet any of the state witnesses 12

December 3, 2018 5:49 AM Chuma: Crafter of golden gloves

Highlanders’ appointment of goalkeepers’ coach Tembo Chuma was not an accidental appointment but was as a result of careful analysis of the club’s needs which has borne the fruits of having Ariel Sibanda among the country’s Soccer Stars of the Year selected last Thursday. Chuma, one of the most underrated but highly qualified goalkeepers’ trainers in the country 7

December 3, 2018 5:23 AM Man batters wife over satchel

A Bulawayo man assaulted and almost burnt his wife with a “burning” tyre after accusing her of stealing his satchel. A court heard Shawn Granger whose age was not mentioned in court assaulted his 29- year-old wife Ms Shelter Sibanda with fists and almost burnt her. Granger pleaded guilty to a domestic violence charge when he appeared before Bulawayo 8

November 19, 2018 3:57 PM Daz boss urges creativity

Dancers Association of Zimbabwe (Daz) president Harpers Mapimhidze has urged dancers to be creative for them to remain relevant in the arts industry. Mapimhidze bemoans the dearth of creativity in the dance industry saying the development will greatly affect them. “It’s painful that among 100 dance groups under Daz, only a handful of them are known and these 12

November 15, 2018 7:34 AM Bulawayo Chiefs wage survival war against Highlanders

Bulawayo Chiefs are targeting a point against Highlanders when the two sides meet at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday in an encounter that could have major implications to their relegation battle. Chiefs’ 0-2 loss to Ngezi Platinum in their last match has left them needing a point in order to avoid falling victim to the relegation axe. Amakhosi, as Chiefs 11

November 12, 2018 3:10 PM Bev, Zoey take fight to SA

Raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda and her oft-competitor Zoey Sifelani have decided to take their stage “fight” to South Africa. Popularly known as Bev, Sibanda decamped to South Africa early this year and Zoey followed her recently. In an interview with the Daily News, Zoey thanked Bev for opening the market across the Limpopo River. “She (Bev) played 10

November 12, 2018 11:50 AM Deadly violence after lobola money disappears

An injiva who had just arrived from South Africa allegedly thumped his relative with a log and he died a few hours later following a row over R2 000 meant for lobola that allegedly went missing from his pockets, police confirmed yesterday. Mlindisi Sibanda (29) of Tshabanda area in Tsholotsho struck Mr Lungani Tshuma (23) several times all over his body over the missing 10

November 8, 2018 11:31 AM Matopo High power outage enters day 11

Matopo High School in Matabeleland South province has gone for 11 days without electricity at a time when pupils are sitting public examinations. The headmaster of the Brethren in Christ Church-run boarding school, Mr Gardson Sibanda, said after every two weeks, the school goes for five days without electricity. “This time the school has been without 16