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July 16, 2018 3:51 PM Chigumba reminds me of Tobaiwa Mudede

Priscilla Chigumba reminds me of Tobaiwa Mudede – arrogant, Zanu PF sympathiser. A man who presided over biased elections for years. What Mnangagwa fails to realise is that he is a coup president. Noone elected him. He has no legitimacy. He is one of the most unelectable politicians in the country. He inspires no one except those hardcore Zanu supporters 13

July 16, 2018 3:09 PM Anderson now top African tennis player

South Africa’s Kevin Anderson has become the highest ranked African men’s singles player since the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) began their system in 1973 – by reaching number five in the latest world rankings. His latest position comes after he finished as Wimbledon runner-up on Sunday, losing in straight sets to Novak Djokovic in the final 11

July 15, 2018 3:01 AM I wanted the crown: Miss Tourism Byo

When Anelisiwe Ndebele (pictured) entered the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe Bulawayo finals, she had the crown in her mind and on the night of July 7, the gods smiled on her as she cat-walked on the ramp. Ndebele was crowned Miss Tourism Bulawayo, winning prize money amounting to $2 000 and a ticket to represent the province in the national finals set for the city on September 9

July 13, 2018 3:04 AM Trump wants peace in ‘vicious Africa’

US President Donald Trump has vowed to help end “vicious and violent” conflicts on the African continent. “Africa right now has got problems like few people would even understand,” he said at a Nato summit press conference. “It is so sad, it is so vicious and violent,” he said, promising that his goal was to build up the US military and bring peace to the world 18

July 13, 2018 2:33 AM Carl Joshua guns for Pan-African comedy award

One of the funniest Zimbabwean comedians, animator and writer Carl Joshua Ncube has been nominated for the Savannah Pan-African comic of the year award for the second time running. Ncube is nominated alongside other great African comedians including Nigeria’s Basketmouth, Botswana’s Charles Manase (but from Zimbabwe) and Uganda’s finest Anne Kamsiime 18

July 8, 2018 6:14 PM MC Chita gets personal in new video

Musician MC Chita, real name Chitarisiro Chiketa (pictured right), has released a new music video for the track Me, Myself, My God, My Grind where he talks about his day-to-day hustle and his spiritual stance. The video was released last month on popular video-sharing online platform YouTube and it has gained favourable views. “The song, Me, Myself 48

July 8, 2018 3:31 AM Scott Vincent solid in Asia

Zimbabwe’s highest-ranked professional golfer Scott Vincent has been in great form since his fourth-place finish at the BMW SA Open early this year and has carried that through to the Asian Tour where he currently occupies 11th place on the tour’s Order of Merit standings. After 10 events on the Asian Tour, the Zimbabwean has collected four top-10s, an equal 45

July 5, 2018 1:48 AM Harare International Carnival invites artistes to register

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has called on all artistes wishing to participate at the forthcoming Harare International Carnival (HIC) to register with them through their respective provincial offices. The carnival will be held from July 17 to 21. Last year’s carnival saw a number of groups from different countries including the Samba Queens from Brazil 53

July 3, 2018 11:39 PM England end their penalty curse, beat Colombia in petulant game

England won a World Cup penalty shootout for the first time on a night of high drama in Moscow, overcoming Colombia to secure a quarter-final meeting with Sweden. Amid a fevered atmosphere inside Spartak Stadium, Eric Dier scored the winning kick after Jordan Pickford’s brilliant save from Carlos Bacca. England’s famous victory sets up a meeting with Sweden 38

July 3, 2018 11:17 PM Zimbabwe’s rugby union team sleep rough in Tunisia

Players from Zimbabwe’s national rugby union team have slept on the streets in Tunisia after complaining about the poor standard of hotel accommodation. The team are in the North African country for a World Cup qualifier and the protest came after they had been held at immigration for six hours. Rugby Africa, which is responsible for the fixture, has apologised 37