Nakamba has struggled for game time since the arrival of the new manager, and his future at the club has always been subject to speculation.
FORMER television presenter Oscar Pambuka and his two friends were today convicted on charges of attempting to defraud a Harare-based transporter of R36 000 after misrepresenting to him that he was Mr Chingwena, Croco Motors director, and wanted advance money to pay for shipment of his motor spare parts in South Africa when they appeared at Mbare Magistrates Court.
Thousands of mourners, mainly from the Johane Masowe eChishanu apostolic sect, gathered at Crispen Kanerusine popularly known as Madzibaba Sirage’s homestead in the Negombwe area, Wedza to pay their last respects to one of their own who was murdered by Jaison Muvevi last week while leading a church service at their shrine.
A FORM 3 learner at Loreto High School in Kwekwe District, Midlands Province, shocked all and sundry when she delivered a baby in a classroom during a lesson. The 15-year-old pupil, who can not be named for ethical reasons, reportedly drew the attention of her classmates when she went into […]
BUSINESS in Mutare’s Central Business District was briefly brought to a halt on Wednesday afternoon after an unidentified woman gave birth in a shop.
ZIMBABWE and Ireland are working hard at Harare Sports Club as the two teams prepare to collide in the first of three Twenty20 International cricket showdowns at the same venue tomorrow.
TWO women were shot and killed when three armed men attacked a Zimbabwean bound bus in the Bel-Bela area in Limpopo province in South Africa early on Thursday morning.
“Climate change is real and with various stakeholders we are working with communities to adapt to new farming practices,” he said.
CHICAGO. – Imprisoned R&B star R Kelly appears to have released a rare public statement from jail on Tuesday, imploring people to “just leave my music alone, because it is all I have left, it’s all my fans have left.”
LANDS, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Resettlement Minister, Dr Anxious Masuka, has warned farmers to be vigilant to avoid losing their hard-earned cash to fraudsters.