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PSL clubs dismayed at COVID-19 relief

Castle Lager Premier Soccer League

by WELLINGTON TONI HARARE - CASH-STRAPPED Zimbabwean clubs are disgruntled at what they believe are insufficient funds from a coronavirus (COVI-19) bailout from the world football mother body. This is the latest in a series of grievances as the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League (PSL) presses ahead with plans to start the delayed campaign...

Mostly SA returnees escalate Zimbabwe COVID-19

Beitbridge Border

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - MORE than 450 Zimbabweans returning home, mainly from South Africa, have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The positive tests have escalated Zimbabwe’s COVID-19 caseload to 942 as of this past weekend. Around 10 800 migrants have returned from neighbouring countries. More than half the...

Why love has ceased to be the conquer of all?

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAEVER realised how easy it is to go into a relationship with some or how simple it is to tell a partner you love them? However, how that relationship is maintained determines its success or failure. The reason why Jehovah gave us dominion, authority and supremacy are because...

Anxiety over ISIS terror threat to SA

Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISS) threatens security, peace and stability in South Africa. File photo

from ARMANDO DOMINGOS in Maputo, MozambiqueMAPUTO - THREATS issued by the Islamic State (IS) against South Africa, should it intervene in the insurgency in Mozambique, highlight the risk of the terror spilling into neighbouring countries. IS, which is linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), in a recent article in its official Al Naba publication,...

Expensive COVID-19 tests halt Zimbabwe PSL

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from WELLINGTON TONI in HarareHARARE - THE curtain appears to have come down the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League (PSL) season even before a ball has been kicked. This as financially-crippled clubs are unlikely to raise funds required for mandatory coronavirus (COVID-19) tests as proposed by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) before leagues across...

5G earmarked to help combat COVID-19 scourge

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from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – THE recent launch of fifth-generation (5G) technology in South African is presenting attractive opportunities for consumers, carriers and the information and communications technology (ICT) industry at large. Globally, the capabilities of 5G are forecast to enhance the prospects of finding a vaccine and treatments for the coronavirus...

COVID-19 forces Zimbabwe’s expo to go virtual

Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF)

from WELLINGTON TONI in HarareHARARE - ONE of the continent’s leading mining, engineering and transport (Mine Entra) exhibitions is set to go digital in the face of the coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions curtailing business activities across the globe. Run by the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF), it is traditionally held annually in the second largest...

Mobile money ban sends Zimbabwe’s economy spiraling

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from WELLINGTON TONI in HarareHARARE - WELCOMED in some quarters and denounced in others, the divisive ban on electronic money transactions in Zimbabwe has sent trade in the notoriously delicate economy into a tailspin. The government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa last week suspended the mobile money transactions except those for receiving essential payments for goods and services as...

Zimbabwe health minister fired over graft storm

Obadiah Moyo

from WELLINGTON TONI in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE - ZIMBABWE’S Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr Obadiah Moyo, has been dismissed from his post apparently over allegations of corruption recently leveled against him. President Emmerson Mnangagwa sacked him with immediate effect. Dr MisheckSibanda, the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet,...

Village chief nabbed for poaching

Allied Democratic Forces

Special CorrespondentCHIREDZI, (Lowveld Post) - A VILLAGE head has been arrested for alleged poaching at a major national park in Zimbabwe. This follows the discovery of some carcasses of different animals in his possession. Indications are the animals were poached from the Gonarezhou National Park. Among carcasses recovered...