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Jah Prayzah exposed!

Musician Jah Prayzah owed his late bouncer Crispen Nyemba three months’ salary, a family relative has revealed. Tamburai Nyemba brother and family spokesperson said Cris revealed to the family shortly after he left the Third Generation Band that he was owed money by the lanky crooner. “Cris told me, his wife and the whole family that he was owed three ...

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PDP raps Zimsec over leaked examinations

People’s Democratic Party Deputy National Spokesperson Nqobizitha Khumalo has rapped the Ziombabwe School Examinations Council over the continuous leak of examinations in the country. He said when Zimsec was established there were mixed reactions. “Some of us cognisant of the corruption in low and high places and the incompetence of government departments were rather skeptical while those in the bootlicking ...

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Jah Prayzah wanted VIP treatment at funeral

Revelations emerging are that the prominent musician, Jah Prayzah was allegedly attacked at the grave yard yesterday because ‘showed no concern for a bouncer who protected him for a long time’, Zimbuzz reported. According to another bouncer believed to have been close to the late Crispen Nyemba “Jah Prayzah was attacked and chased away from Chris’ funeral is because he ...

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PSL summon Dembare

THE Premier Soccer League, battling to contain increasing incidents of violence at top-flight matches, have hauled the title-chasing pair of Dynamos and Ngezi Platinum to a hearing following incidents that rocked their top-of-the-table clash at Baobab last Saturday. In ugly scenes that reduced the domestic Premiership to an amateur league, there were even some pitch invasions by the Dynamos fans. ...

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Bosso players down tools over unpaid bonuses

HIGHLANDERS players have gone on strike over unpaid winning bonuses. Bosso wasted two days of training with players refusing to train as they are reportedly owed winning bonuses for four games against Shabanie Mine, Chicken Inn, Triangle United and Black Rhinos. According to the players, winning bonuses for matches are pegged at $170 per player, meaning each is owed $680. ...

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RBZ officials call for new economic order

Zimbabwe should consider changing its model of running the economy to ensure higher growth outcomes, senior central bank officials have said. Jesimen Chipika Chipika, deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, said the country should move away from colonial era models of running the economy where Zimbabwe has been relying on few lines of products to export and diversity. ...

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Boycott Mugabe ‘body viewing’ rally

OPPOSITION parties in Bulawayo yesterday threatened to mobilise their members to boycott President Robert Mugabe’s scheduled youth interface rally at White City Stadium on Saturday. The parties urged residents to shun the “useless rally” in protest over Zanu-PF government’s ruinous economic policies that have caused closure of several factories in Bulawayo. The boycott call came after Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko addressed ...

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ULoyiko: prophecy or protest theatre?

Yesterday, 29th October 2017 will go down in history as a day ULoyiko play gained international acclaim. The Black Box theatre in Capetown was full to the bream, a number of people had to return back disappointed. “Tonight the support was overwhelming, we have had big crowds before but this is simply the biggest to date” enthused Mr Yanga Mhluzi. ...

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Dan Tshanda returns to Bulawayo

DALOM Music front man Dan Tshanda is excited to be returning to Bulawayo with his stable next month for a performance at the inaugural Splash Festival to revive the genre locally. The music stable from South Africa, popularly known as Splash, was last in the country two years ago. At the festival taking place at Hartsfield Rugby ground on November ...

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Zanu PF women ‘steal’ Grace Mugabe chicks

ZANU PF Mashonaland women’s league members yesterday besieged the party’s provincial offices in Chinhoyi accusing their leaders of stealing broiler chicks donated to various women’s empowerment groups by First Lady Grace Mugabe. Targeted by the placard-waving mob were women’s league acting provincial chairperson Angeline Muchemenyi and administration secretary Joice Makazhu, who stand accused of theft of day-old chicks, failing to ...

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