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Africa · Zimbabwe

Kenya, Zimbabwe thrown out of Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers

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Kenya and Zimbabwe are out of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. The two countries failed to have their FIFA suspensions set aside by this week. The football associations of both countries have been suspended for "political interference" The top two sides in each pool advance to the finals in Ivory Coast next June and July.See the Story
Africa · Zimbabwe

Chief Mabhikwa granted State-assisted funeral

Chief Mabhikwa passed away last Sunday following a fatal road accident. He is expected to be buried on Saturday in Jotsholo. The President has also assigned Vice President General (Rtd) Dr Constantino Chiwenga to represent him at the burial.See the Story
Water · Zimbabwe

24-hour water shedding starts

Vusumuzi Dube, Online News Editor THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) is this week expected to reintroduce the dreaded water shedding schedule as the water situation in the city continues to deteriorate, starting with a 24-hour period which might be increased to 48 hours if consumption remains high.See the Story
Africa · Ukraine

Ukraine: The solution is Machiavellian

Kissinger is the prophet of Realpolitik and an acknowledged Americanist. He warned that Euro-American drives to see Russia militarily defeated in Ukraine were ill-fated, tragic and dangerous. The West has trouble imagining an alternative world order where the world will be a shared place.See the Story
Africa · Zimbabwe

Away win eludes Bosso again

ZPC Kariba had to settle for a share of the spoils after agonisingly fluffing several clear-cut chances in the first-half. It was Highlanders caretaker coach Joel Luphahla's first game following the sacking of Mandla Mpofu. ZPC travel to Herentals for their next assignment.See the Story
Africa · Zimbabwe

Weight, an important livestock production indicator

Mhlupheki Dube, Farming IssuesTHERE are a number of production indicators which one can use to gauge and guide the production in the beef enterprise.These are the pointers which help to decide which animal is performing better than the other, which animal should I cull and sell, which one should I keep as breeding stock.See the Story
Africa · Zimbabwe

Zimtrade boost for Zumbani skincare producer

Princess Siziba uses zumbani/umsuzwane to produce skincare products. She has been nominated to be part of ZimTrade's Eagle's Nest Export Incubation Programme. The programme is aimed at empowering youth entrepreneurs to gain access to international export markets.See the Story
Africa · Zimbabwe

President explains power shortages, proffers solutions

Vusumuzi Dube, Online News Editor THE recent surge in power demand is a pointer to the growth of industrial activity in the country and is going to be matched by the completion of ongoing rehabilitation works at Hwange Thermal Power Station with Generator 7 set to be commissioned towards the end of the year, President Mnangagwa has said.See the Story
Africa · Zimbabwe

The era of the stars

Bruce Ndlovu, Sunday Life Reporter FOR years, the Zimbabwean film and television industries have been falling short of expectations.These two major pillars in the country’s entertainment industry have, in the eyes of some, failed to produce stars while also not giving those within the sector a lifestyle befitting their status for the best part of two decades.See the Story

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