The Coca-Cola Company has given a notice to terminate its agreements with Delta Beverages, as the effects of SABMiller’s acquisition by AB InBev begin to be felt on the local market.

The world’s top brewer, AB Inbev, is a bottler of Pepsi products and this could have led The Coca Cola to terminate its bottler agreement with Delta Corporation, as there is an obvious conflict of interest.

Early this month, Delta shareholder, SabMiller combined with AB InBev, making Delta an

A GERMAN company which specialises in the printing of banknotes, Giesecke and Devrient, has rejected Zimbabwe’s request to print bond notes for the cash-strapped Treasury, prompting the desperate government to turn to neighbouring South Africa and other countries for help.

As the confusion surrounding the introduction of the surrogate currency reigns supreme, questions have been raised on the legality and terms of a US$200 million African Export and Import Bank (Afreximbank) facility

Maury Maks, the lady who virtually stole the show at Genius Kadungure’s all white party, has come out to apologise for her unsavoury dressing on the day. The event along Melville road, Sandton last Saturday night was to be belatedly celebrate Genius’s 32nd birthday. All white was the dress code and while Maury seemed to meet the criteria, there were serious issues with the nature of her outfit and her taking to the dance floor without panties.

She became the centre of the

A new "viral" news report has started to spread today on social media, and click-bait websites. Apparently, 16 girls got pregnant at a birthday party after one of the boys who also attended the party ejaculated into the swimming pool.

A surprise birthday party went horribly wrong after girls between the age of 13 and 17 years accidentally became pregnant. A simple weekend pool party turned to tragedy when one of the young men attending the birthday celebration ejaculated in the

Zimbabwe has cleared its debt arrears with the International Monetary Fund as part of efforts to settle its overdue financial obligations to the multilateral institution to qualify for fresh lines of credit.

The IMF said Zimbabwe, which had been in arrears since 2001, yesterday settled its obligations, amounting to $107,9 million to the IMF’s Poverty Reduction and Growth Trust.

The IMF said Zimbabwe transferred part of its SDR holdings kept at the IMF to the PRGT account to clear

TOURISM and Hospitality Industry minister, Walter Mzembi has expressed doubts over the effectiveness of bond notes, urging the government to instead adopt the South African rand.Mzembi, who was speaking on South African television news channel, ANN7, on Wednesday, said it would be sensible to turn to the rand, as South Africa was Zimbabwe’s major trading partner.

“I am following the debate on bond notes with a lot of interest. But notwithstanding the fact that I am a Cabinet

Opposition leaders, including MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, are likely to attend the burial of veteran nationalist, Cephas Msipa, tomorrow at the National Heroes’ Acre in Harare.


MDC-T secretary general, Douglas Mwonzora said the party’s top leadership would attend.

“Some of our leaders will definitely attend the burial,” he said without giving specifics.

Asked if Tsvangirai would attend, Mwonzora said the veteran opposition leader would want to attend, but did not

TWO foreign pastors at Holy Fire Ministry have been arrested for flouting immigration laws and duping congregants of their cash.

Pastors Paul William along with his Ugandan counterpart Pastor Josephs operated in Waterfalls where they allegedly fleeced unsuspecting congregants.

They are expected to appear in court today.

An impeccable source last night told H-Metro the duo has been using fake passports.

“These pastors have been charging one on one session for US$20.

VILLAGERS and farmers in remote districts of Zaka in Masvingo province have resorted to spilling oil on highways so trucks carrying donated food aid are involved in accidents after which they can steal the aid.

So daring are the culprits who claim the tactic is a way of fighting hunger. They are also not concerned that these
accidents can also claim the lives of drivers and even other passengers travelling in the trucks.

The crafty villagers usually target non-governmental

PARLIAMENT has summoned Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo to explain allegations that he and his deputy Dr Godfrey Gandawa siphoned nearly more than half a million dollars from Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef) allegedly to strengthen their social ties in their respective constituencies at the expense of the intended beneficiaries. Prof Moyo is Tsholotsho North legislator, while Dr Gandawa is Magunje lawmaker.


A Harare man, who shot his father on both legs after he tried to attack him with a machete over allegations that he was having a se.xual relationship with his stepmother, was acquitted yesterday. Edward Radzokota (31) was facing an attempted murder charge, alternatively negligent discharge of a gun.

Harare magistrate Mr Noel Mupeiwa found him not guilty on both charges.

Radzokota was given back his gun licence but the gun, a 7.65mm CZ pistol was given to the Zimbabwe Republic Police and

A Zimbabwean who was trapped when he tried to meet a 14-year-old girl for s.ex has been jailed in the UK for 18 months.

Rugby player Richard Ganyata thought he was meeting a schoolgirl for a weekend of fun at Saracens Amateur RFC in Hendon, north London. The 33-year-old had told the girl to pretend she was his little sister’s friend when she arrived at the rugby club where he says he has been living.

But Ganyata had actually been talking to a vigilante group called ‘Internet

Rapper Stunner has been slammed by some on social media for what they say was his bragging for doing community service for negligent driving.

Desmond Mapini told him  that : “you are not even showing remorse, let alone humility, you should be doing your community service in private. What you did in the cbd of all the places was shameful and disgraceful if you had kept yourself away for this period surely that would show humility on your part but alas u brag.”

But Stunner

Epworth murder cases were last month recorded in Epworth with a total of 920 crimes having been attended to. This was revealed early this week during the crime awareness campaign held in wards 3, 5 and 6. During the campaign, the police, Crime Consultative Committee along with pastors from various churches vowed to unite and fight crime in areas which falls under Chitungwiza district. These include Epworth, Hatfield, Airport (Manyame), Zengeza, St Marys’ and Chitungwiza. Speaking on the

BULAWAYO residents will on Saturday benefit from the first ever free medical health expo that will see then coming face to face with experts in the medical field.

The one-day expo, which is being hosted by the Zimbabwe Medical Association (Zima), will kick off at the Bulawayo City Hall car park at 8AM.

Zima Matabeleland branch secretary general Dr Henry Kuzanga said the event is meant to bring health specialists to the public that they serve.

“We are bringing in all specialists

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