THE Warriors had their spirits lifted yesterday after they were addressed by Zifa president Phillip Chiyangwa, who promised that the association would settle all its financial arrears with the players and coaches.
The Zifa president addressed the players after their afternoon training session and promised to pay them their outstanding allowances starting today.
Chiyangwa said he would also make sure that Kalisto Pasuwa would also be paid his outstanding salaries
Civil servants have threatened to go on strike on January 1, 2016 if Government fails to come up with measure to enable them to report for work as they wait for January 5 to receive their December salaries.
Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa last week announced that the December salary payment date for all other civil servants, health workers included, had been moved from December 29 to January 5.
HARARE - With embattled Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa remaining under the cosh in the warring post-congress Zanu PF, insiders and analysts alike say the Midlands godfather is getting a taste of his own bitter medicine as his party enemies plot to replace him with a woman.
Well-placed Zanu PF sources were adamant in interviews yesterday that Mnangagwa, who is facing an ignominious demotion from both his party and government positions, was the “chief architect and
A DOG is a man’s best friend and in that case perhaps women should be worried for they would bark at every wrong turn they make. One cheating woman from Marumbe village in Gokwe learnt the hard way after the family dog sold her out by leading her husband to a bush where she was allegedly having sex with her boyfriend.
Energy Hove was shocked when he found his wife Lorraine Marumbe having a pleasurable moment with her boyfriend Madzibaba Busani under a tree in the bush.
HARARE - The ruling Zanu PF government has admitted its failure to develop the country, with Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko describing some parts of the country as “downward” notwithstanding the fact that the much hyped about independence was attained some 35 years ago.
Zimbabwe gained its independence from the British in 1980, and then it was described as the “jewel of Africa” however, 35 years down the line, the country’s infrastructure is
ZANU PF has been rocked by fears of plots to poison officials in rival factions, as the succession conundrum within the ruling party turns nastier.
While officials denied any knowledge of such plots, reports claimed that Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa and former Zanu PF Manicaland provincial chairperson Mike Madiro were hospitalised on suspicion of food poisoning at the recently-ended party’s 15th national people’s conference held in Victoria
AS the nation braces for the engagement of emergency power suppliers and additional power imports, the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) and Zimbabwe Power Company have applied to the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) seeking to increase electricity tariffs next year. In a statement yesterday, ZETDC said it intended to increase electricity tariffs from the current level of $9,86 per kilowatt per hour with energy experts hinting that use of emergency
Five people died while five others were seriously injured when a Nissan Sunny collided head-on with a Corsa Lite along the Gweru-Zvishavane Road, Saturday morning.Police officer commanding Zvishavane District, Chief Superintendent Edward Ncube confirmed the accident which occurred at the 80,5km peg along Gweru-Zvishavane road at around 6am.
Chief Supt Ncube said the Nissan Sunny which had six people on board was heading towards Zvishavane while the Corsa with South African
THE government has once again shifted the December pay dates for civil servants, with some of its workers expected to be paid after New Year.
Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira regretted the further delay saying it was caused by slow revenue inflows but assured civil servants that they would get their salaries on the promised dates.
She said although the government was facing serious revenue constraints, the finance ministry was
FOR the past 15 years, Farai Musoni has always made sure that he goes back to his native Zimbabwe for the festive season. His home coming, from South Africa, has always been a time to look forward to for his parents and the rest of his siblings. This is the time that he brings new clothes, good food and lots of drinks.
Working as a shop assistant, Farai cannot spare enough to send anything home on a regular basis, but he always makes sure that he saves enough so he can go home and be
Mubaiwa was killed after a tree fell on his car as he drove along Borrowdale Road near the State House.
“The Zimbabwe Republic Police would like to announce with sorrow the untimely passing on of Officer Commanding Harare province Senior Assistant Commissioner Shadreck Mubaiwa in a fatal road traffic accident, which occurred along Borrowdale Road opposite St George’s College on December 26, 2015 at around 1800hrs.