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ZIFA seals Umbro Kit deal

The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has given an update on the Umbro deal ahead of the 2019 AFCON in June. ZIFA said, “Warriors will wear the Umbro branded kit with a new design, different from the initial release. The new home shirt has the traditional solid yellow colour while the away jersey is green”. In a statement , Zimbabwe Football ...

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First Lady appointed Health Ambassador

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa was yesterday appointed by the Ministry of Health as the Ambassador for Health and Child Care. She was initially appointed Ambassador  for maternal and child health. The First Lady promised to work harder in the health section to ensure there is quality health care for all. This came up in the launch of the Nursing Now ...

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Billiat Wins PSL Goal of the Month award

Kaizer Chiefs’ Khama Billiat has won the PSL Goal of the Month award, The Premier Soccer League has confirmed. The Zimbabwean foward’s strike against SuperSport United has been voted as the best for the month. The Kaizer Chiefs’ striker took home the Absa Premiership Goal of the Month award for March.  PSL stated that, “Meanwhile, Kaizer Chiefs’ Khama Billiat took ...

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Moira Knight responds to fathers rumors

Eric Knight’s daughter Moira has taken to Twitter to express her disappointment  after alleged chats between her father and a small house leaked. “I’m very much ashamed. Help me pray for my Mum”. Eric Knights daughter responds to rumors that he fathered a child with a ‘small house’. The alleged chats were posted on the Group Mvenge Mvenge which contained ...

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Harare City Council pumps raw sewage into taps

Harare City Council is pumping raw sewage into tap water to city residents leading to disease outbreaks being the order of the day. Residents from Harare said the tap water smells like sewer because the tanks that belong to a sewer treatment plant are the main cause of the problem. The water comes from the sewer treatment plant because the ...

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Bulawayo welcomes new female artist

The City of Kings and Queens now has a new musical queen Nyasha Muusha, after Sandra Ndebele whose work has been receiving a good reception since its release last week. Nyasha Muusha is a pop diva also known as Ayshan who released her first single track this year titled ‘Nhliziyo Yami’ (My Heart) an Afro-house love song produced by Cydebass ...

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ZOL Increases Wibroniks Prices

ZOL has increased its Wibroniks subscription prices in a clever way with effect from next month, the first of May by replacing and repricing its data plans. The 5gig Wibroniks data plan which cost RTGS $15 will start to be going for RTGS $29. Previously, there was a 30gig data plan/allocation but from next month it will be there and ...

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MDC-A distances self from hoax letter

Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa today called for an urgent press conference where he denied the allegations of a letter being said to have been written by his Secretary Dr Douglas Mwonzora to ZANU PF. In his speech at the presser at Morgan House in Harare today, he said “We have seen a strange letter which  seeks to incriminate us, ...

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“I’m the finest woman…”, Pokello boasts!

Pokello Nare, a socialite and businesswoman, has claimed on her twitter timeline that she is the finest woman ever to come out of Zimbabwe. This claim has attracted mixed reactions from her follower’s comments on her Twitter post. Pokello has been known to be one of the Zimbabwe’s elite personalities and of high standards. She has been well known from ...

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Chirisa strikes Hollywood again

Tongayi Chirisa a well known Zimbabwean actor popularily  known for playing Hekule on Leon Schuster’s Mr. Bones  2, joins Janallemonae in Lionsgate’s Racial Thriller a film about race relations in America. Chirisa was born in Harare where his acting career began in 2002 with a role in the country’s first soap opera, Studio 263. The star continued to shine as ...

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