Mliswa Applies for Govt Vehicle Despite Vowing Not to Accept One

[The Herald] NORTON National Assembly Member Mr Temba Mliswa, who vowed not to accept a parliamentary vehicle last year saying it was a waste of taxpayers’ money, has now applied to have one. Mr Mliswa, an independent candidate, is on record strongly c…

[The Herald] NORTON National Assembly Member Mr Temba Mliswa, who vowed not to accept a parliamentary vehicle last year saying it was a waste of taxpayers' money, has now applied to have one. Mr Mliswa, an independent candidate, is on record strongly criticising the parliamentary vehicle scheme.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Did Unlucky Pfumbidzai Get a Raw Deal?

[The Herald] Robson Sharuko -CHAMPIONS CAPS United swept the board at the annual prize-giving ceremony to honour domestic football’s outstanding individuals last Friday night, but as the dust begins to settle, it’s emerging that some members of the tri…

[The Herald] Robson Sharuko -CHAMPIONS CAPS United swept the board at the annual prize-giving ceremony to honour domestic football's outstanding individuals last Friday night, but as the dust begins to settle, it's emerging that some members of the triumphant Green Machine might have received a raw deal.Makepekepe provided the Soccer Star of the Year, which was won by roving right-back Hardlife Zvirekwi, and the second best player of the campaign ageless forward Leonard Tsipa, while trailblazer Lloyd Chitembwe, the first man to win th

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Katima CEO Resignation Leaves Council in Limbo

[Namibian] THE re-elected mayor of Katima Mulilo, Georgina Mwiya-Simataa, said when the town’s chief executive officer resigned in August this year, the office was left in a state of despair, with some projects having to start all over again.

[Namibian] THE re-elected mayor of Katima Mulilo, Georgina Mwiya-Simataa, said when the town's chief executive officer resigned in August this year, the office was left in a state of despair, with some projects having to start all over again.

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Media Group Shines

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -ZIMPAPERS (1980) Limited once again demonstrated its market dominance after its flagship, The Herald, won the top newspaper and top brand of the year at the Zimbabwe Business Awards held in Harare yesterday.Zimpapers Grou…

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -ZIMPAPERS (1980) Limited once again demonstrated its market dominance after its flagship, The Herald, won the top newspaper and top brand of the year at the Zimbabwe Business Awards held in Harare yesterday.Zimpapers Group Chief Executive Officer Mr Pikirayi Deketeke landed the leadership acumen and excellence award.

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Group to Assist Veteran Musician Chinx

[The Herald] Tawanda Marwizi -Several musicians through a local business and arts group The Hub have come together in raising money to assist revolutionary musician Dickson “Cde Chinx” Chingaira.The group’s treasurer and Nash Paints chief executive Tin…

[The Herald] Tawanda Marwizi -Several musicians through a local business and arts group The Hub have come together in raising money to assist revolutionary musician Dickson "Cde Chinx" Chingaira.The group's treasurer and Nash Paints chief executive Tinashe Mutarisi said Cde Chinx had played a big role in the development of the music industry in Zimbabwe and there was need for everyone to assist the veteran singer.

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Football Association Congress Endorses Players Union Resignation

[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibia Football Association (NFA) held its 26th ordinary congress at the Atlantic Hotel, Walvis Bay in Erongo Region on Saturday, and as per the NFA statutes the congress was attended by all its 20 affiliated members.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibia Football Association (NFA) held its 26th ordinary congress at the Atlantic Hotel, Walvis Bay in Erongo Region on Saturday, and as per the NFA statutes the congress was attended by all its 20 affiliated members.

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Football Players’ Union Break Up

[Namibian] THE Namibia Football Players Union and the Namibia Football Association severed ties on Saturday, in keeping with a resolution taken at the national federation’s congress in Walvis Bay.

[Namibian] THE Namibia Football Players Union and the Namibia Football Association severed ties on Saturday, in keeping with a resolution taken at the national federation's congress in Walvis Bay.

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