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Premiere of Maria’s Vision in the UK (Pictures)

Leading lady Memory Savanhu
by admin - 2 September 2014

The University of Bedfordshire in Luton (UK) was the setting for the premiere of the Zimbabwean film Maria’s Vision. Leading lady Memory Savanhu Directed by former Miss Zimbabwe UK 2010, Tendai Mudhliwa, the film stars Memory Savanhu and musician Ogga Kattalog among others. The 110-minute drama centres...


Uncertainty grips Zanu PF

Joice Mujuru, Simon Khaya Moyo and Robert Mugabe

By Maggie Mzumara As the ruling party gears for its elective congress in December, having put behind it the youths and women’s conferences earlier last month, very few things are definite. More elements than ever before are enveloped in uncertainty — with a heavy and looming cloud of the unexpected spoiling to set in. Joice Mujuru, Simon Khaya Moyo and Robert Mugabe As things stand, it is not...


Turnall Holdings treading in the red zone

Turnall board chairman Herbert Nkala

By Prosper Ndlovu BUILDING products manufacturer, Turnall Holdings Limited, is treading on the red zone after its losses for the first six months of 2014 increased 23 times compared to the same period last year. Turnall board chairman Herbert Nkala The company’s unaudited financial results for the half year ended June 30, 2014 indicate a comprehensive loss of about 2,260 percent to $2,641,189 from...


The Independence Dividend: Eddie Cross

Eddie Cross is the MP for Bulawayo South (MDC-T)

By Eddie Cross We are in a real state again. The economy is shrinking, confidence is below zero, business is closing down all over the country, there is little new investment, the Government cannot fund the budget and is near the end of its tether. Eddie Cross is the MP for Bulawayo South (MDC-T) Our social and economic institutions are all in a crisis caused by underfunding and we remain a pariah...

Crimes & Courts

MDC-T MP defaults on maintenance payments

Tongai Matutu

By Munyaradzi Musiiwa MASVINGO – Former Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment deputy minister, Tongai Matutu, has been hauled before the courts for defaulting on paying maintenance amounting to $4,000 for the upkeep of his ex-girlfriend and four-year-old daughter. Tongai Matutu Matutu, who is MDC-T Member of Parliament for Masvingo Central, and resides at 4654 Carry Street, Rhodene...


Knives out at Bulawayo radio licence hearings

Tafataona Mahoso the chairperson Broadcasting Authority of ZImbabwe listens to questions from the public at a hearing from companies vying for the sole commercial radio licence for Bulawayo

By Patrick Chitumba BULAWAYO – There were fireworks at the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) first public hearing as Skyz Metro FM and Skies FM – two of the three radio stations vying for the sole Bulawayo commercial radio licence – presented their proposals in the city yesterday. Tafataona Mahoso the chairperson Broadcasting Authority of ZImbabwe listens to questions from the public...


Pastor Chris accused of adultery, wife sues for divorce in the UK

Pastor Chris and wife Anita

The dissolution of the marriage between Christ Embassy Church founder, Pastor Christian Oyakhilome, and his wife, Rev. Anita Odegwa Oyakhilome, has entered the final phase, TheCable can report.  Pastor Chris and Anita Oyakhilome are  undergoing divorce proceedings. Pastor Chris and wife Anita The wife is seeking divorce on the grounds of “unreasonable behaviour” and “adultery”. She outlined...


BBA house burns . . . Show postponed till new house is found

Big Brother Africa Hotshots

By Melissa Mpofu In an unexpected twist of events, the Big Brother Africa (BBA) reality show launch on Sunday has been cancelled after a shattering fire engulfed the BBA House. Big Brother Africa Hotshots The house which is located at the Sasani Studios in Highlands North, Johannesburg, South Africa, was meant to be home to aspiring housemates drawn from 12 African countries including Zimbabwe. Fortunately,...


Benjani Mwaruwari eyes Uefa badges

Benjani Mwaruwari

By Lovemore Dube FORMER Warriors captain Benjani Mwaruwari is contemplating getting his Uefa coaching badges after 20 years of professional football that has brought him fame and fortune. Benjani Mwaruwari at Wits The Undertaker, as he is affectionately known, retired from competitive football at the end of the South African Absa Premiership season in May after turning out for Bidvest Wits. In an...