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Mushekwi believes warriors can do well in Gabon

Nyasha mot Elfsborg Zimbabwe national team striker Nyasha Musheki says they can do well at the 2017 CAF Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon. The...

AFCON: Pasuwa targets knock out stage

Zimbabwean Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa wants to reach the knockout stages in the upcoming 2017 CAF Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Gabon. Although the...

3 family members die in crash. . . Holiday trip to Vic Falls ends...

Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi Pamela Shumba, Senior ReporterTHREE family members died while three others were injured yesterday when a vehicle they were travelling in burst...

Remembering sports fallen heroes

As the country looks ahead to 2017 with the hope of a fruitful year, our Harare correspondent Paul Munyuki looks back at 2016 as...

Adulterous man (60) stoned, hospitalised – Chronicle

Andile Tshuma, Court ReporterA 60-YEAR-OLD man who was caught red handed with a married woman is recovering in hospital after he was stoned and...

Of prophets and controversies in 2016 – The Herald

Freedom Mupanedemo Syndication Writer— The year 2016 came to an end on Saturday, and what an eventful year for the Christian community in Zimbabwe and beyond. The year...

Arrest made me wiser: Magaya – The Herald

Prophet Magaya Zvamaida Murwira: Senior Reporter Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder Prophet Walter Magaya says his arrest and subsequent appearing in court in 2016 opened his...

Harare residents reject urban tollgates

HARARE residents have rejected plans by Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere to set up urban tollgates, describing the move as a desperate ploy by...

Mutare in mourning

THE year 2016 was a bleak one for football lovers domiciled in Zimbabwe’s third largest city after its sole representative in the Premier Soccer...

‘HANDS OFF MY TROOPS’

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor— WARRIORS coach Callisto Pasuwa has come out guns blazing in defence of his troops ahead of their departure for the African...