I’m racing against my age, says whiz-kid

I’m racing against my age, says whiz-kid 1

By Walter Nyamukondiwa “I am racing against my age, there is so much I want to do and if I do it slowly, I might die or grow too old before I achieve anything.” whiz-kid Sifiso Ukaka This is the philosophy of teenage whiz-kid Sifiso Ukaka who is on a mission to conquer the world. Like Winston Churchill, the 2nd World War United Kingdom leader, Sifiso, believes history will be kind to her. Related Articles Her achievements so far point to someone building solid credentials. At 16 years, Sifiso, a…

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CAPS United avert player strike

CAPS United avert player strike 2

By Eddie Chikamhi Harare giants CAPS United insist the situation in their camp is under control following a threat by players to boycott their pre-season training over unpaid dues. CAPS United vice-president Nhamo Tutisani visited the team at their training ground at Mt Pleasant School where he addressed the players after a second day of rising tensions. CAPS United shareholders, Farai Jere (right) and Nhamo Tutisani (centre) The Green Machine players refused to disembark from their team bus, demanding their January dues before taking to their routine drills. “I cannot…

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Gushungo- Hero Or Villain?

Gushungo- Hero Or Villain? 3

Farai Dziva|Former President Robert Gabriel Mugabe is a victim of the system he created political analyst Jeffryson Chitando has said. In his congratulatory message to the former Zimbabwean leader, Chitando argued that Mugabe created a system he later failed to sustain due to advanced age. There are mixed sentiments on whether Mugabe is a hero or a villain with some observers blaming him for being heavy-handed during his lengthy grip on power.However Mugabe’s sympathisers maintain the former President is an icon. See Chitando’ s statement below:Gushungo turned 95 years yesterday.The…

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Zifa boss dreams big, but . . .

Zifa boss dreams big, but . . . 6

By Robson Sharuko ZIFA are reeling under a US$8 million debt, but their president Felton Kamambo says he intends to build a hotel and build a state-of-the-art headquarters for the association. DEAL DONE . . . ZIFA president Felton Kamambo (right) addresses the media in Harare in the company of board members Sugar Chagonda (middle) and Chamu Chiwanza at a briefing where he announced the new Umbro kit deal for national teams He also says ZIFA intend to buy an Outside Broadcasting Van during his term as the leader of…

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Genius to ‘tour’ Australia . . . Makes name a lifestyle brand

Genius to ‘tour’ Australia . . . Makes name a lifestyle brand 7

By Robert Mukondiwa The arts and entertainment scene definitely has royalty whether for good or bad reasons and the media seems to always feed from that fodder willingly and with such a keen and voracious appetite they seem to eat eternally.And the royalty they love is abundant. King Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure In the world of the monarchy of course there is Elizabeth Regina as a legitimate Queen. Kim Kardashian is a real drama queen, whose claim to the throne of drama queen is only getting challenged and keenly so by Jussie…

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Blood Cousins Madly In Love, Tell Parents They Want To Marry

Blood Cousins Madly In Love, Tell Parents They Want To Marry 8

Benjamin Liseli(29) and Angela Nakawala(24) from Zambia, are cousins and in deep love…and there is nothing anyone can do about it as they explain their relationship has reached reversible levels, such that no member of their family cannot stop, as they have been together for over four years now ! “They on their knees for society to understand that nothing is new under the sun, it get back to our Fathers of old Abraham, Isaac and Jacob all married their cousins, worse for Adam he married his own flesh, So…

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Robber Preying On Single Women On Local Dating Site Arrested

Robber Preying On Single Women On Local Dating Site Arrested 11

Micheal Tapfumaneyi (centre) Efforts to find a lover on a local dating site have backfired for several women leading to loss of valuables. Yesterday, police arrested a suspect, Micheal Tapfumaneyi in connection with attacks on several women he promised to marry before robing them. Tapfumanyei was only arrested after a trap was set up with one of the police officers posing as his lover. “He met one of the ladies here in Harare at Roadport where he offered to carry her bags. “They met over the site and he told…

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Professor Hanke In Depth Analysis Of New Monetary Policy

Professor Hanke In Depth Analysis Of New Monetary Policy 16

By STEVE HANKE|UNTIL February 20th, Zimbabwe produced a quasi-currency. It was dubbed a “Zollar.” On the 20th, the quasi-currency became Zimbabwe’s official currency. This new currency is called RTGS dollars and consists of bond notes and RTGS (electronic money). The RTGS dollars possess legal tender status and will serve as the unit of account for the government’s books. The official exchange rate for Zollar quasi-currency had been set at a one-to-one rate with the U.S. dollar. But now, the RTGS dollar will trade at a managed floating exchange rate. The rate…

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Parties Walk Out Of Mnangagwa Dialogue Which He Also Did Not Attend.

Parties Walk Out Of Mnangagwa Dialogue Which He Also Did Not Attend. 18

Correspondent|THE second session of the national dialogue with July 2018 presidential candidates at State House in Harare on Friday got off to a rocky start‚ with some candidates and their representatives walking out. Some snubbed the event entirely for various reasons. President Emmerson Mnangagwa‚ who did not attend the second session‚ set up the national dialogue to address the country’s socio-economic problems. The first meeting was on February 6‚ when four committees were set up. The first committee was to focus on the institutional framework of the dialogue‚ while the…

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Cornered Sudanese leader Omar al Bashir decrees 12 months state of emergency

Cornered Sudanese leader Omar al Bashir decrees 12 months state of emergency 20

22nd February 2019 News Headlines Africa News Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir has declared a 12-month state of emergency across the country. The declaration was made in an address to the nation at 8pm local time on Friday (February 22). The move is aimed at quelling spreading anti-government protests calling for him to leave office. Meanwhile, protesters continued their rallies in the capital Khartoum after the close of the Friday congregational prayers, Jum’ah. Bashir has stressed that he will only leave office if polls are held but the relentless protesters have…

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