OFFICIAL! Maritzburg announce Augusto deal

OFFICIAL! Maritzburg announce Augusto deal 1

ABSA Premiership side Maritzburg United have announced the signing of Zimbabwean striker Clive Augusto from Chicken Inn. The club on Monday posted on its website saying they are delighted to wrap up their transfer business with the arrival of Augusto. Augusto, who has won three player of the month awards in a row, was the leading scorer in the Castle Lager Premiership with 14 goals. “Maritzburg United are delighted to have wrapped up their transfer business with the acquisition of Clive Augusto, who top scored in the Zimbabwean Premier Soccer…

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PSL AWARDS: Ndiraya is July coach of the month as Josta scoops player award

PSL AWARDS: Ndiraya is July coach of the month as Josta scoops player award 2

On Aug 19, 2019 6,577 By Rest Mutore Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya and CAPS United midfielder Joel ‘Josta’ Ngodzo have been named the Castle Larger Premier Soccer League coach and player of the month for July. Tonderai Ndiraya The results for the online poll were released Monday by the PSL. Ndiraya, who has managed to stabilise the DeMbare ship since his arrival, never tasted defeat in July – recording two wins and two draws. Related Articles The DeMbare boss beat off competition from Ngezi Platinum’s Erol Akbay who also has…

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“His dogs ate my chicken”

“His dogs ate my chicken” 3

By Praise Mabuto A Harare woman is claiming US$60 from her neighbour for chickens eaten by his dog. File picture of Harare Civil Courts Takura Ndima took Liberty Chirokwe to Harare Civil Court where she was demanding the money. She told the court that Liberty’s dog came during the night and bit her chickens whilst they were in the fowl run. Related Articles “His dog devoured my fowls. I want my money, which I was going to earn from selling them. “Each was going for US$10. “My chickens were ready…

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Fun-loving granny(79) speaks

Fun-loving granny(79) speaks 4

By Kimberley Majange A Mbare bred granny, who stole the show at Seh Calaz’s recent birthday bash, says she cannot do without booze and live music. Gogo Sizani Mwelase, 79, says she has always been jovial during her childhood and dancing remains her first love. So passionate of dancing is Gogo Mwelase that she can dance to any genre, including Zim dancehall perceived to be a preserve for young rascals and hotheads. The ageless drama queen of Mbare says she learns some of her dancing routines from her grandchildren. Related…

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UZ probes accommodation scam

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On Aug 19, 2019 35,466 The University of Zimbabwe has begun investigating malcontents found to have cashed in on students desperate for accommodation. University of Zimbabwe (UZ) : Campus Overview This development comes after some students told this publication about the accommodation scandal at their institution. In a statement, University of Zimbabwe regretted the inconvenience that might have been caused to innocent students, their parents and guardians by the alleged scam. “Further to the story that appeared in the H-Metro newspaper of Thursday, 15 August 2019 under the heading ‘Accommodation…

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UZ probes accommodation scam

UZ probes accommodation scam 6

On Aug 19, 2019 35,466 The University of Zimbabwe has begun investigating malcontents found to have cashed in on students desperate for accommodation. University of Zimbabwe (UZ) : Campus Overview This development comes after some students told this publication about the accommodation scandal at their institution. In a statement, University of Zimbabwe regretted the inconvenience that might have been caused to innocent students, their parents and guardians by the alleged scam. “Further to the story that appeared in the H-Metro newspaper of Thursday, 15 August 2019 under the heading ‘Accommodation…

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Omar al-Bashir trial: Sudan’s ex-president ‘got millions from Saudis’

Omar al-Bashir trial: Sudan’s ex-president ‘got millions from Saudis’ 7

A detective has told a court in Sudan that former President Omar al-Bashir admitted to receiving millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia. Omar al-Bashir appeared in court in a cage on Monday Mr Bashir appeared in court on Monday to face corruption charges, which his lawyers say are baseless. He was ousted in April after months of protests, bringing an end to his nearly 30 years in power. In June, prosecutors said a large hoard of foreign currency had been found in grain sacks at his home. Related Articles On…

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Philippe Coutinho: Bayern Munich sign midfielder on loan from Barcelona

Philippe Coutinho: Bayern Munich sign midfielder on loan from Barcelona 8

Bayern Munich have signed attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona on a season-long loan deal which includes an option to buy. New Bayern signing Philippe Coutinho has won 55 caps for Brazil Barcelona say the German side will pay 8.5m euros (£7.78m) to take the Brazilian, 27, on loan while the option to buy stands at 120m euros (£109.84m). Bayern will also pay Coutinho’s wages for the duration of the loan spell. “In Barcelona a lot of things did not turn out as we had imagined,” he said at his…

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Poison-fears Mphoko on the run after high-speed escape from court, says ZACC

Poison-fears Mphoko on the run after high-speed escape from court, says ZACC 9

BULAWAYO – Former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko is on the run after avoiding arrest by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC), an official said. Mphoko had been summoned to appear at the Bulawayo Magistrate’s Court on corruption allegations, and had given undertakings he would attend, said ZACC spokesman John Makamure. He is charged with obstruction of justice and criminal abuse of office over allegations be sprung free officials of the roads agency, ZINARA, from a police station in 2016 while he was Vice President. The former Vice President, ousted with former…

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Police, soldiers patrol Bulawayo as opposition protest thwarted

Police, soldiers patrol Bulawayo as opposition protest thwarted 11

By Philemon Bulawayo | Reuters | Hundreds of police backed by soldiers and army helicopters deployed in Zimbabwe’s second city on Monday, in a show of force that stopped the main opposition party from launching an anti-government protest movement for the second time in four days. Police man a roadblock in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. Few people turned up for an opposition protest Monday in the Zimbabwe’s second city as armed police maintained a heavy presence on the streets. (AP Photo/Mpofu) The street march in Bulawayo was called…

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