Moyo In New Revolution - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo met his Cuban counterpart, Jose Saborido Loidi here and the two shared revolutionary ideas on how science can rebuild Zimbabwe through university ...

Brexit negotiations will be brutal, nasty and potentially short - Irish Times

Both sides have now staked out their initial Brexit negotiating positions. The UK, via Theresa May's key speeches and article 50 letter, wants to retain all the benefits of the single market while avoiding all of its obligations. This is dressed up in ...

Anthony Joshua tipped to be bigger than David Beckham after win over Wladimir Klitschko - Fox Sports

CHAMP Anthony Joshua's stunning heavyweight win catapulted him towards boxing's billionaire bracket — but he hasn't forgotten the bill at his local laundrette. The British ring sensation pocketed $AUD26 million from his thrilling victory over Wladimir ...

Malema's Top Aide Marries ANC Sweetheart - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

The saying that love knows no bounds appears to have found resonance in EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu. Julius Malema's right-hand man married Siphesihle Pezi in a traditional wedding on Saturday at Mahosini village outside Malamulele in ...

As Trump Assails the Media, Washington Finds the Will to Party - New York Times

Guests attended the after-party for Samantha Bee's “Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner” on Saturday at the W Hotel in Washington. Credit Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for TBS. WASHINGTON — It was not so long ago — was it really just last ...

In France's Poor Suburbs, Angry Voters May Skip Big Election - New York Times

Posters of the French presidential candidates Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen in Stains, a working-class suburb north of Paris, on Friday. Credit Dmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times. STAINS, France — For voters in the poorer, largely immigrant ...

Shutterstock: An Unexpected Winner At The Met Gala - Forbes

The Met Gala is considered the biggest night in fashion (and the most exclusive). For an event of its fame, the benefit is surprisingly secretive. Unless you're one of the 600-700 guests handpicked by gala ringmaster and Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna ...

Things fall apart for Kunonga . . . Anglican Church turns screws on embattled cleric - The Herald

The Anglican Church has instructed its lawyers to recover everything the church lost to ex-communicated bishop Dr Nolbert Kunonga following the Supreme Court ruling last month. The superior court ordered the bishop to pay the Anglican Church $427 000 ...

Armed robbers on the prowl - The Herald

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has expressed concern over a gang of armed robbers that is raiding service stations and other business premises. According to police, the robbers are targeting places where they know large amounts of money are being kept.

Kirsty swims her way into ZOC board - The Herald

TOP TABLE . . . ZOC president Admire Masenda (centre) and his deputies (Kirsty Coventry (right) and Thabani Gonye enjoy the proceedings soon after their election at Prince Edward School yesterday. Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter SWIMMING icon Kirsty ...

Pope warns against fanaticism - The Herald

CAIRO. – Pope Francis warned against religious fanaticism on Saturday, wrapping up a brief trip to Cairo where he urged Muslim leaders to unite against violence by Islamic militants threatening to rid the Middle East of its ancient Christian communities.

Advantage Chelsea, Manchester misery - The Herald

LONDON. — Chelsea looked every inch champions in taking a significant step towards the Premier League title yesterday with victory at Everton, while the Manchester clubs stumbled in the race for the top four. A superb second-half strike by Pedro and ...

Mixed bag at 'Sendekera' gig - The Herald

Thousands thronged the Harare International Conference Centre for the much-hyped “Sendekera, Come Let's Dance Gig” that featured South African group Mafikizolo and local giants Jah Prayzah and Alexio Kawara among other musicians. Musicians did ...

Africa out of 2017 Man Booker Prize - The Herald

Alain Mabanckou, a recurring interest for the flagship panel on translated fiction, has fallen out of the 2017 race for the Man Booker International Prize. The only African novelist on the longlist this year, Mabanckou was a finalist for his collective ...

Injiva sentenced to 5 yrs for discharging illegal gun - Chronicle

AN injiva who fired a shot into the ground after he and his friend were denied water to drink by a mob in Lower Gweru, has been sentenced to five years imprisonment. His friend was acquitted and discharged. Darlington Mguni (32) and Mxolisi Khumalo (27 ...

Woman drowns baby to please lover - Chronicle

A LOVE-struck Masvingo woman allegedly drowned her three-year-old son in Mutirikwi River to please her boyfriend. Joyce Madzimure (25) of Gwatinyanya Village under Chief Mapanzure was allegedly on separation with her husband last year, when she ...

Hitchhiker killed in road accident - Chronicle

A MAN died on the spot when a vehicle he was travelling in hit a bull at the 196 KM peg along the Masvingo-Mbalabala Road. Dennis Tshuma (49) of Mthwakazi Township in Filabusi sustained serious head injuries and died on the spot during the incident ...

40 years jail for Hooker rapists - Chronicle

TWO men from Bulawayo who robbed a hooker and her client at gun point before raping the woman have been sentenced to a combined 40 years in prison. Magistrate Ms Sibongile Msipa-Marondedze sentenced Sydney Dube (43) of Lobengula West suburb ...

CSC rolls out livestock restocking programme - Chronicle

THE Cold Storage Company (CSC) has partnered with a local fuel company to roll out a restocking and recapitalisation programme, which will see farmers getting heifers on loan basis to grow their herd. The Government is nursing CSC, which is poised for ...

'SEZ foreign investors to hold 100 pc shares' - Chronicle

THE Indigenisation and Economic Empower Act will not apply to investors in the Special Economic Zones, as Government bids to attract foreign investment and create more jobs, a senior official has said. This means that foreign investment, which Zimbabwe ...