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When juju rules football

4 October 2013 SUPERSTITION or Juju is common in sport. And football and its players are no exception to this rule. On Sunday the debate resurfaced after a black cat entered the field of play in a match pitting Harare City against Monomotapa

I resurrected 29 people, says Uebert Angel

27 September 2013 HE HAS private audiences with current and former heads of states including Nelson Mandela just before his recent discharge from hospital and he prophesied the deaths of Michael Jackson and former British Prime Minister Margaret 'Thatcher.

I know why Chiyangwa lost - Mugabe

20 September 2013 PHILLIP Chiyangwa is still clueless about how he lost the Chinhoyi legislative seat to medical doctor Peter Mataruse.

Prophets feast on witchcraft

13 September 2013 WHEN Maria Moyo, 30, and her aunt Chipo Chakaja, 26, allegedly had their supper in Gokwe Nembudziya at around 8pm on Tuesday, little did they know that they would wake up 442km away, naked, holding winnowing baskets and live owls among other paraphernalia.

Mugabe recycles deadwood

11 September 2013 PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday unveiled his Cabinet, 40 days after defeating former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai in a disputed election.

Baba Jukwa bounces back

6 September 2013 BABA Jukwa, a controversial faceless Facebook character who developed a cult following in the build-up to the July 31 polls before disappearing, has resurfaced.

Elite clubs, companies owe council $5m

30 August 2013 A GROUP of companies and elite social clubs owe the Harare City Council (HCC) about $5 million in unpaid rentals, and rates, in a development likely to worsen the cash-strapped authority's financial position.

MDC withdraws

18 August 2013 MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai has withdrawn his presidential petition, citing doubts on prospects of getting a fair court ruling after the Electoral Court reserved indefinitely his request to get poll material from the election body.

Mugabe's daughter Bona married

16 August 2013 SHE was one of the most "eligible bachelorettes", but forget about her - as she is taken.

Chinotimba's $10 000 rental debt

16 August 2013 NEWLY-ELECTED Buhera South Member of Parliament (MP) Joseph Chinotimba has fallen back on rental "arrears" for his council-owned Belvedere flat, although the foul-mouthed Zanu PF legislator has strongly rejected the claims.

Tsvangirai facing political oblivion

9 August 2013 THE whispers and the sniping have been around for years. He is "not clever" enough, he loves his golf too much and is brave, but not a strategist.

Tension as Mugabe wins

5 August 2013 PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, was yesterday declared winner of Zimbabwe's presidential election, but rival Morgan Tsvangirai said he would challenge the outcome in court and asked supporters to avoid violence.

Bleak future: No matter the result

3 August 2013 DESPITE the opposition's fighting talk - not real fighting, as that is a Zanu PF speciality - President Robert Mugabe looks like he is got this one in the bag, with the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) and African Union (AU) firmly in his corner.

'Mugabe unelectable'

26 July 2013 GIVEN his advanced age, extensive corruption by successive Zanu PF governments, poor economic stewardship, sorry state of other essential services and general despondency within the country, do Zimbabweans have any reason to retain President Robert Mugabe in power?

July 31: Mugabe vs Baba Jukwa, age...

26 July 2013 A MYSTERIOUS Facebook blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in President Robert Mugabe's party has become an unlikely election campaign star in Zimbabwe, attracting 275 000 online followers and the fury of the Zanu PF establishment.

Biti warns of chaotic polls

25 July 2013 PRIME Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC secretary general, Tendai Biti has warned Zimbabweans of an illegal election as exemplified by the chaos that stained the just ended special voting.

'You will lose to Mugabe without unity'

19 July 2013 HARARE - As Zimbabwe's on-again off-again coalition talks and momentum-saga continues, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and other forces opposed to President Robert Mugabe are unlikely to win against the Zanu PF strongman in a fragmented structure, analysts say.

Pioneer boss sucked into Bredenkamp $4m row

12 July 2013 ZIMBABWEAN transport baron and Pioneer Corporation Africa (Pioneer) owner Simon Rudland has been sucked into a $4,2 million debt wrangle between John Bredenkamp and Yakub Ibrahim Mohamed.