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Nearly 4, 000 DHL Express employees in Sub-Saharan Africa recognized for their contributions

Nearly 4, 000 DHL Express employees in Sub-Saharan Africa recognized for their contributions

In a network business like DHL Express (www.dpDHL.com), it is imperative that a culture of motivation is inculcated among employees so they will deliver superior service to our customers. The annual DHL Employee Appreciation Week is one such employee engagement initiative. This year, this Africa-wide initiative was run in the month of June in over […]

Corrupt Mugabe must resign: Sipikita

Corrupt Mugabe must resign: Sipikita

It is not every day that an ordinary vendor gets to meet the head of Zimbabwe’s apex bank to complain about the crippling cash shortages. For 28-year-old Grievance Sipikita, Zimbabwe “is my country too” and there is no office that is too important not to be knocked at in his quest for answers. Sipikita wrote […]

WATCH: Zimbabwe traffic cops assault man at roadside in full view of motorists

WATCH: Zimbabwe traffic cops assault man at roadside in full view of motorists

A short video has emerged on social media of Zimbabwean traffic cops assaulting a man at the side of a busy suburban road. In the video, taken by a motorist waiting behind a truck which the officers appear to have jumped off, the man is dragged to the roadside by two of the policemen dressed […]

Zimbabwe men are cowards, they let Mugabe oppress Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe men are cowards, they let Mugabe oppress Zimbabwe

I do not believe Robert Mugabe is today’s Zimbabwean problem. Yes I said it! Robert Mugabe is not the major problem, but the Zimbabweans are, especially the men. You have allowed him to rule you, oppress you or whatever you call it. Part of me also think he wins the elections fairly. He has the […]

Congolese Threaten to Disrupt Zuma, Kabila Meeting in Pretoria

Congolese Threaten to Disrupt Zuma, Kabila Meeting in Pretoria

Members of the Congolese community in South Africa are threatening to disrupt a state visit by President Joseph Kabila because, they say, he is no longer legally in power in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Kabila is set to meet with President Jacob Zuma at the Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guest House in Pretoria on Sunday […]

Body parts in a bag… young Zimbabwean man found with human head, private parts

Body parts in a bag… young Zimbabwean man found with human head, private parts

A 22-YEAR-OLD man from Gwanda has been arrested after being found with a human head and male private parts. National police spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi confirmed the incident yesterday. Honest Moyo had allegedly packed the head and scrotum that had two testicles in a bag in a kitchen hut at his rural homestead of […]

Zimbabwe National Road Administration opens EcoCash toll payments

Zimbabwe National Road Administration opens EcoCash toll payments

MOTORISTS battling cash crisis can now pay toll fees using Ecocash following a partnership between mobile operator Econet and the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara). The new deal will see Ecocash registered customers linking their vehicles and EcoCash toll accounts to pay toll fees in advance. Econet Wireless says the partnership will ease the flow […]

South Africa’s Mining Minister Chased From Mining Meeting

South Africa’s Mining Minister Chased From Mining Meeting

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane had to be whisked away from an angry crowd closing in on him at a community meeting in Mpumalanga on Friday. “You cannot come to another man’s yard and do as you please,” shouted one man at Zwane as the meeting degenerated into people shouting and booing at the minister. […]

When is enough, enough?

When is enough, enough?

I thought it was time to conduct an audit of the activity of the State since Zanu PF won a majority in the 1980 elections and secured our full Independence from Britain in April 1980. Perhaps the first port of call should be the average quality of life of the people who live here. In […]

Zimbabwe’s 40 roadblocks countrywide does not make sense

Zimbabwe’s 40 roadblocks countrywide does not make sense

ALTHOUGH the government’s decision to re-look the issue of roadblocks, which has become a major concern to motorists and tourists because of their frequency, with a view to reducing the numbers was a welcome move, reducing them to just 40 countrywide does not make any sense at all. One is tempted to think that perhaps […]

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