Brave new world for politics

By Bill Saidi HARARE - You may find this hard to believe. But there are radical young people around us who are now so anxious for REAL political change they are willing to try anything revolutionary. I gathered from a very reliable source near the initiators of the project

Caf approves new Afcon qualifiers format

By Wenceslaus Murape Ngqabutho Moyo Sports Reporter THE Confederation of African Football (Caf) has approved the qualifying format for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations finals. Hosts will be included in the preliminary stages of the tournament.Caf are expected to name the host country for the event on April 8. The

Cops nabbed for raping suspect

By Wenceslaus Murape Pamela Shumba Senior Reporter TWO police officers based at Cowdray Park police base have been arrested for allegedly raping a 19-year-old theft suspect. Constable Norman Njaya was arrested on Sunday, while his colleauge Constable Constantine Musetwa was arrested on the following day after they allegedly took

Time up for Zifa board

By Musah Gwaunza Deputy Minister Kanengoni-MalingaZvamaida Murwira Senior ReporterGOVERNMENT has cranked up pressure on the embattled ZIFA board after Sport, Arts and Culture Deputy Minister Tabitha Kanengoni-Malinga told Parliament yesterday that Zimbabwe was ready to bear the cost of a possible suspension from fifa to clean up the