Monthly Archives: October 2017

Zimbabwe Cricket board praised by ex-minister

Sunday News By Mehluli Sibanda, Senior Sports Reporter 29th October 2017 FORMER Minister of Education, Sports, Arts and Culture, David Coltart has praised the Tavengwa Mukuhlani led Zimbabwe Cricket board for doing a superb job of turning around the fortunes of the sport in the country. Coltart, a personal friend of former ZC chairman, Wilson […]

Robert Mugabe’s twilight years – an interview on ABC radio

ABC 25th October 2017 Interview by Phillip Adams Pundits have been predicting Robert Mugabe’s death for years. At 93 Zimbabwe’s leader shows no signs of dying or leaving office, but meanwhile the battle over who will replace him pits his wife, Grace Mugabe, against his deputy, Emmerson Mnangagwa, the man they call ‘The Crocodile’. Neither […]

Zimbabwe’s Education Minister Dokora on new curriculum

Newsday Monday 16th October 2017 BY VANESSA GONYE PRIMARY and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora has courted controversy since 2013 when he took over from David Coltart, introducing a raft of changes within a short space of time much to the chagrin of parents and pupils, who felt he was on a mission to take […]

Biti’s PDP dismisses cabinet reshuffle

The Zimbabwean 10th October 2017 The People’s Democratic Party led by former finance minister Tendai Biti has dismissed President Robert Mugabe’s cabinet reshuffle, saying the nonagenarian seems to be “running around a roundabout that will take him to nowhere.” Mugabe on Monday announced a sudden reshuffle where he dropped three ministers and re-assigned 10 others […]