Articles tagged 'tsholotsho'

'Tsholotsho projects not Moyo's' 10 January 2018 BULAWAYO - Transport minister Joram Gumbo says the projects initiated by former legislator Jonathan Moyo in Tsholotsho were not his (Moyo) but government’s initiatives and as such they will be completed. Gumbo urged people in Tsholotsho to set aside their political differences and embrace deve...
Govt must probe Tsholotsho crash 7 December 2017 HARARE – This week Zimbabwe was plunged into mourning following the terrible accident at Jimila in Sipepa Area within Tsholotsho District, where 11 people died on the spot while 15 others passed on at Tsholotsho Hospital. The fact that the deceased — all from Matabeleland North malaria control...
21 perish in horror crash 4 December 2017 HARARE – Twenty-one officials from the ministry of Health and Child Care died on Saturday night when a truck they were travelling in overturned at a sharp curve in Jimila, Matabeleland North Province. Fifteen of the officials died on the spot while six others died on admission at Tsholotsho Di...
DeMbare stumble at home 19 October 2017 HARARE - Dynamos are fast running out of steam at a crucial stage of the season as they flattered to deceive following a disappointing draw against battling Tsholotsho yesterday to allow FC Platinum surge in front of them with a single point gap at the top of the table. The Harare giants at so...
Relegation battle hots up 17 October 2017 HARARE - While all the attention is pinned on an exciting race for the Castle Lager Premiership title, another interesting battle is also unfolding at the bottom half of the table where 10 teams are still not guaranteed topflight football next season. Bantu Rovers became the first team to be r...
Vengesai inspires City 4 September 2017 HARARE - Martin Vengesai netted a first half brace as Harare City bounced back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory over a battling Tsholotsho side in a Castle Lager Premiership match here on Saturday. The Sunshine Boys were, however, lucky to emerge victors and their coach Philani Ncube was the...
Yadah fans run amok 6 August 2017 HARARE - Yadah FC bouncers and supporters ruthlessly beat up Tsholotsho supporters during a Castle Lager Premiership match yesterday. With little goalmouth action on the field, Tsholotsho fans began to belt out crude songs insulting the Yadah FC owner Walter Magaya 10 minutes before the end of...
Rhinos back on top 10 July 2017 HARARE – Black Rhinos continued with their dominance in the first round of the Castle Lager Premiership when they beat strugglers Tsholotsho 3-0 to go back on the top of the log yesterday. A Martin Mine header put the hosts in front but they had to wait until the second half to seal their win....
Bantu, Tsholotsho share spoils 16 June 2017 HARARE – Struggling sides Bantu Rovers and Tsholotsho played to a one-all draw during yesterday’s Castle Lager Premiership match at Luveve Stadium. The match was evenly balanced and both team played their hearts out to try and avoid anchoring the bottom of the log. Bantu opened the scores 1...
Ntouba to miss Tsholotsho game 2 June 2017 HARARE - Dynamos will be without Cameroonian forward Christian Ntouba and midfielder Masimba Mambare for tomorrow's Castle Lager Premiership match against Tsholotsho because of injuries. Ntouba has won over the hard to please DeMbare fans by scoring crucial goals in recent matches but is strug...
Harare City register first win 7 May 2017 BEITBRIDGE - Harare City coach Mike Madzivanyika was left a relieved man after watching his side register their first win of the season by beating Tsholotsho in a Castle Lager Premiership match yesterday. Madzivanyika has been under increasing pressure having failed to pick up maximum points f...
Tsholotsho not panicking 6 May 2017 BULAWAYO - Despite having failed to win a single match in their opening six Castle Lager Premiership outings, Tsholotsho FC are confident they will not be involved in another relegation scrap this season. Iziqholo Zezhwane find themselves in 15th place on the 18-team log following four consecu...
Akbay backs misfiring Mutuma 26 April 2017 HARARE - Highlanders coach Erol Akbay has backed striker Roderick Mutuma to rediscover his scoring touch in today's Castle Premiership tie against Tsholotsho at Dulivhadzimu Stadium in Beitbridge. Mutuma is yet to hit the back of the net for Bosso in their opening three matches with pressure b...
Tsholotsho frustrate CAPS at home 24 April 2017 HARARE - CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe was left dissatisfied by his side’s failure to showcase their quality following a disappointing 1-1 draw against Tsholotsho in a Castle Lager Premiership match yesterday. The Green Machine, who were by far the better side, found themselves trailing Ts...
Govt raises $35m to fix roads 5 April 2017 HARARE - Government has raised $35 million to fix roads and bridges damaged by floods. Senior principal director in the Office of the President and Cabinet Ozias Hove said the funds were raised through the Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme. This comes after Local Government minister S...
Tsholotsho floods victims 'drown' in squalor 23 March 2017 HARARE - Tsholotsho villagers are living in squalor, weeks after their homes and belongings were destroyed by ravaging floods. According to World Vision, five people are sharing a single blanket at Sipepa Transit Camp, which houses about 1 265 victims, while averages of 18 people are squeezed ...
Zim ups flood aid appeal to $188m 21 March 2017 HARARE - The hard-pressed Zimbabwe government has revised upwards its floods relief appeal to $188 million from $100 million, as the situation of affected victims gets direr. While acting mpresident Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday made a plea for the extra $88 million, it was not immediately clea...
Army roped in to fix bridges 17 March 2017 HARARE - The Transport ministry has engaged the army to assist in the reconstruction of bridges washed away by rampaging floods, Parliament has been told. This comes as torrential rains have swept away five bridges along major highways across the country. The destroyed bridges include Nkank...
Spare a thought for flood victims 15 March 2017 HARARE - How Zanu PF functions and how it has remained in power even against glaring evidence of its incompetence really boggles the mind. Some can be forgiven for concluding that we have a leadership that we truly deserve, because we have been stuck with the same recycled deadwood for over 37...
Anger over Mugabe cyclone donations 14 March 2017 HARARE - There was much disappointment among many Zimbabweans when it emerged at the weekend that President Robert Mugabe had donated — of all things — biscuits and non-essential snacks to Cyclone Dineo victims in Tsholotsho who recently lost everything they had to floods. Mugabe's eye-brow ra...
Zanu PF stifles Khupe's aid efforts 7 March 2017 BULAWAYO - MDC deputy president Thokozani Khupe has expressed disgust at the frustrating moves made by government officials when she tried to donate to floods victims in Sipepa, Tsholothso. The former deputy premier said she was made to wait a long time, “pushed back and forth,” before she was...
Tsvangirai pleads for more floods aid 7 March 2017 HARARE - MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday appealed for more assistance from Zimbabweans in providing emergency relief to people affected by the country’s worst floods in decades. Government is struggling to raise needed funds to aid flood-affected regions after a disappointing response f...
Red Cross intervenes as floods affect livelihoods 7 March 2017 HARARE - Most rural families in Midlands, Masvingo and Matabeleland provinces have had their livelihoods seriously affected as they lost their goats, chicken and cattle due to heavy incessant rains induced by the Tropical depression Dineo. The ground is now saturated and can no longer absorb m...
Zim appeals for floods relief 3 March 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe said yesterday it was appealing for international assistance to help provide food, temporary shelter and clothing for more than 1 500 people affected by widespread flooding following weeks of heavy rains. Scores of people have died in the floods — declared a national disaster...
Tsholotsho flood victims in dire straits 1 March 2017 HARARE - Tsholotsho villagers urgently need to be relocated following downpours that have destroyed their homes, with more rain expected in coming days, a top Meteorological Services Department (MSD) official warned yesterday. This comes as about 800 villagers in Tsholotsho North have appealed...