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Highlanders Dominate Awards As Joel Ngodzo Is Voted Soccer Star Of The Year

Resurgent Bulawayo Giant Highlanders dominated this year’s edition of the Castle Lager Soccer Stars of the Year awards after three of their players scooped awards at a colorful ceremony held at a local hotel in the capital yesterday evening with their former son, Joel “Josta” Ngodzo, now at Caps United walking away with the grand prize. Highlanders shot stopper Ariel “Mangoyi” Sibanda, who has become a vital cog in the Bosso dressing room was voted Goalkeeper of the Year while their enterprising wing defender Andrew…

Gary Tight Heralds Bigbass Visuals Marathon

Rising contemporary musician, Gary Tight has partnered with budding record label Bigbass Entertainment on his latest project titled Kwandabva. Kwandabva which speaks into the singer's journey and past experiences that he believes are motivation enough for him to go past any new obstacles in life, is the record label's debut high-quality video. This is a move towards Bigbass' grand plan in which the record label will be releasing two videos from different artists across the local music arena on two weeks intervals…

Mthuli Explains Donor Support Figures Mismatch

Finance and Economic Development Minister, Mthuli Ncube has for the first time explained understated Chinese bilateral support figures in the 2020 National Budget statement presented over three weeks ago, citing differences in public finance accounting systems, 263Chat Business can report. In the presentation, the Finance minister had indicated that Zimbabwe received US$ 3.631.500 yet the Chinese Embassy refuted the figure instead pegging the figure at US$ 136.8 million. Since then, Ncube has been avoiding inquiries…

Amnesty International Secretary General Steps Down

It is with regret that Amnesty International can confirm that following medical advice, Kumi Naidoo, the organization’s Secretary General, has made the decision to step down from his position due to health-related reasons. His resignation has been accepted by the International Board and he handed over his responsibilities yesterday, 5th December. “I have long considered Amnesty International as one of humanity's most important global assets, and it is with a heavy heart that I have taken the decision to step down from my…

Crowd Funded Clinics Come To Mutare

MUTARE- Underprivileged residents aged below 10 and above 60 will receive free medical services for two days courtesy of The Citizwean Clinic, a crowd-funded initiative started by a Zimbabwean living in the United States. By Donald Nyarota The Citizwean Clinic, which opened its doors last month in Bulawayo, has already attended to hundreds of patients and Mutare residents will get their turn to receive free medication from 6 to 7 December in Chikanga. In Mutare,the Citizwean Clinic will be at Combined Healthcare…

Diaspora Initiative ZimThrive Announces Calendar Of Events

Diaspora enterprise, ZimThrive has announced key calendar events that will take place throughout the month of April 2020 in Zimbabwe. The month-long initiative, running under the theme Homecoming, will hold events in Harare, Bulawayo, Victoria Falls, Chimanimani, Nyanga and Kariba, among other destinations, from 1-30 April. The move is part of strategic efforts for the diaspora to collaborate with Zimbabwean artists, entertainers, businesses and community organisations, as well as to attract more tourists to the…

Man Smokes ‘Red Mercury’, Loses Black Skin Pigment

What was supposed to be a normal day with colleagues after a hard day at the brick moulding home industry in the back of a squatter settlement of Mt Hampden, turned horrific for Joshua Mutimbanyana after his cigarette was poisoned with a highly toxic substance believed to be "red mercury" by an unknown person three years ago. Mutimbanyana has since lost the black pigment of his skin and now resembles someone with albinism. The father of two,  recently sat down with 263Chat to narrate his ordeal, which he believes was…

NetOne Warms Up Shammah Children’s Home

Telecommunications giant, Netone recently spared a thought for the vulnerable children at Shammah Children’s home in Waterfalls by hosting a Christmas braai party and also donating goods to the institution which is home to 18 orphans. Amongst the donations were 10 bunk beds, blankets, Christmas presents which included an assortment of toys, food stuffs and 50 fruits trees planted at the home. The event saw the NetOne public relations department team also take part in a face-uplifting exercise of the home by painting…

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Crowd Funded Clinics Come To Mutare

MUTARE- Underprivileged residents aged below 10 and above 60 will receive free medical services for two days courtesy of The Citizwean Clinic, a crowd-funded initiative started by a Zimbabwean living in the United States. By Donald…
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