Disabled Students Receive Help From Young Women For ED

BY REX MPHISASIXTEEN students living with various disabilities and are boarders at Beitbridge Mission Primary School at the weekend received an assortment of groceries from Young Women For ED. Twelve of the students are male and the remainder female. Head of the school Monica Ndlovu said the donation will play a big role in appreciation of school for the kids whose attention in class will improve in full bellies. “Food is important to students and this donation will put our students at a level standing with those from home who…

Dulibadzimu United Regains Winning Formula

SPORTS REPORTER Dulibadzimu United FC (0)2 Loss Control 0 DULIBADZIMU United FC rediscovered its winning formula and sent Zvishavane side Loss Control packing in a match played on Saturday at the Mabhidhi Stadium in the outskirts of the border town. It was a match of two halves. The bad and the good. In the second part after the breather, when all hope seemed lost, and more than a dozen chances fluffed, adventurous Benedict Sithole went hunting. He got to the party and won his ball back in a tussle within…

Timely Boost For Dulibadzimu Utd

SPORTS REPORTERBEITBRIDGE’s Dulibadzimu United on Friday got a timely boost ahead of their league encounter when a local businessman contributed towards the team’s meals ahead of the “must win” game against Loss Control. Slotted for the lovely theatre of football, the Mabhidhi Stadium at 3pm, Stanley Ncube’s young lads want maximum points to keep alive a whole town’s dream of premiership soccer come next season. And Shandai Aggripa Chingwanga of Chingwanga Enterprises moved in and pledged all the meals for the boys in red and black. “It’s what I felt…

Businessman Donates to Dulibadzimo United

SPORTS WRITER BEITBRIDGE: DULIBADZIMO United F.C. on Thursday received a timely boost when Global Cargo representative Ernest Tazarurwa donated 10 soccer balls to the team. Five of the soccer balls were handed over to the team and the remainder will be delivered anytime this week. Tazarurwa himself a yesteryear soccer player who turns out for the border town social soccer outfit The Greats, said the donation was because it was his wish to see local football return to the dizzy heights of premiership. “I hope all business people in Beitbridge…

Five Polokwane Serial Rapist, Murderer Victims Identified

BY REX MPHISA POLICE in South Africa have through Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) identified the remaining five women allegedly slain by a Zimbabwean serial killer now known as “the notorious Polokwane serial killer. The accused, Prince Dube aged 34, was linked to the murders of seven women kidnapped or went missing in Seshego, Mankweng and Polokwane since August 2021. Dube of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, faces charges of murder, rape, kidnapping, robbery and defeating the ends of justice and five of his suspected victims had not been identified until the latest development. The…

Zimbabwe Finally Opens It’s Borders

BY REX MPHISAZIMBABWE on Tuesday opened it’s borders closed almost two years ago in a fight against COVID 19. Beitbridge residents welcomed the new development expected to uplift the economic statuses of residents of the town devoid of any formal industries. The Government cited a decline in the prevalence of the respiratory disease and how it managed the fourth wave which claimed far less deaths than had been expected. The decision to open was announced in a post cabinet press briefing, an address to journalists made soon after a Cabinet…

Genesis Sporting dresses Up Dulibadzimu United

BY REX MPHISA GENESIS Sporting, a new Zimbabwean sports kits maker, has supplied ZIFA Central Region Division One side Dulibadzimu United with sets of home and away kits in a new marketing strategy expected to be a win – win set up for both the club and the benefactor. The technical team has also benefitted from the deal which is a new approach in the development and promotion of lower division football long been abandoned by bodies running the country’s grassroots soccer development. Under the new arrangement the company expects…

More Virulent, Deadly HIV Discovered

PRESS STATEMENT Identification of fast-spreading HIV variant provides evidence of urgency to halt the pandemic and reach all with testing and treatment Around 10 million people living with HIV are still not on antiretroviral therapy. GENEVA, 7 February 2022—Newly published research from the Netherlands has revealed the existence of a more transmissible and damaging variant of HIV. People living with the newly revealed HIV subtype experience double the rate of immune system decline (CD4 count), have higher HIV viral loads (amount of virus in the blood) and are vulnerable to…

Government Gives Striking Teachers A Raise

Government has conceded to demands by striking educators by awarding them 20% salary increase, along with non monetary incentives. According to a government statement released late today, President Emerson Mnangagwa ‘directed that specific meaures’ be implemented in light of teachers’ demand. As a result, teachers have been awarded monetary benefits that include a 20% salary increase, USD$100 Covid allowance top-up an scalling of salaries according to seniority. The educators were also awarded with non monetary incentives such as payment of fees for for the teacher’s three biological children, pool transport,…

Bulawayo Chiefs FC Attract New Sponsor

Staff Reporter BULAWAYO based football team, Bulawayo Chiefs FC is basking in glory after attracting sponsorship from a leading sports bet company, MWOS. This comes barely a week after the ‘Ninjas’, as Bulawayo Chiefs are affectionately known, won the right to take over the defunct AmaZulu FC Sports Club in a tightly contested bid. Taking to their Social media page, the Ninjas said are ‘delighted’ to present the new kit. “Dear world. We are delighted to present to you our New Partners @_MWOS who join the Ninja family as Principal…