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Tiger Woods survives scary collision with security guard

Forthewin In one of the strangest twists in recent Masters history, a member of the security staff slipped and collided with Tiger Woods while trying to contain the crowd midway through Woods’ round on Friday. Woods limped away from the incident – leaving fans fearing that he may have reinjured his knee or back –

EU gives Britain six-month delay to Brexit date

AFP European leaders agreed with Britain on Thursday to delay Brexit by up to six months, saving the continent from what could have been a chaotic no-deal departure at the end of the week. The deal struck during late night talks in Brussels means that, if London remains in the EU after May 22, British

Brexit: Theresa May to make plea for 30 June delay at EU summit

BBC EU leaders will meet at 17:00 BST for an emergency summit in Brussels to decide whether to offer the UK another delay to Brexit. Theresa May wants to postpone the UK’s exit beyond this Friday, until 30 June. But the EU is expected to offer a longer delay, after European Council President Donald Tusk

Hardlife Zvirekwi

Zvirekwi to get prosthetic hand

By Sports Reporter CAPS United player Hardlife Zvirekwi looks set to receive a prosthetic hand following the success of the 3D prosthetic hand printing trial which is being conducted by Nashua Zimbabwe in Harare. Zvirekwi had his left hand amputated from the wrist after being involved in a car crash in March last year. The

US ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols

US: Mnangagwa on the right path

By Paidashe Mandivengerei  THE United States government has this Wednesday, showered praises on the Zimbabwe administration for implementing reforms which benefit it’s nationals. US ambassador o Zimbabwe Brian Nichols told a local radio station that his country was ready to work with Zimbabwe and believes the nation’s future is bright. “Reforms government is pursuing is

The late South African Communist Party secretary General Chris Hani

South Africa remembers Chris Hani: “The President we never had”

TIMES LIVE SOUTH African Communist Party general secretary and liberation struggle icon Chris Hani has been remembered by many on social media who marked the 26 years since his death. Hani was assassinated at his home in Dawn Park, Johannesburg, on April 10 1993. His killers, right-wing politician Clive Derby-Lewis and Janusz Walus, were sentenced

Ethiopia crash victims’ DNA samples to be sent for London tests

Bloomberg News Ethiopia will send DNA samples taken from the victims of last month’s Boeing Co. 737 Max jet crash for identification tests in London. The remains of the 157 people who died are currently in a hospital in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopia capital, Musie Yehyies, the spokesman for the transport ministry, said in an

Aliko Dangote

Aliko Dangote withdrew $10m just to look at it

AFP Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, known as Africa’s richest man, told a forum in Ivory Coast on Saturday how he once took $10m in cash out of the bank just to look at it and get it into his head that this was real money, not just figures on paper. “When you’re young your first

Sudanese strongman Omar al Bashir

Sudanese protesters clash with security forces outside Bashir’s compound

KHARTOUM (Reuters) Thousands of Sudanese protesters clashed with security forces outside President Omar al-Bashir’s residence in central Khartoum on Saturday in what appeared to be the biggest demonstration in months of protests against his 30-year rule, witnesses said. Across the River Nile in Khartoum’s twin city of Omdurman, which also saw protests into the evening,

Rwandan President Paul Kagame

Rwanda remembers genocide horror 25 years on

BBC Commemorations have begun in Rwanda to mark the 25th anniversary of the genocide that killed about a tenth of the population. The country will mourn for 100 days, the time it took in 1994 for 800,000 Rwandans to be massacred. Most were minority Tutsis, killed by ethnic Hutu extremists. President Paul Kagame, who led

Plumes of smokes reportedly billowed from Hartzell High School in Manicaland after a freak fire broke out

Hartzell High School goes up in smoke?

By Staff Reporter SOCIAL media was Saturday, awash with pictures of a reported fire outbreak at Hartzell High School, on the north-eastern fringes of Mutare in Manicaland. Police provincial spokesperson Inspector Tavhiringwa Kakohwa said he would only be able to comment on Monday. Unconfirmed reports claimed property at Hartzell High School was destroyed by a

Fatou Bensouda

US revokes visa of International Criminal Court prosecutor    

BBC THE US has revoked the entry visa for the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Fatou Bensouda. The decision is thought to be the US response to Ms Bensouda’s investigation into possible war crimes by American forces and their allies in Afghanistan. The US secretary of state had warned the US might refuse

Suspended ZINARA boss’s contract to be terminated

Idah Mhetu SUSPENDED Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) boss Nancy Masiyiwa-Chamisa, who has been on suspension since June 2018, only learnt on ZBC news that the board was replacing her. According to a source, Masiyiwa-Chamisa only got to know about losing her job on ZBC news when the Zinara Board chairperson Engineer Michael Madanha announced

South African International Relations Minister

SA recalls ambassador to Israel, Sisulu call it ‘stage on’ in fall of relations

DAILY MAVERICK THE South African government has implemented what International Relations Minister Sisulu calls “stage one” of its programme of downgrading relations with Israel, by withdrawing its ambassador from Tel Aviv permanently. Minister of International Relations and Co-operation Lindiwe Sisulu announced this on Wednesday evening in an address to the South African Institute of International

Macauley Bonne

Bonne finally submits papers for passport, ready for Warriors

By Leopold Munhende ENGLAND based Warriors target Macauley Bonne has finally submitted his papers with authorities ahead of his acquiring a Zimbabwean passport paving the way for a first Warriors call-up. Bonne was pictured at Zimbabwe House in London with the country’s ambassador to the United Kingdom Christian Katsande Friday morning. National League club Leyton