Zimbos edgy over delayed Zep waivers

The South African government has relaxed some of its requirements for Zimbabweans to stay but many are struggling through the process.
By Ewn.co.za Jun. 5, 2023

Tsvangirai’s bulletproof car gathers dust in police custody

The vehicle was donated to Tsvangirai by his South African friend Adrian Espag for use as he toured the country to drum up support ahead of the 2008 presidential poll.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 5, 2023

When a nation allows its former oppressors to draft its laws

In this instalment, the focus is on the justice and legal system in South Africa.
By Tapiwa Gomo May. 29, 2023

Inside sport: Fans are coming back but…

Although most of the clubs in the Premiership now have sound sponsorship, that sponsorship does not cover winning bonuses which should be derived from gate takings.
By Michael Kariati May. 28, 2023

SABC airs Chamisa documentary

In 2018, Chamisa contested the presidential elections as leader of the MDC Alliance party.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 24, 2023

Pfumbidzai bids farewell to Chippa United

Pfumbidzai leaves the Chilli Boys after helping them preserve their premiership status following a season filled with many ups and downs.
By Terry Madyauta May. 22, 2023

SA defends spelling on banknotes amid complaints

The bank said the Pan South African Language Board was the “statutory authority on [language] matters” and had approved the spelling on the 100 rand banknote.
By Bbc News May. 11, 2023

Schietekat revels in FBC Zim Open win

In the end, Schietekat settled for a tournament total of 11 under par 277. He said he had to draw from his experience as a former winner on tour during his back nine struggles.
By Daniel Nhakaniso May. 8, 2023

FBC Zim Open: Schietekat takes seven shot lead into final round

Schietekat’s bogey-free round moved him to an impressive 54-hole total of 14-under-par 202.
By Daniel Nhakaniso May. 7, 2023