Bogus travel agent in court over Euro 500 fraud

Vongai Huruva appeared before magistrate Dennis Mangosi on Wednesday and was granted US$100 bail while the matter was remanded to July 11.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jun. 13, 2024

Byo’s first Catholic bishop remembered

Among the guests was Michal Novak, second secretary of the embassy of the Czech Republic in Lusaka, Zambia.
By Vanessa Gonye Oct. 6, 2023

Biden to meet eastern flank NATO leaders amid Russia worries

President Joe Biden is wrapping up his whirlwind, four-day visit to Poland and Ukraine by reassuring eastern flank NATO allies that his administration is highly attuned to the looming threats.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

Nhamoinesu re-joins Czech giants Sparta Prague as a scout

The European club announced on Friday that the well-respected ex-Zimbabwe international, who became the first African to wear the captain’s armband at the club, would be returning to join their scouting department.

By The Independent Apr. 30, 2022

Nhamoinesu re-joins Czech giants Sparta Prague as a scout

The European club announced on Friday that the well-respected ex-Zimbabwe international, who became the first African to wear the captain’s armband at the club, would be returning to join their scouting department.

By The Independent Apr. 30, 2022

School of sport: When defeat means victory

Defeat and victory are often millimetres or moments apart, not to mention meanings apart. Sports writers love to refer to Pyrrhic victories of teams where the team may have won but they have done so at a huge cost, perhaps making the ordeal to win not worth it, being so-called after Pyrrhus, a king of Epirus defeated the Romans in 279 BC but lost many of his troops.

By The Independent Apr. 17, 2022

School of sport: When defeat means victory

Defeat and victory are often millimetres or moments apart, not to mention meanings apart. Sports writers love to refer to Pyrrhic victories of teams where the team may have won but they have done so at a huge cost, perhaps making the ordeal to win not worth it, being so-called after Pyrrhus, a king of Epirus defeated the Romans in 279 BC but lost many of his troops.

By The Independent Apr. 17, 2022