Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Hands off BAZ, Charamba tells Parliament

Thursday, 22 December 2011 00:00
Lloyd Gumbo Herald Reporter

PARLIAMENT has no mandate to discuss or question the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe as this is tantamount to interfering with the Executive, a senior Government official has said.
Secretary for Media, Information and Publicity Mr George Charamba yesterday said the only arms of Government with the mandate to discuss BAZ's actions were the Executive and the Judiciary.
He said Parliament's role ended with the nomination of board members.

We Can Make Highlanders Great Again

IF THE Highlanders Football Club stakeholders do not sit down to seriously discuss the club’s plight and come up with a viable business plan, then we are most likely going to see the inevitable deterioration of the team to an ordinary outfit. The worst case scenarios would be synonymous to the demise of Zimbabwe Saints or that of Kennedy Sibanda’s Eagles FC. I know it sounds farfetched but if Highlanders is left on its current path, then it is surely a plausible prediction.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Nation Must Act Decisively

By Peace Thabani,

WE HAVE just witnessed a national football disgrace. Influential and top officials at the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA), including the past chairman and the chief executive, have been working with an Asian betting syndicate to facilitate the Zimbabwe national team to lose games for payment.
Close to 100 players, coaches and journalists are reported to be involved and are reported to have all benefitted from the scandal. Not only did the arrangement make the purported national team lose several games, but it disintegrated the soccer administration and development structures. Read More...

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Friday, October 2, 2009

Summer Olympics 2016

Brazil Can Do It Too!!!!!!

"All those people who thought we had no ability to govern this country will now learn that we can host the Olympics."

"The Brazilian people are good, generous and the country deserves it."

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva