JUNE 2016 REVIEW: Lumumba F-bombs Mugabe, Tsvangirai’s cancer announcement and Brexit
And then we got to May
Here is a review of May 2016 in the news (bold indicates link to original article)
NetOne announced its OneFusion product
A pastor in South Africa drowned and was eaten by crocs while trying to walk on water
We had a bit of a go at Vice President Mphoko over his stay at the Rainbow Towers
Former Chimanimani Arts Festival Steve Sparx passed away
Dynamos fans were killed in a tragic car accident.
The Harare Mayor came back to work and was suspended. And then the High Court nullified the suspension of Harare Mayor by the Local Government ministry
We had a chat with Adrian Ellis, the director of the Much Ado About Nothing show celebrating the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe reduced banking swiping charges to as little as 10c
Then there were those weirdos who were spreading images of abused children in social media
And then Gringo turned to gospel music. What was that about?
The African Union has said it has taken over the organising of future Africa Cup of Nations tournaments. For some reason noone has talked about that.
Stunner was in the news again, this time after bizarre car accident.
Tanzania’s saviour president John Magufuli’s new law resulted in the arrest of a man over an insult on WhatsApp
Brexit happened. Many pretend to be shocked but well, they lived on.
Popular comedian Babongile Sikhonjwa proposed to his partner Nanji Banda
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai announced that he was battling colon cancer
Former Nigerian captain and AFCON winning coach Stephen Keshi died
Collins Mukosi, the creator of the series Small House saga died