MAY 2016 REVIEW: Ruvheneko-Pastor Evan interview and Tapiwa Sachiti cancer fight and

And now May

Here is a review of May 2016 in the news (bold indicates link to original article)

We started off on Workers Day and why we felt disillusioned about it

The Kuwait trafficking victims got back home

Euphonik dropped those no-chill tweets on ex Bonang. We were gasping for air after that

Zimbabwe-linked Tendayi Darikwa’s Burnley were promoted to the Premier League. Meanwhile Leicester City were crowned champions

Afeni Shakur, Tupac’s mother passed away

Zimbabwe announced that it would introducing ‘bond notes‘ onto the market

Tapiwa Sachiti (left) with Larry Kwirirayi

Tapiwa Sachiti (left) with Larry Kwirirayi

Artists put together a concert in support of Tapiwa Sachiti a cancer patientShe would later be interviewed on ZiFM Stereo telling her story. You can listen to it here.

Egypt intelligence said Tom and Jerry were responsible for Middle East violence

Charles Manyuchi defeated Dmitry Mikhaylenko in a WBC Silver welterweight title fight at the DVIS Arena in Yekaterinberg, Russia. Here was his audio to us following his triumph.

We came across that awesome interpretation of Winky D’s Musarova Bigman  by Gemma Griffiths

Dynamos sacked Jorge Silva. His response was… interesting

The South Africa Broadcasting Corporation announced that it was targeting 90% local music content on its platforms

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Then there was THAT Pastor Evan Mawarire interview on ZiFM Stereo with Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa. He went on to talk to 702 Talk Radio.

We had a chat with Gugu Monalisa who got herself a kidney transplant thanks to a kind donor

Zimbabwe Cricket scorer Robina Muzungunzika passed away while giving birth.

Controversial politician Acie Lumumba quit Zanu PF

Zanu-PF staged a ‘million-man’ march in Harare

Power FM’s breakfast show went for a broadcasting record.

Harare’s adult entertainment venue Private Lounge opened up a spot in Bulawayo.

Zimbabwe axed Dav Whatmore as cricket coach and roped Tatenda Taibu as convenor of selectors and Lance Klusener as batting consultant. Makhaya Ntini was asked to act as head coach

Zimbabwe international star Khama Billiat was crowned king of the ABSA PSL