Fenerbahçe players walk out of Super Cup final after a minute of play as club calls for ‘reset of Turkish football’

  Turkish soccer club Fenerbahçe called for a “reset of Turkish football” before staging a walkout one minute into the Super Cup final against Galatasaray on Sunday, conceding the trophy.   Fenerbahçe fielded an Under-19 team and withdrew from the match after Galatasaray’s Argentine striker Mauro Icardi had scored.   In a lengthy statement issued […]

Read More

ZIMSWITCH announces new ZiG ZIPIT limits

In a move aimed at streamlining financial transactions in Zimbabwe, ZIMSWITCH, the national payments provider, has announced new limits for sending and receiving money using the ZIPIT platform. This comes after the recent introduction of the ZiG, the new Zimbabwean currency, replacing the inflation-battered ZWL. Let’s delve into what these new limits mean for you. […]

Read More

Three Countries Where Visitors Aren’t Typically Offered Food

In some cultures, such as those in Scandinavia, visitors are not typically offered food. Here are three countries where this custom is observed: 1. **The Netherlands**: The Dutch culture views serving food as a symbol of supremacy, which can lead to indebtedness and potential conflicts. To promote equity and reduce status-driven behaviors, they often do […]

Read More

‘Police Intensify Search for 18-Year-Old Suspected of Putting Viagra in Church’s Water Tank During Easter in Bulawayo’

Police in Mzilikazi are on a determined search for Tracy, an 18-year-old resident of Mzilikazi, Bulawayo. According to reports circulating online, she is believed to have tampered with the Church of International Disciples’ water tank at Thorngrove in Bulawayo during the Easter holidays, allegedly placing Viagra tablets inside.   The discovery of Viagra in the […]

Read More