The year 2019 was filled with its own highs and lows, climaxes and anti-climaxes
Zim Morning Post captured some of the newsmakers and noisemakers as stated hereunder.
In the sports sphere, we cannot ignore Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarira.
Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarira
The Zimbabwean born Springboks player played a pivotal role in the South African rugby team’s triumph and he is definetly a newsmaker in 2019.
The pint sized Warriors star made a historic move to Aston Villa and has become the darling of English media where superlatives were thrown to describe him.
Nakamba has made headlines and his contribution in the national team colours is unmatched.
The tall Warriors skipper had a dismal performance at the Africa Cup of Nations where he was a big yawn.
He failed to score a single goal where his deft touches and magic were needed the most.
Felton Kamamambo and the trip of shame
The Zifa boss made headlines after abusing funds and allegedly taking his family to the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt and delaying to pay the Warriors.
His lieutenants also allegedly travelled with concubines at the expense of loyal fans.
In the political sphere, former cabinet minister Priscah Mupfumira made major headlines.
After coming from government business abroad, she was to be arrested immediately on her return.
Vice president Constantino Chiwenga ’s estranged wife Marry was arrested for attempted murder in a shocking development.
She is still languishing in remand prison and she has made a lot of noise in 2019.
The Botswana-based gospel musician was arguably the most sought after musician in 2019 where his songs became an ‘anthem’.
His arrogance has however been condemned by music lovers and his taste of shoes has been subject to ridicule.
Prophet Passion Java
The youthful prophet was the clown of the year after it emerged that the cars that he posted on social media where hired.
The Chitungwiza born clergyman made news when he ‘bought’ dancehall star Enzo Ishall.
Born Panganayi Java, the United States based prophet was definitely the ‘mampara’ of the year.