Weevils, Gamatox Feud Spills Into Constitutional Court


Harare, – Lawyers and journalists were on Wednesday treated to lighter moments in the Constitutional Court after Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku made references to the offensive ZANU PF party slogans. “If More...

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‘Mugabe’s foul language demeans his office


CONSTITUTIONAL law expert Alex Magaisa has accused President Robert Mugabe of demeaning his office by using undignified language to scold his political foes knowing fully well More...

D-Day for Mutasa


THE Zanu PF politburo is today expected to decide the fate of former Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa following his fallout with top party leaders including President More...

Sikhala makes bizarre witchcraft claims


FIREBRAND MDC-T founding member and former St Marys MP Job Sikhala has sensationally claimed that people who tortured him during his incarceration as he faced treason charges More...


Mutasa survives Zanu PF axe

HARARE – Former Zanu PF secretary for Administration, Didymus Mutasa has survived expulsion from Zanu PF, as of now, and a committee has been set up to look into his issue. The More...

‘Bid to oust President suicidal’

Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo says it takes someone “suicidal” to seek to remove President Mugabe from power after his overwhelming More...

Wall Street Journal report ranks Zimbabwe among most repressed economies, notes marginal gains

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HARARE, – Zimbabwe is the most repressed economy in sub-Saharan Africa and in the bottom five worldwide – due to government More...

DPC to pay out $1,7mln to Trust Bank depositors


HARARE, – The Deposit Protection Corporation will pay out just over $1,7 million to depositors of the now defunct More...

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Political Dynasties Emerge In Zanu (PF)


A new political trend is emerging in Zanu PF since 2013 general elections. The party’s control and leadership More...

Bitter Harvest: The Great betrayal and the dreadful aftermath

THIS is the title of the last king of Rhodesia, the late Ian Smith’s autobiography first published in 1997 covering the..

It’s so cold outside Mugabe’s protection

This question must have occupied the minds of the late vice presidents Joshua Nkomo, Simon Muzenda, Joseph Msika, and John Nkomo...

IMF’s Lagarde warns African economies of headwinds from China, U.S


KIGALI (Reuters) – International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde has warned that African economies More...

Zambia’s new leader drops white VP

Lusaka – Zambia’s newly-elected President Edgar Lungu dropped vice president Guy Scott – who was briefly Africa’s only white leader –..

Ruling party candidate wins Zambian poll

Lusaka, Zambia – The candidate from the ruling Patriotic Front, Edgar Lungu, has won Zambia’s presidential election called after President Michael..

Bafana crash out of Afcon

afcon Johannesburg – South Africa were sent crashing out of the Africa Cup of Nations after relinquishing a one-goal lead for a..

Weevils, Gamatox Feud Spills Into Constitutional Court

court Harare, – Lawyers and journalists were on Wednesday treated to lighter moments in the Constitutional Court after Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku..

Fourth Zimbabwe student commits suicide in a week

A fourth student killed himself this week in Zimbabwe, it was reported Wednesday. Simba Makumbe, 18, was found hanging from a..

TelOne fibre optic project 60 percent complete – Mtasa

HARARE,– TelOne’s fibre optic project is now 60 percent complete, as the fixed telephone operator seeks to expand broadband connectivity and..

Zimbabwe: Making HIV an ‘undetectable’ virus

The latest generation of HIV medical technology is making breakthroughs in care for HIV-positive patients, and in containing the epidemic in..

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