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Fletcher High School headmaster in $229k school bus scam

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Fletcher High School headmaster in Gweru is under fire from parents who accuse him of fraudulently procuring a second hand bus claiming it to be brand new.The bus was bought in 2012 at a cost of $208 ...

by Staff reporter

The Telecel saga - The problem of primitive accumulation in Zimbabwe

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Two stories in the last few days encapsulate the problem with the Zimbabwe Government's mismanagement of the economy and why, with this style of economic governance, the country cannot hope to get out...

by Alex T. Magaisa

Mukupe - Gumbo saga, ruling reserved

Published 0 sec ago | 407 Views
The electoral court will give its ruling over the fight to represent Zanu-PF in the forthcoming June 10 by-elections for the Harare East constituency in two days.The seat is hotly contested by Terrenc...

by Staff reporter

Temba Mliswa wins farm battle against Zanu-PF

Published 38 mins ago | 941 Views
The High Court has upheld an application by former legislator for Hurungwe West Temba Mliswa seeking the eviction of illegal occupiers of his Karoi Spring Farm, a restaurant, a service station and lo...

by Staff reporter

Xenophobia forces Malema to cancel Zimbabwe trip

Published 3 mins ago | 813 Views
Attacks on foreigners have cost another prominent South African a trip to a neighbouring African country.According to the M&G, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Malema's pla...

by Staff reporter

Telecel up to date with licence fee payments

Published 9 mins ago | 581 Views
Telecel Zimbabwe says it is up to date with payments for its operating licence despite the sentiments that it has not been compliant.Two months ago, Government cancelled an agreement with the firm whi...

by Rumbidzayi Zinyuke

I found myself thinking about Itai Dzamara

Published 7 mins ago | 573 Views
Today I found myself thinking about Itai Dzamara. We all have come to know him in the last few months as the journalist who went missing. He dared the system and sounded an alarm which was loud and c...

by Samantha Rutendo Sanangurai

Watch: Harare prostitutes charge $2 - $3 per session

Published 24 mins ago | 1498 Views
Zimbabwe's weak economy has resulted in women being forced to turn to prostitution to make ends meet for themselves and their children, often charging as little as $2 to $3 (R24 to R36) per session.ht...

by Youtube

President Mugabe was not cornered

Published 31 mins ago | 890 Views
The recent reports by the private media that President Jacob Zuma of South Africa and Botswana's Ian Khama are said to have clashed with President Robert Mugabe over xenophobia seem to be mere halluci...

by Stewart Murewa

Babe, don't go!

Published 1 hour ago | 952 Views
Telecel Zimbabwe still has an opportunity to keep its mobile-phone license after it was withdrawn by the industry regulator for a failure to comply with local ownership laws. ...

by Online

Boko Haram impregnates women, girls - report

Published 2 hours ago | 1096 Views
The United Nations says at least 214 young women and girls recently rescued from the camps of the Takfiri Boko Haram militants in north-eastern Nigeria are pregnant.The UN population fund-UNFPA execut...

by Press TV

Car hits fighting hookers!

Published 2 hours ago | 2127 Views
THE one woman had memeza, the other didn't and so a fight broke out.So furious was the fight that it took the women into the middle of the road and now the memeza won't help either of them.A magosha t...

by Daily Sun

Evil creature pokes mum and daughter

Published 2 hours ago | 1742 Views
IN THE beginning the creature only attacked the younger woman.But the randy creature wasn't satisfied with just one victim.Now both women are terrified of going to their own beds at night.Gogo Kasel N...

by Daily Sun

Zanu-PF exposes insincerity in the Land Reform process

Published 3 hours ago | 1071 Views
It is now emerging, rather crudely though, that the Zanu-PF chaotic land reform was never genuine nor about redressing past colonial imbalances, but a shameful vote buying, patronage jamboree meant ...

by Obert Gutu

Permits valid for one (1) year are a cheaper and accessible option in South Africa

Published 4 hours ago | 3881 Views
As ZSP Permits Forum, we have now shifted and directed some of our expertise into assisting especially illegal immigrants get temporary resident permits (TRP) valid for one year which are usually issu...

by Zim ID

Metbank behind Telecel Zimbabwe woes

Published 4 hours ago | 1991 Views
Metbank, formerly owned by banker Enock Kamushinda is behind Telecel Zimbabwe's licence woes, it has since come to light.In press release titled, "Clarifications on Telecel Zimbabwe Licence Payments",...

by Ndou Paul

Mzingwane High School rope in debt collectors

Published 5 hours ago | 1459 Views
Mzingwane High School is looking at engaging debt collectors to recover money that is owed by parents in school fees arrears.In an advert in the local newspapers yesterday, Mzingwane High School said ...

by Ndou Paul

Zanu-PF activist confident his party will win Bulawayo by-elections

Published 5 hours ago | 1066 Views
Zanu-PF youth member Fidelis Fengu has expressed confidence that this year the ruling party candidates who are contesting the Bulawayo by-elections will win for the first time after 15 year they hav...

by Stephen Jakes

Dual nationality is an irreversible side-effect of globalisation

Published 5 hours ago | 1611 Views
This writer was under the impression that the dual citizenship debate was now water under the bridge. How could it not be? First there is Chapter 3 in our Constitution, then there are the two cases of...

by Nick Mangwana

'Mugabe must go' graffiti, MDC-T councillor arrested

Published 6 hours ago | 2311 Views
GWERU Urban ward 11 councillor, Albert Chirau, was arrested last Friday on allegations of splashing anti-President Robert Mugabe graffiti at council buildings last week.Chirau was briefly detained and...

by Staff reporter

Khama Billiat gets Belgium, France offers

Published 7 hours ago | 2324 Views
KHAMA Billiat could be lost to South African football with France a possible destination for the Mamelodi Sundowns attacker.Sundowns have received numerous offers from Europe for the Zimbabwean, who h...

by KickOff.com

MDC-T rejects defection claims

Published 7 hours ago | 1289 Views
THE opposition MDC-T party has rejected claims of defections by its supporters to Zanu-PF.The opposition party described the state media reports as a "desperate but futile" attempt by the ruling party...

by Staff Reporter

Tsvangirai pressured to join Mujuru as deputy

Published 7 hours ago | 4112 Views
OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is reportedly grappling with a quandary after donors made clear he either joins up with former vice president Joice Mujuru or risk losing financial support.W...

by Staff Reporter

Latest on Miss Zimbabwe's leaked indecent pictures saga

Published 7 hours ago | 3638 Views
Miss World Zimbabwe Trust said they would not dethrone the newly crowned Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Kachote over mere allegations of leaked indecent pictures. Addressing a media conference at their off...

by Sophia Chese

Bosso coach's fate hangs in balance

Published 7 hours ago | 1791 Views
CRESTFALLEN Highlanders FC have little time to lick their wounds as they leave the city this morning headed for the capital to take on league debutants Flame Lily at Larfarge Stadium in a midweek fix...

by Sikhumbuzo Moyo

Kalanga exams for Grade 7s by year end

Published 7 hours ago | 1480 Views
EXAMINATIONS in the Kalanga language will be written for the first time this year by Grade Seven pupils under the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec).The language is widely spoken in Bulilim...

by Marvelous Moyo

Pair held for daylight gang rape

Published 8 hours ago | 2491 Views
TWO Bulawayo men allegedly kidnapped a 25-year-old woman from the city centre in broad daylight and drove off with her to Lobengula suburb where they gang-raped her.The woman endured a two hour ordeal...

by Nokusa Masuku

Mzembi sides with white farmer against Zanu-PF MP

Published 8 hours ago | 2141 Views
Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Walter Mzembi has been accused of siding with a white farmer in a land wrangle pitting Zanu-PF Matobo North MP Never Khanye and Dave Waddy.Khanye, who was iss...

by Auxilia Katongomara

Vimpelcom officials' jet in for talks over Telecel licence

Published 8 hours ago | 1347 Views
Global Telecoms Holdings and VimpelCom officials will meet Government today to find an amicable solution to the Telecel Zimbabwe licence debacle.Potraz last week granted Telecel Zimbabwe a special 30 ...

by Staff reporter

Dear Hon Lungisani Nleya (Bulilima West MP)

Published 8 hours ago | 1346 Views
Dear Hon Lungisani Nleya (Bulilima West MP)The constituency you represent is appalled by the remarks made by the leader of your political party who is also the president of the country; Robert Mugabe ...

by Artwell Ndlovu

Well done ZINARA on Harare International Airport Road

Published 9 hours ago | 1187 Views
The progress done so far on the construction of the Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Road, which leads to the Harare International Airport, is a classic example of contemporary development in the country. Zimbab...

by Suitable Kajau

Job Sikhala attacks Mandi Chimhene

Published 9 hours ago | 1986 Views
Senior MDC-T official Job Sikhala has attacked Manicaland Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Mandi Chimhene for claiming that she has taken former Headlands MP Didymas Mutasa's farm because he i...

by Stephen Jakes

Building uMthwakazi up, burying Zimbabwe's gukurahundism!

Published 8 hours ago | 933 Views
Today, Gukurahundi came as an attack on the Khalanga People! Just last week Saturday, we saw Gukurahundi come as a taunt and mocking of Mthwakazians, when we heard uMthwakazi being laughed at for app...

by Stellar Simbence

MDC-T members dispute defections of activist to Zanu-PF

Published 9 hours ago | 1085 Views
The MDC-T members have disputed claims by Zanu-PF that some of its members in Harare defected to the ruling party and demanded evidence that the so called MDC-T members were real card carrying members...

by Stephen Jakes

Kasukuwere described as 'dunderhead' over economic recovery claims

Published 9 hours ago | 1954 Views
Some social and political commentators have attacked Zanu PF political Commissar Saviour Kasukuwere for attacking MDC T leader Morgan Tsvangirai after he said his party was working hard to resolve the...

by Stephen Jakes

'Even the boom gates openers in Beitbridge are not locals' - Matabeleland People

Published 9 hours ago | 2312 Views
People from Matabeleland have accused the government of continuing to marginalise them in development and issues of employment indicating that even minial jobs which do not need any educational qualif...

by Stephen Jakes

Webster Shamu loses $30,000 in fuel scam

Published 9 hours ago | 1413 Views
Former Government minister Webster Shamu allegedly lost almost $30 000 to a former employee at his WEBCON High Glen Total Service Station. Willis Nyamusaduka (39) of No. 1994, Whitecliffe, Harare - w...

by Staff reporter

Mliswa linked headmen snub police

Published 9 hours ago | 1255 Views
The headmen that Temba Mliswa claimed were abducted for supporting his candidacy in the Hurungwe West by-election slated for June 10 are not co-operating with investigations, police said yesterday. P...

by Staff reporter

Nurse's strike intensifies

Published 9 hours ago | 1074 Views
The situation remained deplorable at major referral hospitals in and around Harare as nurses vowed to boycott night duties until their grievances are attended to. Reports also indicate that some dist...

by Staff reporter

PSMAS' members to pay cash at hospitals

Published 8 hours ago | 1240 Views
Premier Service Medical Aid Society members will now have to fork out cash when they visit service providers after the society instructed them to demand cash upfront as part of a strategy to avoid fur...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF activist fined for defying court order

Published 8 hours ago | 621 Views
A 46 year old Zanu-PF activist Clifford Hokonya last week appeared at the Mbare Magistrates' Court where he was slapped with a $100 fine after defying a court order. Hokonya was accused of scoffing at...

by Staff reporter

'Mugabe is now powerless'

Published 9 hours ago | 2906 Views
Former minister Didymus Mutasa says Zimbabwe has descended into "complete lawlessness" and that President Robert Mugabe is now increasingly powerless to do anything about it as the "corrupt vultures" ...

by Staff reporter

Dabengwa attacks Jonathan Moyo over tribalist Mugabe

Published 6 hours ago | 2770 Views
Zapu leader Dumiso Dabengwa yesterday attacked Information Jonathan Moyo for allegedly attempting to cover up and defend President Robert Mugabe's recent Kalanga tribal jibe. Information minister ...

by Staff reporter

Joshua Nkomo was Sotho and not Kalanga

Published 9 hours ago | 2626 Views
The family of the late Father Zimbabwe Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo yesterday called the NewsDay's bluff saying the veteran nationalist and national hero was a Sotho, contrary to falsehoods published in the p...

by Staff reporter

'Mliswa hallucinating spent force,' says Guzah

Published 9 hours ago | 906 Views
Keith Guzah the Zanu-PF Hurungwe West parliamentary candidate has branded his rival Temba Mliswa a "hallucinogenic spent force" who will dismally lose the June 10 by-elections. The backlash comes afte...

by Staff reporter

Kalanga slur: CSOs threaten to sue Mugabe

Published 6 hours ago | 1135 Views
Thirty four civil society organisations (CSOs) in Bulawayo yesterday threatened court action and mass protests against President Robert Mugabe following his disparaging and tribal remarks against Kal...

by Staff reporter

War vets, youths block Chimene from taking over Mutasa's farm

Published 9 hours ago | 2582 Views
AT least 30 Zanu-PF members sympathetic to the party's ousted former secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa yesterday camped at Mono Agro Farm in Rusape to block any attempts by Manicaland Provin...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF's Harare East fight rages on

Published 9 hours ago | 817 Views
High Court judge Justice Chinembiri Bhunu is today expected to give a determination in a political impasse between two Zanu-PF candidates Mavis Gumbo and Terrence Mukupe who are fighting to represent ...

by Staff reporter

Mujuru's tobacco rejected at Auction floor

Published 9 hours ago | 1950 Views
A consignment of bales from ousted former Vice President Joice Mujuru's Ruzambo Farm in Beatrice was last week allegedly rejected by a Harare tobacco auction floor under unclear circumstances. Mujuru ...

by Staff reporter

Mujuru allies regroup to form new political party

Published 9 hours ago | 2374 Views
Ousted and suspended Zanu-PF members have reportedly started reviving their disbanded structures and mobilising support in preparation for the launch of a new party which could be led by expelled form...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF fights hurting Zimbabwe brand, says Mzembi

Published 9 hours ago | 757 Views
Tourism minister Walter Mzembi has blamed Zanu-PF's endless internal fights and the country's perpetual election mode for negatively affecting efforts to market Zimbabwe as a safe investment and touri...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF candidates intensify campaigns

Published 9 hours ago | 577 Views
Zanu-PF candidates for the June 10 by-elections are intensifying their campaigns in the six constituencies in Harare to return to the ruling party the seats that were snatched by MDC-T in previous ele...

by Staff reporter

Mzembi cracks whip

Published 9 hours ago | 992 Views
The Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry has given the new Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) board the mandate to enforce performance-based contracts for senior managers and right-size the orga...

by Staff reporter

Sanctions bite IDC subsidiaries

Published 9 hours ago | 575 Views
Industrial Development Corporation subsidiaries Zimbabwe Phosphates and the Zimbabwe Fertiliser Company have had over $3,5 million intercepted because of the US sanctions imposed on the country.The am...

by Staff reporter

Sexually abused Girl-Child says: Zimbabwe neglected my childhood and Britain crushed my future dreams

Published 20 hours ago | 4049 Views
True story of Nozipho Godlwayo, Part one, - taken from the book: "Sweetmother" My name is Nozipho. I was born in 1989 in Nkayi District of Northern Matabeleland. We are three girls in the family. I...

by Nomazulu Thata

Why Black Men HATE Natural Hair - Video

Published 22 hours ago | 2708 Views
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by Staff Reporter

It's back to school once again

Published 22 hours ago | 1797 Views
It's back to school once again, and before boarding buses to various boarding schools, students today received stern last minute instructions from parents and guardians, who have sacrificed everything...

by Staff reporter

'Telecel could yet retain mobile license,' says Mandiwanzira

Published 22 hours ago | 3198 Views
Telecel Zimbabwe still has an opportunity to keep its mobile-phone license after it was withdrawn by the industry regulator for a failure to comply with local ownership laws.The company "has a window ...

by bloomberg

Excommunicate Mugabe - Catholic urged

Published 23 hours ago | 4285 Views
The Africa Union (AU) and Catholic Church should immediately disassociate and excommunicate President Mugabe over his reckless and misguided Kalanga statements, civic society has demanded.Speaking at ...

by Thobekile Zhou

Man (27) sleeps with cousin (15) because of her hips

Published 19 hours ago | 4938 Views
A Beitbridge taxi driver Nobert Chauke (27) is in trouble after he was arrested for sleeping with his minor cousin aged 15 but claims he was not aware she was under age as "she also had hips and loo...

by Court Reporter

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