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Coalition talks divide MDC-T

Published 2 hours ago | 924 Views
MDC-T executive members are allegedly against leader Tsvangirai's idea of a grand coalition with other pro democracy groups despite his claims that the party has endorsed the idea. MDC-T local governm...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa addresses empty stadium

Published 2 hours ago | 1588 Views
VP Mnangagwa yesterday was forced to address an almost empty stadium when Zimbabwean workers and vendors boycotted a government organized Workers Day celebrations. In his address to less than 1 000 pe...

by Staff reporter

Tshinga Dube at war with personal assistant

Published 2 hours ago | 797 Views
MAKOKOBA legislator Tshinga Dube (Zanu-PF) is embroiled in a nasty fight with his former personal assistant Nothiwani Dlodlo, accusing him of extortion. Dube alleges Dlodlo has been "begging" for mone...

by Staff reporter

ZimPF targets Zanu-PF strong holds

Published 2 hours ago | 570 Views
Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) Chitungwiza co-ordinator Marakia Bomani, has said his party was targeting Zanu-PF strongholds in rural areas as urban voters had already rejected the ruling party since 2...

by Staff reporter

Tsvangirai dumps big brother mentality

Published 2 hours ago | 737 Views
MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, has pledged not to "play big brother" as he joins other opposition parties in coalition talks aimed at dislodging President Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF in the 2018 elect...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF orders lockdown on vendors

Published 2 hours ago | 636 Views
The ruling Zanu-PF party ordered a shutdown of all vending sites and small-scale businesses in Harare today as it seeks to commandeer residents to belated May Day celebrations, where Vice-President Em...

by Staff reporter

Zimra garnishes Zanu-PF activist Lumumba bank account

Published 2 hours ago | 406 Views
Trouble continues to haunt Zanu-PF activist Acie Lumumba after his company's business account was garnished by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) over non- payment of taxes since 2010. In a letter...

by Staff reporter

Utilize polluted Khami Dam water - Mphoko

Published 2 hours ago | 442 Views
Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko wants Bulawayo to make full use of dirty water at Khami Dam.About 3,5 million litres of water has been lying idle for more than 20 years.Mphoko toured the dam on Mond...

by Staff Reporter

$2,5m Shurugwi mall construction begins

Published 2 hours ago | 206 Views
Construction of a $2,5 million Shurugwi Town mall will commence soon after a false start last year due to funding constraints. Initial plans were halted after the contractor, Inducto-Serve Constructio...

by Staff reporter

SA firms urged to invest in Zimbabwe

Published 2 hours ago | 192 Views
THE government wants South African companies exporting to Zimbabwe to also bring investment into local industry in order to create jobs and improve the tight liquidity situation in the country. Deputy...

by Business Reporter

Cop defrauds state $3,000

Published 2 hours ago | 413 Views
A GWANDA police officer has appeared in court facing three counts of fraud after embezzling almost $3,000 in state funds. Godknows Mpofu 29, pleaded with Magistrate Tinashe Tashaya to grant him bail. ...

by Noleen Makhurane

$250 fine for unlicensed negligent driver

Published 2 hours ago | 373 Views
A 30-YEAR-OLD unlicensed driver from Gweru has been fined $250 for negligent driving and driving without a licence after he caused an accident that left his passenger with some injuries. Webster Tshum...

by Elizabeth Tsuro

Villagers repair damaged school

Published 2 hours ago | 219 Views
SIZINDA villagers just outside Victoria Falls town have taken it upon themselves to repair a school that was destroyed by heavy rains last year. Sizinda Secondary School in Hwange West was destroyed b...

by Leonard Ncube

13 years for indecent assault over $1

Published 2 hours ago | 340 Views
A 48-YEAR-OLD Inyathi security guard has been jailed for indecently assaulting a form three pupil whom he accused of attempting to extort US$1 from him. Collen Mpofu will serve 13 effective years in j...

by Thandeka Moyo

Lawyer takes cops to court for impounding car over $10 fine

Published 2 hours ago | 517 Views
A CITY lawyer has taken police to court for impounding his car after he failed to pay a $10 spot fine for not possessing a car radio licence. Tawanda Tavengwa, a lawyer at Mutuso, Taruvinga and Mhirib...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Chivayo at it again, takes Musona and Nhamoinesu on a shopping spree in Paris

Published 2 hours ago | 847 Views
Flamboyant Harare businessman  Wicknell Chivayo on Monday flew Knowledge Musona and Costa Nhamoinesu to Paris for a shopping spree said to be ‘part of package of incentives to inspire them for ...

by Staff Reporter

Plans underway to harvest Khami Dam water

Published 2 hours ago | 226 Views
THE government is exploring ways of fully harnessing about 3,5 million litres of water at Khami Dam, which has been lying idle for more than 20 years, Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko has said. Speak...

by Mashudu Netsianda

New building society on cards

Published 2 hours ago | 257 Views
THE government will this year launch a national building society to cater for low income earners who cannot afford the high interest rates on loans and mortgages being charged by financial institution...

by Lloyd Gumbo

Cash crisis erode public confidence in the banking sector

Published 2 hours ago | 234 Views
THE crippling cash crisis has potential of eroding public confidence in the banking system, MMC Capital has said.In the past two months clients have been restricted to withdrawing $200 daily.MMC Capit...

by Staff Reporter

Boarding schools turn away pupils

Published 2 hours ago | 389 Views
BOARDING schools in Matabeleland region were yesterday turning away pupils for non-payment of fees ahead of today's opening of the second school term. Primary and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus ...

by Noleen Makhurane

'No civil servant shall be laid off'

Published 2 hours ago | 235 Views
PUBLIC Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira yesterday assured workers that no employees will be laid off as the government rationalises the country's public service establishme...

by Paidamoyo Chipunza

Cop cause fatal accident while demanding $2 bribe

Published 2 hours ago | 536 Views
A Bulawayo police officer allegedly caused an accident that killed one person while he and another passenger were hospitalised. Talent Masango, 22, from Mpopoma suburb died on the spot on Sunday after...

by Thandeka Moyo

Woman kills hubby for adultery

Published 2 hours ago | 443 Views
A BULAWAYO woman who knifed her "adulterous" husband in cold blood after she allegedly overheard him telling his mother that he had sired a child out of wedlock has been jailed for an effective 17 yea...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Pupils cheat death as school bus burns

Published 2 hours ago | 345 Views
MORE than 70 pupils at Regina Mundi High School in Lupane escaped unhurt when a Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO) bus they were travelling on caught fire due to a suspected mechanical fault ne...

by Mashudu Netsianda

IMF to consider Zimbabwe progress report

Published 2 hours ago | 181 Views
ZIMBABWE expects to take its re-engagement with multilateral institutions to the next stage as the International Monetary Fund board considers a report on the progress the country has made in terms of...

by Conrad Mwanawashe

Debt collector pockets $68 000

Published 2 hours ago | 325 Views
A DEBT collector with the National Employment Council for Welfare and Education Institutions yesterday appeared in court for converting $68 286 to his personal use.Joseph Malachi Kudiwa (34) was facin...

by Prosper Dembedza

Air Zimbabwe to introduce Harare-Tanzania flight

Published 2 hours ago | 220 Views
THE national airline, Air Zimbabwe will next week re-introduce flights between Harare and the Tanzanian capital, Dar-es-Salaam.The airline will be flying to Dar-es-Salaam twice weekly on Tuesdays and ...

by Staff reporter

Dembare in dilemma over Silva

Published 2 hours ago | 399 Views
HARARE giants Dynamos appear to be in a dilemma as they apparently are not sure with what to do with Portuguese coach Paulo Jorge Silva, who has fallen short of his target after he was handed a three-...

by Eddie Chikamhi

Macheso relishes SA tour

Published 2 hours ago | 225 Views
"We have performed in South Africa before, but this time we had an overwhelming support," said Alick Macheso as he relished his South Africa tour that took place over the weekend.Speaking from South A...

by Tawanda Marwizi

Transformer crisis hits Zesa

Published 2 hours ago | 268 Views
ZESA needs about 3 000 transformers to provide power to thousands of homes throughout the country, parliamentarians heard last week. Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company managing...

by Lloyd Gumbo

Mphoko mourns Muchena

Published 2 hours ago | 548 Views
VICE PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday consoled the family of the late Zanu-PF National Consultative Assembly member, Phineas Pondai Muchena, in Bulawayo. Muchena, who died on Friday last week fo...

by Staff reporter

Govt addressing liquidity crunch, says Mnangagwa

Published 2 hours ago | 213 Views
GOVERNMENT is working to address the liquidity crunch that has seen most banks reducing maximum withdrawals to about $200 per day while others have stopped loading money into Automated Teller Machines...

by Lloyd Gumbo and Brenda Ziga

Confusion over National Pledge in Bulawayo school

Published 2 hours ago | 1173 Views
Widespread confusion has been reported in most schools in Bulawayo over the National Pledge issue. All pupils are expected to recite the pledge before commencing classes.However, this has caused ...

by Thobekile Zhou

Dokora must resign, he declared war in schools and churches

Published 3 hours ago | 1106 Views
What's we see now happening in Zimbabwe schools and churches shows that the regime is failing and Zimbabwe will be worse than Sodom and Gomora. How can people be forced to follow a certain religion? I...

by Sikhumbuzo Moyo

Who is NSSA really benefiting - contributors or the government?

Published 3 hours ago | 495 Views
As Zimbabwe continues to spiral out of control in an economic vortex - sinking deeper into an abyss - numerous employees are getting laid off from companies without any terminal benefits, becoming mor...

by Tendai Ruben Mbofana

Week Four PSL round up - Teams struggle for goals

Published 4 hours ago | 849 Views
The Castle Lager Premier league rounded off its fourth week on Monday setting a new season low goal record. Goals continue dropping with each passing week. Just 15 goals where scored on week...

by Thobekile Zhou

Boarding schools free to chase away non paid up pupils - Dokora

Published 5 hours ago | 1067 Views
Primary and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus Dokora reportedly told the Zimbabwe Teachers' Association annual conference  in Victoria Falls last week that boarding schools can bar pupils from...

by Staff Reporter

Dont expell war vets kids for non fees payment - Tshinga Dube

Published 5 hours ago | 1008 Views
Welfare Services for War Veterans, War Collaborators, Ex-Political Detainees and Restrictees Minister Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube has begged schools not to kick out war veterans' children for non pay...

by Staff Reporter

Popular Zola 7 haunted by demons

Published 5 hours ago | 1373 Views
KWAITO star and actor, Zola 7, is haunted by demons that he claim comes from friends of the star.Daily Sun reported that they allege “Zola 7”, real name Bonginkosi Dlamini, is scared to sleep at h...

by Staff Reporter

Woman stabs lover top death

Published 5 hours ago | 1030 Views
A woman who allegedly stabbed her lover to death following an argument will appear in the Chatsworth Magistrate's Court tomorrow, KwaZulu-Natal police have confirmed.Daily Sun reported that the 41-yea...

by Staff Reporter

Edgars, Power Sales accused of importing cheap clothes

Published 5 hours ago | 1260 Views
Clothing retail players have accused Edgars and Power Sales outlets of importing cheap products.The sector is lobbying Government to impose a ban on finished clothes, saying the influx of imports, mai...

by Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe Communist Group joins workers on May day celebrations

Published 5 hours ago | 252 Views
The Zimbabwe Communist Group has joined millions of the working people and the working class across the globe in commemorating this historic day in a  struggle for socialism.May Day 2016 is histo...

by Stephen Jakes

Many leaders from Matabeleland can not stand for their people fearing losing bread

Published 5 hours ago | 616 Views
Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Foundation official Mehluli Moyo has said it was sad that most of the leader in government from Matabeleland region no longer stand for the interest of their people but are concer...

by Stephen Jakes

No retrenchments for civil servants - Govt

Published 5 hours ago | 649 Views
Civil servants have been assured that they will not be retrenched, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira has said.This is despite Government move to rationalises the coun...

by Staff Reporter

President Mbeki 'blocked' the holding of free elections in Zimbabwe in 2002, say senior US Official

Published 5 hours ago | 1053 Views
A senior US government official, Ambassador Bellamy, admits that Mugabe reign of terror could have been ended as far back as 2002 is SA had not undermined the international community's efforts to do s...

by Wilbert Mukori

ZEC commissioner Moyo lambasted over national pledge remarks

Published 5 hours ago | 833 Views
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commissioner Moyo Qhubani has come under fire after he posted on Facebook saying he does not see anything wrong about the national pledge.Moyo had posted that he sees nothing wr...

by Stephen Jakes

Pregnant woman raped

Published 5 hours ago | 1074 Views
THE six-month pregnant woman was walking to work when she saw a man walking behind her.The 23-year-old woman thought the man was also on his way to work.But she was wrong.He caught up with her and rap...

by Staff Reporter

Harare acting Mayor Mbanga's character reflect badly on Tsvangirai leadership- analyst

Published 5 hours ago | 484 Views
Political analyst Pedzisai Ruhanya has said the character of the current Acting mayor of Harare Chris Mbanga who was appointed after the suspension of Bernard Manyenyeni reflects badly of the leadersh...

by Stephen Jakes

PDP hails CSOs, churches and individuals for ganging up against national pledge

Published 5 hours ago | 561 Views
People's Democratic Party has commended civic organisation, churches and individuals for ganging up against government over the imposed national pledge.PDP Bulawayo spokesperson Fortune Mlalazi said t...

by Stephen Jakes

Zanu PF, MDC-T youth clash at rally venue

Published 5 hours ago | 886 Views
Zanu PF and MDC-T youth in Seke reportedly clashed after the ruling party youth planned to disrupt a rally which was supposed to be addressed by MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai.A recent report by the Z...

by Stephen Jakes

Zanu PF youths toyi toyi to block ZimPF rally in Bindura

Published 5 hours ago | 944 Views
Zanu PF youth in Bindura reportedly toyi toyed in Bindura North targeting top of the range vehicles after they heard former Vice President Joice Mujuru  the leader of the ZimPF was going to addre...

by Stephen Jakes

Brave pupils on the roof of burning bus, save luggages - Photo

Published 17 hours ago | 6758 Views
The photo above shows brave Regina Mundi pupils on top of a burning bus trying to save their luggages. The ZUPCO bus they were travelling on went up in flames on Monday afternoon along Nyamayendl...

by Staff Reporter

Drought forces Parks to sale live animals

Published 19 hours ago | 2007 Views
Parks and Wildlife Management is selling wild animals in its parks due to drought. Parks officials say the development is aimed at de-stocking. The sale is open to any Zimbabwean with capacity to take...

by Staff Reporter

Zupco bus with Regina Mundi pupils catch fire

Published 20 hours ago | 12900 Views
The Zimbabwe United Passangers Company known with the acronym ZUPCO (in picture) went in up in flames this afternoon along Nyamayendlovu road.The bus was carrying school children travelling to Regin...

by Thobekile Zhou

Zapu Europe chooses a new PEC

Published 21 hours ago | 2083 Views
On Saturday 30 April 2016, Zapu Europe chose its new provincial executive committee (PEC). Arthur Molife was given a clear mandate to lead this PEC after fighting a strong and spirited challenge from ...

by Thulani Nkala

Makhokhoba man hangs self

Published 21 hours ago | 6069 Views
A man from Bulawayo's ghetto suburb of Makhokhoba was today found hanging dead from a tree in a suspected case of suicide. In pictures: Bemused residents stampede to catch a glimpse of the deceas...

by Staff Reporter

CAPS United post first league win over Dynamos in 7 years

Published 24 hours ago | 1544 Views
Dynamos 0 - 1 CAPS United CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe turned back the hands of time at Rufaro yesterday and hinted the Green Machine Class of 2016 could be on their way to greatness after they e...

by Eddie Chikamhi

Chiyangwa calls for Silva's axing from Dembare

Published 24 hours ago | 3481 Views
ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa has, once again, questioned the credentials of Paulo Jorge Silva and believes the Portuguese gaffer — who became the first DeMbare coach to lose the Harare Derby in s...

by Sports Reporter

Woman drags 2 men to court over child upkeep

Published 24 hours ago | 3065 Views
A Harare woman is claiming maintenance from two men with whom she sired several children.Alice Mbiriri is claiming $150 per month from Joseph Mubaiwa for the upkeep of their three children.The other m...

by Tedious Manyepo

Teen shoots self in head taking selfie with gun

Published 24 hours ago | 2135 Views
New Delhi - An Indian teenager accidentally shot himself in the head with his father's gun while trying to take a "selfie" photograph, police said yesterday, the latest in a series of such accidents. ...

by AFP

Woman cuts baby from stranger's womb

Published 24 hours ago | 2220 Views
Boulder - A judge on Friday sentenced a Colorado woman who cut a baby from a stranger's womb to 100 years in prison, including the maximum penalties for attempted murder and unlawful termination of a ...

by AFP

Malema vows to seize white-owned land

Published 24 hours ago | 2128 Views
The leader of South Africa's opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party has launched his party's campaign for the upcoming local elections, promising to rescue citizens from poverty, unemploymen...

by Sapa

Maita crowned Miss Africa Zimbabwe

Published 24 hours ago | 1171 Views
Harare beauty, Maita Kainga was crowned Miss Africa Zimbabwe last Friday thereby automatically securing a spot for herself at the Miss Africa contest. The 22-year-old who is no new face in pageantry s...

by Bongani Ndlovu

Businessman fails to pay maintenance

Published 24 hours ago | 1530 Views
A BULAWAYO businessman has been arrested for failing to pay maintenance for the upkeep of his two children.Pryford Sibanda appeared before magistrate Tinashe Tashaya facing contempt of court charges e...

by Court Reporter

Teachers register long overdue

Published 24 hours ago | 1582 Views
PRIMARY and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus Dokora has challenged teachers to start consultations towards the establishment of the Teaching Profession Council (TPC) that will regulate the field. ...

by Leonard Ncube

Man caught with pangolin skin

Published 24 hours ago | 997 Views
A 32-YEAR-OLD man from Gokwe has been arrested for possessing a pangolin skin. Fanuel Muleya from Mbhobho Village under Chief Negandi in Gokwe, appeared before Gokwe Magistrate Sithabile Zungula facin...

by Elizabeth Tsuro

Council to repossess undeveloped stands

Published 24 hours ago | 1193 Views
MASVINGO residents whose stands have remained undeveloped for the past 10 years risk losing them following a council resolution to repossess the stands. According to the latest minutes of the public w...

by Walter Mswazie

Gwanda gets $300k for roads rehab

Published 24 hours ago | 681 Views
GWANDA Municipality has been allocated $300,000 by the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) for the rehabilitation of the town's roads. The money was released after the local authority was ...

by Richard Muponde

13 years for schoolgirl rape

Published 24 hours ago | 1149 Views
A 23-YEAR-OLD Silobela man has been slapped with a 13-year jail term for raping and impregnating a 14-year-old school girl. Lungisani Moyo of Mvangeli Village under Chief Malisa who pleaded not guilty...

by Patience Mutsiwi

'Apex council a toothless bulldog'

Published 24 hours ago | 764 Views
THE Zimbabwe Teachers' Association (Zimta) has said the Apex Council, a body that represents all civil servants, is now a toothless bulldog that is short-changing civil servants. Zimta held its 35th a...

by Leonard Ncube

First Oil directors flee

Published 24 hours ago | 1378 Views
The two First Oil Company (Private) Limited directors who are wanted on allegations of obstructing the course of justice after they allegedly connived with CMED (Pvt) Ltd managing director, Davison Mh...

by Freeman Razemba

HIV saves robber from life sentence

Published 24 hours ago | 1300 Views
In a land mark case, HIV status spared an armed robber life sentence after the High Court condemned the man to 25 years in jail for killing a Kuwadzana resident during a robbery. Justice Joseph Musakw...

by Staff reporter

Chief Ndiweni, police clash

Published 24 hours ago | 1798 Views
CHIEF Ndiweni has petitioned police Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri following a fresh confrontation with police in Ntabazinduna after they shut down a vocational training centre opened at one o...

by Nqobile Tshili

Churches defiant on national pledge

Published 24 hours ago | 1239 Views
CHURCHES said yesterday that the national pledge will not be recited at their schools when schools open for the second term tomorrow. Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku last Thursday dismissed the Zimb...

by Pamela Shumba/Auxilia Katongomara

$5 million for fired workers

Published 24 hours ago | 1022 Views
The government has availed $5 million to be disbursed to workers whose employment contracts were terminated on three months' notice, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira...

by Pamela Shumba

Kombi driver jailed for 6 years

Published 24 hours ago | 1212 Views
A 27-year-old kombi driver from Gokwe has been sentenced to six years in jail for stealing a police officer's vehicle that he later sold.Erick Chinyaure from Gandiwa Village under Chief Nemangwe plead...

by Staff reporter

2 firms removed from Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

Published 24 hours ago | 1284 Views
TWO companies were last week removed from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange leaving the number of counters on the bourse at 62.Pelhams Limited and Radar were both removed from the stock exchange with effect...

by Business Reporter

Residents slam MDC-T councillors

Published 24 hours ago | 814 Views
Harare residents have slammed MDC-T councillors for blocking a forensic audit at Harare City Council-owned firms and joint ventures saying ratepayers need to know how their finances were being managed...

by Staff Reporter

Chimene dismisses violence claims

Published 24 hours ago | 734 Views
Provincial Affairs Minister for Manicaland Province Mandi Chimene last week dismissed claims of political violence in Chiendambuya area that were made by Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe leader Mr Elton ...

by Staff Reporter

Govt thwarts EU bid to ban trophy imports

Published 24 hours ago | 629 Views
Government has stopped the European Union's bid to ban the import of hunting trophies from Zimbabwe with exports of wildlife from the regional bloc expected to soar, a Cabinet minister has said.This w...

by Samantha Chigogo

'ZITF a resounding success'

Published 24 hours ago | 644 Views
THE 57th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair was the best seen in recent years and showcased Zimbabwe's manufacturing, trade and economic potential, ZITF chief executive Nomathemba Ndlovu...

by Golden Sibanda

Mugabe to sign Banking Amendment Bill

Published 24 hours ago | 1120 Views
President Mugabe is expected to sign into law the Banking Amendment Bill which will strengthen corporate governance in the financial services sector.In an update on the status of Bills last week, Parl...

by Business Reporter

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