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Pre-paid waters debate expose bankruptcy of civil society

Published 13 mins ago | 146 Views
Tendai Carter Muchada a budding writer who also works for CHRA, one of the organisations under investigation by USAID on misappropriation of funds attempts to do some amateur critic of my arguments in...

by Dr Qhubani Moyo

Mugabe meets French investors, clarifies indigenisation

Published 0 sec ago | 380 Views
A French business delegation that is the country has acknowledged that lack of clarity regarding Zimbabwe's 51/49 percent indigenisation policy was scaring away potential investors.The delegation held...

by Staff reporter

BancABC reduce Bosso sponsorship

Published 0 sec ago | 344 Views
Bulawayo giants Highlanders have renewed their sponsorship deal with banking giants BancABC, though there is a significant reduction in the monetary figures involved as compared to the last two years....

by Staff reporter

Shock as couple finds underwear covered in muti

Published 0 sec ago | 779 Views
In a suspected case of witchcraft, a couple from Makokoba in Bulawayo found their underwear laced with juju and a plastic bag with a concoction on the floor of their living room.Nqobile Mpofu and his ...

by Danisa Masuku

3 days of horror for Nust female student

Published 0 sec ago | 1209 Views
OF all the passion stories considered to be harrowing, this one involving a final year female student at the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo and her lover should be among the...

by Gibson Mhaka

Mutasa survives Zanu-PF expulsion

Published 0 sec ago | 1549 Views
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 committee is chaired by Vice Pres...

by Staff reporter

Mugabe leaves for AU summit

Published 0 sec ago | 760 Views
President Robert Mugabe has left Harare for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to attend the 24th ordinary summit of the African Union.The summit is expected to discuss various issues relating to the further devel...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF demise is nigh

Published 0 sec ago | 787 Views
Battered and deeply polarised, Zimbabwe's ruling party, Zanu-PF, triumphantly continues to rule the roost. However, all signs seem clearer than before that the centre is no longer holding and the par...

by Grace Kwinjeh

Juju court case takes a new twist

Published 0 sec ago | 635 Views
THE shocking case of a Bulawayo businessman who sued his ex-lover demanding over $5 000 as compensation for the pain and suffering he endured as a result of the spells and love potions which he claime...

by Staff reporter

My life will never be the same again, says rape victim

Published 0 sec ago | 1031 Views
inhuman and traumatic!These are the words that sum up the horrendous experience a 38-year-old woman went through at the hands of a man who sexually abused her until she passed out after he ambushed he...

by Primrose Ndlovu GORY

'I did not rape, I was pleasuring myself'

Published 0 sec ago | 1703 Views
A VICTORIA Falls man who is facing a rape charge shocked the court on Wednesday when he denied raping his teenage neighbour claiming that she walked in on him while he was pleasuring himself and inapp...

by Fairness Moyana

Soccer Star takes gong to the grave, for ritual purposes

Published 0 sec ago | 1361 Views
REIGNING Soccer Star of the Year Dennis Dauda might start the 2015 season with a new nickname "The Undertaker" after pictures of him with the trophy on his mother's grave went viral. ZRP rock solid de...

by Fungai Muderere

Villagers sentenced for demonstrations

Published 1 hour ago | 1330 Views
A court in Zimbabwe on Tuesday sentenced four villagers who were displaced by floods last year to five years in jail each for taking part in demonstrations that rocked the camp they and thousands of o...

by Sapa

Mnangagwa - when stealing votes for the boss gets rewarded

Published 2 hours ago | 2449 Views
The curious, awaiting press corps fretted with impatience until Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa and a then unknown Israeli finally came out after what appeared to have been a long meeting with Presi...

by Luke Tamborinyoka

4th student suicide in week

Published 2 hours ago | 2169 Views
A fourth student killed himself this week in Zimbabwe, it was reported Wednesday.Simba Makumbe, 18, was found hanging from a tree by his father in Magwegwe North, Bulawayo, on Tuesday, the official Ch...

by Sapa

Seek T.B. Joshua's help over Boko Haram, Botswana advises Nigeria

Published 4 hours ago | 1791 Views
Members of the Botswana public have sent an unusual message to Nigeria as they seek military support from Africa in the increasingly challenging fight against the Islamist insurgent group Boko Haram.A...

by Tebego Motalaote - Gabarone, Botswana

'66% of teenagers indulge in unprotected sex'

Published 2 hours ago | 1403 Views
Zimbabwe needs to intensify age-specific interventions on sexual and reproductive health amid indications that the majority of young women are having unprotected sex, a women rights lobby group has sa...

by Staff reporter

MDC-T youth chairperson attacked by soldier

Published 4 hours ago | 1397 Views
MDC-T Chivi Central district chairperson, Tyavanai Chibhebhe, was over the weekend assaulted by a soldier at Huruyadzo growth point in Chivi for wearing his party T-shirt.Chibhebhe sustained head inju...

by Staff Reporter

Mining can drastically change our economy

Published 6 hours ago | 1206 Views
I am quite delighted and overwhelmed about the recent developments taking place in the mining sector. As of now, mining is the backbone of the economy; hence, all efforts should be put towards develop...

by Peacemaker Zano

Delays with SA permits - Zimbabweans sent away from work

Published 5 hours ago | 3849 Views
Three Zimbabwean men whose permits are pending have been told to leave their jobs at Touareg Tents in Capricorn Business Park and return only when they can prove they are legally in the country.The th...

by Tariro Washinyira

'I enjoyed being raped,' man says

Published 7 hours ago | 7677 Views
A 21-year-old man who lives in Johannesburg's Diepsloot extension 12, SA, says he enjoyed being raped by a beautiful woman at gunpoint.But he's afraid she may have given him a deadly sexual disease.N...

by Staff reporter

Let us learn to tolerate other people's religions

Published 6 hours ago | 1520 Views
The Zimbabwean constitution clearly calls for the freedom of association; hence, everyone has a prerogative and priviledge to choose which church to worship in without hesitation and fear of victimiza...

by Mukachana Hanyani

Cop escapes jail after stealing friend's certificates

Published 7 hours ago | 2732 Views
A POLICE officer stationed at Mzilikazi Police Station was lucky to escape jail sentence after being found guilty of stealing a friend's academic certificates. Melusi Ndlera was accused by friend Gad...

by Sibhekisipho Fayayo

Man rapes teen as friend watches

Published 7 hours ago | 4358 Views
A NEIGHBOURHOOD Watch Committee member landed himself in trouble when he arrested a 13-year-old girl for loitering before allegedly raping her in exchange for her release. The 36-year-old Abednico Nd...

by Fairness Moyana

Mysterious snake coils, licks kids to survive

Published 6 hours ago | 5057 Views
SNAKES are dangerous species, but Tshabalala residents in Bulawayo have a rare and harmless visitor in the form of a python which has reportedly pulled a shocker as it only targets children on their w...

by Nhlalwenhle Ncube

Man teams up with son, tie wife to tree

Published 7 hours ago | 2375 Views
A MAN from Siganda, Matabeleland North, who had a dispute with his wife, teamed up with his son and tied her to a tree. Themba Agent Nkala last month had a physical confrontation with his wife Paulin...

by Danisa Masuku

Truck full of cats seized in China

Published 6 hours ago | 1791 Views
Hanoi - Police in Hanoi have seized a truck carrying over a ton of cats smuggled from China to sell to restaurants in northern Vietnam, authorities said on Wednesday."After receiving a tip, we searche...

by Sapa

Mugabe not welcome in Africa

Published 7 hours ago | 3624 Views
President Mugabe returned on Friday from a five-week holiday in the Far East - goodness knows how much that cost the Zimbabwean taxpayers.No sooner had he unpacked his bags than he was on another pla...

by Jera

Mutasa in another scandal

Published 7 hours ago | 3753 Views
Former Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa, is implicated in a land scam where he was reportedly influencing four A2 farmers he unprocedurally resettled at Craig Farm along Mutoko Roa...

by Hebert Zharare and Paidamoyo Chipunza

'We are sick of Zanu-PF wars'

Published 2 hours ago | 2169 Views
Zimbabweans say they are sick and tired of Zanu-PF leaders expending all their energy and time fighting each other viciously at the expense of fixing the country's battered economy, creating jobs, up...

by Staff reporter

Air Zimbabwe ordered to reinstate fired boss

Published 7 hours ago | 1749 Views
National airline Air Zimbabwe (AirZim) has been ordered to reinstate its dismissed acting managing director Grace Pfumbidzayi after a labour arbitrator ruled that she had been fired unprocedurally. P...

by Staff reporter

Seremwe denies Mujuru links

Published 7 hours ago | 1931 Views
Zanu-PF candidate for Mt Darwin West Barnwell Seremwe denies any links with former Vice President Joice Mujuru as reported by some sections of the media yesterday.Seremwe said he could have challeng...

by Farirai Machivenyika

Mt Darwin says no to Mugabe

Published 2 hours ago | 4469 Views
Analysts say the surprising outcome of Tuesday's Zanu-PF primary elections in Mt Darwin was ultimately a slap in the face of President Robert Mugabe himself and the fact that he could no longer take ...

by Staff reporter

Fired Zanu-PF ministers assume backbencher roles

Published 7 hours ago | 1872 Views
Former ministers, some of whom had served in the executive for over 15 years, yesterday began life as ordinary Members of Parliament as they ceased occupying the front row reserved for ministers.Both...

by Staff reporter

Mugabe, Mujuru at Harare Gallery

Published 10 hours ago | 3239 Views
Having taken one year's sabbatical from the art world to nurse a terrible writers block, with litres of cheap bourbon. I dried up and self prescribed this affliction with a therapeutic visit to my fav...

by A.A.V. Amasi

Mutasa takes Zanu-PF to court

Published 8 hours ago | 2895 Views
Former Zanu-PF secretary for administration and sacked ex-cabinet minister Didymus Mutasa was yesterday reportedly making final touches to his legal challenge to overturn the former guerrilla movement...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF mulls Mutare diamond cutting centre

Published 8 hours ago | 816 Views
Samuel Udenge, the Zanu-PF acting chairperson for Manicaland , said the ruling party is establishing a diamond cutting and polishing centre whose holding company is in the process of being registered....

by Staff reporter

Choppies to invest a further $10 million in Zimbabwe

Published 8 hours ago | 1263 Views
Choppies Zimbabwe will invest a further $10 million this year as the group targets to grow its local business. Chief executive Ramachadran Ottappath said in an interview that Choppies next store will ...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF MP up for maintenance

Published 8 hours ago | 963 Views
Zanu-PF legislator for Mhondoro-Ngezi Mike Gava has been taken to the Civil Court by his wife Tendai Wenyika on allegations of neglecting their child.Wenyika is claiming US$930 for her upkeep and that...

by Court Reporter

Mutasa's Zanu-PF survival chances slim, says Kasukuwere

Published 8 hours ago | 988 Views
THE fate of former Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa is set to be sealed today when the Politburo is widely expected to endorse his expulsion from the party as recommended by his hom...

by Farirai Machivenyika and Felex Share

Job Sikhala's parents engaged witchdoctors to avenge his arrest

Published 8 hours ago | 2751 Views
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 are dead or mentally dist...

by Staff reporter

Namibia in bid to legalise wife swapping

Published 10 hours ago | 4119 Views
Wife swapping among Namibia's nomadic tribes has been practised for generations but a legislator's call to enshrine it in law has stirred debate about women's rights and tradition in modern society....

by Staff Reporter

Maid forces employer's son (4) and daughter (5) to have sex at knife-point

Published 10 hours ago | 3315 Views
A 16-year-old Rujeko maid allegedly sexually assaulted her employer's four-year-old son before forcing him to be intimate with his five-year-old sister at knifepoint, police confirmed yesterday.Acti...

by Walter Mswazie

Man axes father to death, found not guilty of murder

Published 11 hours ago | 2077 Views
A 31-YEAR-OLD mentally challenged man from Gokwe, who struck his father to death with an axe, was yesterday found not guilty of murder on the grounds of insanity.Obey Mutero of Village Mutero, Chief M...

by Staff Reporter

State security agents intimidating villagers

Published 11 hours ago | 1603 Views
BULAWAYO Agenda, a civic society group, has said people claiming to be State security agents are intimidating villagers in Lupane, Matabeleland North, for attending their meetings.Bulawayo Agenda dire...

by Staff Reporter

Insults make Mugabe look 'petty' and 'vindictive'

Published 11 hours ago | 2468 Views
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has come under fire for using "un-presidential" language and insulting political foes who cannot respond to his tirades because he is protected by law.Constitutional law exper...

by Staff Reporter

Gold panner stabs wife's lover to death with kitchen knife

Published 8 hours ago | 1798 Views
A MBERENGWA gold panner allegedly fatally stabbed his wife's lover with a kitchen knife, stabbed his stomach after he caught the two being intimate in his matrimonial bedroom.Police confirmed the i...

by Staff Reporter

Teen hangs self at parents' house

Published 11 hours ago | 2362 Views
A FORMER Form Four pupil committed suicide allegedly by hanging at his parents' home in Magwegwe North over yet to be disclosed reasons. Simba Makumbe, 18, a former Form Four pupil at Sikhulile High ...

by Oswell Moyo

BCC warns ratepayers

Published 11 hours ago | 1436 Views
THE Bulawayo City Council has warned ratepayers with accounts overdue for more than three months to settle them immediately or risk losing their properties to debt collectors.Council senior public rel...

by Staff Reporter

Thieves break into Gwanda Prison

Published 11 hours ago | 2151 Views
IN an incident that has sent tongues wagging, thieves broke into Gwanda Prison on Monday night, stealing cash and cellphones.Although officials were tight-lipped about the incident, sources who spoke ...

by Staff Reporter

Zimra officer forges registration documents for imported vehicle

Published 11 hours ago | 2226 Views
POLICE in Plumtree have arrested a senior Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) official stationed in Bulawayo who is allegedly linked to a scam of fraudulently registering imported vehicles.Tatenda Te...

by Sukulwenkosi Dube

Bulawayo's top private schools performs dismally, in bottom 10

Published 11 hours ago | 2744 Views
THREE of Bulawayo's top private schools failed to justify the high fees they demand after they performed dismally in the November 2014 Grade 7 examinations.Carmel Primary School, Petra and Whiteston...

by Auxilia Katongomara

Doctor caught stealing groceries worth $91 at OK

Published 11 hours ago | 3495 Views
A MEDICAL doctor was yesterday facing the loss of his job and financial ruin after pleading guilty to shoplifting. Dr Paul Kadungure, 32, was caught stealing groceries worth $91 at an OK Zimbabwe sup...

by Fungai Lupande

D-Day for Didymus Mutasa

Published 11 hours ago | 1599 Views
THE fate of former Zanu-PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa is set to be sealed today when the Politburo convenes in a crunch meeting widely expected to endorse his expulsion from the party...

by Farirai Machivenyika and Felex Share

Latest Matabeleland farm grabs affect widows' livelihoods

Published 16 hours ago | 1779 Views
The latest wave of farm grabs in Matabeleland South has an adverse effect on the livelihoods of widows who some of them have been employed in the farms and some have been running thriving sustainable ...

by Widows Empowerment Trust

'Mugabe is going nowhere,' says Kasukuwere - the tyrant's time is up, he is going!

Published 17 hours ago | 3892 Views
"President Mugabe is not going anywhere," said minister Kasukuwere."He is a veteran nationalist and God given leader. Mukuru mukuru hanga haigare pfunde. Please let President Mugabe do his w...

by Wilbert Mukori

Confusion over Mutasa's legal challenge

Published 17 hours ago | 2478 Views
UNCERTAINTY surrounds the legal challenge by embattled former Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa who wants to challenge the outcome of Zanu-PF's 6th National People's Congress which h...

by Staff reporter

Zim parents petition 10 Downing Street to allow relatives UK visas for funeral

Published 17 hours ago | 1375 Views
The parents of a five-year-old girl who was killed after being hit by a car have delivered a petition to Downing Street asking for visas for relatives so they can attend her funeral.Andrea Gada's par...

by Mark Tran

Mugabe should give us a break

Published 17 hours ago | 2119 Views
EDITOR,President Robert Mugabe should give us a break, we need action that improves our lives not just talk.Coming back from a lengthy and costly holiday, Mugabe has made it the norm to use the Harare...

by Baddman

Mphoko contradicts Grace Mugabe on vendors

Published 20 hours ago | 2372 Views
Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko set himself on a collision course with vendors after he said he did not understand why able-bodied people should engage in subsistence trading.While addressing Zanu-...

by Staff reporter

Five more land barons arrested

Published 20 hours ago | 2032 Views
Five more members of the Eastiville consortium have been arrested in connection with the illegal sale of state land at Caledonia and Solomio Hoffman farms bordering Ruwa and Mabvuku.The latest arrest...

by Staff Reporter

Youth group pushes for Kasukuwere as president

Published 18 hours ago | 1944 Views
Vana vaChaminuka, a Zanu-PF youth group, has started mobilising people to endorse newly-appointed National Commissar and Environment Minister Saviour Kasukuwere to take over as party leader after Pres...

by Staff reporter

Madhuku slams opposition for wrong focus

Published 18 hours ago | 879 Views
Instead of focusing attention on Zanu-PF's squabbles, the opposition should intensify its recruitment drive in preparation for the 2018 elections, says Lovemore Madhuku, interim leader of the National...

by Staff reporter

2 MDC-T officials defect to Zanu-PF

Published 20 hours ago | 2370 Views
Two MDC-T officials in Mhondoro-Ngezi have dumped their party and joined Zanu-PF accusing the Morgan Tsvangirai-led formation of false promises.The crisis torn MDC-T formation continues to lose credib...

by Staff reporter

Notorious murderer arrested

Published 20 hours ago | 2342 Views
Police have arrested a man suspected of murdering a 15-year-old girl from Lupane.Chief police spokesperson, Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the arrest of Casper Mhlanga (29) o...

by Staff reporter

VP Mpoko says able bodied should not be vendors - of all the stupid marks that is top

Published 23 hours ago | 2380 Views
"I have got my own views regarding vending where you find an able-bodied man seated selling tomatoes. There are better things to do for someone who I fit except for those who are indisposed and physic...

by Wilbert Mukori

Prof Jonathan Moyo says 'Zimbabwe to meet digitisation deadline in June'

Published 21 hours ago | 1527 Views
INFORMATION, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo yesterday said he had never said the best way to destroy Zanu-PF was from within, saying his statement on reforming the re...

by Farirai Machivenyika

VP Mphoko must lead in the reburial, lifting of bans on Gukurahundi commemorations and re-industrialisation of Bulawayo

Published 22 hours ago | 1489 Views
Zimbabwe's Vice President Mr Phelekezela Mphoko, having distanced himself from taking any active part in the genocide that plunged Mthwakazi so far, has to go an extra mile and make sure redress is ...

by MLF

Zanu-PF harasses civil servants in Mash West

Published 22 hours ago | 1884 Views
A qualified teacher at Oldonio Primary School in Hurungwe East, Ward 19, has been barred from attending classes since opening day by a gang of Zanu PF thugs led by the notorious ward councilor, one C...

by Staff Reporter

Zambians show Africa how to deal with despots like Mugabe

Published 22 hours ago | 2913 Views
Having been out of Zimbabwe for 37days, Mugabe hit the skies leaving for Zambia within 24hours of landing into a country he has destroyed and true to my earlier observation he too doesn't want to liv...

by Wangu-Mine

MDC-T rubbishes all-stakeholders conference snub reports

Published 22 hours ago | 1083 Views
The Movement for Democratic Change formation led by Morgan Tsvangirai has dismissed as unfounded state media reports that some political parties have snubbed calls for an all-stakeholders conference t...

by Jonga Kandemiiri

Zimbabwean woman's drug case postponed in SA

Published 22 hours ago | 983 Views
Two women accused of entering South Africa carrying ingredients associated with drug manufacturing appeared in the Musina Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, Limpopo police said."The two women, Memory Maph...

by Sapa

Students bemoan 'thigh for a marks' sexual harassment - Video

Published 23 hours ago | 3059 Views
Avril Bingare from the Bindura University of Science Education and Dzidzai Tshuma of Midlands State University talk about allegations of sexual harassment of female students at universities. The two w...

by Staff reporter

Residents keen on engaging VP Mphoko

Published 23 hours ago | 1236 Views
Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko visited Bulawayo at the weekend where he assured residents that government is taking all the necessary measures to ensure that city dwellers have adequate water.Accor...

by Sithandekile Mhlanga

Met Dept seeks funds for cloud seeding

Published 24 hours ago | 1199 Views
The Meteorological Services Department says Government should urgently release over $200 000 for cloud seeding during February and March as thousands of hectares of crops are under threat from a dry s...

by Elita Chikwati

'Time to 'round down' prices,' says RBZ boss

Published 24 hours ago | 2153 Views
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has said local businesses must seriously consider revising their high cost business models and reduce their prices in line with economic fundamentals if they are to ...

by Staff reporter

Willowvale in new business model

Published 24 hours ago | 1485 Views
Car assembler Willowvale Mazda Motor Industries (WMMI) has introduced a new business model in an effort to revive its waning fortunes, an official has said.Last year WMMI indicated that it was conside...

by Staff reporter

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