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Botswana has 1,2 % foreigners in its Civil Service

Published 2 hours ago | 1458 Views
Botswana government has a total of 1,366 non-citizen employees, majority of whom employed in the Ministry of Health, Parliament heard last Thursday among them Zimbabwean, it has been learnt.The Monito...

by Staff Reporter

Zanu PF apologist condemns Sibanda but only now the thug is 'a loose cannon'!

Published 3 hours ago | 1534 Views
"There is nothing to celebrate, contrary to his name, about former War Veterans leader, Jabulani Sibanda," wrote the Zanu PF apologist, Caitlin Kamba. "Especially when he has become a loose cannon tha...

by Patrick Guramatunhu

Sunday Mail new editor under-fire

Published 4 hours ago | 1752 Views
NEWLY appointed Sunday Mail editor Mabasa Sasa has come under attack from David Coltart over a headline tilted "we killed whites like flies".The story was run this past Sunday.Coltart said the headli...

by Thobekile Zhou

Mambare begs Dembare supporters to be patient

Published 4 hours ago | 1255 Views
Dynamos midfielder Masimba Mambare has appealed to Dembare supporters to be patient with him as he is still recovering from a career threatening injury.He said he sometimes get sacred while playing."I...

by Thobekile Zhou

Woman spots 'stolen' clothes on Facebook

Published 4 hours ago | 2453 Views
Johannesburg - Want to steal your employer's clothes and get away with it? Then it's probably not a good idea to post selfies and other pictures of yourself wearing her clothes on your Facebook accoun...

by Anna Cox

'Baba Jukwa' booted out

Published 4 hours ago | 2668 Views
The fate of Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi has now been sealed after he was officially booted out from his position and replaced by Mabasa Sasa, the man who has been acting editor since June 2014.K...

by Staff reporter

Woman drags hubby's small house to court

Published 5 hours ago | 1991 Views
A Harare woman fed up by her hubby's lover who constantly calls her at night insulting her has dragged the woman to court suing her for verbal abuse.Marcia Mhaka went to the Civil Court seeking a peac...

by Staff reporter

Tribalism is trivialism

Published 5 hours ago | 1927 Views
TWO Government ministers are pushing the Zim-Asset programme in their own very special way. If it had nobility then it would have been called lady-like. But then the whole saga is pregnant with ignobi...

by Nick Mangwana

Dube replaces Pasuwa

Published 5 hours ago | 2338 Views
NATION Dube will be taking charge of the Young Warriors at the Africa Games in Congo, Brazzaville, next month. This follows revelations by the Sports Commission that outgoing Warriors coach Callisto P...

by Sports reporter

Road accidents kill nine

Published 6 hours ago | 2477 Views
NINE people, including the headmaster of Ndlovu Secondary School in Hwange, were killed in three separate road accidents that occurred in Bulawayo and Hwange.Bulawayo Chief Fire Officer, Richard Peter...

by Nqobile Tshili and Adelaide Moyo

Nun's indecent picture of shame

Published 5 hours ago | 3873 Views
Regina Mundi High School headmistress, Sister Concilia Jangara's indecent pictures saga has sucked in a CABS bank teller who stands accused of conniving with three fake B-Metro reporters to extort mo...

by Faith Mabuto

Man produces fake payslip to avoid maintenance

Published 6 hours ago | 1418 Views
A Harare man- Leonard  Shumbaiwe produced a fake payslip in court in a bid to pay less money for maintenance.Shumbaiwe claimed that he earned $700 after his ex-wife Nyaradzo Mahembe had demanded...

by Staff Reporter

Cops launch blitz on kombi crews

Published 6 hours ago | 1584 Views
BULAWAYO police have launched a blitz to rid the city's Central Business District of unruly public service vehicle crews and their vehicles.The police operation kicked-off by targeting kombis that ope...

by Staff reporter

Unpaid hooker bash cop in public

Published 6 hours ago | 2645 Views
A COP was attacked by a self-confessed hooker for allegedly reneging on paying for sex services rendered.The incident happened at Wedza 2 Spaceman Bar during Suluman Chimbetu's show.According to H-Met...

by Staff Reporter

Malema fraud and corruption case struck off the roll

Published 4 hours ago | 1411 Views
South African court throws out Malema fraud case A South African judge struck the corruption case against fiery opposition politician Julius Malema off the roll on Tuesday, saying that the firebrand...

by Staff reporter

My wife must give my lobola back!

Published 7 hours ago | 2902 Views
TAXIMAN Nqabomzi Sisalana (62) of KwaDwesi suburb in Port Elizabeth is a very angry man.He said his wife, from whom he finally separated in 2014, came with her sangoma boyfriend on Saturday afternoon ...

by Staff reporter

Mugabe comes clean: I screwed up

Published 4 hours ago | 4522 Views
For almost a decade and a half Zimbabwe's ruling party pursued an official policy of systematic land evictions, often leading to the death of farmers and destruction of arable land. Now, the country'...

by Gerhard Jacobs

Mujuru turns down Mugabe, Zanu-PF

Published 4 hours ago | 5038 Views
Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has said that Joice Mujuru would not be lured back into Zanu-PF, making it clear that he had the authority to speak on behalf of the former VP. He also added that none of the peo...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF demo against Wadyajena flops

Published 4 hours ago | 2056 Views
The plot to demonstrate against Zanu-PF MP, Justice Mayor Wadyajena in Manicaland flopped after the provincial youth league failed to cooperate. This follows the recent spat between him and Zanu-PF p...

by Staff reporter

Chinese experts jets in for mega deals

Published 8 hours ago | 1112 Views
A team of Chinese experts is here to evaluate each of the mega deals signed by President Mugabe when he visited the Asian country on a State visit last year to enable the financing of the projects to ...

by Staff reporter

Life imprisonment unconstitutional

Published 8 hours ago | 998 Views
A jailbird condemned to life imprisonment over 20 years ago has approached the Constitutional Court contesting the punishment on the grounds that it is torture, inhuman and degrading treatment which v...

by Staff reporter

Mudenda acts on disruptive legislators

Published 4 hours ago | 904 Views
Jacob Mudenda  Speaker of the National Assembly has barred MPs from disrupting proceedings in the House by raising unnecessary points of order that are not supported by Parliament's Standing Rul...

by Staff reporter

Mass protests loom over job cuts

Published 8 hours ago | 1707 Views
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has threatened countrywide mass demonstrations in response to the massive job cuts triggered by a recent Supreme Court ruling. The job cuts that have cause...

by Staff reporter

Chihuri claims credit for stopping MDC-T

Published 6 hours ago | 1447 Views
Augustine Chihuri Police Commissioner-General has all, but confirmed that State security agents played a critical role in stopping the opposition MDCs from dislodging the ruling Zanu-PF party from po...

by Staff reporter

Mangoma trial date set

Published 4 hours ago | 565 Views
Former Energy minister Elton Mangoma's trial on charges of criminal abuse of office in a Zesa prepaid meter tender is now set to commence on September 21. The Prosecutor-General's Office announced th...

by Staff reporter

Bredenkamp in trouble over $3.8m Yakub debt

Published 8 hours ago | 895 Views
Yakub Mohammed has taken John Bredenkamp to court over a debt of $3.8million. Mohammed clams to have advance the loan to Bredenkamp between 2000 and 2001. In addition to the amount Bredenkamp was supp...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe economic intelligence in foreign hands

Published 8 hours ago | 1208 Views
Supa Mandiwanzira Information and Communication Technology minister yesterday disclosed that government's economic intelligence data was being handled by a foreign-controlled company, EOH Holdings, an...

by Staff reporter

Air Zimbabwe secures fuel

Published 3 hours ago | 742 Views
The cash-strapped Air Zimbabwe yesterday said it had secured adequate fuel supplies to resume normal flights following delays and cancellation of most of its flights last week due to a severe shortag...

by Staff reporter

No going back on urban tollgates, says Obert Mpofu

Published 8 hours ago | 645 Views
Obert Mpofu,Transport and Infrastructural Development minister said government will not go back on its planned urban tolling project despite protests by motorists. Speaking at the 2015 National Driver...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe on extensive debt restructuring exercise

Published 8 hours ago | 682 Views
A team of experts working on debt restructuring will contribute to Zimbabwe's discussions with major external creditors in Lima, Peru, during the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IM...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe raises red flag over software firm

Published 8 hours ago | 776 Views
The Ministry of Information Communication Technology, Courier and Postal Services has raised security concerns over the use of a sole software supplier to implement the e-Government programmes in ligh...

by Staff reporter

Sino-Zim to set up $50 million brick plant

Published 8 hours ago | 606 Views
Chinese parastatal China National Materials Group Corporation (SINOMA) has availed $20 million to its Gweru-based subsidiary, Sino Cement Zimbabwe, for the setting up of a state- of-the-art brick and ...

by Staff reporter

Clueless lamentation of a War veteran

Published 8 hours ago | 1883 Views
Morrison Nyati, the turncoat responsible for the butchering of sons and daughters of the sol in refugee camps in Mozambique, was once viewed as part of the machinery of the liberation struggle. Howeve...

by Caitlin Kamba

Cecil the lion is an unnecessary sideshow - ZUNDE

Published 9 hours ago | 958 Views
Many will recall that my experience with Safari operations ended with Zanu PF government having the easy task of convincing a Zanu PF Judge Mtambanengwe to condemn me into exile on trumped up charges ...

by Benjamin Paradza

Headmaster tortures 94 students for not paying fees - ZIMRIGHTS

Published 9 hours ago | 1379 Views
A total of 94 students at  Glen View 1 High School in Harare school were  reportedly tortured for failing to pay fees,  Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has claimed.Accord...

by Staff Reporter

NSSA sets up mobile clinic for miners

Published 9 hours ago | 869 Views
The National Social Security Authority has opened a mobile clinic to cater for  miners and industrial workers.Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira commissioned the ...

by Thobekile Zhou

Govt wont backtrack on urban-tollgates - Min Mpofu

Published 9 hours ago | 1387 Views
Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Obert Mpofu has said government will not backtrack on its planned urban tolling project despite protests by motorists.Speaking at the 2015 National D...

by Staff Reporter

Another US hunter 'kills' lion in Zimbabwe

Published 9 hours ago | 1905 Views
Zimbabwe National Parks has said another US hunter is suspected of killing a lion in Zimbabwe. This follows the outcry over the killing of Cecil the lion by an American dentist, Walter James Palm...

by Thobekile Zhou

Mugabe extends CIO boss' contract

Published 9 hours ago | 2957 Views
Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) director-general Happyton Bonyongwe's contract has been extended by another year.President Robert Mugabe extended his contract.This comes amid reports that Bony...

by Staff Reporter

Grace Mugabe to grace ANC women's league conference

Published 10 hours ago | 1729 Views
First lady Grace Mugabe has been slated to attend the African National Congress Women's league conference in South Africa amid concerns over lack of opposition political parties in the country to infl...

by Stephen Jakes

Zanu PF official storm police station, beats up cops

Published 10 hours ago | 3351 Views
ZANU PF youth secretary for administration Lewis Matutu  on  Saturday  went on a rampage beating up police officers at Zvishavane Police Station accusing them of refusing to deal with a...

by Staff Reporter

Get rid of corruption - Mnangagwa

Published 10 hours ago | 1415 Views
Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said offering kickbacks and favouritism must be eliminated in all our business deals both in Government and the private sector.He said corruption is at the centre...

by Staff Reporter

Harare vendors vow to invade CDB

Published 10 hours ago | 1808 Views
Harare vendors have threatened to move back into the central business district following a sudden slump in business caused by the non-strategic location of the new vending sites.The majority of the ve...

by Staff Reporter

Hotel group fires all 216 workers

Published 11 hours ago | 4040 Views
Regency Group of Hotels and Leisure Group in Masvingo and Gweru owner Eddison Zvobgo's son has fired all his 216 workers citing Supreme Court ruling.The Supreme Court last month ruled that employers c...

by Staff Reporter

MDC challenges Zanu PF to tell the nation the truth that it defected from Zapu

Published 11 hours ago | 2457 Views
The MDC Matabeleland South Chairman Pilate Ndebele has challenged the ruling Zanu PF to tell the nation that it defected from PF Zapu in 1963 and stop telling people lies that it is the only party whi...

by Stephen Jakes

Zimbabwean fraudster nabbed in Botswana

Published 11 hours ago | 2153 Views
A Zimbabwean man in Botswana who allegedly used a P270, 000 stolen cheque to fraudulently buy three cars has been nabbed and brought to book.Jafet Chingaunda allegedly stole a cheque from First Nation...

by Stephen Jakes

Rebecca Malope has been married for long but no one knows

Published 11 hours ago | 4632 Views
Media reports from South Africa say the most favourite  gospel singer, Dr Rebecca Malope, has been a taken woman for a couple of years now and no one ever knew!Well, that is until now - speaking ...

by Staff Reporter

Plumtree High school fails to pay workers for 8 months

Published 11 hours ago | 1723 Views
Plumtree High School is reportedly to have failed to pay workers for the past 8 months a development which the workers blamed for the abuse of funds by authorities.A parent who spoke to this reporter ...

by Stephen Jakes

Plumtree council impose ambulance levy on residents

Published 11 hours ago | 1084 Views
PLUMTREE residents have accused the town council of forcing them to pay for an ambulance that it bought without consulting them.Residents said council recently bought an ambulance and imposed a levy o...

by Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe, Rwanda only countries still seriously lagging behind in their economies

Published 11 hours ago | 1543 Views
Africa's Economic Analyst have bemoaned the serious set back in terms of economic stability in Africa's only two countries Zimbabwe and Rwanda  that are viewed as led by dictators.The two African...

by Stephen Jakes

Milton Junior head threatens to introduce hot seating for Grade Zero ‪

Published 11 hours ago | 1830 Views
Milton Junior School headmaster Pettie Nyoni on Monday evening threatened to introduce hot-seating for Grade Zero pupils in 2016 if parents resist paying $100 for construction of classroom blocks.Nyo...

by Thobekile Zhou

Singer Daniel Jenkins says no to date rape

Published 12 hours ago | 1298 Views
Zimbabwean Pop artist Daniel Jenkins has released his much anticipated new single titled 'In My Arms' featuring Tehn Diamond. In My Arms was inspired by what Jenkins says is the alarmingly increase o...

by Zororo Makamba

Mugabe urged to focus on serious issues, not Cecil the lion

Published 21 hours ago | 3688 Views
Cecil the Lion has in the past week hogged international news headlines as millions expressed outrage about the killing of one of the country's favourite big cats.Now after his office asked the Unite...

by Thomas Chiripasi

Law Society of Zimbabwe baffled by Dzamara's welfare

Published 23 hours ago | 4161 Views
The Law Society of Zimbabwe has said it is seriously baffled by the failure by authorities to find journalist and democracy activist Itai Dzamara.Dzamara was allegedly abducted on March 9 this year i...

by Stephen Jakes

Killing of Cecil sparks calls to ban trophy hunting

Published 24 hours ago | 1475 Views
The maiming with a crossbow and later killing of Cecil, the famous Hwange lion, by American dentist Walter Palmer has led to an international firestorm of protest and calls for the banning of all trop...

by Don Pinnock

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