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'Mutasa threat to Zanu-PF'

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ZANU-PF seems to have been rattled by a somewhat unexpected move by former secretary for administration, Didymus Mutasa, to take the party head-on, as it seems not unsure how to handle what it sees as...

by Staff reporter

MDC-T by-election boycott ignored by other political parties

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FOUR candidates will challenge Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa's wife Auxillia in the Chirumanzu-Zibagwe constituency, after they submitted their nomination papers to contest the seat yesterday.Anno...

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MDC-T threatens action over Kereke

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THE MDC-T has again threatened to approach the Constitutional Court to force Parliament to declare Munyaradzi Kereke's Bikita West seat vacant and call for a by-election.This is despite the party havi...

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'I'm not scared,' says Mutasa

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FORMER Zanu-PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa has said he is ready to appear before a disciplinary committee set to deal with his case, cheekily equating his impending disciplinary hearin...

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Mphoko blows +$18,000 on hotel accommodation

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Newly appointed President Phelekezela Mphoko has so far blown more than US$18 800 just on hotel accommodation in a lengthy stay at the Rainbow Towers Hotel in Harare which began mid-December. Governme...

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Python eater jailed 9 years

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A Zimunya businessman, Archwell Maramba, has been jailed nine years for illegal possession of python meat after it was found stashed in his house. Maramba (58) was convicted on his own plea of guilty ...

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Cop-bashing apostolic sect member denied bail

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High Court judge Justice Garainesu Mawadze yesterday dismissed an application for bail pending appeal lodged by one of the five Johannes Masowe eChishanu apostolic sect members currently serving a fiv...

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Teachers' union seeks corporal punishment reinstatement

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Progressive Teachers' Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) secretary-general Raymond Majongwe has petitioned President Robert Mugabe to rescind the new constitutional provisions that outlawed corporal punishment,...

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'Zimbabwe producing half-baked graduates'

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Most of the thousands of students churned out of the country's tertiary institutions are half-baked and do not have the requisite industrial skills required of them, a top government official has said...

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Chidhakwa, Defence ministry in bitter tussle

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Mines minister Walter Chidhakwa is locked in a bitter tussle with the Ministry of Defence over control of the much-vaunted $4 billion Russia-Zimbabwe platinum mining project in Darwendale amid allegat...

by Staff reporter

Cabinet ministers bleeding Zesa ousted

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Ministers, senior civil servants and top Zanu-PF officials are bleeding Zesa by not paying their electricity bills at their private properties. Investigations have revealed that before the installatio...

by Staff reporter

America ready to assist Zimbabwe

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America is waiting for a signal from President Robert Mugabe's government in order to resume full scale relations, US ambassador to Zimbabwe, Bruce Wharton said yesterday. Wharton indicated that Ameri...

by Staff reporter

Acting President Mnangagwa bemoans road carnage

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Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday bemoaned the increase in road accidents which continue to claim many lives, especially during public holidays. Mnangagwa said it was alarming that most of...

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Tsvangirai's MDC-T seeks to bar by-elections

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The main opposition MDC-T yesterday filed a Constitutional Court challenge seeking to bar the nomination courts from sitting to consider nomination of parliamentary candidates for the Mount Darwin Wes...

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Manzou blow for Grace Mugabe

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Lawyers have forced authorities to undertake to ensure that there is no conflict between Grace's animals and the poor families. High Court judge November Mtshiya granted a consent order between the vi...

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Zanu-PF in a fix over Mutasa

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There is apparently serious disagreement among Zanu-PF hardliners on how to deal with the dissenting ex-minister Didymus Mutasa, a factor that may have caused President Robert Mugabe to unexpectedly p...

by Staff reporter

Mutasa dismisses 'absurd' hearing

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Former Zanu-PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa has scoffed at plans by the party's politburo to drag him to a disciplinary hearing over his alleged acts of misconduct, saying he did not re...

by Staff reporter

Tax reduction the answer, says Biti

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Government has been urged to consider tax cuts on order to stimulate economic activity and stem the tide of depression. Former finance minister Tendai Biti said that his successor Patrick Chinamasa ha...

by Staff reporter

No pay rises this year, says RBZ chief

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Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya has said Zimbabweans should not expect salary increases this year because the economy cannot sustain them.Mangudya said there was no scope in increasing salaries wh...

by Staff reporter

Death row inmate loses appeal

Published 8 hours ago | 1874 Views
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by a man on a death row convicted for shooting another man in a robbery attack, a decade ago. In a judgment made available yesterday, the bench turned down ...

by Fidelis Munyoro

MDC-T activist fined for smuggling fire arm

Published 7 hours ago | 1291 Views
A-33-YEAR-OLD MDC-T activist has been fined US$200 by a Beitbridge magistrate for smuggling a fire arm from South Africa.Togarepi Zivanayi Mhetu of Harare was arrested on Wednesday aboard a First Clas...

by Staff Reporter

Political bullies will end with devolution of power

Published 10 hours ago | 1783 Views
Zimbabwe has become a highly toxic political environment in which politics has unfortunately become the art and science of coping with overpowering political bullies that has gone beyond the moral lim...

by Themba Mthethwa

ZymPay revolutionises electricity bill payments for UK-based Zimbabweans

Published 10 hours ago | 1553 Views
‘This was such a hassle before. With ZymPay I can now pay for my electricity in under a minute online and for a negligible fee.'London January 2015: London-based money transfer and bill payments bus...

by Staff Reporter

Mutasa's court challenge of Mugabe's election rigging is a fight to end the myth Mugabe is infallible!

Published 10 hours ago | 3476 Views
Zanu-PF is rolling out the party's propaganda machinery to stop Didymus Mutasa going ahead with the Court Challenge of the party's last year rigged elections. When Margaret Dongo mounted a similar an...

by Wilbert Mukori

Mutodi acquitted of $500 000 fraud charge

Published 11 hours ago | 1914 Views
PROPERTY developer-cum-musician Energy Mutodi, who had been on trial for allegedly swindling 16 000 civil servants of over $500 000 in a housing scheme run by his company, was on Thursday acquitted by...

by Staff reporter

Tsvangirai goes on Epworth walkabout

Published 11 hours ago | 2373 Views
Movement for Democratic Change president Morgan Tsvangirai today visited Epworth and saw for himself the poverty and the problems affecting the community.The MDC-T leader first addressed a crowd at Pe...

by Staff reporter

Prophet Magaya to unveil new 'anointing oil' with resurrection power

Published 12 hours ago | 3119 Views
Charismatic leader of Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries Prophet Walter Magaya will this week on 1 February 2015 unveil his new 'Anointing oil' with resurrection power, fruitfulness, m...

by Staff reporter

Nurse offers 'sexual healing' to pregnant patients

Published 12 hours ago | 6273 Views
A MALE nurse stationed at Mukonde Clinic is under fire from villagers who accuse him of 'sexually' abusing patients and pregnant women in maternity wards.For this reason, Charles David has been order...

by Staff reporter

Car sex back-fires

Published 13 hours ago | 7229 Views
There was drama at Unit O shops in Chitungwiza on Monday night when a self-confessed hooker and her 'client' were caught being intimate in an old and dysfunctional vehicle.After being confronted by an...

by Staff reporter

SA school defends racial segregation

Published 14 hours ago | 2683 Views
Johannesburg - A school in Pretoria has been accused of assigning pupils to classes based on their race, Eye Witness News reported on Thursday.Almost 30 parents at the school reportedly signed a petit...

by Staff reporter

Europe shouldn't tell us about women, says Mugabe

Published 15 hours ago | 3662 Views
ZIMBABWE president and soon-to-be-elected African Union chairperson, Robert Mugabe, said the representation of women in European parliaments isn't good enough to warrant them advising Africans about t...

by Staff reporter

Mugabe set to assume AU chairmanship

Published 15 hours ago | 1281 Views
Members of the Zimbabwean delegation attending the 24th ordinary session of the African Union heads of state say they are hopeful and confident that President Robert Mugabe will assume the chairmanshi...

by Staff reporter

Reduction of farm sizes spot on

Published 18 hours ago | 2555 Views
Vice President, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa, recently revealed government's plan to reduce sizes of commercial farms to accommodate a multitude of people who are still in need of farming land. That pronoun...

by John Sigauke

Air ambulance plays critical role in some medical emergencies

Published 18 hours ago | 855 Views
In a medical emergency the provision of a high level of medical care becomes critical. The swift and timely movement of patients to hospital or from one medical facility to another can be of immense i...

by Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe, EU set to sign large funding agreement

Published 16 hours ago | 1093 Views
The European Union (EU) is expected to sign the National Indicative Program with Zimbabwe soon under which the bloc will provide 234 million euros (about 266 million U. S. dollars) to support socioeco...

by Xinhua

Customers shot in Johannesburg shopping mall robbery

Published 17 hours ago | 3848 Views
Seven people, including two alleged robbers, were injured in a shootout at a shopping centre in Bedfordview, east of Johannesburg, on Thursday, Gauteng police said."Three customers, two security guard...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe's Mugabe won't add value to the AU

Published 17 hours ago | 1926 Views
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is set to take over the African Union (AU) leadership tomorrow. Because he is the current Sadc chairman, nothing bars him from simultaneously taking the helm of both while also...

by Staff reporter

Nothing amiss on Mugabe's description of Mutasa

Published 17 hours ago | 2863 Views
The testing of President Robert Mugabe's political acumen by desperately spinning his speech in a bid to buy sympathy for Didymus Mutasa who is faced with the ignominy of political obscurity is just ...

by Caitlin Kamba

5 breakthrough habits for Lifestyle changes

Published 19 hours ago | 2617 Views
The beginning of the year is characterised by various efforts to make lifestyle changes in line with better health, emotional status, business achievements and many other goals. As the end of January...

by Tinei Shamu

Africa must break from negative narratives

Published 20 hours ago | 1002 Views
Despite decades of conflict, death and tragedy, coverage of issues in Africa has often been ignored, oversimplified, or excessively focused on limited aspects. Deeper analysis, background and context ...

by Angelique

ZCTU Reacts to Finance Minister's statements

Published 23 hours ago | 2977 Views
The Zimbabwe Congress of trade Unions has reacted to Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's and Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya'sstatements concerning unforeseeable salary increment in t...

by Mandlenkosi Chinula

Zimbabwe's political power couples

Published 21 hours ago | 3582 Views
IT is common to think of politicians as socially inept to have fulfilling personal relationships. If a politician does have a spouse or partner, we imagine they would choose someone entirely uninteres...

by Andrew Kunambura

Farmers stage protests at Zanu-PF HQ

Published 22 hours ago | 3345 Views
Some irate farmers on Wednesday staged a peaceful demonstration at the ruling Zanu-PF headquarters demanding the intervention of President Robert Mugabe after they failed to get agricultural inputs un...

by Thomas Chiripasi

'Why you mustn't marry any Zim woman who is 25 years older' author dressed down

Published 12 hours ago | 11339 Views
An article titled 'WHY YOU MUST NOT MARRY ANY ZIMBABWE WOMAN WHO IS OLDER THAN 25' has caused some consternation online with people lashing at the author of the article. The article evokes intense em...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwean students stranded after failing to get SA permits

Published 23 hours ago | 5972 Views
Hundreds of Zimbabwean students attending South African Universities have failed to secure relevant documentation to enable them to register with their universities amid reports that the South African...

by Staff reporter

Grand coalition suffers setback

Published 21 hours ago | 3861 Views
THE breakaway factions of the main Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) have postponed their joint congress which had earlier been slated for March to a later date due to a dogfight that has erupted...

by Staff reporter

'Lets confront Zanu-PF dictatorship'

Published 23 hours ago | 1736 Views
MDC Renewal Team secretary-general Tendai Biti yesterday urged Zimbabweans to embark on mass protests to dislodge what he termed the "predatory" Zanu-PF government for failing to address a myriad of p...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF youths boo Mujuru ally

Published 13 hours ago | 2756 Views
SEKE MP Phineas Chihota was on Tuesday booed by a group of rowdy Zanu-PF youths from Mashonaland East province who called for his expulsion from the party for allegedly working in cahoots with ouste...

by Staff reporter

Grace Mugabe to decide Didymus Mutasa's fate

Published 24 hours ago | 3528 Views
First Lady Grace Mugabe will preside over the disciplinary hearing for disgraced former party secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa. This follows the decision of the highly-anticipated Zanu-PF...

by Staff reporter

'Zanu-PF talking nonsense,' says Mutasa

Published 14 hours ago | 5692 Views
A defiant Didymus Mutasa yesterday contemptuously dismissed allegations that he stole critical documents from Zanu PF, describing such claims as "unadulterated nonsense".Mutasa spoke to the Daily Ne...

by Staff reporter

Biti calls for Arab-Spring protests against Mugabe's Zanu-PF

Published 24 hours ago | 1859 Views
MDC-RENEWAL secretary-general Tendai Biti yesterday called on citizens to confront Zanu-PF by challenging its rule, but fell short of calling for overt protests against the ruling party.In a statement...

by Staff reporter

'School children should be given contraceptives'

Published 24 hours ago | 944 Views
School children should be given contraceptives, the Government body charged with family planning said yesterday, in a move likely to torch a storm.The Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council said pu...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF Politburo orders Mutasa probe

Published 24 hours ago | 1058 Views
The Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday set up a six-member national disciplinary committee to immediately deliberate on the fate of former secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa who faces expulsion for ...

by Farirai Machivenyika

'10% of Zimbabweans mentally ill'

Published 24 hours ago | 1609 Views
AT least 10% of Zimbabwe's 13 million population suffers from some form of mental illness mainly due to the harsh economic situation being experienced by the country, a health official said.Speaking a...

by Staff reporter

Gukurahundi commemoration group approaches court

Published 24 hours ago | 1326 Views
BULAWAYO-BASED civic organisation Ibhetshu Likazulu has approached the courts to compel the police to allow the group to hold a commemoration for victims of the Gukurahundi genocide.Police on Saturday...

by Staff reporter

Cops assault patrons at beer outlets

Published 24 hours ago | 1670 Views
POLICE in riot gear stormed two beer outlets in the high-density suburbs of Mambo and Ascot on Tuesday, beating patrons in retaliation after a resident had reportedly assaulted four cops who wanted to...

by Staff reporter

Bosso takes on Chapungu in a friendly

Published 24 hours ago | 2001 Views
HIGHLANDERS play Chapungu this Sunday at Barbourfields Stadium in a friendly match with the team's officials saying no complimentary tickets will be given as everyone has to pay.Tickets have been pegg...

by Staff reporter

Hospital dumps waste in suburb

Published 24 hours ago | 1160 Views
RESIDENTS of Douglasdale in Bulawayo are up in arms against Throrngrove Referral Hospital, which they accuse of dumping health cards and used medical equipment in the suburb, posing a health hazard.Th...

by Staff reporter

Outrage over SA xenophobia

Published 24 hours ago | 1635 Views
The looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto, South Africa, indicates that the country needs robust economic empowerment policies that benefit the black majority, political analysts have said. Ordinar...

by Felex Share

Gilbert Muponda free to apply for banking licence

Published 24 hours ago | 1129 Views
THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe does not have any "adverse information" against Mr Gilbert Muponda but the businessman, just like any other person, will undergo a normal vetting process should he decide ...

by Happiness Zengeni and Martin Kadzere

'Cop rapes mentally-ill woman'

Published 24 hours ago | 1637 Views
A 23-year-old policeman from the Police Protection Unit allegedly raped a mentally-challenged woman in the Avenues area whom he had "arrested" for loitering.Bornwell Mudunda, who was donning his polic...

by Court Reporter

KGVI Army Barracks to be renamed after Gen Josiah Magama Tongogara

Published 24 hours ago | 845 Views
Government has agreed to honour Zanla's military commander and liberation war hero General Josiah Magama Tongogara by renaming King George VI Barracks after him.In a speech read on his behalf by Defen...

by Tendai Mugabe and Abigail Mawonde

Senior Zimbabwe army officer dies

Published 24 hours ago | 3620 Views
A Zimbabwe National Army senior officer, Deputy Commander 2 Infantry Brigade, Colonel Panginatsiyo Kufa, has died. He was 51. Director of Army Public Relations Lieutenant Colonel Alphios Makotore said...

by Staff reporter

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