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Chief take Dokora to task over unqualified teachers in Lupane

Published 1 min ago | 14 Views
Chief Mabhikwa of Lupane took Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora to task as he demanded establishment of a teacher training college in the province.Matabeleland North is the only ...

by Staff reporter

Amnesty beneficiary buy clothes with fake money from Mujuru

Published 3 mins ago | 26 Views
A beneficiary of last weeks Presidential amnesty has been arrested for attempting to buy clothes using  fake $1,200.Khuphekani  Sibanda, 32, was nabbed hardly 24 hours after his release.Siba...

by Staff reporter

Rural girls get pregnant earlier than urban ones

Published 4 mins ago | 38 Views
Teenage pregnancies among girls in rural areas is still high as one in 10 give birth each year, statistics from the Zimbabwe Demographic Health Survey (ZDHS) 2015 have indicated.In 2010, 28% of adoles...

by Staff reporter

The faceted navigation into Germany's multi-culturalism - Part 4.2

Published 5 mins ago | 34 Views
The German government was concerned about the message of (ausländerfeindlichkeit) intolerance towards foreigners to the world. The neo-Nazi Germans was sending to the international community a messag...

by Nomazulu Thata

1ns and 2s with DJ-Sticha - Why musicians should never donate their talents

Published 30 mins ago | 111 Views
Namhlanje ngifun' ukuhlala phezu kwendaba ehlala ivikwa, am sure you've been served ngendaba ekaso at some point, "Ngicela uzoperfoma kushow kabani bani and showcase your talent ngeke sibhadale lento ...

by DJ-Sticha

Woman caught raping 12-year-old nephew 'she inherited from husband'

Published 32 mins ago | 550 Views
A woman from Kofi Village, Zvishavane, Zimbabwe, has claimed that she slept with her husband's 12-year-old nephew after being directed to do so by her husband.The 21-year-old woman was arrested and ha...

by Staff reporter

Bogus employment agent nabbed

Published 35 mins ago | 332 Views
A bogus employment agent was arrested after he duped various people of cash misrepresenting that he could facilitate their recruitment at Innscor Africa fast food outlet around the country.Learnmore M...

by Staff Reporter

ZimPF member's home burnt down

Published 37 mins ago | 377 Views
Zanu PF supporters in Frera Farm ward 20 in Mashonaland Central Bindura North burnt down  a ZimPF member's home for belonging to the opposition party led by the former Vice President Joice Mujuru...

by Stephen Jakes

Villagers were forced to contribute money to independence

Published 42 mins ago | 266 Views
The Zimbabwe Peace Project has reported that in April people in Manicaland were being forced by the ruling Zanu PF members to contribute some money towards independence celebrations.ZPP said the perio...

by Stephen Jakes

Touts beat pregnant woman to death

Published 43 mins ago | 553 Views
TWO suspected touts operating at Mbudzi roundabout in Harare have been nabbed for allegedly punching and causing the death of a 25-year-old pregnant woman last week as she tried to board a Beitbridge-...

by Staff reporter

Chinamasa faces court action

Published 46 mins ago | 438 Views
CROSS-BORDER bus operator, Jay Jay Travel & Tours, has threatened to drag Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa to the Constitutional Court challenging his decision to grant $200 duty-free allowance ...

by Staff reporter

MDC-T regalia burnt at a housing cooperative meeting in Harare

Published 47 mins ago | 239 Views
An MDC-T member only identified as Mai Adorable was forced by a leader of a housing cooperative to bring her regalia at the meeting which was allegedly burnt in front of the gathering.According to the...

by Stephen Jakes

Tsvangirai discharged from hospital

Published 47 mins ago | 328 Views
OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has been discharged from a private South African hospital where he was admitted since last week and is expected home anytime soon. In a statement yesterday, T...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF ghost visits Mujuru camp

Published 49 mins ago | 329 Views
CHAOS and nasty fights have rocked former Vice-President Joice Mujuru's Zimbabwe People First (ZimFP) party ahead of its official launch in October amid reports that a section of the party was already...

by Staff reporter

Mliswa arrested as Zanu-PF disrupt his meeting

Published 50 mins ago | 378 Views
FORMER Hurungwe West legislator Temba Mliswa and 24 members of his Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (Yard) pressure group were arrested in Esigodini, Matabeleland South province, yesterday for ...

by Staff reporter

Zanu PF ordinary members, war vets plan Mugabe's down fall- Mutodi

Published 50 mins ago | 336 Views
The controversial Zanu PF member Energy Mutodi has claimed that Zanu PF ordinary members and war veterans are planning the President Robert Mugaber's down fall from power.He said following a staggerin...

by Stephen Jakes

MDC-T under fire for holding post-demo talks at a Ndebele shrine

Published 52 mins ago | 281 Views
SOME sections of the Ndebele people have come out guns blazing accusing  the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by Morgan Tsvangirai for allegedly "defiling" a protected Ndebele Shrine in B...

by Staff reporter

Murder suspect nabbed

Published 53 mins ago | 237 Views
A murder suspect who allegedly killed a woman who was coming from her work was arrested after he sold a mobile phone he had stolen to a neighbour.Bulawayo magistrate Evelyn Mashavakure was told that T...

by Stephen Jakes

Child maid suffers demonic abuse

Published 55 mins ago | 236 Views
A ZIMUNYA 15-year-old girl can hardly walk after sustaining two deep wounds on both legs when she was allegedly assaulted by a guardian with a cooking stick.Manica Post reported that the girl, who sta...

by Tendai Gukutikwa

LEAD secures market for Mhakwe bean farmers

Published 56 mins ago | 173 Views
LINKAGES for Economic Advancement of the Disadvantaged (LEAD) organisation has this year secured sugar beans and Michigan pea-beans market for farmers at Mhakwe Irrigation Scheme in Chimanimani.The de...

by Blessing Rwizi

Power trading will drive electricity landscape

Published 58 mins ago | 155 Views
Power trading agreements between countries that possess excess power generating capacity and those battling supply shortages will be a dominant theme in the electricity markets of south-central Africa...

by Staff Reporter

MDC-T to impeach Mugabe

Published 1 hour ago | 309 Views
Zanu-PF Chief Whip Lovemore Matuke has dismissed as daydreaming and wishful thinking, plans by MDC-T led by its Mabvuku-Tafara legislator Mr James Maridadi to table a motion seeking to impeach Preside...

by George Maponga

Customs rebate law sparks legal dispute

Published 1 hour ago | 257 Views
Statutory Instrument 148 of 2015 which only grants the $200 travellers' rebate on customs duty to people travelling in buses without luggage trailers and takes away the privilege from those in buses t...

by Daniel Nemukuyu

Dembare breaks another record

Published 1 hour ago | 520 Views
DYNAMOS president Kenny Mubaiwa described the defeat to Highlanders as heartbreaking, but maintains they will not press panic buttons even as their Castle Lager Premiership challenge continues to crum...

by Eddie Chikamhi

Mnangagwa rescues Lupane State University

Published 1 hour ago | 292 Views
VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa's visit to Arda Jotsholo Estate last week proved to be a blessing for Lupane State University (LSU) as he facilitated for the institution to immediately get a transfo...

by Nqobile Tshili

No uniforms for teachers, Dokora says

Published 1 hour ago | 262 Views
PRIMARY and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus Dokora has dismissed reports that the government will soon force teachers to wear uniforms. In the past few weeks, there have been claims on social med...

by Oliver Kazunga

British far-right burn EU flag as referendum looms

Published 1 hour ago | 159 Views
Dover - Far-right demonstrators burnt the EU flag on Saturday at a rally in Dover, Britain's closest town to continental Europe. Police officers in high-visibility jackets surrounded the small number ...

by Agencies

Chinese detergent maker sorry over racist ad

Published 1 hour ago | 179 Views
Beijing - A Chinese laundry detergent maker has apologised for the harm caused by the spread of an ad in which a black man "washed" by its product was transformed into a fair-skinned Asian man. Shangh...

by Agencies

St James High takes school bus row to court

Published 1 hour ago | 242 Views
ST James High School has taken Puzey and Payne (Pvt) Ltd to court for allegedly breaching the terms of a bus deal. The two parties entered into an agreement of sale for a 33-seater bus valued at $56,4...

by Mashudu Netsianda

SA exodus worries Gwanda college principal

Published 1 hour ago | 304 Views
GUYU Vocational Centre principal, Milton Moyo, has lamented the exodus of youths from Gwanda to South Africa which he said was affecting programmes they have introduced. Moyo was briefing the Minister...

by Richard Muponde

DJ Zinhle pleases at all white party

Published 1 hour ago | 240 Views
THE drama in her personal life seemed to be weighing heavily on the mind of South African star DJ Zinhle when she played a short but satisfactory set at the official re-opening of Horizon Pub and Rest...

by Bruce Ndlovu

Herdboy dies in jumbo attack

Published 1 hour ago | 250 Views
A MAN died and another one suffered severe injuries following an elephant attack in Bubi District. Lucky Magasa died while Lipson Mhlanga of Village 17 is battling for life in the Intensive Care Unit ...

by Whinsley Masara

One dies, three injured as car rams Zupco bus

Published 1 hour ago | 251 Views
ONE person died while three others were seriously injured when a vehicle they were travelling in rammed a Zupco bus and was trapped underneath it near Thembiso Children's Home in Bulawayo. Bulawayo ch...

by Pamela Shumba

Zimbabwean white farmer's stay on prize farm sparks fresh dispute

Published 1 hour ago | 268 Views
THE Minister of Rural Development, Preservation of Culture and Heritage, Abedinico Ncube and Chief Nyangazonke have clashed over the presence of Peter Cunningham, a white commercial farmer, at the dis...

by Mashudu Netsianda

'Cultural icon' Chief Masuku buried

Published 1 hour ago | 165 Views
ZIMBABWE Council of Chiefs president Fortune Charumbira has described the late Chief Masuku, who was buried yesterday, as a cultural icon. Chief Masuku, 81, died on May 25 due to cardiac arrest. He wa...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Parliament to sue expelled MPs over vehicles

Published 1 hour ago | 166 Views
PARLIAMENT plans to take legal action against 35 MPs expelled by both Zanu-PF and MDC-T after they failed to pay for vehicles procured for them through a parliamentary loan scheme when they were still...

by Zvamaida Murwira

War vets, youth League close ranks

Published 1 hour ago | 201 Views
THE chairman of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association, Christopher Mutsvangwa, has said they welcome the Zanu–PF Youth League's call for unity and urged all ex-combatants to shun...

by Walter Mswazie

Ministry identifies 83 sites for schools

Published 1 hour ago | 190 Views
THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has identified 83 sites countrywide where schools will be built in different provinces as part of the government's efforts to build 100 more schools thi...

by Pamela Shumba

Messi trial opens

Published 1 hour ago | 260 Views
BARCELONA - Argentina star Lionel Messi, one of the world's highest-paid athletes, goes on trial in Barcelona tomorrow for allegedly defrauding Spain of over four million euros in unpaid taxes. After ...

by Agencies

Zimbabwean comes 4th in Comrades Marathon

Published 1 hour ago | 203 Views
ZIMBABWE'S Mike Fokorani is getting better with age after displaying another remarkable performance yesterday when he came fourth in the Comrades Marathon in Durban, South Africa. The veteran long-dis...

by Ellina Mhlanga

Grace Mugabe donates to Mpopoma High School

Published 1 hour ago | 187 Views
First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe on Friday donated 30 000 bricks and 300 bags of cement to Mpopoma High School in Bulawayo for the construction of an Advanced Level classroom block. The consignment was sour...

by Staff reporter

How come our government doesn't get this?

Published 12 hours ago | 1781 Views
There is no need to be a Nobel Prize economist to decipher that the economic pains ghost of 2008 is reincarnating at alarming speed. It equally doesn't need a prophetic calling to decipher that we are...

by Brian Sedze

So what's next for Dynamos?

Published 12 hours ago | 1643 Views
It is with very sad to be a Dynamos player now. The flavour of failure favours those who have dominated others for so long. It is time for all those involved to feel the pain and understand that victo...

by Lord Morris Kakunguwo,

Watch: 'I Don't Regret What I Did to Mugabe'

Published 14 hours ago | 3995 Views
I Don't Regret What I Did to Mugabe-Exiled Activist Nkosilathi E Moyo Speaks out on His 29Th Birthday 29/05/16.

by Staff Reporter

Zanu PF is imploding and Manheru sings a mournful 'Zanu yedu tinoida' karaoke.

Published 14 hours ago | 1647 Views
"… there is this lame argument around bussing people he he he! Nonsense!" wrote the insuf-ferable Nathaniel Manheru. "Did we not see the Youth League executive addressing meetings in all the country...

by Patrick Guramatunhu

Mazibisa in Forbes Africa's 30 under 30 Class of 2016

Published 14 hours ago | 1850 Views
Nkosana Mazibisa has been named among the Forbes Africa 30 under 30 Class of 2016.Mazibisa is the only Zimbabwean on the list Mazibisa, who owns a consultancy company named Mazibisa Inc, and Swad tast...

by Staff reporter

Mugabe in Papau New Guinea for ACP Summit

Published 14 hours ago | 904 Views
President Robert Mugabe is now in Papua New Guinea for the 8th Summit of African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Heads of State and Government which begins tomorrow (Monday).Mugabe and his delegation, whi...

by Staf reporter

Thief caught in the act undressed

Published 18 hours ago | 3610 Views
THIS thug will think twice before stealing from residents again.He was allegedly caught stealing pots and taps yesterday and was undressed and made to do a walk of shame before apologising to resident...

by Staff Reporter

Foreigners flee as looting starts in SA

Published 18 hours ago | 5212 Views
FOREIGNERS were forced to close up shop in Botshabelo after unrest that lasted from Sunday night until Tuesday.The unrest was fuelled by apparent dissatisfaction over the people nominated as councillo...

by Staff Reporter

Dagga worth R500 000 recovered

Published 18 hours ago | 1258 Views
A 26-year-old man was arrested after R500 000 worth of dagga was found in his shack in Maremane Village in Dingleton, police said yesterday.  He was arrested following information from locals abo...

by Staff Reporter

Mugabe empties jails

Published 21 hours ago | 2462 Views
AS news filtered at Chikurubi Maximum Prison that President Robert Mugabe had pardoned hundreds of convicted criminals, incarcerated Johanne Masowe eChishanu apostolic sect leader Ishmael Chokurongerw...

by Staff reporter

Mujuru under siege

Published 21 hours ago | 3492 Views
SCORES of alleged Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) supporters on Friday besieged former vice-president Joice Mujuru's Chisipite house, amid conflicting statements about their mission and identity.While t...

by Staff reporter

Mnangangwa's ally escapes death

Published 21 hours ago | 3579 Views
CONTROVERSIAL former Zanu-PF central committee member and businessman, Jimaya Muduvuri yesterday escaped death by a whisker when his car was involved in an accident while on his way to Masvingo to "ad...

by Staf reporter

Hosiah Chipanga fights in Tuku's corner

Published 21 hours ago | 1941 Views
Outspoken and talented sungura musician Hosiah Chipanga is fighting in Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi's corner, saying the legendary musician could have performed at last week's one million-man march under du...

by Staff reporter

Mtukudzi loses his lustre

Published 21 hours ago | 2128 Views
The country's harsh economic situation has forced the legendary music icon Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi to settle for cheap, less-prominent gigs alongside lowly ranked musicians, it has emerged.Tuku's prese...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa decries poor health services

Published 21 hours ago | 860 Views
Zibagwe MP Auxillia Mnangagwa has called on government to increase investment in health institutions, saying it was key to economic recovery and national development.Mnangagwa was speaking at Nyikavan...

by Staff reporter

Mutsvangwa blows hot and cold

Published 21 hours ago | 1544 Views
THREE months ago former War Veterans minister Christopher Mutsvangwa was breathing fire, telling President Robert Mugabe that the time he spent serving in his Cabinet was a complete waste of time.Muts...

by Staf reporter

WATCH: Diptank handover ceremony

Published 21 hours ago | 708 Views
Chipura diptank handover ceremony, this community since 1980 have been walking 17kms to dip their livestock Chipura diptank handover ceremony, this community since 1980 have been walking 17kms to dip ...

by twitter

Bosso sink fading Dembare in thriller

Published 21 hours ago | 1741 Views
Dynamos 0 - 2 HighlandersANOTHER match, another record broken! Dynamos' continued a miserable season when they not only fell to their fourth league defeat but also saw Highlanders end their decade lon...

by Ishemunyoro Chingwere

Woman attacks MDC-T for abuse of dead hubby

Published 21 hours ago | 1506 Views
THE widow of human rights activist, Paul Chizuze, Sibongile Maphosa, has threatened to sue the MDC-T for abusing the name of her husband and his pictures during demonstrations to gain political mileag...

by Roberta Katunga

Man stones wife to death

Published 21 hours ago | 1949 Views
IN a typical Sharia law application, a Gwanda man allegedly stoned his wife to death after he stumbled upon a message which had allegedly been sent by his wife to his best friend suggesting that the t...

by Lynnia Ndlovu

50 families face eviction

Published 21 hours ago | 868 Views
ABOUT 50 families living near Bikita's Nyika Growth point will soon be homeless amid reports that the local authority is seizing land for the purposes of expansion. Villagers said they have been serve...

by Walter Mswazie

China hands over school to Zimbabwe govt

Published 21 hours ago | 1120 Views
THE Chinese Government yesterday handed over China-Africa Friendly Primary School to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education at a colorful ceremony held at the school site in Lupane. The schoo...

by Robin Muchetu

Do not neglect heritage sites, says Mathema

Published 21 hours ago | 573 Views
THE Minister of State for Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs Cain Mathema has bemoaned the state of some of the country's monuments, saying abandoning the ancient relics was tantamount to disregard...

by Fairness Moyana

Stands for Gwanda teachers

Published 21 hours ago | 926 Views
TEACHERS in Gwanda will get stands to build houses in the town following a deal between the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education and the local authority aimed at improving the welfare of teache...

by Lynnia Ndlovu

Murder victims family turns down compensation

Published 21 hours ago | 1787 Views
THE family of three children who were axed to death by a "stranger" last week in Zaka's Ndanga area has turned down compensation of 10 beasts offered by the assailant's relatives, it has emerged. Earl...

by Walter Mswazie

Four shortlisted for Bulawayo town clerk post

Published 21 hours ago | 1064 Views
THE Bulawayo City Council has shortlisted four candidates for the post of town clerk, which they will forward to the Local Government Board for consideration, Sunday News has learnt. Although the city...

by Vusumuzi Dube

Townsend school bus 'stolen'

Published 21 hours ago | 2086 Views
DARING robbers last Monday pounced on Townsend High School in Bulawayo and broke three gates before driving off with the school's kombi which was parked close to the boarding facilitates, officials ha...

by Vusumuzi Dube

Civil servants to sign for payslip

Published 21 hours ago | 1808 Views
CIVIL servants are now required to sign up collection forms upon receiving pay slips as the Government moves to clean up the civil service of ghost workers. The move is part of the implementation of c...

by Staff reporter

New town to be built outside Bulawayo

Published 21 hours ago | 4210 Views
A NEW town is set to be established in the Bulawayo Metropolitan Province which will be independent from the jurisdiction and laws of the Bulawayo City Council, a move that is expected to ease accommo...

by Vusumuzi Dube

Tsvangirai fails to turn up, MDC-T demonstration fails to hit target

Published 21 hours ago | 1521 Views
ABOUT 4 000 people yesterday took part in an MDC-T demonstration in Bulawayo, a far cry from the 30 000 that the organisers had expected to take part in the event. Protestors marched mainly against th...

by Dumisani Sibanda

Tension play comes to Harare

Published 21 hours ago | 945 Views
Theatre in The Park and Naughty by Nature from Bulawayo will this week stage Tension a political satire play.It will run as from the 31st of May to the 3rd of June 2016.The play is set in a modern Afr...

by Agencies

Independent auditors for missing US$15 billion

Published 21 hours ago | 793 Views
THE Government will this week start scouting for independent chartered accounting firms to audit seven companies suspected of prejudicing Zimbabwe of around US$15 billion when they operated in the Chi...

by Staff reporter

Fallen bigwigs appeal to Zanu-PF

Published 21 hours ago | 1300 Views
SEVERAL senior politicians suspended or expelled from Zanu-PF for factionalism and indiscipline in 2015/16 want readmission into party structures and their cases will be heard this week. Among the 40 ...

by Staff reporter

Man rapes lover, forces friend to rape her too while he watches

Published 21 hours ago | 1836 Views
IN a story that sounds like a script plucked from the devil's notebook, a man from Nkayi, Matabeleland North teamed up with his friend and allegedly lured his girlfriend into a bush where he assaulted...

by Tatenda Gapare

Zimbabwean vendors to pay towards pension

Published 21 hours ago | 923 Views
THE National Social Security Authority (NSSA) will soon introduce a scheme to allow informal traders to contribute in the same way as workers towards a pension fund that will cushion them when they re...

by Noble Ncube

Bosso 90 take on Bantu in explosive derby

Published 21 hours ago | 1477 Views
TWO former Highlanders players take their rivalry to the next level — albeit on the technical bench - when their respective teams Bosso 90 and Bantu Rovers clash in a potentially explosive Zifa Sout...

by Raymond Jaravaza

'We don't get powers from Nigeria,' says Prophet Magaya

Published 21 hours ago | 1459 Views
FOLLOWING Prophet Walter Magaya's visit to Nigeria last week, the prophet has dismissed claims that he visited the country to acquire spiritual powers.There is wide speculation that some of the young ...

by Brian Chitemba

Harare should learn a thing or two from Bulawayo

Published 21 hours ago | 1268 Views
Bulawayo City Council has one of the most effective public transport policies in the country, and town planning experts say Harare should follow suit if it wants to restore order in the capital.Throug...

by Harmony Agere

Little Bishop's daughter in gay storm

Published 21 hours ago | 1375 Views
RETIRED Bishop Desmond Tutu's daughter has been kicked out of South Africa's Anglican Church as a priest after she married a woman.Reverend Canon Mpho Tutu-van Furth can no longer preside at Holy Comm...

by Staff reporter

'I've been invited to Heaven ... again'

Published 21 hours ago | 1791 Views
Christians will tell you there are two criterion to enter Heaven: you must be both righteous and dead.Not so for Prophet Talent Madungwe of the Exile Desire of All Nations Ministry. He says he is busy...

by Wendy Nyakurerwa

Tsikamutanda terrorises villagers

Published 21 hours ago | 1180 Views
A dubious traditional healer only known as tsikamutanda has unleashed a reign of terror in Mt Darwin where hapless villagers are allegedly being forced to attend his clensing ceremonies with a 195 her...

by Desire Ncube

Ghost civil servants flushed out

Published 21 hours ago | 1310 Views
CIVIL servants are now required to sign up collection forms upon receiving pay slips as Government moves to clean up the public service of ghost workers.The move is part of the implementation of civil...

by Lincoln Towindo

Motorists recount their nightmares with ZRP

Published 21 hours ago | 1387 Views
Questions sent to Asst Commissioner Charity Charamba,  the national spokesperson for ZRP, on Thursday, were not answered by the time of going to print.Below we profile encounters between motorist...

by Staff reporter


Published 21 hours ago | 1134 Views
LOVEMORE MAJAIVANA'S classic song "Tshilamoya", a praise tune that the legendary musician penned in salute of Highlanders, belted from the PA system long after referee Nomore Musundire had blown the f...

by Langton Nyakwenda

'I saw trapped dead bodies'

Published 22 hours ago | 1549 Views
Twenty-three-year-old Ms Maseline Makanda is one of the seven fortunate survivors of last Thursday's Chitungwiza road accident that claimed 16 lives, including that of her six-year-old niece.She is ou...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe exports to SA leap 380%

Published 22 hours ago | 1192 Views
THE country's exports to South Africa - its biggest trading partner - spiked by more than 380 percent in March to 1,1 billion rands ($71,4 million, using the average 1:15,4 exchange rate for March) fr...

by Darlington Musarurwa

The boy who fed Mbuya Nehanda

Published 22 hours ago | 1683 Views
LET us from the onset warn you dear readers. The narration below, by Julian Maodza Murenga Mukomawashe, belongs to the spiritual world. Born on August 22 1960, in Mbire; Murenga is that muzukuru waMbu...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF Youth League: Beware of the bastards!

Published 22 hours ago | 762 Views
My plea at the moment is that Kudzai Chipanga and his fellow comrades in the Zanu-PF Youth League should keep their feet on the ground. After scoring such a historic political goal, the temptation is ...

by Bishop L

'Criminalised for driving in Harare'

Published 22 hours ago | 964 Views
It was a routine journey, the usual 15km or so drive from Glen Norah to Harare's central business district. All things being equal, this is a 30-minuter for me, from stepping into the car to walking i...

by Staff reporter

Million Man March: Just the beginning

Published 22 hours ago | 727 Views
Zanu-PF's Million Man March will be held annually alongside provincial rallies aimed at driving youth development and economic empowerment, a ruling party official has said.The inaugural march on Afri...

by Lincoln Towindo

Chipanga takes Mugabe and his cabinet to the cleaners

Published 22 hours ago | 2798 Views
The so-called million man march, in actual fact a G40 rally, has come and gone with no million men in sight.  When Mnangagwa consciously avoided well-rehearsed slogans in praise of Dr Amai chante...

by Moses Chamboko

WATCH: Snow hits Gweru in Zimbabwe

Published 22 hours ago | 5536 Views
Some extreme weather has hit Lower Gweru in Zimbabwe's midlands regionGweru (lower) and other midlands areas have been hit by a horrific snow storm, villagers have complained.This first of firsts in Z...

by Staff reporter

Baptism pools for Zimbabwe prisons

Published 22 hours ago | 1080 Views
CELEBRATION Churches International has partnered the Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services to build baptism pools and fonts at prisons.Celebration Church prison ministry leader Pastor Winnie Kanoy...

by Desire Ncube

Prophet Magaya's take on bond notes

Published 22 hours ago | 1995 Views
PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya says the bond notes that are set to be introduced are a noble idea which was not well communicated to the public, hence the ou...

by Staff Reporter

Bond notes to start in August

Published 23 hours ago | 4076 Views
Bond notes will start circulating around August 2016 - and not June as previously projected - as their production takes at least four months, central bank Governor Dr John Mangudya has said.Government...

by Langton Nyakwenda and Enacy Mapakame

Mugabe sternly warned that firing war vets from security sector 'will not be tolerated'

Published 23 hours ago | 1378 Views
In the boldest challenge ever to Mugabe's tyrannical, the war vets and the security chefs, notably Commander Chiwenga, told Mugabe in no uncertain terms they constitute "the stockholders of Zanu PF an...

by Wilbert Mukori

Watch: 'We the people' = #ThisFlag - Zimbabwe

Published 23 hours ago | 916 Views
#ThisFlag, we are our own solution, We the people can free ourselves.

by Hannington Mubaiwa

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mspy, the makers of a software-as-a-service product that claims to help more than two million people spy on the mobile devices of their kids and partners, to have been massively hacked. a public relations pitch from mspy to krebsonsecurity in march ... Read More
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About two years ago, we came out emphatically about those behind the t.b joshua watch. many were those who thought we were framing innocent people up or on a witch hunt. some events have vindicated us and the cat is out of the bag. it is said that no... Read More
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