Kazembe Kazembe fights for his party position

EMBATTLED Zanu-PF chairperson for Mashonaland Central province Kazembe Kazembe has warned ruling party members against […]

EMBATTLED Zanu-PF chairperson for Mashonaland Central province Kazembe Kazembe has warned ruling party members against [...]

Gukurahundi remarks ignite storm

A PROPOSAL by Speaker of the National Assembly, Jacob Mudenda, for government to stay the […]

A PROPOSAL by Speaker of the National Assembly, Jacob Mudenda, for government to stay the [...]

DOUG COLTART DRAGGED TO COURT

This brutal Mnangagwa regime will not crush us or dim our
vision of a new democratic, tolerant #Zimbabwe . I am grateful that as
@DougColtart and his @ARTUZ_teachers clients went to court this morning their
spirit is as strong as ever.

This brutal Mnangagwa regime will not crush us or dim our vision of a new democratic, tolerant #Zimbabwe . I am grateful that as @DougColtart and his @ARTUZ_teachers clients went to court this morning their spirit is as strong as ever.

MAN (32) RAPES GOOD SAMARITAN (61)

A 32-YEAR-OLD mechanic from Bulawayo allegedly habitually
raped and beat a 61-year-old woman who gave him a home when his relatives threw
him out in 2011.

Over seven years, the man allegedly told the woman he was
saving her relatives from death ev…

A 32-YEAR-OLD mechanic from Bulawayo allegedly habitually raped and beat a 61-year-old woman who gave him a home when his relatives threw him out in 2011. Over seven years, the man allegedly told the woman he was saving her relatives from death every time he raped her.  He allegedly threatened to kill anyone that the woman would narrate her ordeal to. The man claimed that he was

PROLONGED LOAD SHEDDING HITS ZIM AGAIN

THE Minister of Energy and Power Development, Advocate
Fortune Chasi, has said the prolonged load shedding hours experienced in some
parts of the country over the past few days were due to unexpected technical
challenges at Hwange Power Station.

I…

THE Minister of Energy and Power Development, Advocate Fortune Chasi, has said the prolonged load shedding hours experienced in some parts of the country over the past few days were due to unexpected technical challenges at Hwange Power Station. In an interview with Zimpapers Television Network on Thursday, Adv Chasi said there had been faults at Hwange Power Station and as a result the

LATEST: Civil servants rubbish President Mnangagwa government’s latest pay offer

GOVERNMENT has awarded a 76% salary hike to its restive workers, a move which will see the lowest paid civil servant getting around $1 000 per month, but civil servants’ representative body, the Apex Council, yesterday described the increase as a…

GOVERNMENT has awarded a 76% salary hike to its restive workers, a move which will see the lowest paid civil servant getting around $1 000 per month, but civil servants’ representative body, the Apex Council, yesterday described the increase as a drop in the ocean, given the rate of inflation in the country. The increase […]

ED AIDES JUST WANT TO EAT : GAPPAH QUITS

ONE of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s top aides, Petina
Gappah, has quit her trade and investment advisory role and vowed not to renew
her contract after being frustrated by the Zanu PF leader’s close lieutenants,
who she accused of pursuing personal…

ONE of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s top aides, Petina Gappah, has quit her trade and investment advisory role and vowed not to renew her contract after being frustrated by the Zanu PF leader’s close lieutenants, who she accused of pursuing personal wealth accumulation at the expense of genuine reforms to turn around the country’s fortunes. Gappah, a lawyer and writer, was among Mnangagwa’s

300 ZIMBAS NABBED IN MUSINA

ABOUT 300 people believed to be Zimbabweans were on
Wednesday arrested around Musina, including the Beitbridge Border Post areas,
for allegedly flouting South African immigration laws, officials in South Africa
have said. 

Among those arrested was…

ABOUT 300 people believed to be Zimbabweans were on Wednesday arrested around Musina, including the Beitbridge Border Post areas, for allegedly flouting South African immigration laws, officials in South Africa have said.  Among those arrested was a suspected human trafficker, caught with a two-year-old undocumented Zimbabwean toddler during a joint operation code-named “Basadi”, supervised

CIVIL SERVANTS REJECT PAY RISE

GOVERNMENT has awarded a 76% salary hike to its restive
workers, a move which will see the lowest paid civil servant getting around $1
000 per month, but civil servants’ representative body, the Apex Council,
yesterday described the increase as a dro…

GOVERNMENT has awarded a 76% salary hike to its restive workers, a move which will see the lowest paid civil servant getting around $1 000 per month, but civil servants’ representative body, the Apex Council, yesterday described the increase as a drop in the ocean, given the rate of inflation in the country.  The increase comes after most civil servants had notified their employer of their