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Putin Declares Day Of Mourning After Airliner Crash In Egypt

MOSCOW, October 31, 2015 - Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared November 1 a national day of mourning following the crash of a Russian airliner ... Full story

Joel Biggie Matiza Booted Out?

A section of the Zanu (PF) Mashonaland East provincial executive members has passed a vote of no confidence in provincial chairperson Joel Biggie Matiza and ... Full story

I’m A Victim Of My Wealth, Good Looks: Phillip Chiyangwa

Businessman and Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) presidential aspirant, Phillip Chiyangwa, claims he is a victim of his wealth, as questions emerge over his eligibility to ... Full story

Mtetwa Loads More Woes On Tomana

By Professor Matodzi HARARE, October 31, 2015 – Tormented human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa has heaped fresh misery on Zimbabwe’s under-fire Prosecutor-General, Johannes Tomana, after she ... Full story

Man Regrets Sharing Mugabe Joke On Social Media

HARARE - If you're thinking of forwarding a joke about Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, just don't. A Zimbabwean man is complaining all he did was click ... Full story

Zim Youth Leaders Discuss Social Entrepreneurship

Harare, October 30, 2015: Five Zimbabwean youth leaders shared their vision and understanding on social entrepreneurship at a discussion session on Tuesday. The five participated ... Full story

Tomana Must Fall Voices Getting Louder

By Sij Ncube HARARE, October 30,2015– Zimbabwe Prosecutor General (PG) Johannes Tomana’s position is untenable after being slapped with a 30-day imprisonment for defying court ... Full story

Zim Students In SA Varsities Survive Massive Fee Hikes

Zimbabwean students studying at South African universities are breathing a sigh of relief after President Jacob Zuma ruled out any increase in tuition fees for ... Full story

War Vets To Take On G40

Members of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) are planning a demonstration against a faction of the ruling Zanu(PF) party they accuse of ... Full story

Zim Judges Shame Tomana In Landmark Ruling

By Professor Matodzi   HARARE, October 29, 2015 – Zimbabwe’s apex court on Wednesday left the country’s Prosecutor General Johannes Tomana disgraced after imprisoning him for one ... Full story

Japan Spreads Development Projects Across Zimbabwe

By Jeffrey Moyo HARARE,October 28, 2015- As the battle to attain the Sustainable Development Goals hits up across the globe, the government of Japan through its ... Full story

Zimbabwe's White Farmers Start Anew In Mozambique

CHIMOIO,October 28. 2015- A middle-aged white man wearing a khaki shirt and shorts stands on a flat, fertile piece of land surrounded by a group ... Full story

Tanzanian Opposition In Poll Rigging Claims

DAR ES SALAAM- October 28, 2015-Presidential candidate Edward Lowassa has rejected the presidential poll results in Tanzania. Lowassa says the elections have been rigged.He wants ... Full story

Police Officers Convicted, Punished For Brutal Assault

By Professor Matodzi   HARARE, October 28, 2015 – A Zimbabwean court has convicted and sentenced two Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers for brutally assaulting a Harare ... Full story

Somabhula Farmers Abandon Cattle Ranching To Sell Grass

By Mark Mhukayesango SOMABHULA, OCTOBER 28, 2015- What used to be a haven of cattle ranching has since the fast track land reform program in the ... Full story

Low Cost Fly Africa Airline Suspended

HARARE-October 28, 2015-Fly Africa's operations have been suspended after the airline surrendered its operating licence due shareholding disputes and failure to meet statutory requirements. The low ... Full story

SA's Tokyo Sexwale Wants To Fix Undermined FIFA Brand

JOHANNESBURG, October 27, 2015 - South Africa's Tokyo Sexwale, who was a close friend of Nelson Mandela, said on Tuesday he wanted to repair the ... Full story

Crucial AfrAsia Creditors Meeting Scheduled

HARARE, October 27, 2015-Creditors and members of AfrAsia Bank Zimbabwe that is under liquidation will meet next month for submission of proof of claims and ... Full story

GZU Embarks On Infrastructural Development

By Itai Muzondo MASVINGO, October 27, 2015 – Despite being one of the fastest growing academic institutions in Zimbabwe, Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) is still to ... Full story

Insurance, Pension Values Commission Of Inquiry Set In Motion

A commission of inquiry set by President Robert Mugabe last month to look into the conversion of insurance and pension values from the Zimbabwe dollars ... Full story

Wits University Releases Proposed Plan To Resume Lectures

JOHANNESBURG-October 26, 2015-Wits University has released a proposed plan to resume lectures by Tuesday. It is committed to leaving tuition and accommodation fees unchanged for ... Full story

Plane Stuck On Runway At OR Tambo International Airport

JOHANNESBURG-October 26, 2015-The wheels of a passenger jet have failed at Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport - causing slight delays. The jet's undercarriage failed while ... Full story

Bona Dresses Down Gushungo Management Over Underperfomance

President Robert Mugabe has turned to his daughter Bona to rescue his Gushungo Holdings Company, which is reportedly struggling to stay afloat.  Sources said Bona reported ... Full story

Tanzania's Vote Counting Progresses As Opposition Claims Fraud

DAR ES SALAAM-October 26, 2015 - Votes were being counted Monday in what is expected to be Tanzania's tightest election race ever, with the governing ... Full story

Mtetwa’s Trial Off To A False Start

By Professor Matodzi   HARARE, October 26, 2015 – The case in which Zimbabwean authorities are seeking to overturn the acquittal of prominent human rights lawyer Beatrice ... Full story

Gweru Residents Blast Gweru General Hospital Over Debt Collectors

By Mark Mhukayesango   GWERU-October 26, 2015-Residents here have come out guns blazing over Gweru General Hospital Medical superintendent, Fabian Mashingaidze’s decision to contract a debt collector ... Full story

Zim Competitiveness Report To Launch Amid Fears Of Lack Of Political Will

By Sij Ncube HARARE, October 26 – ZIMBABWE launches its first ever National Competitiveness Report (NCR) Thursday under the auspices of the National Economic Consultative Forum ... Full story

'Continued SA Varsity Protests To Jeopardize Academic Future' - Wits Head

Wits University’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Adam Habib says he is concerned that students will jeopardise the academic future of many if they continue their protest. ... Full story

Zanu (PF) Masvingo Acting Chair Kicked Out

Zanu (PF) Masvingo Province has passed a vote of no confidence on the party's Acting Chairman, Paradzai Chakona over a number of allegations that include ... Full story

Mangoma Rejects Pact With Mujuru

Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) president Elton Mangoma says former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s hands are not clean as she was part of the Zanu PF ... Full story

Mujuru’s Lack Of Clarity Questioned

Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s lack of clarity on her political future has raised suspicion she could still harbour ambitions to return to Zanu(PF)as a successor ... Full story

Police Brutalise Tsvangirai’s Ally In Fresh Crackdown

RUSAPE, October 25, 2015 – An ally of Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has been left nursing serious injuries after he was brutally assaulted ... Full story

Rubber Bullets Fired As Zuma Announced 0% Varsity Fee Increases

PRETORIA - Violence broke out and police fired rubber bullets outside the Union Buildings on Friday afternoon where some students were still waiting for President ... Full story

Mahlangu Burial Snub Haunts Tsvangirai

By Gugugu Magorila MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s failure to attend the party’s deputy organising secretary and Nkulumane constituency MP Thamsanqa Mahlangu burial has nothing to do ... Full story

Mujuru New Centre Of Unification For Opposition Forces

FORMER vice-president Joice Mujuru, who is in the process of forming a new political party under the People First banner, is increasingly becoming a unifier ... Full story

Zim Authorities Target Mtetwa In Fresh Persecution Of Feisty Rights Lawyer

By Professor Matodzi Harare,October 23, 2015 – Prominent human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa will on Monday return to court after Zimbabwean authorities launched a fresh assault ... Full story

Brace Up For More Power Cuts Warns Undenge

Zimbabweans should brace up for more power cuts as the power utility’s water allocation from Kariba dam will be reduced by 50 percent in January ... Full story

ZCTU To Challenge Employers' Appeal Over Labour Act

THE Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) is preparing to challenge an appeal by the Employers’ Confederation of Zimbabwe (EMCOZ) against some clauses in the ... Full story

Harare Mayor Still Without Official Car

HARARE, October, 22, 2015-Mayor, Bernard Manyenyeni, is using his personal vehicle for council business as council management and the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works ... Full story

Malfunctioning Mvuma District Hospital Theatre Threatens Lives

By Itai Muzondo MVUMA, October 22, 2015 – Mvuma District Hospital in the Midlands Province is currently functioning with its theatre closed, a development that has ... Full story

Judges Plead Guilty Over Loan Payment Defaults

Harare, October 22, 2015 – Zimbabwean judges have pleaded with officials at one of the country’s financial institutions to spare blacklisting them from accessing loans ... Full story

Africa’s Elderly Persons Cornered By Poverty

By Miriam Gathigah & Jeffrey Moyo NAIROBI and HARARE, October 21, 2015  - Kenya has made tremendous steps towards ensuring that the elderly population does not ... Full story

Homestead Torched In Bitter Bikita Land Wrangle

By Itai Muzondo BIKITA, October 21, 2015 – A bitter wrangle has erupted in Masvingo’s Bikita District as a man, Engineer Vhitori has allegedly set resettled ... Full story

Obama's Deputy Joe Biden Not Running For Presidency

WASHINGTON,October 21, 2015- US Vice President Joe Biden will not run for president, he says, putting to end months of speculation and uncertainty in the ... Full story

The Zimbabwean Newspaper Closing Down

HARARE,OCTOBER 21,2015 - A newspaper that gave Zimbabweans an alternative to the state-controlled press during the darkest days of President Robert Mugabe's clampdown on the ... Full story

SA Parly Urges Protesting Students To Give It Space

CAPE TOWN – South African university students should give Parliament the “space” it needed to conduct its oversight regarding fee increases, the National Council of ... Full story

Writer Modernizes Hare,Baboon Folklore Series

Author Daniel Mutendi has written and published a hilarious children’s book titled “Tsuro Na Gudo: Misi Yese Haifanani” as a way to preserve the good ... Full story

Child Marriages Rife In Gokwe, Kwekwe, Lower Gweru

  By Mark Mhukayesango GWERU, October 21, 2015-A survey done by Plan Zimbabwe International has revealed that Midlands is a child marriage hot spot in Zimbabwe with ... Full story

MoneyGram Links With Ecocash

DALLAS, US October 21, 2015- MoneyGram a global provider of innovative money transfer services, and Econet Wireless, the leading mobile operator in Zimbabwe, Wednesday announced the launch ... Full story

Zim Death Row Inmates Fight Capital Punishment

By Professor Matodzi Harare, October 20, 2015 – More than 10 Zimbabwean prisoners on death-row and others serving life imprisonment terms are banking on the Constitutional ... Full story

Wits Closes Until Monday As UCT Faces Campus Violence

JOHANNESBURG, October 20, 2015 -The University of the Witwatersrand has suspended all academic activities until next week Monday, following the on-going student protests against fee ... Full story

YAFM Struggling To Attract Advertising

ZVISHAVANE,October 20, 2015 - Recently-launched Zvishavane-based YAFM radio station is struggling to attract advertising, its chief executive officer Munyaradzi Hwengwere has revealed. The privately-owned radio station, ... Full story

Hwange Court Dismisses Defence Applications In Cecil Trial

The Hwange Magistrates’ Court has dismissed two applications made by the defence council in the matter of the holder of a professional hunter`s license Theodor ... Full story

Demonstrating Wits Students Threaten To Beat Up Journalists

JOHANNESBURG,October 20, 2015 - Students from the University of the Witwatersrand protesting against fee increases threatened to beat up journalists on Tuesday. A News24 journalist and ... Full story

Nambitha Not Returning To Generations

Johannesburg, October 19, 2015 - Actress Nambitha Mpumlawana who played Mawande Mememla on Generations rubbished reports that she will be returning the SABC1 soapie. A fan ... Full story

Zim Opposition May Take Grace To court Over Brazil Loan

Harare,October 19, 2015– Zimbabwe's opposition parties are reportedly mulling a collective court action against First Lady Grace Mugabe, whom they accuse of abusing a $98m ... Full story

Zim Govt Battling To Feed Its People: Mnangagwa

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly hinted that the Zimbabwean government is struggling to feed thousands of people as hunger continues to grip the southern ... Full story

Dinha Corruption Trial Postponed To Friday

HARARE, October 19, 2015 – The High court on Monday postponed to Friday the trial of a top ally of President Robert Mugabe and his ... Full story

NSSA Fires Top Directors In Major Shakeup

Harare, October 19, 2015-The National Social Security Authority’s (NSSA) has announced a major restructuring exercise which will affect critical posts at the organisation. In a statement, ... Full story

SA Higher Education Ministry Steps In To Resolve Varsity Protests

South Africa's Higher Education Minster Blade Nzimande will convene a meeting with representatives of various universities in Cape Town on Tuesday to discuss the tuition ... Full story

Gambling In Zimbabwe: An Essential Part Of The Economy

Between a hard hit economy under the defacto one party dictatorship of Robert Mugabe dating to the 1980s, and a generally poor economy on the ... Full story

Traditional Beliefs Hamper Male Circumcision

By Mark Mhukayesango SHURUGWI, October 19, 2015-Surgical male circumcision has been treated with disdain by many men in Zimbabwe , who have shunned the practice ... Full story

Wits University Considers Protesting Students' Demands Seriously

Chairperson of the Wits University Executive council, Dr Randall Carolissen, says they are taking the demands of protesting students seriously.  However Carolissen emphasized to the ... Full story

Zim Govt Owes Councils US$50m

Government owes over US$50 million to the country’s major municipalities, Harare, Bulawayo, Mutare, Gweru, and Masvingo as arrears for service delivered — resulting in the ... Full story

George Charamba Pockets US$228 000 From PSMAS

WHILE media reports last year unearthed that President Robert Mugabe’s spokesperson George Charamba, a former board member of Premier Service Medical Aid Society (Psmas), had ... Full story

'I Will Not Stop What I Am Doing'- Grace

FIRST Lady, Grace Mugabe, Wednesday declared that she would continue her shellacking political crusades until the 2018 general elections.  She was addressing thousands of Zanu(PF) ... Full story

Zanu (PF) Headed For Major Shake Up,Expulsions

Crisis-torn Zanu(PF) could be headed for another root-and-branch shake-up, which might result in a new wave of expulsions of key party functionaries ahead of the ... Full story

Grace Blasts War Vets

RUSHINGA-First Lady Grace Mugabe has blasted war veterans, warning that their participation in the war of liberation was not a passport to misbehave. Addressing thousands of ... Full story

Wetlands Farming A Ray Of Hope For Tongogara Families

By Mark Mhukayesango TONGOGARA-For years ,Sylvia Magwenzi used to scrounge for food to sustain her family after being left to bear the burden following the ... Full story

Govt Offers Mahachi $100 000 Exit Package

Negotiations for former Harare Town Clerk, Dr Tendai Mahachi’s exit package have reached a deadlock. Dr Mahachi is demanding US$1 million but the government is said ... Full story

New School Language Policy: Charity Begins At Home

By Sij Ncube HARARE, October 14, 2015 – PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s government has intimated it wants to make mandatory the teaching of foreign languages at all ... Full story

Playboy Magazine To Drop Naked Women Images

Playboy magazine is to stop publishing images of naked women as part of its redesign, it has emerged. Its US owners say the internet has made ... Full story

Malaysian Flight MH17 Shot Down By Russian-Built Buk Missile: Report

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine by a Russian-made Buk missile, the Dutch Safety Board concluded on Tuesday in its final ... Full story

BancABC's Parent Company Atlas Mara Targets Acquisitions In 7 African countries

ATLAS Mara, owners of Pan-African banking group BancABC say they are looking to expand into seven more countries in sub-Saharan Africa through acquisitions, taking advantage ... Full story

Delta's Parent Company SABMiller Sold For US$104 Billion

SABMiller which owns Zimbabwe’s leading beverage concern, Delta Corporation has agreed to sell itself to Anheuser-Busch InBev for US$104 billion in a deal that will ... Full story

An Open Letter To A Person With Mental Illness

Dear Person With Mental Illness, You are not a monster. You are a valuable, unique, wonderful human being who deserves everything grand that this life has ... Full story

Hillary Clinton Joins Donald Trump Protest

LAS VEGAS -- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took aim at Donald Trump Monday evening, making a surprise appearance at a labor protest right outside his Trump ... Full story

Zim Ministers Warned Against Discord

Government has been reminded of the dangers of policy contradictions and discord on major economic policies. An acceptable way of handling the country’s debt is crucial ... Full story

Mutodi Complainant Withdraws

Legal squabbles at Energy Mutodi’s National Housing Development Trust which saw him dragged to court on allegations of swindling hundreds of thousands of dollars from ... Full story

Muvhango Actor Dies

Johannesburg - Sammy Moeti who played Vho-Mushasha, the sangoma and healer of the people in Thathe, in Muvhango died on Monday morning. The Muvhango team announced ... Full story

Kombayi Ordered To Pay Money He Spent On Tsvangirai

By Mark Mhukayesango Gweru, October 12, 2015-Suspended Gweru Mayor Hamutendi Kombayi has been ordered to pay back $1875,00 rate payers money which he allegedly used ... Full story

Charamba Cementing Status As Zim's New Media Hangman

By Sij Ncube HARARE, October 12, 2015 – President Robert Mugabe’s spokesperson George Charamba has intimated the administration wants to fast-track more repressive media laws to ... Full story

Zuma Rules Out 3rd Term

JOHANNESBURG -African National Congress (ANC) president, Jacob Zuma, said he would never take part in elections for a third term as party leader, even if ... Full story

PF Warns Military Against Making Inflammatory Statements

Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s People First (PF) political movement has warned army officers and securocrats to stay clear of civilian political processes and making inflammatory ... Full story

Rehabilitation Of Harare-Beitbridge Set To Commence In March

By Itai Muzondo Masvingo, October 12, 2015–The rehabilitation of the The Harare – Beitbridge road which serves as a major interlink within Southern Africa is set ... Full story

Govt To introduce International Languages At Primary School Level

Government says it will soon introduce major international languages such as Portuguese, Swahili, French and Zulu at primary school level in addition to vocational and ... Full story

Rights Group Holds Govt Liable For Chingwizi School Dropouts

Harare, October 12, 2015 – Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has blamed government slipups in the forced relocation of some Chingwizi villagers for causing ... Full story

In- Fighting, Division Costing ANC Dearly, Says Zuma

JOHANNESBURG,October 9, 2015 - Negative tendencies such as the bulk buying of membership and gate keeping were costing the African National Congress (ANC)votes, party president ... Full story

Blatter Appeals Against FIFA Suspension

ZURICH - Sepp Blatter has filed an official appeal against his suspension from soccer by FIFA's ethics committee, the New York Times reported. Blatter, the Swiss ... Full story

Army Urged To Stay Away From Politics

Since Zimbabwe’s Independence in 1980, the security sector, particularly the military, has waded into the country’s political affairs, shredding their constitutional mandate to pieces and ... Full story

Bosso Unmoved By Tshinga's Revamp Calls

The Highlanders executive is unmoved by calls from club benefactor Tshinga Dube to resign on the back of the team’s poor form which has ... Full story

Mutsvangwa Tears Into G40 'Lunatics'

War Veterans minister Chris Mutsvangwa Thursday tore into the so-called G40 group of Young Turks in Zanu PF warning the ruling party’s old guard would ... Full story

Grace Usurps Mugabe’s Power As ‘Bedroom Coup’ Comes To Pass

By Sij Ncube HARARE, October 9, 2015 – IT does not need a political science introductory lecture to decipher who is in charge of Zanu (PF) ... Full story

Langa Fights For Political Survival As World Crumbles Around Him

Former minister of sports and recreation, Andrew Langa, who was unceremoniously dismissed last month by President Robert Mugabe, is now fighting for his political life ... Full story

Explosive Zanu (PF) Annual Conference Looms

THE strife-torn ruling Zanu(PF) party is headed for a crunch December annual conference at which factional foes are expected to amplify their conflict over the ... Full story

Shun Factionalism,Take Advantage Of Chaos In MDC-T: Grace

CHIMANIMANI, October 8, 2015-Zimbabwe's First Lady, who is also the Zanu (PF) Secretary for Women's Affairs, Dr Grace Mugabe has castigated her party members still ... Full story

USA,UK $43m Aid Set To Boost Zim's Food Security

HARARE,October 8, 2015.The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Kingdom Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) have jointly launched humanitarian assistance ... Full story

Refurbishment Of Zaka Irrigation Scheme Stalled As Severe Hunger Bites

By Itai Muzondo MASVINGO-October 8, 2015 – One of Zaka’s biggest life saving but now reportedly dilapidated irrigation scheme has remained unrefurbished despite election campaign promises by ... Full story

Zim Women Toil, Eke A Living From Selling Sand

By Mark Mhukayesango GWERU, October 8, 2015 - Sand poaching is an illegal practice, but for women in Vungu it is their only source of ... Full story

MDC-T Supporter Arrested Over Mugabe Wrong Speech Taunt

By Professor Matodzi Bindura, October 8, 2015 – An opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) supporter has been arrested for taunting President Robert Mugabe over the ... Full story

Chinotimba Shocks Mahlangu Family

BUHERA South MP Joseph Chinotimba (Zanu PF) Tuesday shocked the family of the late Nkulumane MP and MDC-T deputy national organising secretary Thamsanqa Mhlangu when ... Full story

Cosatu Calls For Ban On Labour Brokers

Johannesburg, October 7, 2015 - Congress of the South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) president S'dumo Dlamini has reiterated that only a total ban on labour ... Full story

SA Interracial Marriage Trends Reveal Improved Tolerance

The findings of a new study at North-West University in Mahikeng in South Africa about changes in interracial marriages have raised hopes that race relations ... Full story

Prioritise Resource Availability,Boost Food Security-Karoi Residents Urge Govt

By Criswell Chisango KAROI,October 7, 2015-Government must priotise resource availability to avoid doctored information on food security as key component to economic growth. Contributing during a budget consultation ... Full story

Suspended Gweru Councillors Vow To Defy Kasukuwere

By Mark Mhukayesango GWERU, October 7, 2015 -A group of suspended Gweru Councillors have vowed to resume work in defiance of  Minister Saviour Kasukuwere's challenge ... Full story

Ghana Suspends 12 High Court Judges Over Bribery Scandal

Accra, October 6, 2015-Ghana has suspended seven of 12 High Court judges implicated in allegations of bribery stemming from a documentary made by an investigative ... Full story

Disso Residents Condemned To Abject Poverty In Mashava

By Itai Muzondo Masvingo, October 6, 2015– Water has reportedly been a challenge in most parts of the nation for various reasons with the most common ... Full story

Mvuma Town Goes To The Dogs

By Mark Mhukayesango October 6,2015-Mvuma town has over the years degenerated into a  ghost town from what used to be a prosperous mining town with so ... Full story

Zhuwao 10% Levy Intended To Fleece Businesses

By Sij Ncube Harare, October 6, 2015 - President Robert Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao, is exhibiting signs of a very excited young men after his recent appointment as ... Full story

Prof Moyo’s No Maths, Science, No Degree Proposal Stirs Hornet’s Nest

Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo has stirred a hornet’s nest by declaring that secondary school students who fail maths and science will not ... Full story

Number Of Black SA CEOs Declines-Report

Cape Town,October 5, 2015 - There has been a decline in the number of black South African CEOs, according to the 2015 Jack Hammer Executive ... Full story

ANC Presses For Establishment Of SA Media Appeals Tribunal

Johannesburg, October 5, 2015-The ruling ANC in South Africa is forging ahead with setting up a Media Appeals Tribunal.  The party says parliament will have ... Full story

Gweru Suspensions: Kasukuwere Ministry Defies High Court Order

The Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing says it will not accept the High Court order to reinstate suspended Gweru Mayor, Hamutendi ... Full story

Two Waste Solutions Employees Die In Suspected Chemical Poisoning

Harare October 5-Two people, a truck driver and his assistant, have died in a suspected chemical poisoning case. The crew of a honey sucker vehicle are ... Full story

Garikai/Hlalani Kuhle Housing Initiative Fails To Live Up To Its Name

By Jeffrey Moyo Harare, October 5, 2015-TEN years after grandstanding and undertaking to provide decent accommodation to citizens in dire need, the Zimbabwean government has gone ... Full story