China is shedding few tears over the ousting of its old friend Robert Mugabe as President of Zimbabwe, fed up with the ruinous state of its economy and confident a new government will not antagonise the Asian country or change course on policies towards it.
THE Midlands State University (MSU) has once again deferred its graduation ceremony, which had been scheduled for tomorrow, as the date was clashing with the inauguration of President-designate Emmerson Mnangagwa.
AN EPWORTH resident, who was brought to court by his former wife over $3 000 maintenance arrears, yesterday exposed her former partner by submitting evidence she was claiming maintenance from another man.
DYNAMOS player Denver Mukamba is refusing to shed off the bad boy image and has continued with his wayward behaviour despite sitting on a final warning.
HUNDREDS of villagers at Arnold Farm in Mazowe yesterday stormed former First Lady Grace Mugabe’s property to celebrate her husband’s downfall, whom they accused of brutalising and turning them into paupers in a quest to expand her family empire.
VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko, who was in Japan when the military took control of the levers of power on Tuesday last week, is reportedly making plans to seek refuge in either Zambia or Mozambique as he fears arrest if he returns home.
A 26-YEAR-OLD Truevine Ministry pastor was yesterday convicted by a Harare magistrate for stealing an iPhone valued at $1 200 from a fellow pastor.
FORMER Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected back in the country today as he prepares to take over the reins of power after President Robert Mugabe resigned from office yesterday.
ZIMBABWEANS yesterday took to the streets to celebrate President Robert Mugabe’s long-awaited resignation.
THE Midlands State University (MSU) has said the graduation ceremony scheduled for Friday is still on.