NIGERIAN superstar David “Davido” Adeleke touched down at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport yesterday ahead of tomorrow’s 30 Billion Concert at Harare International Conference Centre.
AS the pre-election mass hysteria sweeps the nation, there are still some people with their feet firmly on the ground, who are refusing to be caught up in this dizzying atmosphere, where some people are getting extremely excited as if they have just seen a rock star, a crush, a celebrity that makes them speechless or incompetent of acting normal.
MAZOWE South Zanu PF legislator Fortune Chasi (pictured) has proposed that the ruling party and opposition MDC-T should engage the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) to run their primary elections to deal with numerous complaints of malpractices within the parties.
Former South Africa Football Association (Safa) presidential nominee Ace Ncobo has revealed that Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) president Phillip Chiyangwa lied about representing Fifa during his recent visit to the country.
THE battle for former Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s Tsholotsho North seat has intensified with retired army officer, Sibangumuzi Khumalo and former MDC Senator Believe Gaule set to clash in the Zanu PF primary elections slated for May 5.
FORMER President Robert Mugabe reportedly rejected an invitation from his predecessor President Emmerson Mnangagwa to attend this year’s Independence Day celebrations in Harare yesterday.
BULAWAYO Metropolitan Affairs minister, Angeline Masuku, has hailed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administrationfor rescuing the nation from former President Robert Mugabe’s oppressive rule last November.
There are a number of events in the past few weeks that flew under the radar, which I feel deserve more scrutiny, as they could have a telling effect on the route Zimbabwe takes in the not so distant future.
SIX people died on the spot and one on admission to Rusape General Hospital yesterday when a suspected pirate taxi they were travelling in burst a tyre and collided with a lorry near Nyazura along the Mutare-Harare Highway.
Bulawayo City win 4-3 in a penalty shootout