PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government says it will set up subsidised grocery shops in army barracks to cushion restive members of the uniformed forces from the rising cost of living, but made no indication of how it intends to solve the wider crisis.
DUBAI-based Albwardy Investments will with effect from this Sunday take full control of Meikles Hotel operations after buying the iconic facility for US$20 million.
THE Warriors will play their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group H qualifier against Algeria in South Africa next month, following the decision by the Confederation of African Football (Caf) to ban all stadiums in Zimbabwe which have been declared unfit to host international matches.
ONE of the only two surviving members of the original Chazezesa Challengers band, Leeroy Lunga, yesterday said it appeared as if Fanuel “System” Tazvida died with the original sound of Kanindo origin (smoko), which his heirs failed to sustain.
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa and former Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa have been sucked into a US$9 million saga for the rehabilitation of Grain Marketing Board (GMB) silos fronted by millers, which has become the latest subject of investigations by Parliament.
LOCAL film producer Bustop TV has released a hilarious skit titled Kutsotsonya Constitution in which the comedians mock the Zanu PF government’s bid to amend the country’s governance charter through Constitutional Amendment No 2.
POLICE have increased their presence in and out of Harare in apparent readiness to quash attempts by restless opposition supporters and workers in the wake of threats of massive protests to pressure President Emmerson Mnangagwa to end the crisis bedevilling the country.
THE Warriors’ 2021 African Cup of Nations (Afcon) and 2022 World Cup bids have been dealt a huge blow after the Confederation of African Football (Caf) condemned all Zimbabwean stadia for failure to satisfy the minimum international standards.
LEGISLATORS yesterday rubbished a report by the Parliamentary Privileges Committee, set up to investigate four MPs on allegations of trying to get a $400 000 bribe from Bulawayo businessman James Goddard, saying it was embarrassing that Parliament investigated rumours started by alleged conman Shepherd Tundiya.
THE escalating levels of poverty among underpaid civil servants is forcing government workers to engage in criminal activities in order to survive, a teachers’ union has said.