YESTERDAY, February 14, Zimbabweans in relationships celebrated Valentine’s Day.
Since 31 December 2019 when the Constitutional Amendment Bill No 2 was published in the Government Gazette various groups of women have been meeting to try and understand what it means and what the Executive arm of government is trying to do.
TWENTY-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD Nomsa (not her real name) is a bitter woman after two of her daughters were raped by the same man — their uncle.
IN the run-up to this year’s edition of Valentine’s Day — touted internationally as a day set aside for lovers commemorated yesterday — a meme of a 10kg pack of Red Seal roller meal made the rounds on social media with the caption, “spoil your loved one this Valentine’s”.
NGEZI Platinum Stars coach Rodwell Dhlakama is predicting a fascinating Castle Lager Premier Soccer League race which will involve at least seven teams fighting for the title.
SINGERS helping other singers get their big break in the music business is always desirable and valuable, so when singer-songwriter Takura Shonhai gave his input to the current DStv talent show Old Mutual Amazing Voices, there was more than a measure of gratefulness among the contestants.
THE estranged wife of Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga, Marry, who is facing charges of fraud and attempted murder, has filed a notice to apply for refusal of further remand if the State fails to provide her with a trial date.
HARARE regional magistrate Elijah Makomo has dismissed an application for discharge filed by former Health minister, David Parirenyatwa, who is being charged with abuse of office for ordering the irregular appointment of Newman Madzikwa as the managing director of NatPharm.
CIVIC society organisations operating under the Matabeleland Collective banner yesterday told President Emmerson Mnangagwa that people in the region did not believe he was sincere about addressing the Gukurahundi issue.
FORMER Zanu PF national youth commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu has vowed to continue with the anti-corruption fight, saying plans were at an advanced stage for the first ever anti-corruption conference slated for February 20 under the banner of Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Citizens Taskforce.