WHEN World Health Organisation (WHO) director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced four days ago that President Robert Mugabe had been appointed the United Nations agency’s goodwill ambassador for non-communicable diseases in Africa, Zimbabweans were dumbfounded.
A SHADOWY State media columnist going by the pseudonym Bishop Lazarus has warned embattled Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa to prepare for war as the internal power struggle in Zanu PF heads for the home stretch.
Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CZR) president Denford Mutashu has warned some retailers in parts of the Midlands province, who reject mobile money in their shops preferring cash transactions.
After an opening day full of optimism, Zimbabwe were brought down to earth on day two of their first Test against touring West Indies after they were bowled out for 159 in their reply to the visitors’ first innings total of 219 at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo yesterday.
THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says foreign currency generation from other sources apart from exports has dwindled which can be blamed on declining confidence in the economy.
POLICE in Matabeleland South on Saturday reportedly barricaded the main road leading to Bhalagwe mine shaft in Kezi, effectively stopping the planned Gukurahundi commemorations at the site.