HARARE’s central business district (CBD) descended into chaos yesterday, as suspected Zanu PF youths, masquerading as disgruntled vendors, unleashed a reign of terror against ordinary people and shops—looting and damaging property, as they engaged in, on the face of it, running battles with the police.
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Border Strikers coach Luke Masomere has backed his team to deal a blow to FC Platinum’s chances of winning the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title when the two team clash at Dulivhadzimu Stadium this afternoon.
A 27-YEAR-OLD Marondera man will rue the day he decided to steal live electric copper cables after he was sentenced to an effective 10-year jail term for theft, in addition to losing his arm while committing the offence.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will not get India’s support in his audacious bid to pull out of the United Nations and form a new global organisation.
A PLAY produced by Theatre for Everyone, titled Untikolotshi, which has been making waves in Bulawayo, is set to be among the highlights at Intwasa Arts Festival KoBulawayo, which roars to life today.
A REGISTRAR of Companies official yesterday testified at the Harare Magistrates’ Court in a case in which a Harare businesswoman and her son are accused of swindling $460 000 from a local businessman.
THE Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) says funding for the National Roads Conditions Survey undertaken earlier this year is lagging behind amid early estimates that $5 billion is required to rehabilitate the country’s road network
THE opposition MDC-T holds its 17th anniversary celebrations on Saturday in Bulawayo, with officials saying the event will be low-key owing to the harsh economic climate.
THE Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill will put in place measures to stop externalising money through a clause which stipulates that mining title holders must bank in Zimbabwe, an official has said. (more…)
KWEKWE City Council is at odds with the Urban Development Corporation (Udcorp), accusing the government body of incompetence and milking the local authority, a year after it produced a damning audit report alleging nearly $1 million could have been stolen from council.