MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai has blasted the government’s inertia in solving the cash crisis, saying this must serve as an eye opener to the electorate that the Zanu PF government lacks ideas to deal with the economy.
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FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday reportedly stopped five top Zanu PF officials, tasked by President Robert Mugabe to investigate the party’s beleaguered political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere, from travelling to Bindura, amid reports that rival factions had bussed hundreds of their supporters to the venue to disrupt the meeting.
DYNAMOS left it very late to snatch a victory against a resolute Hwange at the Colliery Stadium yesterday to record their first win of the campaign, a victory that will release pressure on coach Lloyd Mutasa.
ZANU PF Nyanga North legislator, Hubert Nyanhongo last week ended a three-week spell in remand prison following his arrest on allegation of possession of a live pangolin.
LANDS and Rural Resettlement permanent secretary, Grace Tsitsi Mutandiro, has filed an opposing affidavit in a matter in which a provincial weekly newspaper, Masvingo Mirror, is seeking an order compelling Lands minister Douglas Mombeshora to name the 213 people, who were allocated sugarcane plots in Chiredzi.
SHABANIE MINE and Harare City shared spoils in a goalless stalemate at Maglas Stadium, a result that will heap more pressure on City coach, Mike Madzivanyika, whose side continue to stutter.
THE legacy of the late legendary arts icon, Walter Muparutsa lives on as Gifford Boys High School from Bulawayo make a maiden appearance at the forthcoming edition of the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) in Harare.
I don’t not think there is a country in Southern Africa which is as colourful and dramatic as Zimbabwe these days. Maybe South Africa, but theirs is single line story — one underlined by calls for President Jacob Zuma to leave office.
HIGHLANDERS striker, Godfrey Makaruse made a triumphant return to action after grabbing the winner for his side in a thrilling Castle Premiership encounter against visiting ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.
Ten years ago, former bricklayer, Samuel Musengi was allocated a nine-hectare plot to cultivate in Zimbabwe, as part of an accelerated phase of land reform programme that saw tens of thousands of black families resettled on what were once vast, mostly white-owned commercial farms.