In what is fast becoming a new form of social media activism in Zimbabwe, an unidentified man complains about service delivery and government’s double standards. (more…)
EMBATTLED Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko has reportedly been ordered to temporarily vacate his presidential suite at Rainbow Towers Hotel to pave way for visiting Sierra Leonean President Ernest Bai Koroma.
CHAOS rocked Parliament yesterday as Kuwadzana East MP Nelson Chamisa (MDC-T) and Zvishavane-Ngezi MP John Holder (Zanu PF) nearly exchanged blows during a heated debate over the fast-tracked Local Government Bill.
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has admitted that the country’s economy is navigating in troubled waters, making it difficult to attain the 2016 National Budget targets.
The Constitutional Court yesterday postponed indefinitely an application by a Harare man seeking to challenge the government’s decision compelling all schoolchildren to recite the national pledge following indications that Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora was engaged in consultative meetings with various churches.
INTERNATIONALLY-RECOGNISED anti-corruption campaigner, John Githongo, yesterday urged Zimbabweans to adopt “social sanctions” to smoke out and invoke public anger against corrupt people to effectively fight the vice.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s administration has disregarded the country’s opposition, as it revives efforts to restore relations with the West.
LOCAL Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere lost his battle to keep Harare mayor Bernard Manyenyeni on suspension, after the High Court ruled the Mt Pleasant councillor could resume his duties.
A senior police officer was reportedly left for dead, when apostolic sect members turned violent at the weekend, after an ill-fated attempt to rescue a church leader, who had been allegedly kidnapped in Madziwa.
A SHORTAGE of basic commodities is looming in the country, unless the current cash crisis is effectively addressed before the end of the year, analysts have warned.