Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) leader Joice Mujuru says she is perplexed by President Robert Mugabe’s continued use of inflammatory and hate language.
ZIMBABWE is in danger of a civil insurrection if the persecution of former freedom fighters and hate language is not curtailed, Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) chairperson, Christopher Mutsvangwa has warned.
IN the midst of the thick bushes, a series of randomly scattered homesteads of thatch and pole structures stick out like a sore thumb in this apparently wild environment.
Eyestone settlers yesterday accused Harare South MP and Zanu PF provincial political commissar Shadreck Mashayamombe of being behind the demolition of houses built by members of Mvurachenachena Housing Co-operative.
TWO senior United States officials have compared President Robert Mugabe’s weird nature to that of that country’s Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association secretary for information and publicity Douglas Mahiya (61) yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court on charges of undermining the authority of the President. Mahiya was remanded in custody to today for bail application.
The Supreme Court yesterday granted Crowhill Properties relief to enforce a High Court judgment to evict war veteran Adwell Chiminya from Borrowdale’s Remainder of Echo farm.
A MAZOWE gold miner has accused police officers of grabbing his mine and parcelling it out to Chinese nationals.
The Prosecutor-General (PG’s) Office has urged the High Court to dismiss an application by suspended PG Johannes Tomana seeking bail and surety refund, saying he intended to flee the jurisdiction of the country’s courts.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has presided over a wicked administration that has wrought evil on his people in the past three-and-a-half decades, United States-based Zimbabwean scholar Ken Mufuka said yesterday.