Former Mashonaland West governor, Peter Chanetsa was this week slapped with an indefinite prison term, but later spared time behind bars after CBZ Bank accepted his payment plan to settle a $19 000 debt.
PAUL Matavire, the late immensely gifted musician, enriched Zimbabwe’s music tradition. Today, one has to part with some dollars to access his songs from online sites like Deezer.com, licensed under Believe Music and The Orchard Music.
Ntabazinduna Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni, has lashed out at the “pittance” the government pays traditional chiefs as allowances, while accusing the centralised governance system “for achieving what colonialism failed to achieve” in terms of oppressing black people. Addressing journalists at the Bulawayo Press Club on Thursday evening, the traditional leader said the institution of chieftainship has […]
ACTING President Emmerson Mnangagwa has defended President Robert Mugabe’s 36-year-old rule, arguing the 92-year-old leader is still capable of managing the country’s affairs, despite increasing pressure from different groups to step down over his failure to revive the fortunes of the country.
ENVIRONMENT, Water and Climate minister Oppah Muchinguri has said Zimbabwe will defend its right to trade in elephant products at the 17th conference of parties (Cop 17) to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites), which opens in Johannesburg, South Africa, tomorrow.
Cash-strapped Kwekwe City Council plans to lobby the government to get powers to garnishee bank accounts of its debtors to ease its financial woes.
Fifty ONE Epworth protesters, who are facing trial over public violence allegations following demonstrations against corruption at police roadblocks, on Thursday filed an application for refusal of further remand after the State failed to provide them with a trial date.
OPPOSITION political parties under the banner of the National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) yesterday postponed the Chitungwiza protest to attend to victims of police brutality in last Saturday’s demonstrations.
OPPOSITION parties and health stakeholders have reacted angrily to the deteriorating standards of healthcare in the country, with some calling for a complete overhaul of the entire ministry presiding over the decay.
The Roman Catholic Church is expanding its influence in Masvingo Diocese, where massive projects to establish new parishes, schools, clinics and self-sustenance projects are underway.