Watch video of Kadoma-based businessmen, Munyaradzi Matombo, vowing to continue the fight against the rot in government and blasting Defence Forces Commander General Constantino Chiwenga for threatening citizens over growing protests against the government. (more…)
A SELF-PROCLAIMED Kwekwe prophet who last year “prophesied” that former Vice-President Joice Mujuru had been anointed by God to take over from President Robert Mugabe, has been acquitted on charges of stealing a cellphone and cash from a soldier.
UNEMPLOYED Youth Organisation (UYO) in partnership with organisers of the #Tajamuka campaign yesterday took to Epworth on the outskirts of Harare mobilising young people to demand their democratic rights towards a better Zimbabwe.
VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s tenuous position faces renewed pressure amid growing calls to convert Zanu PF’s annual people’s conference set for Masvingo into an elective extraordinary congress to push him out
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai believes the only way to bring about the much-needed electoral reforms in the country is to apply pressure on the government.
Former Mabvuku/Tafara MP (MDC-T) Timothy Mubhawu’s wife, Moline Elizabeth, yesterday kept contradicting herself while under cross-examination by the defence lawyer at the Harare Magistrates’ Court.
Several church groups are expected to take to the streets of Harare tomorrow to protest against the government before submitting a petition to Parliament calling for a motion to impeach President Robert Mugabe over his failure to arrest the current challenges facing the country.
Hundreds of small-scale miners in Mukaradzi, Mt Darwin, were reportedly left stranded on Friday night after police destroyed their makeshift shelters, accusing them of invading the gold-rich area
MAIN opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has said preparations for Friday’s mega demonstration involving 18 opposition parties were at an advanced stage.
THE British government says it has injected $70 million to jumpstart Zimbabwe’s agricultural sector in the next four years, despite the frosty relations existing between Harare and its former colonial master following the seizure of white-owned commercial farms by the Zanu PF regime in 2000.