FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe might still have her day in court in South Africa on charges of assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, as minority rights group, AfriForum, says it wants to challenge her immunity, which the government granted.
MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai has buckled under pressure and agreed to meet various party structures in the Matabeleland region to explain the nature of the MDC Alliance before its official launch in Bulawayo next month.
ZANU PF Bulawayo provincial youth leader Magura Charumbira has been disowned by his father, Johannes, who described him as “rogue” following a leaked audio tape where he was reportedly recorded making unpalatable remarks about Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko.
TEN people died, while 13 others were injured yesterday, when two commuter omnibuses collided just before Musami Cross business centre along the Harare-Nyamapanda Highway. Of the 10, four died on the spot, while the other six died on admission to Parirenyatwa and Musami hospitals, where they had been taken to.
THE Zanu PF government recently declared President Robert Mugabe’s birthday, February 21, a public holiday in honour of the veteran politician who turns 94 next year. However, the move has received mixed reactions from a cross section of society, including opposition parties, who dismissed it as a bootlicking exercise.
FRESH details have emerged that South African doctors — who performed a minor surgery on Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa (pictured) last Wednesday — reportedly detected traces of palladium poison which had partly damaged part of his liver, NewsDay has learnt.
ONE of President Robert Mugabe’s sons Robert Jr reportedly bumped into a pregnant South African waiter, forcing her to abort her baby in the mayhem that followed First Lady Grace Mugabe’s storming a Johannesburg hotel before savagely assaulting a model on Sunday last week.
HOTEL operators in Victoria Falls reportedly provided free accommodation to hundreds of tourists left stranded at the weekend following the last-minute cancellation of their flights following a rift between Air Zimbabwe and South Africa Airways over non-payment of permit fees.
THE Khumalo clan has named 32-year-old Bulelani Colin Lobengula Khumalo as heir apparent to the Ndebele crown, ending speculation over the throne which had remained vacant since the last king was overthrown by colonial settlers in 1893.