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ActionAid pledges more support towards justice

Mabenge emphasized the need to address gender-based violence (GBV), which persists due to the patriarchal nature of society.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jun. 24, 2024
CIO trailing me: CCC candidate
CIO trailing me: CCC candidate
Last weekend, Cheza held a CCC meeting at Mapiravana business centre in Chirumanzu, where CIO officers from Gweru were reportedly deployed.
By Stephen Chadenga Aug. 9, 2023
E-Creator fraud: Fourth suspect nabbed
Abraham Mutambu, who had relocated to his rural home in Chihota evading arrest, appeared before magistrate Yeukai Dzuda, who remanded him to today for bail application.
By Desmond Chingarande Aug. 8, 2023
‘Informal sector curtailing productivity’
THE World Bank (WB) has urged Zimbabwe to formalise its economy saying high informalisation is suppressing productivity and long-term development.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 25, 2022
EU’s Barnier says: just hours left for a Brexit trade deal

BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) – Britain and European Union have just hours left to navigate the very narrow path to a trade deal that would prevent the most turbulent finale to the Brexit crisis in less than two weeks’ time, EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said on Friday. As talks go down to the wire, both sides […]

By Newsday Dec. 18, 2020
Guinea ministers ‘to declare assets to curb corruption’

In a move aimed at curbing corruption, Guinea’s re-elected President Alpha Condé has said that all ministers in his new cabinet will have to declare their assets and those of their relatives. Any company with close ties to them would be barred from bidding for government contracts, he added. Mr Condé, 82, was speaking at […]

By The NewsDay Dec. 16, 2020
Bail hearing for MDC youth leader deferred

BY BRENNA MATENDERE INCARCERATED MDC Alliance youth national organising secretary Godfrey Kurauwone’s bail hearing was yesterday deferred to today at Masvingo High court because the State had not responded to his application for freedom. Kurauwone, who is also a Masvingo councillor, was denied the freedom at the lower courts last week. He is charged with […]

By The NewsDay Aug. 13, 2020
I am following the constitution in recalling MPs: Mudenda

BY KENNETH NYANGANI SPEAKER of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda (pictured) has said he does not enjoy recalling legislators, but was mandated to follow the Constitution. He made the remarks in Mutare on Thursday at the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines Mining Development meeting to review legislation and policies governing the mining industry in Zimbabwe. […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 25, 2020
Chaos rocks MDC-T

BY MOSES MATENGA CHAOS and fierce factional fights continue to rock the Thokozani Khupe-led MDC-T faction after a camp sympathetic to acting secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora nominated him to take over as party leader ahead of the planned extra-ordinary congress. The development reportedly irked acting party chairperson Morgen Komichi, who on Thursday threatened disciplinary action against […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 25, 2020
United Nations calls out ED

BY MOSES MATENGA/BRENNA MATENDERE THE United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHCR) has reacted angrily to increasing cases of human rights abuses in Zimbabwe under the cover of the COVID-19 lockdown. In a statement yesterday, UNHCR spokesperson Liz Throssell said citizens should not be persecuted for protesting peacefully. This came as several international media and human […]

By The NewsDay Jul. 25, 2020
Le Savage launches new music video

BULAWAYO artiste Stuart Chikuni, popularly known by the stage name Stewie Le Savage yesterday launched his first music video titled Revelations.

By The NewsDay Jul. 2, 2020
Zimbabweans have an ultimate duty of freeing themselves from the jaws of a crocodile

Everytime I travel to and from the US, I have noticed, the flight crew will always ask those who are serving or have served in the military to board first. 

By The NewsDay Jun. 12, 2020
Zim govt at war with citizens: MDC Alliance

THE Nelson Chamisa-led MDC Alliance has accused the Zanu PF government of “being at war with its citizens” and trying to impose a one party state though its constant attacks on the opposition and other pro-democracy forces.

By The Standard Jun. 11, 2020
MDC Alliance activists trial in false start

THE trial of MDC Alliance Midlands youth chairperson Sekai Marashe and three party activists from Kwekwe, accused of holding an illegal demonstration against President Emmerson Mnangagwa, failed to take off on Monday as the State requested more time to put its house in order.

By The NewsDay Jun. 10, 2020
Tendai Biti: The story of my arrest in Mnangagwa’s tinpot Zimbabwe

A week is a long time in President Emmerson Mnangangwa’s Zimbabwe.

By The NewsDay Jun. 10, 2020
Teachers petition govt over schools re-opening

SEVEN teachers’ unions yesterday petitioned Primary and Secondary Education minister Cain Mathema to stop the re-opening of schools until COVID-19 is effectively contained.

By The NewsDay May. 27, 2020
Authorities must reveal whereabouts of missing activists

Zimbabwean authorities should immediately investigate the disappearance of opposition activists Netsai Marova, Joana Mamombe, and Cecilia Chimbiri. By Freedom House In response to the arrest and disappearance of three opposition activists in Zimbabwe, Freedom House issued the following statement: “We are profoundly concerned by the disappearance of Netsai Marova, Joana Mamombe, and Cecilia Chimbiri. Zimbabwean authorities must […]

By The NewsDay May. 15, 2020
Authorities must account for the disappearance of three opposition leaders

Authorities in Zimbabwe must urgently account for three missing female leaders from the opposition Movement for Democratic Change – Alliance (MDC-Alliance) and ensure their safe return, Amnesty International said today amid growing fears for their safety. By Amnesty International The three MDC-Alliance youth leaders, Joana Mamombe (MP for Harare West), Cecelia Chinembiri (MDC Alliance Youth Assembly […]

By The NewsDay May. 15, 2020
Mwonzora reinstates Victoria Falls mayor

DOUGLAS Mwonzora , who recently defected to Thokozani Khupe’s MDC-T following the March 31 Supreme Court ruling, has reinstated Victoria Falls mayor, Somvelo Dlamini, who was expelled by the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC Alliance for allegedly defying party directives not stand as a candidate for the resort town’s mayoral position.

By The Standard May. 9, 2020
6 MDC youths nabbed over Kwekwe demo

MDC Midlands provincial youth chairperson Sekai Marashe and five party activists were brought to court yesterday following their Saturday arrest for leading a flash protest against President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Kwekwe.

By The Standard Mar. 27, 2020
US firm Railnet plans $11bn Zambia, Moz, Zim railway project

United States-based Railnet International plans to invest an estimated $11 billion in a modern railway line and high speed trains linking Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, its chief executive said on Sunday.

By The NewsDay Mar. 10, 2020
Chamisa meets Byo’s divided structures

OPPOSITION leader Nelson Chamisa will today meet the party’s divided structures in Bulawayo, as part of efforts to mend rifts which have cost them votes in the past elections, Southern Eye has learnt.

By The NewsDay Feb. 12, 2020
Fireworks expected at Zanu PF politburo

THE Zanu PF politburo will today sit in a potentially explosive meeting, two days after members of the party’s youth league accused some of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s allies of corruption and for being responsible for part of the economic crisis facing the country.

By The NewsDay Feb. 5, 2020
Zanu PF fat cat sweats over reclaimed property

Zanu PF secretary for legal affairs, Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana and his wife Pauline have approached the High Court with an application seeking to file an additional affidavit in the on-going matter in which they were dispossessed of a Glen Lorne property after paying US$260 000 for it.

By The NewsDay Jan. 29, 2020
Zapu sets congress dates

THE opposition Zapu has finally announced August 27 to 29 as the dates for its congress to elect a new leader following the death of its founder Dumiso Dabengwa in May last year.

By The NewsDay Jan. 6, 2020
Zapu wants transitional authority to tackle crisis

ZAPU has said the country’s dire socio-economic crisis has outrun political populism and is calling for a national transitional governing authority (NTGA) to right the ills facing the nation.

By The NewsDay Dec. 25, 2019
Zinasu congress faces court challenge

THE Zimbabwe National Students Union (Zinasu) has filed an urgent High Court chamber application against board chair Rodrick Fayayo and secretary Mfundo Mlilo for allegedly convening a congress without a quorum.

By The Standard Dec. 14, 2019
Pembi Bridge splits Zanu PF supporters

Pembi Bridge in Mvurwi has divided Zanu PF in Mashonaland Central province with supporters fighting over who should take credit for its completion between Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs minister Monica Mavhunga and her predecessor, Martin Dinha.

By The NewsDay Dec. 4, 2019