Shock as Zim arrests, frees diamond dealers ... well-connected British, Indians tried to sneak into heavily fortified Chiadzwa

Authoritative sources said their release has caused divisions in government where some officials feel powerful figures were out to protect them.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 4, 2023

Resource imperialism vs national development: A case of lithium mining

States enter into bilateral and multilateral relations to fulfil their national interest aspirations.
By Moses Nyakatangure Jul. 13, 2023

Gold Mafia and colonial hangover

The scenes we have seen in the Al Jazeera Gold Mafia documentary, how the Chiadzwa diamonds never contributed to national development
By Tapiwa Gomo Apr. 24, 2023

Don’t create looting, killing avenues

Strict measures in controlling how claims are parcelled out and how it is sold, and proceeds distributed, have become necessary.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Apr. 21, 2023

ZCDC mustn’t pamper elites with poor man’s birth right

Villagers were killed, and all forms of rights abuses were reported.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Mar. 24, 2023

Muvevi has attempted rape case, loses two luxury cars

A background check on Muvevi by this publication that involved interviews with his family members revealed that he has a pending court case of attempted rape.
By Everson Mushava Jan. 28, 2023

Illegal diamond dealer robbed of US$10k

An armed robbery occurred at Old Jinani premises whereby Bearlright Mukwawaya from Mutare was robbed of his US$10 000,
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 22, 2022

A case for Marange villagers, diamonds

For the people of Marange, it must have been a very painful and trying 15 years so far living under restrictions
By Newsday Nov. 11, 2022

STIs upsurge in Chiadzwa

District Aids coordinator for Makoni Spencer Banguza confirmed that areas such as Nyanyadzi and Headlands were among communities with high STIs prevalence rate.

By The Southern Eye Jun. 5, 2022