73 top of the range Zanu PF cars gather dust

Mnangagwa doled out 210 brand new branded vehicles, including 4x4 Nissan Navaras and Ford Rangers, to parliamentary candidates contesting in the polls.
By Sydney Kawadza and Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 26, 2023

Letter to my people: Tshabangu shenanigans no longer a laughing matter

 Sikhala has not been tried and is innocent until found guilty and therefore should not be in jail as is his constitutional right.
By Doctor Stop It Nov. 12, 2023

Mnangagwa third term moves exposed

The proposed constitutional amendments will also have to be taken to a referendum.
By Kenneth Nyangani Oct. 29, 2023

Storm over Zanu PF campaign vehicles

NewsDay is reliably informed that the majority of the party’s 73 losing candidates have vowed to defy the directive setting themselves on a collision course with the top leadership.
By Nizbert Moyo and Problem Masau Oct. 2, 2023

Man arrested for impersonation

“They took her to their car and drove to the N1 Hotel where they demanded a bribe of US$25. A report was later made to the police leading to Mpofu’s arrest,” he said.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Jun. 12, 2023

Zim heading for polls without reforms

Zanu PF secretary for administration Obert Mpofu said the ruling party had no issues with whether or not the Electoral Amendment Bill made it for the 2023 elections.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 29, 2023

Esidakeni farm wrangle struck off roll

The three are embroiled in a farm dispute with Mpofu’s company Mswelangubo Farm Private Limited and Dumisani Madzivanyathi who also claims ownership of the farm.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 20, 2023

Muckraker: Old Obert is, in fact, telling the truth and nothing but the truth

“Most of us here have had our children going through his hands (under the Presidential Scholarship Scheme,” said Obert.
By Muckraker Feb. 17, 2023

News in Depth: Zimbabwe urban dwellers bear the brunt of political fights

Uncollected garbage in residential areas and the central business district (CBD) in cities and towns remain the order of the day with local authorities citing lack of funds to deliver the service. 
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 8, 2023