Septuagenarian killed for ‘speaking in English’
The court heard that on June 13, 2021, the deceased, Langton Mandibvira, was walking along a road close to Southlawn Park School speaking in English.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 23, 2023
Nyatsoka celebrates music journey in style
Next Sunday, Nyatsoka will release a new album titled My Strong Tower laden with messages of hope and victory to believers.
By Style Reporter May. 21, 2023
Armed robbers steal 36 tobacco bales
The suspects, armed with a rifle, allegedly tied security guards at Kudenga Farm and made off with the loot.
By Jairos Saunyama May. 15, 2023
Cholera deaths, cases on the rise
The country now has recorded 479 cases and seven cumulative deaths since the first case was recorded in Chegutu two months ago.
By Lorraine Muromo Apr. 21, 2023
‘Most councillors don’t deserve re-election’
He said the problem is that residents vote for whoever their party seconds to represent them in.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Apr. 5, 2023
A vote for a driver’s licence: Are Zim roads safe?
Forget about dishing out broiler day old chicks, forget about the T-shirts — there is a new vote bait in the country and youths are loving it.
By Jairos Saunyama Apr. 1, 2023
Marondera gets new town clerk
The post fell vacant following the retirement of Josiah Musuwo who held the position for close to three decades.
By Jairos Saunyama Mar. 30, 2023
In Zim, wild mushroom trade supplements family incomes
Rich in protein, antioxidants and fibre, wild mushrooms are a revered delicacy and income earner in Zimbabwe, where food and formal jobs are scarce for many.
By Africa News Mar. 24, 2023
The day God smiled on a boy from rural Marondera
Today, the sun seems to be shining bright on him. His cause received a major boost when radio stations and newspapers highlighted his ambition in several interviews.
By Sydney Kawadza Mar. 24, 2023
Mapeza remains optimistic