IN the midst of the city’s morning bustle, a man stands on one corner of the street, occasionally pacing up and down. (more…)
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WHILE President Robert Mugabe made his speech some delegates- several of them senior officials- could not help doze off
The President must expect bhora musango to come 2018 general elections. The friction in his party cannot be solved by force.
Robert Mugabe’s anti-Western rhetoric has been conspicuous by its absence of late, a sign the 91-year-old leader has mellowed or realised that Zimbabwe may need financial help.
Zimbabwe is exhibiting at the 2015 International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Conference in Budapest, Hungary, where players from 120 countries are charting the way forward in the world’s fastest growing sector.
The unexpected move by the Zimbabwe government to legalise shebeens has caused a stir among Zimbabweans. Tourism minister Walter Mzembi said that the shebeens will be rebranded to ‘home hospitality centres’
President Robert Mugabe on Thursday fired Sports, Arts and Culture minister Andrew Langa and replaced with Makhosini Hlongwane who has been minister without portfolio since last week.
United Family International Church leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa’s much-anticipated “Judgement Night 3″ saw over 100 000 congregants
ZIMBABWE long-distance runners left the country yesterday for the 2015 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Senior Championships to be held in Beijing, China.
Zimbabwe rugby team coach Cyprian Mandenge has noted that the Sables will need to dominate the forwards battle if they are to end their losing streak against Namibia.