Gukurahundi hearings secrecy questioned

President Emmerson Mnangagwa on July 4 officially launched the hearings to gather information from victims and survivors of the
By Kenneth Nyangani Jul. 21, 2024
Chiwenga not the anointed  successor, says Mutsvangwa
Chiwenga not the anointed successor, says Mutsvangwa
He said Mnangagwa was not a Pope, who could appoint his successor and that the ruling party’s constitution did not have such provisions.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 21, 2024
Harare Council top staff transfers open can of worms
Mafume said the decision to transfer Machipisa and the other three was reached by the audit committee, not himself and he cannot be blamed for that.
By Mirriam Mangwaya and Kenneth Nyangani Jul. 21, 2024
Chingosho: I wanted to be playing with robots
Chingosho (RC) shared her  career journey on the platform In Conversation with Trevor hosted by Alpha Media Holdings chairman Trevor Ncube (TN).
By In Conversation With Trevor Jul. 21, 2024
It wasn’t me, says Wicknell Chivayo
Chivayo’s ex-wife, Sonja Madzikanda, took to social media, seemingly revelling in the turmoil following the hack. 
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jul. 21, 2024
Minister snubbed over ED2030 campaign
Critics have raised fears that Mnangagwa’s allies wanted to subvert the constitution.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Jul. 21, 2024
Busted: Criminal land cartels cash in on land allocations in Mashonaland East
The month-long investigation included observations and undercover interviews with neighbouring farmers.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jul. 21, 2024
Faulty water metres bleeding Kadoma
Kadoma mayor Nigel Ruzario said the council would soon engage with residents over issues raised in the auditor general’s report.
By Melinda Kusemachibi Jul. 21, 2024
Churches wade into ED succession saga
Former army general and current Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is said to be the front runner to succeed Mnangagwa.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jul. 21, 2024
Police recover 30 Zim cattle from Mozambique
He also said police would continue to work with their Mozambican colleagues in the fight against cross-border crimes.
By Daniel Moyo Jul. 21, 2024
Man threatens to kill wife over sex
Mugabe opposed Pfute’s application for a protection order saying her wife was failing to play her duties in the bedroom.
By Rejoice Phiri Jul. 21, 2024
Harare couple robbed of US$19k
The duo also allegedly stole some jewellery worth US$2 500.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jul. 21, 2024
Sikhala returns amid threats to his life
At the height of the rabid threats on his life, soon after his UN delivery, Sikhala said he would not fear returning to Zimbabwe because that was the only country he called home.
By Tangai Chipangura Jul. 21, 2024
Mnangagwa reshuffles security chiefs
Mnangagwa is serving his second and last term in office after rising to power following a military coup that toppled long-time ruler Robert Mugabe in 2017.
By Nqobani Ndlovu and Kenneth Nyangani Jul. 14, 2024
AG report exposes massive looting
President Emmerson Mnangagwa vowed to fight corruption and financial leakages when he assumed office in 2017 in a coup.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jul. 14, 2024
History repeating itself as Mnangagwa succession takes centre stage in Zanu PF
Sources say plans are afoot by his loyalists to de-harmonise the elections or postpone the polls altogether to ensure Mnangagwa stays longer in office.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 14, 2024
Revealed: ED 2030 campaign in full steam
In attendance was Mnangagwa's son, David Kudakwashe, who is the Finance deputy minister.
By Nqobani Ndlovu and Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 14, 2024
Councillors accused of stealing food aid
According to concerned villagers, Mukahanana allegedly diverted inputs intended for beneficiaries in Ward 19, Chidzinzwa area, Mwoyoweshumba and Jombe Primary School.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jul. 14, 2024
Mbofana: Performing is where I come alive
I believe with Albert it was like I have got a girl, who I think can play this part so my first audition was at Harare Gardens.
By In Conversation With Trevor Jul. 14, 2024
Victims of Rhodesia’s ‘worst’ massacre live in abject poverty
Survivors of the massacre say a detachment of the Rhodesian Army carrying out reconnaissance work in the area had gotten wind of the planned vigil.
By Stanley Gutu Jul. 14, 2024
Sexual predator rapes job seekers
Willard Kudakwashe Jonifati is accused of luring the two women to meet him under the pretenxt that he would offer them jobs.
By Rejoice Phiri Jul. 14, 2024
Dog mauls minor to death.
Magistrate Clever Tsikwa, however, acquitted the duo of the charges.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jul. 14, 2024
Chitungwiza man faces sodomy charges
Prosecutor Anesu Chirenje alleged that on July 5, Chinozwa asked his friend, who resides in Mabvuku for a place to sleep since it was late for him to travel back to his residence.
By Rejoice Phiri Jul. 14, 2024
Campaign to protect whistle-blowers gathers steam
Accountability Lab Zimbabwe’s Civic Action Teams (CivActs) said the roadshow sought to amplify the voices of anticorruption champions and whistle-blowers.
By Bathabile Dhlamini Jul. 14, 2024
JSC shields new judges from scrutiny
Journalist Mlondolozi Ndlovu recently wrote to the JSC requesting information related to the interviews and final selection of the judges.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 14, 2024
Zanu PF MP questions govt’s free seeds
Rushinga legislator Tendai Nyabani demanded to know the government's measures to ensure that fertile seeds were distributed to farmers under the scheme.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 14, 2024
Trump survives assassination attempt at campaign rally after major security lapse
Trump supporters blasted the Secret Service.
By Reuters Jul. 14, 2024
‘Disney award changed my life’
PN: Well, thank you for having me on this amazing show.
By In Conversation With Trevor Jul. 7, 2024