Panic grips Zimbabweans in SA as deadline nears
The civil society groups said the looming permit expiration date makes it impossible to comply with the Department of Home Affairs application process.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 28, 2023
President’s secrecy worrying
For the cattle, we are sure he would have gained one to several voters in this year’s plebiscite if he had told us that he had imported the cattle to improve the country’s breeds.
By Newsday May. 22, 2023
General Notice 635: Was there smoke without a fire?
Politically, it is more beneficial both at home and abroad for public procurement to be open to scrutiny rather than the opposite.
By Mcdonald Lewanika May. 14, 2023
Hundreds stranded at Beitbridge
Protesters yesterday called for the ouster of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa who they accuse of gross incompetence.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 21, 2023
EFF national shutdown affects Zim offices
“The consulate will reopen for business on 21 March 2023, as per the working hours specified in its Public Notice on Extended Working Hours dated 9 March 2023
By Staff Reporter Mar. 20, 2023
Is White monopoly capital turning against its own in SA?
The timing of such an announcement and other unfolding events seems well calculated.
By Tapiwa Gomo Mar. 13, 2023
South Africa's Ramaphosa adds electricity minister, allies ahead of 2024 election
He appointed the ANC’s No. 2 official Paul Mashatile as deputy president following David Mabuza’s resignation last week, a widely expected move.
By Reuters Mar. 7, 2023
Phala Phala Farmgate: money hidden in couch ‘was not declared to Sars’
Party leader John Steenhuisen said Sars had confirmed that the money entered the country illegally.
By IOL Mar. 6, 2023
South African rand weakens as investors await cabinet reshuffle
At 0642 GMT, the rand traded at 18.1750 against the dollar, 0.19% weaker than its previous close.
By Reuters Mar. 6, 2023
Ngezi drown DeMbare
By Henry Mhara