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Former Mashonaland East Provincial Affairs minister, Ambrose Mutinhiri will see his tractors go under the hammer to settle a $54 000 debt with the State-owned power utility, the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC). Mutinhiri was dragged to court over an outstanding $54 798,86 debt to ZETDC and the...
LATE MDC leader, Morgan Tsvangirai’s son Vincent is eying a seat in Parliament after winning the party’s internal primary elections ahead of the September 7, Glen View South constituency by-election. The seat fell vacant following the death of Vimbayi Java Tsvangirai, the eldest daughter of the late founding leader of...
The United Kingdom embassy in Zimbabwe has condemned the actions of a group of Zimbabweans who attacked the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cde S. B Moyo in London a few days ago. Writing on its Twitter handle on Wednesday, the Embassy said violence has no place in Zimbabwe, “Whilst we...
ZIMBABWE’S year-on-year inflation rate for the month of June 2019 rose sharply by 77,75 percentage points to 175,66% from 97,85% in May 2019, driven by increases in the price of basic goods, the statistics agency reported yesterday. “The month-on-month food and non-alcoholic beverages inflation rate stood at 55,07% in June...
Zimbabwe has rejected preconditions set by the US government to access a US$60 billion facility availed to the African continent at the recent US-Africa Summit held in Mozambique. This was said by President Mnangagwa while addressing Domboshava residents during yesterday’s clean-up campaign held at Showgrounds. The President said an...
Former Cabinet minister Ignatius Chombo yesterday appeared in court on fresh charges after he allegedly sold a Government house in Mutare without following due process. He is jointly charged with Lazarus Chimba for criminal abuse of duty. Harare magistrate Mrs Barbra Mateko ordered Chombo to abide by the same bail conditions...
MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa has fired 145 party employees recruited by the party’s founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai as sharp divisions have emerged in the western-funded party. Mr Chamisa, who appointed his national executive committee members last week, has already started purging workers without giving them notice. It is...
Harare (Mlondolozi Ndlovu) - Veterans of Zimbabwe’s liberation war have suggested that the First Lady Grace Mugabe must be arrested over her utterances that President Mugabe must appoint his successor, similar to what happened to them when they called for such. Grace Mugabe who has become a key factor in the...
By Shingi Nyahwa Every human being is entitled the right to privacy more so all African societies throughout the world value the dignity of women at the uttermost. The past week has seen a frenzy of excitement over the leaked nudes of Rwandan presidential hopeful Diane Rwigara and this episode...
By Patheos The science is in, and God is not the answer Yesterday the international polling organisation WIN/Gallup released the results of a massive new survey into religion worldwide (here’s their press release). You’ve probably seen the news reports, mostly talking about which countries have the most (or fewest) religious people,...
By Patson Dzamara The problems facing Zimbabwe are not an act of God, or the sad eventuality unforeseen circumstances. They are manmade disasters. This is not a new analysis, or a space found analysis. It is common knowledge. Having been conspicuous in my lamentations regarding this, in recent times I have...