By Maynard Manyowa (Correspondent) Harare – A set of pictures depicting ‘sworn’ rivals Minister Saviour Kasukuwere and Norton MP Temba Mliswa have caused up an uproar on social media, amid analysis that the images are a revelation that the latter has ditched opposition and war vets who supported his election...
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu A group of activists who have been staging demonstrations against President Robert Mugabe’s government past few weeks have narrated their horrifying experience in the hands of anti-riot police on Monday evening. Baton wielding police officers descended on Africa Unity Square where the activists were and started flogging each one...
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Harare, May 2016 - Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) - Zimbabwe chapter has slammed the Zimbabwean government for its failure to observe and respect freedom of expression and access to information. In a MISA-Zimbabwe Quarterly report on Media Freedom Monitor for the period between January-April 2016 the...
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu, HARARE, May 2016 - Zimbabweans from across the political divide have exhibited mixed feelings over the Reserve bank of Zimbabwe’s decision to introduce bond notes in a bid to ease cash shortages. Zimbabwe is currently experiencing cash shortages which have seen long bank queues and the withdrawal limits in...