The Midlands State University (MSU) will proceed with its graduation ceremony slated for Friday, the 24th of November, in Gweru despite reports claiming it had postponed it. The university was forced to issue a notice reassuring stakeholders of its program after a report in the NewsDay claimed the university had postponed...
Pietermaritzburg - A 28 year old Zimbabwean man tragically drowned in a small pond in KwaZulu Natal province some 4 days ago. Some of his friends and countrymen filmed the event, while rolling in laughter. The man, identified only as Callisto is initially seen battling to swim towards dry land, but looks...
First lady Grace Mugabe has shown that the gloves are off as she launched into a scathing attack on Vice President Emmerson Mnangwagwa at the Church Interface Rally held at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday. Here are some of the charges she laid against Mnangagwa. 1. Mnangagwa has always been plotting...
Harare - Zimbabwe's first lady, Grace Mugabe today suffered a huge setback as her key ally, Minister of Higher Education, Jonathan Moyo had his arrest challenge thrown out by the country's constitutional court. Moyo had approached the courts, seeking to have them rule that his arrest / detention by the country's...
By Carl Sagan The Pale Blue Dot (Picture Above) is a photograph of Earth taken in 1990 by the Voyager 1 space probe from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometers from Earth. From this distant vantage point, the Earth might not seem of any particular interest. But for us, it’s...
Welcome to Khuluma Afrika Radio - Podcast Episode One In Episode One, Maynard Manyowa discusses topical current events in Zimbabwe. The Quail Bird rush and the impending government ban Worker's Day - Robert Mugabe snubs his own citizens Job Losses in Zimbabwe WizKid does a dual no show...
By Newsday Editorial President Robert Mugabe was on Monday night at it again at the United Nations General Assembly, giving a speech on a tangent to what most Zimbabweans want to hear, in yet another example of his fading yesteryear oratory prowess. Where Mugabe had in the past spoken to huge...
By J BROOKS SPECTOR As the gravity-defying phenomenon of Donald J Trump’s apparent early support continues to mystify and captivate analysts and supporters, J. BROOKS SPECTOR tries to take a measure of what it may mean. Donald Trump seems to have captured the pre-pre-election news cycle in a way that is...
By RANJENI MUNUSAMY “It’s like snow in the summer”, says Abdülhamit Bilici, director of Turkey’s Cihan News Agency, about the systematic breakdown of the rule of law and erosion of democratic freedoms in his country. Perhaps that’s the only way to keep going in the context of an assault on...
by Takudzwanashe Mundenga With the 54-member regional bloc recently endorsed the elevation of Zimbabwe’s nonagenarian President Robert Mugabe to the African Union chair; the evening news is hardly shifting focus from African affairs. Without a momentary hesitation, Mugabe has already announced the exodus of African states from the International Criminal...