Harare - Police in Zimbabwe have been caught in a web of illegal surveillance, after planting intelligence operatives under the guise of genuine patients in hospitals across the capital Harare, to monitor visitors of victims of police brutality. Over the last few months, several civilians have been physically assaulted by local...
Gokwe-Nembudziya MP Justice Mayor Wadyajena on Monday accused Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo of murdering his daughter for "the love of power" Wadyajena was responding to a tweet by Moyo, in which the latter uploaded a video of the former denouncing the use of poison against political opponents. Moyo's daughter Zanele was found dead in October...
By Maynard Manyowa After the launch of her party, and her initial tour of the country, and then the diaspora a year or so ago, I was more than convinced that Joice Mujuru presented the biggest opportunity to end Robert Mugabe’s four-decade tyranny in Zimbabwe. Of course, such a position, carried...
By Gilbert Navonika The recent  horror accident that has been reported to have claimed 45 lives of our brothers and sisters happened about 30km before Makuti along Harare and Chirundu highway is another sad chapter in our history.  Police spokeswoman Charity Charamba said onThursday said that the bus crashed on Wednesday night about...
Bindura – Zimbabwe’s President, Robert Mugabe on Saturday chided the country’s Minister of Local Government, Saviour Kasukuwere for the genesis and work of the Generation 40 faction (G40). Speaking at a youth interface rally held in Bindura, the President narrated how G40 was founded based on an American idea by...
The first lady of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Dr Grace Mugabe has been fingered in a sensational and deliberate plot to ban South African artists Zodwa wa Bantu from performing in the country Khuluma Afrika has learnt. Struggling actress and Zanu PF sympathiser Anne Nhira 'wrote a letter' to the...
newsadaBy Immigration Maziwisa Born in 1977 to a pair of ordinary parents, Simba Chikore’s upbringing was as modest as the life of a township child. His family lived in Kambuzuma, a high density suburb in Harare, where Chikore attended his primary school. His former classmates remember him as a reserved...
By Prof Changamire A monopoly does not hold when it comes to patriotism, the interests of a nation are not and should not be a privilege of a select few, rather a nation’s trajectory should be mapped by all concerned citizens for the benefit of all. This is the message...
Many people talk of the gift that kept on giving. Its a good thing. But, in Zimbabwe, for journalism and journalists, Professor Jonathan Moyo was not good at all. Far from a gift, he was the curse that kept on screwing. Professor Jonathan Moyo has heavily criticized public owned but...
By Livingstone Masamba There is a thin line between Robert Mugabe and Ian Smith’s oppressive tendencies in terms of retaining State Power. The two share many similarities ranging from dealing ruthlessly with opposition to employing unorthodox means to prolong their stay at State House. However, one thing that separates the 2...
By Maynard Manyowa A faction within Zimbabwe's ruling party Zanu PF is planning a 'massive million man march' demonstration in solidarity with the country's First Lady Grace Mugabe whose image and reputation has received a massive knock following a rowdy rampage in South Africa a fortnight ago. Mrs Mugabe assaulted three...