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State unleashed riot police at UZ students

  At least 33 people were injured when government deployed anti riot police to University of Zimbabwe where students were conducting their SRC election yesterday. ZINASU National Secretary General Ashely Pfunye said... Read more »

UK lures fired Zim doctors

BRITISH Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised to fast-track his country’s National Health Services (NHS) visas to make it easier for overseas doctors and nurses to work in the UK — a... Read more »

Shocking:Break-in at Chamisa lawyer’s home

OPPOSITION MDC leader Nelson Chamisa’s lawyer Advocate Thabani Mpofu has described a break-in at his Harare home on Wednesday last week as “suspicious”, but vowed that the incident would not cow him... Read more »

Son (21) makes advances on biological mother . . . Lustfully compliments her as a ‘yellow bone’

WHAT would B-Metro be without bizarre or shocking real stories? A devastated woman shared shocking details of her 21-year-old son’s sexual fantasies and odd feelings claiming he was supposedly “sexually attracted” to... Read more »

POSA successor awaits Presidential assent

Two major Bills designed to fulfil the goals of the Second Republic now await Presidential assent — the Maintenance of Peace and Order Bill (MOPA) and the Companies and Other Entities Bill.... Read more »

Cabinet reshuffle raises eyebrows

  President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Friday Cabinet reshuffle has raised questions about the ruling party’s intentions on the Unity Accord and pacifying Matabeleland, analysts have said. Mnangagwa removed Cain Mathema from the Home... Read more »

Zimbabwe would flourish without sanctions-Zanu PF

Zimbabwe would flourish if the sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union are lifted, the Zanu PF’s spokesperson in South Africa Kennedy Mandaza said on Friday. “It is a... Read more »

Civil servants strike imminent

Civil servants under the Apex council have threatened to go on strike on Wednesday citing incapacitation. Deputy chairperson of the council Thomas Muzondo said the current situation has left them with no... Read more »

You should focus against corruption and human rights abuses-ED told

European Union Ambassador to Zimbabwe Melanie Robinson has urged the Zimbabwean government to fight against corruption and human rights abuses. The EU Ambassador to Zimbabwe also added that UK stands with Zimbabwe... Read more »

Brian Dube intervenes to end ED’s Alshabab

Gweru Urban member of the House of Assembly, Brian Dube,  recently engaged ZRP and night club owners in a bid to end terror by Alshabab in Midlands Province. Posting on his twitter... Read more »