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In the jaws of a crocodile

By Fanuel Chinowaita Currently we are in a state whereby some people have unlimited power resting squarely the use of force, not limited by anything or restrained by any laws or any... Read more »

Mugabe mourned in his home province

Scores of people gathered at Murombedzi Business Centre and former President Robert Mugabe’s rural home in Zvimba yesterday to bid farewell to the African icon. Speakers described former President Mugabe as a... Read more »

Sekuru Ndunge’s son now a “prophet”

A SELF-proclaimed prophet based in Bulawayo’s Northend suburb that claims to be the late popular Chipinge n’anga Sekuru Ndunge’s son has been arrested for allegedly selling two cellphones which belonged to his... Read more »

Couple sells 4 month old son

A Kwekwe-based couple got themselves in trouble with the law after they allegedly sold their four-month-old son to a woman who wanted to please her South Africa-based husband. Merancia Musoni (28) and... Read more »

Zimbabweans in SA fear fresh attacks

PRETORIA — South Africa-based Zimbabweans are living in fear of fresh xenophobic attacks after hundreds of nationals marched in Johannesburg on Sunday. Businesses in parts of the Johannesburg city centre and surrounding... Read more »

Mugabe left many unresolved issues: Zipra veterans

THE Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army Veterans Association (Zipra VA) has said former President Robert Mugabe (pictured), who died on Friday last week, has left behind a number of unresolved issues, among them... Read more »

Zanu PF goes all out on Mugabe’s burial

THE late former President Robert Mugabe is likely to be buried at the national shrine this Sunday after what is expected to be a huge send off at the National Sports Stadium... Read more »

ED bans doctors, nurses’ strikes

CABINET has approved a proposed law to effectively ban all forms of industrial action by workers in the health sector after classifying them as an essential service, together with the police and... Read more »

Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni Mnangagwa’s bogeyman

  Chief Ndiweni from Ntabazinduna is easily one of the newsmakers for 2019. The traditional leader, who has on many occasions angered President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government with his sharp criticism of his... Read more »

Evil woman forces step-daughters (5), (7) to drink dirty water

A woman from Kwekwe is in the eye of a storm after she allegedly forced her two step-daughters aged five and seven to drink two litres of dirty water, among an array... Read more »