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Recent stay-away will NOT deliver the Zimbabwe we want - 'no planning and due diligence'!

Published 26 mins ago | 1 Views
"Demonstrations are planned and must be planned, how do you demonstrate without prior due diligence!" argued Nomazulu Thata in her recent article in Bulawayo24.Many, many things went wrong in the rece...

by Nomusa Garikai

'What unites us is stronger than what divides us' argue Mnangagwa - weak and divided by Zanu PF insatiable greed, step down

Published 33 mins ago | 1 Views
 "I invite leaders of all political parties as well as religious and civil leaders to set aside our differences and come together," said President Mnangagwa via his Twitter account."What unites u...

by Patrick Guramatunhu

Oliver Mtukudzi had blood cancer?

Published 59 mins ago | 160 Views
The late super star Oliver Mtukudzi might have suffered from blood cancer, journalist Lenin Ndebele reveals.In his tribute to the late global icon, Ndebele says when he was a young journalist one of h...

by Mandla Ndlovu

ZEC testifies in Biti case

Published 1 hour ago | 198 Views
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has testified in the case in which Tendai Biti is facing charges of contravening section 66(a) of the Electoral Act for unofficially and falsely announcing the ...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa mourns Tuku

Published 1 hour ago | 164 Views
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has sent a message of condolence message to the Mtukudzi family following the death of Dr Oliver 'Tuku' Mtukudzi today.Cde Mnangagwa said he learnt with "a deep sense of s...

by Staff reporter

ZANU PF officials disrupt lessons at secondary school

Published 2 hours ago | 1222 Views
ZANU PF officials in Guruve district, Mashonaland Central province reportedly disrupted lessons at Nyamangore Secondary School on Tuesday after they demanded a classroom for their caucus meeting.Guruv...

by Simbarashe Sithole

'Why do you worship guns?' Mnangagwa asked

Published 3 hours ago | 2007 Views
A Bulawayo based protest poet Desire Moyoxide has released a contemporary poem commenting on the recent violent protests and police brutality that rocked the nation and the subsequent army and police ...

by Mandla Ndlovu

Tribute to Oliver 'Tuku' Mutukudzi

Published 3 hours ago | 1345 Views
The only certainty in a hero's life is that it could end at any moment. As a hero, Oliver Mutukudzi could not banish dangers, but could banish fears.But Mutukudzi the hero who has lost his life in bat...

by Dr Masimba Mavaza

130 000 flee army killings to South Africa

Published 5 hours ago | 4620 Views
South Africa's opposition party  Democratic Alliance (DA) has alleged that more than 130 000 Zimbabweans crossed the Beitbribge in a single day fleeing from the nationwide army and police crackdo...

by Mandla Ndlovu

'I failed to change ZANU PF from within' says Jonathan Moyo

Published 6 hours ago | 4958 Views
Exiled former ZANU PF Politiburo members has confessed that his agenda of reforming ZANU PF from within backfired and the party was about to change him instead.Professor Moyo is on the record saying, ...

by Mandla Ndlovu

Mnangagwa faces a new wave of unrest as civil servants to strike on Friday

Published 6 hours ago | 6924 Views
Zimbabwe faces a new wave of unrest as the group representing government workers announced on Wednesday that civil servants across the country will go on strike after salary negotiations failed.David ...

by AP

Kombi drivers refuse to leave bus terminus

Published 6 hours ago | 4405 Views
COMMUTER omnibus drivers are refusing to pave way for ZUPCO buses at terminuses.ZUPCO and other buses were blocked by kombis from using Harare Central Charge Office Bus Terminus in protest against new...

by Staff reporter

New twist in Tendai Biti case

Published 6 hours ago | 3331 Views
MDC Alliance Harare East MP Tendai Biti's case of inciting public violence took a new twist after he applied for recusal of the magistrate, who gave him a warrant of arrest on Monday.Biti, through his...

by Staff reporter

BREAKING: Prophet Makandiwa cleared over 'fake prophecies'

Published 6 hours ago | 2870 Views
United Family International Church leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa and his wife, Ruth, who were being sued for US$6,5 million over alleged "fake prophecies" have been cleared of any wrongdoing. Hara...

by Staff reporter

Social Media reacts to music legend Oliver Mtukudzi's death

Published 6 hours ago | 4422 Views
Zimbabwean music legend Oliver Mtukudzi has died after battling an unnamed illness for the past month.According to Bulawayo24, the 66-year-old superstar died at the Avenues Clinic in Harare.Mtukudzi, ...

by Staff reporter

The fantasy that Mnangagwa would fix Zimbabwe is now fully exposed

Published 7 hours ago | 2107 Views
As of January 18, more than 12 people had died, no less than 78 had suffered gunshot injuries, and at least 240 had been beaten and tortured by the Zimbabwean state. More than 466 had been arbitrarily...

by David B Moore I The Conversation

MDC MPs languish in Hwahwa prison

Published 7 hours ago | 2049 Views
Two Movement for Democratic Change Members of Parliament Amos  Chibaya and Settlement Chikwinya are languishing in Hwahwa prison after they  were remanded in custody to 28 January  afte...

by Mandla Ndlovu

ANC calls for end to sanctions against Zimbabwe

Published 7 hours ago | 502 Views
African National Congress has called for the lifting of sanctions against neighbouring Zimbabwe, where clashes between security forces and anti-government protesters claimed at least 12 lives.The ANC ...

by Bloomberg

Zimbabwe begins to settle IATA debt

Published 7 hours ago | 747 Views
The government has started servicing the International Air Transport Association (IATA) debt owed to regional and international airlines, with the board of airline representatives confirming the first...

by Staff reporter

World can help Zimbabwe by lifting sanctions

Published 7 hours ago | 436 Views
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said that lifting sanctions against Zimbabwe was the best way for the world to ease the crisis gripping the country. "It is no longer necessary to have sanction...

by AFP

Mawarire bail hearing delayed

Published 7 hours ago | 477 Views
ACTIVIST pastor Evan Mawarire will spend more time in detention after a court on Wednesday postponed his bail hearing because state prosecutors were not ready to proceed with the case after deadly dem...

by Agencies

BREAKING: Oliver Mtukudzi dies

Published 8 hours ago | 10558 Views
Superstar musician Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi has died. He passed away in Harare on Wednesday afternoon. Writing his condolence message, former minister of Education, Sports, Arts and Culture David Coltart s...

by Mandla Ndlovu

'Mnangagwa beware of Chiwenga' Malema warns

Published 8 hours ago | 11964 Views
Economic Freedom Fighters Leader Sello Julius Malema has warned President Emmerson Mnanga to beware of Vice President Constantino Dominic  Nyikadzino  Chiwenga who wants to bring a military ...

by Mandla Ndlovu

Zimbabwe shutdown, a noble cause but many things went wrong!

Published 8 hours ago | 1502 Views
Demonstrations are planned and must be planned, how do you demonstrate without prior due diligence. What is the purpose of the demonstrations, what can go wrong and what the eventualities are? The shu...

by Nomazulu Thata

Post-Election violence commission submission

Published 9 hours ago | 928 Views
I am an independent member of the Zimbabwean society, meaning that I make rational decision and conclusions on political matters. Officially I am trained in the accounting profession henceforth in my ...

by Terence Simbi

ZANU plot against MDC officials exposed

Published 9 hours ago | 3636 Views
The MDC is concerned by a concerted attempt to tarnish the image of the party creating conspiracy theories with a bid to arrest and persecute the leadership.In Gweru, trumped up charges against Nation...

by Bekithemba Mpofu

UK piles pressure on Mnangagwa

Published 9 hours ago | 7280 Views
Britain piled diplomatic pressure on President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday, with Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt telling the Zimbabwean leader: "Don't turn back the clock."The Minister for Africa Harr...

by ZimLive

MDCs welcome Mnangagwa's call for dialogue

Published 9 hours ago | 2594 Views
THE MDC and its breakaway party say they were ready to embrace President Emmerson Mnangagwa's Tuesday call for national dialogue but quickly warned the Zanu-PF leader must be sincere about his overtur...

by newzimbabwe

Zimbabwe's own rights body says 'systematic torture' in crackdown

Published 9 hours ago | 313 Views
A human rights commission appointed by Zimbabwe's government said Tuesday that at least eight people were killed, mostly by gunfire, in a crackdown on protests last week.In a blunt statement, the Zimb...

by AFP

Mthuli Ncube vows bold economic turnaround

Published 9 hours ago | 1451 Views
Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube painted an optimistic outlook for Zimbabwe on Tuesday, despite protests over fuel prices that human rights groups say have left at least a dozen people dead.Ncube told Re...

by ZimLive

Mnangagwa's move to go after rogue soldiers welcomed by analysts

Published 9 hours ago | 980 Views
President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who first swept to power through a popular military coup in November 2017 - yesterday vowed to bring to book rogue members of Zimbabwe's gung-ho military who left a trail...

by Staff reporter

UK Lord urges Zimbabwe recolonisation

Published 9 hours ago | 2196 Views
ZIMBABWE'S current political and socio-economic problems have become the subject of debate in the UK's House of Lords with one peer asking whether the British government was considering recolonising t...

by newzimbabwe

High Court ruling on Internet hailed

Published 10 hours ago | 225 Views
Information, communication and technology activists have welcomed the High Court's decision to have the Internet restored saying its shutdown violated the rights of millions of Zimbabweans.Government ...

by Staff reporter

WATCH: George Charamba defends army killings

Published 10 hours ago | 501 Views
Presidential Spokesperson George Charamba says the state was under threat and its existence undermined by the  protestors on 14 January hence it was justified to act the way it did.Said Charamba ...

by Mandla Ndlovu

'Zimbabwe support limited to what Pretoria can afford'

Published 10 hours ago | 507 Views
SOUTH Africa will support Zimbabwe in whatever way it can but within the framework of what it is able to provide, according to International Relations Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, who was speaking on the ...

by African News Agency

'If you arrest Chamisa, also arrest the Pope'

Published 10 hours ago | 1496 Views
MDC Vice President Morgen Komichi says the government should proceed to arrest the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis if it was determined to account for leaders of the various groups that took...

by newzimbabwe

Beatings by soldiers continuing unabated

Published 10 hours ago | 638 Views
Rights lawyers yesterday accused the military and police of savagely assaulting 28 people who were receiving treatment in hospital after suffering severe injuries in previous beatings - before going o...

by Staff reporter

Soldiers storm Bulawayo suburb and torture all males

Published 10 hours ago | 3031 Views
Members of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces and the Zimbabwe Republic Police on Tuesday evening stormed the Bulawayo suburb of Mabuthweni where they went door to door terrorizing all males that stay there....

by Mandla Ndlovu

National dialogue way to go

Published 10 hours ago | 552 Views
President Emmerson Mnangagwa's call for national dialogue among the nation's key stakeholders brings hope to many a Zimbabweans as it is one of the ways that the country can move forward in tackling t...

by Christine Lethokuhle Mabhena

'Zimbabwe police, army crackdown targeted males'

Published 10 hours ago | 592 Views
Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) yesterday castigated use of the military in arresting and bringing to justice suspected perpetrators of the three-day stay-away saying the army does not have ar...

by Staff reporter

5 Best Casinos in the World

Published 10 hours ago | 206 Views
The first known casino was called a gambling house and it was established in Venice, Italy in 1638, while the first gambling establishments in America were known as saloons. Regardless of their name, ...

by Staff Reporter

'Zanu-PF torture camps emerge'

Published 10 hours ago | 1201 Views
As the crackdown on anti-government protests escalates, human rights activists have reported the emergence of torture camps in the country following the clampdown on protesters, opposition leaders and...

by Staff reporter

BREAKING: Chamisa's MDC won't impeach Mnangagwa

Published 10 hours ago | 4866 Views
MDC legislators said they were not going to be used by Zanu-PF to fight their factional battles through the planned impeachment of President Emmerson Mnangagwa.This comes amid high fears over the plot...

by Staff reporter

Gift Banda to clear his name

Published 10 hours ago | 664 Views
Suspended Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) vice president Gift Banda will today address a press conference to clear his name regarding the current controversy in local football.Banda was suspended...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa goes after rogue soldiers

Published 11 hours ago | 6757 Views
President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday vowed to bring to book rogue members of Zimbabwe's gung-ho military who left a trail of blood around the country during last week's fuel protests. Analysts welco...

by Staff reporter

Magistrate 'convicts' Biti before trial

Published 11 hours ago | 2296 Views
A Harare magistrate was yesterday accused of "convicting" MDC vice-chairman Tendai Biti before hearing evidence in a case in which the opposition leader is facing charges of public violence and premat...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF trying to weaken MDC Chamisa in Mashonaland Central

Published 11 hours ago | 626 Views
MDC Mashonaland Central provincial chairperson George Gwarada has condemned the recent arrest of 12 suspected protesters in Mvurwi and Guruve, saying the move was meant to weaken their support base in...

by Staff reporter

'Shootings pushed Zimbabwe backwards'

Published 11 hours ago | 477 Views
Former War veterans minister Tshinga Dube has revealed that the much-publicised August 1 shootings drove the country's economy years backwards.The shooting - which claimed six lives - was, according t...

by Staff reporter

Gukurahundi survivors plan skeleton demo

Published 11 hours ago | 615 Views
Gukurahundi survivors have applied for permission to petition and hand over skeletons of victims of the 1980's mass killings to government to press authorities to attend to the emotive issue.According...

by Staff reporter

Bulawayo 'residents' raise concern over crackdown

Published 11 hours ago | 1292 Views
Bulawayo mayor Solomon Mguni and the residents' representative body have waded into the chaos, decrying the heavy-handedness of State security agents' response to the recent stay-away."The Bulawayo Pr...

by Staff reporter

Ailing Mtukudzi misses Coca-Cola awards

Published 11 hours ago | 3139 Views
Superstar Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi failed to attend the ZBC Coca-Cola winners' prize-giving ceremony held at a local hotel yesterday in Harare due to an undisclosed illness.Popularly known as Samanyanga...

by Staff reporter

Madlela to tie knot

Published 11 hours ago | 675 Views
MUSICIAN-cum-comedian Madlela S'khobokhobo will this year officialise solemnise his 18-year old marriage to Soneni Moyo, NewsDay reported.Speaking during his 39th birthday celebrations on Monday, Madl...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabweans rejoice as internet services are restored

Published 11 hours ago | 152 Views
Zimbabweans rejoiced yesterday as blocked social media platforms were restored following a High Court ruling on Monday.The ruling follows a challenge by the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights and Media...

by Staff reporter

Ex-Wenela workers to get compensation

Published 11 hours ago | 1081 Views
SOUTH African mines have reached a conditional settlement to pay compensation of up to R500 000 each to thousands of Zimbabweans who used to work in the neighbouring country's mines in the 1970's, sub...

by Staff reporter

'Mthuli Ncube's 2% electronic transaction tax illegal'

Published 11 hours ago | 1652 Views
LEGAL think-tank Veritas still maintains that the 2% electronic transaction tax, which was introduced last year by Finance minister Mthuli Ncube, is still illegal and that attempts to amend the Financ...

by Staff reporter

ICC, a waste of African resources

Published 11 hours ago | 248 Views
The Democratic Alliance, an opposition political outfit in South Africa appears to have run out of steam and is seeking extra fodder to power its waning relevance. This week, the party hit the headlin...

by Chigumbu Warikandwa

Parents storm school, accuse teachers of participating in stayaway

Published 11 hours ago | 716 Views
A GROUP of parents in Mutoko last week allegedly besieged Chimoyo Primary School and accused teachers of participating in the nationwide protests before ordering them to leave within 24 hours.The pare...

by Staff reporter

Time Mnangagwa steps up and dialogue with opposition

Published 11 hours ago | 401 Views
THE current situation in the country demands that major political principals come together and join hands and help steer the country back to normalcy.While President Emmerson Mnangagwa has already mad...

by Editorial - newsday

Mawarire claims his utterances were not treasonous

Published 11 hours ago | 525 Views
#ThisFlag leader Evan Mawarire has petitioned the High Court, seeking to be granted bail pending trial on charges of trying to subvert a constitutionally-elected government.Mawarire is being charged w...

by Staa reporter

Mnangagwa's Zimbabwe now pariah State, says Tshinga Dube

Published 11 hours ago | 927 Views
FORMER Defence and War Veterans minister Tshinga Dube said the shooting of civilians in August last year and during the violent protests of last week has dragged the country "many years back" and turn...

by Staff reporter

Jealous woman assaults neighbour

Published 11 hours ago | 333 Views
A JEALOUS 20-year-old Mutare woman was yesterday jailed 20 days after she assaulted a neighbour on allegations of snatching her husband.Samandla Sibanda from Mutare appeared before magistrate Persever...

by Staff reporter

ZSE counter opens strong

Published 11 hours ago | 38 Views
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) opened the week strong, registering a 124% jump in turnover to $5,15 million from last week.Trading on the market was disturbed in the wake of labour unrest, which re...

by Staff reporter

Chidzambwa doesn't have qualification to coach Warriors

Published 11 hours ago | 606 Views
BULAWAYO-BASED Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Chicken Inn have challenged the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) to lead by example and employ a Warriors coach with the requisite Caf A coaching li...

by Staff reporter

'Mnangagwa not making right trips for investment'

Published 11 hours ago | 284 Views
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is not attracting requisite investment deals from his foreign trips, an international business expert has said.This comes after Mnangagwa recently led a delegation of seni...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa, Chamisa warm up for talks

Published 11 hours ago | 892 Views
EMBATTLED President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called for dialogue involving the country's main political actors, church and leaders of civic groups to find a lasting solution to the country's deteriorati...

by Staff reporter

28 arrested in police raid at 'safe house'

Published 11 hours ago | 561 Views
ABOUT 28 victims of torture by State security agents were on Monday morning arrested from a safe house in Harare from where they were receiving treatment and are today expected to appear in court for ...

by Staff reporter

Chamisa seeks AU, Sadc intervention

Published 11 hours ago | 588 Views
MDC vice-president Morgen Komichi yesterday implored the Southern African Development Cooperation (Sadc), the African Union (AU) and the rest of the international community to intervene on the deterio...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe troops accused of 'systematic torture' of protesters

Published 11 hours ago | 3 Views
A government-appointed human rights group in Zimbabwe has accused soldiers of using "systematic torture" in a crackdown on protests.The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission strongly criticised authorities...

by Staff reporter

'Heads will roll' after protest crackdown

Published 11 hours ago | 391 Views
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called violence by the country's security forces "unacceptable and a betrayal" following deadly protests last week sparked by a sharp fuel price hike.Mnangagw...

by Staff reporter

MDC, the anatomy of an economic saboteur

Published 11 hours ago | 196 Views
The new dispensation under the leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa has committed itself to resuscitating the country's economy and re-engage with the international community in order to end the...

by Elijah Chihota

President Mnangagwa's call for a national dialogue timeous

Published 12 hours ago | 1651 Views
President Emmerson Mnangagwa recently, broke the news that brought melodious echoes to every progressive Zimbabwean who cares about unity and prosperity in a bid to move our nation forward economicall...

by Brightface Mutema

It's the internet not life support

Published 12 hours ago | 1060 Views
There has been an avalanche of criticism on Government's decision to shut down the internet during the recent MDC orchestrated violent demonstrations. Western sponsored pseudo civic groups approached ...

by Mapozho Saruchera

RwandAir rejects bondnotes

Published 12 hours ago | 2256 Views
Rwandan Airline RwandAir has announced that it is withdrawing ticketing Zimbabwe system form Zimbabwe and accepting only internationally issued credit cards.In a letter directed to trade partners Rwan...

by Mandla Ndlovu

Latest on Evan Mawarire

Published 13 hours ago | 3908 Views
#ThisFlag founder Pastor Evan Mawarire's bail application at the High Court was supposed to commence this morning at 9am, but it has now been delayed until Friday the 25th because the State was not re...

by Mandla Ndlovu

Soldiers takeover roadblocks, beat up kombi drivers

Published 13 hours ago | 10061 Views
Members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces on Wednesday took over the roadblocks in Bulawayo to command drivers of commuter omnibuses to charge the stipulated $1 dollar fare from the western locations to ...

by Mandla Ndlovu

'Mthuli Ncube is a political moron,' says Welshman Ncube

Published 14 hours ago | 8153 Views
MDC Vice President Professor Welshman Ncube has described Finance Minister Mthuli as a political moron due to his statements which he uttered in various interviews at the sidelines of the World Econom...

by Mandla Ndlovu

Temba Mliswa pushes for cabinet reshuffle

Published 15 hours ago | 6269 Views
Norton Member of Parliament is pushing for a cabinet reshuffle that will corrupt Ministers who practice red tape being reshuffled."I continue to insist that a reshuffle is needed. Corruption is so dee...

by Mandla Ndlovu

'Mnangagwa cannot convene dialogue'

Published 15 hours ago | 4527 Views
Exiled former cabinet Minister Professor Jonathan has described President Emmerson Mnangagwa as a discredited person to convene a national dialogue to map the way forward to solving the national crisi...

by Mandla Ndlovu

Chiwenga saga gets Herald Editor suspended

Published 15 hours ago | 13032 Views
The factional fights in ZANU PF have claimed the scalp of Herald Editor Joram Nyathi who was accused of undermining the President by covering his return from the recent EuroAsia trip on page 2.Nyathi ...

by Mandla Ndlovu

Zimbabwe seeks US$500m credit lines in Davos

Published 23 hours ago | 4175 Views
FINANCE and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube is set to negotiate for more than $500 million in credit lines with three unnamed private financiers at the ongoing World Economic Foru...

by Staff reporter

Zupco buses invade Bulawayo routes

Published 23 hours ago | 8999 Views
THE Government has introduced Zupco buses to ply routes between the Bulawayo Central Business District and the city's residential suburbs as it seeks to provide affordable transport to commuters. This...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa struggles to draw line under brutal crackdown

Published 23 hours ago | 6134 Views
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa vowed on Tuesday to investigate security forces over their deadly crackdown on protesters, as he returned to the country and scrambled to fend off a barrage of criticism.T...

by AFP

Mnangagwa to crack the whip at Zanu-PF rivals?

Published 23 hours ago | 9376 Views
TWO top allies to President Emmerson Mnangagwa have all but confirmed a Zanu-PF plot to dethrone the underfire national leader while also making sensational claims of a plot on their own lives by unna...

by newzimbabwe

Chamisa's top ally remanded in custody

Published 23 hours ago | 4855 Views
MDC-Alliance organising secretary Amos Chibaya has joined his fellow lawmaker from Chiwundura Livingstone Chiminya in remand prison after he was remanded in custody to next week to allow police to loc...

by Staff reporter

Modi sets up makeshift shops in suburbs

Published 23 hours ago | 5895 Views
ZANU-PF Bulawayo South legislator Raj Modi has set up makeshift shops in the western suburbs to service residents following the opposition instigated looting and destruction of shops last week. After ...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe chaos part of an African plot, claims Charamba

Published 23 hours ago | 3877 Views
THE recent demonstrations in the country were not a local affair but a way by Western countries to camouflage their goals on Zimbabwe and the African continent in general, Presidential spokesperson Mr...

by Staff reporter

MDC activists flees Zimbabwe, holed in SA

Published 24 hours ago | 1971 Views
MDC-Alliance activists and their civil society partners have fled the country and are reportedly holed up in South Africa after organising the so-called stay-away that degenerated into an orgy of loot...

by Staff reporter

Civil servants to receive a 22,7% allowance on Friday

Published 24 hours ago | 5035 Views
CIVIL servants will receive the 22,7 percent cushioning allowance offered by President Mnangagwa this Friday, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Dr Sekai Nzenza has said. President Mna...

by Staff reporter

The mis-narrating of Zimbabwe's opposition riots

Published 24 hours ago | 1211 Views
We are not surprised at all, are we? The recent violence by the opposition MDC-Alliance and its civic society partners has dominated the headlines putting Zimbabwe on the spotlight once again. It has ...

by Editorial - The Herald

Ramaphosa takes Zimbabwe sanctions fight to Davos

Published 24 hours ago | 830 Views
SOUTH African President Cyril Ramaphosa has taken the campaign against illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe to the 49th edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. WEF brings tog...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa 'debunks' false fuel price narrative

Published 24 hours ago | 1784 Views
Attempts to ascribe last week's pre-planned violence instigated by the opposition MDC-Alliance and its civil society allies to the fuel situation in the country is a false link, President Mnangagwa es...

by Staff reporter

Looters stash goods in mortuary

Published 24 hours ago | 164 Views
Some looters who took part in last week's opposition-instigated violent protests stashed groceries worth over $3 000 in a funeral parlour in Luveve and were busted by the police after they threw a thr...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe demos and the double face of human rights activists

Published 24 hours ago | 81 Views
The recent shutdown called for by the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) and backed by its affiliates, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance, some non-governmental organisations and civi...

by Norman Moyo

Man commits suicide in police station

Published 24 hours ago | 1635 Views
A 37 year old Masvingo man committed suicide at a Beitbridge police station where he had been detained over a case of Malicious Damage to Property (MDP). It is understood that the man , whose next of ...

by Staff reporter

Zimbabwe readies for new currency

Published 24 hours ago | 3330 Views
Government has made progress in terms of achieving conditions that need to be fulfilled on the macro-economic front before the reintroduction of local currency, according to Finance and Economic Devel...

by Staff reporter

Hodzi appointed Prosecutor General

Published 24 hours ago | 997 Views
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has appointed Mr Kumbirai Hodzi as the country's new substantive Prosecutor-General and will be sworn in today at State House. Mr Hodzi has been acting PG since July 24 last year a...

by Staff reporter

Grace Mugabe to lose property

Published 24 hours ago | 2042 Views
FORMER First Lady Mrs Grace Mugabe is now set to lose property after failing to pay legal fees amounting to $278 000 to a Harare law firm. Manase & Manase Legal Practitioners, who represented Mrs ...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa denounces violence

Published 24 hours ago | 323 Views
President Mnangagwa today denounced political violence witnessed recently following calls by the opposition MDC-Alliance and its civic society partners for a so-called stay-away that degenerated into ...

by Staff reporter

PHOTOS: Zimbabwe rights abuse

Published 24 hours ago | 1358 Views
Cars were burnt and properties destroyed by violent demonstrators at last week....

by Staff reporter

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Recent stay-away will NOT deliver the Zimbabwe we want - 'no planning ...

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ZEC testifies in Biti case - The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) h...

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Tribute to Oliver 'Tuku' Mutukudzi

by Dr Masimba Mavaza | 23 January 2019 | 1345 Views

130 000 flee army killings to South Africa

by Mandla Ndlovu | 23 January 2019 | 4620 Views

'I failed to change ZANU PF from within' says Jonathan Moyo

by Mandla Ndlovu | 23 January 2019 | 4958 Views

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by Staff reporter | 23 January 2019 | 4405 Views

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by Staff reporter | 23 January 2019 | 3331 Views

BREAKING: Prophet Makandiwa cleared over 'fake prophecies'

by Staff reporter | 23 January 2019 | 2870 Views

Social Media reacts to music legend Oliver Mtukudzi's death

by Staff reporter | 23 January 2019 | 4422 Views

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by David B Moore I The Conversation | 23 January 2019 | 2107 Views

MDC MPs languish in Hwahwa prison

by Mandla Ndlovu | 23 January 2019 | 2049 Views

Zimbabwe begins to settle IATA debt - The government has started servi...

by Staff reporter | 23 January 2019 | 747 Views

Mawarire bail hearing delayed

by Agencies | 23 January 2019 | 477 Views

'Mnangagwa beware of Chiwenga' Malema warns

by Mandla Ndlovu | 23 January 2019 | 11964 Views

Zimbabwe shutdown, a noble cause but many things went wrong!

by Nomazulu Thata | 23 January 2019 | 1502 Views

Post-Election violence commission submission - I am an independent mem...

by Terence Simbi | 23 January 2019 | 928 Views

ZANU plot against MDC officials exposed

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UK piles pressure on Mnangagwa

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MDCs welcome Mnangagwa's call for dialogue

by newzimbabwe | 23 January 2019 | 2594 Views

Mthuli Ncube vows bold economic turnaround

by ZimLive | 23 January 2019 | 1451 Views

Mnangagwa's move to go after rogue soldiers welcomed by analysts

by Staff reporter | 23 January 2019 | 980 Views

UK Lord urges Zimbabwe recolonisation

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Entertainment

Oliver Mtukudzi had blood cancer?

by Mandla Ndlovu | 23 January 2019 | 160 Views

'Why do you worship guns?' Mnangagwa asked

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