PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday admitted that veteran nationalist Cephas Msipa was candid about the source of Zimbabwe’s problems that include leadership failure.
Zanu PF was accused of bussing supporters to polling stations as well as intimidating voters in the Norton by-election held yesterday.
A Zanu PF committee set up to investigate Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s allegations that a ruling party faction set the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) on him to […]
Air Zimbabwe chief executive officer Rington Muzenda has claimed the $300 million airline legacy debt is not a big problem as other airlines are making losses around that figure in […]
In a bizarre incident that left villagers in Murewa shell-shocked, a 12-month-old baby was crushed to death by its mother during a fight with her husband recently.
Armed soldiers last week allegedly threatened to behead Harare lawyer Taona Sibanda for trying to stop them from forcibly taking property at Cynthia Maadza’s farm.
After the 2013 elections, the European Union (EU) started relaxing its policies towards President Robert Mugabe’s government going to the extent of lifting targeted sanctions on certain institutions and officials.
TWO months ago former vice-president Joice Mujuru and ex-Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai breathed life into Zimbabwe’s opposition politics when they held hands as they marched in Gweru against President Robert […]
Chinese blankets which are smuggled into the country are threatening the viability of one of Zimbabwe’s leading companies as they are sold cheaper than locally-produced products.
Zimbabwe is said to be fast becoming a country of vendors with unemployment now estimated at over 90% of the population.