Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s public spats with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have intensified since the minister’s arrest last year on charges that he abused money from the Zimbabwe […]
Poll monitors yesterday expressed concern over the high number of assisted voters during the Bikita West parliamentary by-election amid claims Zanu PF supporters feigned illiteracy as part of rigging.
BARNABAS Mabhena, a communal farmer in Bubi district, Matabeleland North province, says he had this year stocked adequate pesticides and was ready to fight any crop-eating pests — until the […]
Former Education minister Aeneas Chigwedere’s son has taken his father alongside police commissioner general Augustine Chihuri and his two junior officers to the High Court, demanding the return of a […]
Ephania Chirau, a 33-year-old single mother will not forget the day she was diagnosed with typhoid, a water-borne disease stalking some of Harare’s poorest neigbourhoods.
A NEW political party called Build Zimbabwe Alliance (BZA) recently registered with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC).
Looking at the sky, his face seemingly disturbed by the dark clouds above, Marlon Sixpence (not his real name) mutters something like “yakuuya futi” [the rains are coming again]’.
A humanitarian crisis is looming along the Zimbabwe-Mozambican border after the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) reportedly displaced over a thousand families from the Zamuchiya border buffer zone as civil war […]
President Robert Mugabe lied about the alleged theft of diamonds worth $15 billion from Chiadzwa mines to justify the forced merger of mining companies, a shadowy state media columnist claimed […]
Days after reversing extortionist government-approved mobile data charges by Econet Wireless, Information Communication Technology and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira is yet to know peace.