Month: July 2017
Main News Opinion & Columnist

Gukurahundi Origins: Myth and reality, part 1 – ‘war’ in Bulawayo, 1980-1

The so-called Entumbane disturbances of November 1980 and February 1981, during which Robert Mugabe’s guerrilla army fought that of his nationalist rival, Joshua.

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Main News Zimbabwe

Broke MDC-T shuts Harvest House , meetings moved to Tsvangirai’s residence

MDC-T has temporarily shut down its Harvest House headquarters in central Harare after the Sheriff of the High Court attached its furniture to.

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Business Main News

Zimbabwe Land Grabs: Judgement Reserved In White Commercial Farmer David Connolly Supreme Court Challenge

THE Supreme Court yesterday reserved judgment in a matter in which a prominent Matabeleland South commercial farmer is appealing against an order to.

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Main News World News

Malawi Issues Warrant Of Arrest For Ex-President Banda

Blantyre – Malawi police on Monday issued an arrest warrant for former president Joyce Banda in connection with the country’s “Cashgate” corruption scandal,.

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Soccer Legend Shaya to receive free medical support for life

George “Mastermind” Shaya was reduced to tears on Saturday after he was guaranteed free medical support for life. Shaya who has been living.

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Entertainment Main News


Right so the day before party in the park I wanted to go buy all our drinks and my so called friend “Brackia”.

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Business Main News

Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission says it has no money to investigate corruption outside Harare

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) says it has no money to carry out investigations outside the capital Harare due to limited funding from.

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Main News Politics

Will Mnangagwa survive onslaught?

Opinion was over the weekend split on whether President Robert Mugabe and his outspoken wife, Grace, could do “a Mujuru” on Vice President.

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Transgender activist awaits High Court ruling $10,8 million compensation for unlawful arrest for entering a ladies’ toilet

BULAWAYO High Court judge Justice Francis Bere is on Friday expected to hand down judgment in a case where transgender activist, Ricky Eugene.

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Opinion & Columnist

UK Immigration: Income rule changes

THE Home Office has published a Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules which was presented to Parliament on 20 July 2017.  The purpose.

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