Zhuwao savages ‘treacherous’ Mutsvangwa

HARARE - President Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao yesterday savaged War Veterans minister Christopher Mutsvangwa, saying he does not associate with “treacherous” officials.


Delta invests $26m in two Chibuku Super plants

By Lovemore Zigara The country’s leading beverage manufacturer, Delta Beverages, has set aside $26 million dollars for the setting up of two additional Chibuku Super...


Tweeting Factionalism: Zim social media’s democratic importance

By Takura Zhangazha Zimbabwe’s Commissioner General of the Police Service, Augustine Chihuri recently told a pass out parade that he is worried about the negative impact...


Beyonce gets political at the Super Bowl

Beyonce issued a strong political statement with her halftime show at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday with backing dancers dressed as members of armed rights group the Black Panthers.


Bosso too broke to buy players

By Ricky Zililo BULAWAYO - Highlanders chairman Peter Dube is confident that his club will be more competitive in the 2016 season despite their failure...


Schools must take rands: Dokora

It is against the law to reject the South African rand and Botswana pula as legal tender for the payment of school fees, the government has warned.


Canada gives Zimbabweans 6 more months to legalize stay

By Ndimyake Mwakalyele Zimbabweans living in Canada have an additional six months to apply for permanent residency to live legally in the country, on humanitarian and...


Germany train crash: Several killed in Bavarian town of Bad Aibling

Two passenger trains have collided in the German state of Bavaria, with police saying several people have been killed and scores injured.