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DR. JOSHUA M. NKOMO 2 Stevenage Road East Ham E6 2WL London E6 2WL United Kingdom 7th June, 1983 INFORMATIVE LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER MUGABE Dear Robert, 1. I write to you as a citizen of Zimbabwe and one of the leaders of our country, to you not just as one of the leaders of Zimbabwe,...

By Lance Guma Follow @lanceguma HARARE – Newly-elected Buhera South MP Joseph Chinotimba (Zanu PF) blew a gasket in Parliament on Thursday...

By Lance Guma Follow @lanceguma He might be well known for being the butt of many jokes that mock his broken English and sometimes clownish behaviour...

Following changes to the parliament and government in Zimbabwe, Mckay Tshuma of Mthwakazi Research Institute, caught up with Miss Nomagugu “Magugu”...

Five years ago communities lost lives due to Politically Motivated Violence. This week the Heal Zimbabwe Trust (HZT) pays homage to the lives of...

Joshua Mqabuko Nyongolo Nkomo (19 June 1917–1 July 1999) was the leader and founder of the Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU) and a member...

BULAWAYO – Unknown activists changed Bulawayo’s Main Street to Joshua Nkomo Street while hundreds of people yesterday attended the commemorations...

By Lance Guma Follow @lanceguma Today we add President Robert Mugabe’s spokesman George Charamba to the Zimbabwe Wall of Shame. In 2004 the...

By Lance Guma Follow @lanceguma Co-Home Affairs Minister Kembo Mohadi was implicated in the 1999 murder of Lutheran World Federation employee...

By Mark Olden Amid all the bloodshed of Zimbabwe’s 2008 election, it was the murder of the 30-year-old Tonderai Ndira that caught the international...