Politics

Mujuru ‘exposes’ Zanu PF poll plot

Former Vice President Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First (ZPF) party, whose leading lights have intimate knowledge of President Robert Mugabe’s governing Zanu PF, says yesterday's million-man march by the former liberation movement is a “kick-start” of its rigging strategy for the 2018 national elections.

Opinion

What the Zanu PF and MDC-T marches failed to address

By Roy Muroyi Yesterday we witnessed hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans taking part in the so called million man march. Different “radical” speakers took to...

Business

RBZ to hold 80pc tobacco receipts

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) will now hold 80 percent of all tobacco receipts for distribution to other banks while the receiving bank shall retain 20 percent.

Showbiz

Bill Cosby ordered to stand trial in sex assault case

A US judge has ordered actor and comedian Bill Cosby to stand trial on charges of sexual assault. Mr Cosby, 78, is accused of drugging...

Sports

Time now ripe for Khama – Pasuwa

By Grace Chingoma WARRIORS coach Callisto Pasuwa believes the time is now ripe for Zimbabwe international Khama Billiat to move to a better league in...

Local

Ex-Mpilo Hospital boss set free

The High Court has quashed both the conviction and sentence of former Mpilo Central Hospital staffer, Edgar Mdongo, who was jailed for five years for defrauding the hospital of R200,000.

Diaspora

Zim comedian to feature on Kevin Hart’s show

Mbare-born comedian Alfred the Alleycat has been selected to feature on Kevin Hart's show on Comedy Central called “Funny is Funny.”

International

Zuma cartoon exam question: South African school apologises

A South African school has apologised for setting an exam question using a satirical cartoon of President Jacob Zuma floating in a pool full of money.