While many Zimbabweans will be rooting for him to claim his first major accolade south of the Limpopo, contemporary music star Jah Prayzah is not certain that he will attend tonight’s South African Music Awards (SAMA) ceremony.
Despite his advancing years and increasing frailty, 93-year-old Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe shows few signs of losing his love for foreign travel, a predilection that is costing his cash-strapped country dear.
Business tycoon Philip Chiyangwa has lost the legal battle against the auctioning of his company’s industrial machinery attached over a debt of nearly $300 000 in unpaid water bills to the Bulawayo City Council.
A Bulawayo kombi driver who slapped a passenger for vomiting in his kombi resulting in the victim falling and hitting his head against the tarmac causing his death six days later, was yesterday convicted of culpable homicide.
Former Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) Commissioner-General Gershom Pasi, who resigned this week, will walk away scot free, as his resignation removes the right for Zimra to bring him to a hearing over the 40 charges of corruption and…
A group of prophets caused commotion at Victoria Falls bus terminus as they demanded to search all buses before departure insisting that one of the buses had a body of a child which could cause an accident.
Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa is concerned by the danger posed by his former mentor Sunday Chidzambwa as he battles to steer the Harare giants out of the woods with a cagey assignment against ZPC Kariba at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.
Former Finance Minister Tendai Biti’s party has launched a scathing attack at President Robert Mugabe’s two deputies describing them as fools after the two top government officials have made a series of blunders while on duty.
Zimbabwe’s controversial programme to redistribute land taken from white farmers cost 1,5 million jobs, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
Another crisis is looming at State hospitals, after fed up nurses gave notice to the government that they would soon embark on a crippling strike — as they press for improved working conditions and the dismissal of the Health Services Board…