Politics

Zim opposition talks of protests, little sign of action

By Gift Phiri Calls for protests to back a push for long-overdue electoral reforms have put Zimbabwe on guard, with opposition leaders seeing an explosion...

Business

‘ZSE bleeding to persist’

By Ndakaziva Majaka HARARE - Trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) is expected to remain depressed in the medium-term due to diminishing investor confidence...

Opinion

‘We must bite the bullet and end this dictatorship’

By Wilbert Mukori If I had to name the greatest challenge of our generation since Zimbabwe attained her independence in 1980 then, without a moment’s...

Showbiz

Guspy Warrior’s Valentine’s gift

By ALWYN MABEHLA HARARE - Dancehall sensation Guspy Warrior is treating his legion of fans to a February 14, special Valentine’s gift with the launch of...

Sports

Zifa signs $100m deal with TSM

HARARE - Zifa yesterday signed a landmark eight-year $100 million deal with Total Sports Marketing (TSM), a Bangladesh sports marketing agency, for the sponsorship,...

Local

‘We have nothing to do with STEM’

Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo jumped the gun in unilaterally taking charge of a programme that falls...

Diaspora

Pastor Masocha’s sex convictions quashed by appeal judges

A Zimbabwean church pastor who was convicted of sex abuse was a victim of a miscarriage of justice, appeal judges in the United Kingdom have ruled.

International

Uganda polls: Candidate vows to repatriate Idi Amin remains

A candidate in Uganda's presidential elections has promised to repatriate the remains of the former dictator, Idi Amin, and build a museum in his honour.