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Baba Jukwa speaks to Nehanda Radio 

Baba Jukwa taking notes in Nyoka and Kunyepa satire of a cabinet meeting
by admin - 1 August 2014

By Lance Guma Follow @lanceguma Mystery Facebook blogger Baba Jukwa has granted an exclusive interview to Nehanda Radio after we sought clarification on the arrest of Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi and the police hunting down several suspects over the page. Baba Jukwa taking notes in Nyoka and Kunyepa...

Politics

Zanu PF $50 million lawsuit set to explode

Midlands Provincial Affairs minister Jason Machaya

By Blessed Mhlanga The $50 million lawsuit filed against Midlands Provincial Affairs minister Jason Machaya and two others at the Bulawayo High Court by top Zanu PF officials is now ready for a pre-trial conference after both parties filed their papers. Midlands Provincial Affairs minister Jason Machaya Machaya was sued by Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa’s wife, Auxillia, July Moyo, Owen Ncube,...

Business

Econet partners MasterCard in mobile money transfer

Econet partners MasterCard in mobile money transfer (Picture by John Cassim)

By Kudzai Chawafambira HARARE - Zimbabwe’s largest wireless network operator, Econet has unveiled an international debit card linked to its mobile money transfer facility, Ecocash, in partnership with MasterCard. Econet partners MasterCard in mobile money transfer (Picture by John Cassim) The move is part of the telecommunications group’s escalated efforts to increase financial inclusion through...

Opinion

The great deception and betrayal

A Zimbabwean police officer talks on his phone beside a supporters and a portrait of Robert Mugabe

By Itai Dzamara On Thursday Zimbabwe marked a symbolic day. It was twelve months since the stolen 2013 elections, which in the post independence era, symbolises the greatest betrayal of the people’s aspirations for a democratic and prosperous Zimbabwe that is a full member of the global world. A Zimbabwean police officer talks on his phone beside a supporters and a portrait of Robert Mugabe No,...

Crimes & Courts

Kadungure’s bail conditions relaxed

Genius Kadungure getting down to business at his lavish birthday party in October 2011

By Tarisai Machakaire HARARE - A Harare magistrate has temporarily suspended stringent bail conditions which were imposed on Genius Kadungure, a Harare businessman who is facing R1,5 million fraud charges. Genius Kadungure getting down to business at his lavish birthday party in October 2011 Kadungure, famed for holding glitzy all-white parties, was reporting at CID Serious Fraud Squad every Monday...

Local

Pastor accused of stealing from police speaks out

Herman Chimusoro

Lighthouse Christian Church pastor and musician Herman Chimusoro has spoken out about how the police falsely accused him of swindling them of US$192 000 meant to purchase musical instruments for the police band. Herman Chimusoro The pastor was arrested last year in December facing theft of trust property charges and spent over a month in remand prison. It was claimed that in May last year Chief Superintendent...

International

Israel and Hamas agree new truce

News of the latest ceasefire comes nearly a month into Israel's operation against Hamas in Gaza

Israel and Hamas have agreed to an unconditional 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza from 08:00 (05:00 GMT) on Friday. News of the latest ceasefire comes nearly a month into Israel’s operation against Hamas in Gaza A joint US and UN statement urged all parties to “act with restraint” until the ceasefire begins. Talks on a more permanent truce are to start in Cairo. Since Israel...

Showbiz

Makanaka regrets early marriage

Former ZBC TV child star Makanaka Wakatama

By Farai Kuvirimirwa They say experience is the best teacher. This adage aptly reflects on former television presenter Makanaka Wakatama’s recent move to form a trust which is aimed at advocating for rights of young girls that are forced into early marriages. Former ZBC TV child star Makanaka Wakatama Makanaka’s great potential as a gifted television presenter crumbled when she was 16 years...

Sports

CAPS Dis-United as director quits

Caps United influential board member Lewis Uriri

By Robson Sharuko CAPS United were rocked yesterday when influential board member Lewis Uriri quit his post — exactly seven months after being unveiled as part of a six-man crew whose mandate was to bring stability and life to the misfiring Green Machine. Caps United influential board member Lewis Uriri The respected Harare lawyer, who was part of the behind-the-scenes crew at the Green Machine...