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Ghost of 2008 spooks Zanu PF

By Mugove Tafirenyika President Robert Mugabe’s savagely-contested succession — as well as the recent concrete moves by the country's resurgent opposition to work together ahead of...


Letter from America: Can Zimbabweans negotiate their way to freedom?

By Ken Mufuka Now faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. As a Christian, I am compelled...


Musiyiwa Denhere of Mkoba 20 decided to repent from his evil ways by joining a local Pentecostal church

Joy as prophet returns tsikamutanda’s goblins

It was a baby-come-back moment for a Gweru tsikamutanda who had lost his goblins to a prophet whom he accused of using them. Musiiwa Denhere...

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Abuse at NRZ: Sits on $150m real estate: Asset register in...

By Temba Dube The rundown National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is sitting on countrywide real estate estimated to be worth more than $150 million, with...


Soul Jah Love real name Saul Musaka

‘Pamamonya Ipapo’ craze hits Zimbabwe

Some few years ago, Soul Jah Love real name Saul Masaka, was a homeless man, a roving ruffian of no fixed abode, but today his music is touching souls, and leaving a mark on the crowded music scene.


Yadah Stars

Newboys Yadah stun log-leaders Ngezi

Yadah FC’s fairy-tale start to life in the Castle Lager Premiership continued yesterday when they ended log leaders Ngezi Platinum Stars’ 100 percent record.

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ZBC duo cleared of corruption charges

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) last year investigated a number of corruption cases involving high-profile figures, including Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation senior officials who were later acquitted in the courts.


Thomas Mapfumo and Nick Mangwana

‘Pfutseki iwe’ – Thomas Mapfumo tells Zanu PF UK chairman during...

By Lance Guma Chimurenga music legend Thomas Mapfumo was in a no-nonsense mood during a live radio interview on Studio 7 Voice of America, telling Zanu...


Zambian opposition leader remains in custody

Zambian opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema will remain in custody until at least next week after a court said on Thursday it would rule...