ED wants to kill me …Mapfumo rubbishes govt peace talk

In 2022, Mapfumo failed to come back to Zimbabwe to bury his brother Lancelot who had succumbed to cancer in the United States, where he was living citing his security in Zimbabwe.
By Sindiso Dube Feb. 18, 2024

Govt officials, politicians and their use of social media

As of October 2023, social media statistics in Zimbabwe revealed that X has an average of 21% users
By Evans Mathanda Nov. 12, 2023

‘Mutsvangwa, Mangwana wanted to steal from ZBC’

Mangwana confirmed that Hombarume was responsible for making decisions at ZBC through board resolutions.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 27, 2023

Confusion over schools opening

No reason was given for the postponement of schools opening.
By Staff Reporter Sep. 4, 2023

‘Defamatory’ report riles EU observers

According to the report, the EU EOM met journalists in Midlands and gave them whisky and fuel coupons among other freebies to tarnish the credibility of the country.
By Miriam Mangwaya Aug. 21, 2023

Zimbabwe deports Good Governance Africa CEO Chris Maroleng

Maroleng said immigration officials arrived at their hotel in Bulawayo for “routine inspections of their passports”.
By Business Today Aug. 18, 2023

Disgruntled ZBC workers expose fierce internal wars

ZBC workers, who last year demanded to meet President Emmerson Mnangagwa over their poor working conditions, say the environment had become toxic.
By Staff Reporter Aug. 13, 2023

Supreme Court upholds Kasukuwere ban from presidential race

Kasukuwere approached the Supreme Court after High Court judge, Justice David Mangota barred him from contesting in the presidential race.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 28, 2023

D-Day for Kasukuwere

Uriri said Kasukuwere was failing to produce his passport or an affidavit confirming that he was not absent from Zimbabwe.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 28, 2023