Saturday, January 21, 2017



    MDC-T has fired its Chitungwiza provincial executive and suspended the UK external assembly on charges of corruption.After the national council meeting held last Sunday, the party resolved to fire the entire executive after noting massive corruption.



      A former Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) agent who admitted smashing an MDC supporter’s jaw with pliers, and then pulling out their tooth, has been granted asylum in the UK along with his wife.

      An MDC activist, Augustine Mahute, of Block 7 Matapi Flats in Mbare, Harare died on Saturday night at Matapi Police Station after being assaulted by police officers.



        A married Zimbabwean woman is recovering from a London hospital after being severely attacked by her husband in public when he found her having sex in a toilet with another man during a birthday bash, The Zim Diaspora can reveal.

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        Four Zimbabweans were killed on Saturday night when an Opel Astra they were travelling in collided with a bus 40km north of Louis Trichardt in South Africa along the N1 highway.


        The European Union has waived travel restrictions on two Zimbabwean minister of the ZANU-PF party of President Robert Mugabe so that they can attend a meeting this week in Brussels intended to relaunch trade and development ties between the EU and Zimbabwe.

        Zimbabwe state workers went on strike on Friday to press for a five-fold wage hike, a move that could cripple public services and hamper the struggle by the fragile power-sharing government to fix the economy.

        Zimbabwean victims of the recent xenophobic attacks continue to suffer extreme discrimination and difficult conditions at a safety camp in De Doorns camp, 80 km from the city.

        Workers living on a farm settlement about 35km from Harare, Zimbabwe's capital, bury their dead children secretly because parents cannot afford to get them to a clinic or hospital in time.

        Bulawayo-A man caused a stir at a city flea market after being allegedly caught red-handed "magically" enjoying sexual intercourse with an unaware woman, an act known as mubobobo.


        Media-As Zimbabwe inches back to normality, due in part to the six-month-old unity government’s commitment to restoring press freedom, the BBC recently made an unhindered return after an eight-year ban, giving hope to analysts that the country’s independent media will be revived.