Tuesday, October 25, 2016



    The councillor for ward 6 in Bindura Rural and MDC’s Mashonaland Central province organising secretary, Gilson Chitakunye, today sustained serious head injuries after he was brutally assaulted by Zanu PF thugs who violently disrupted the All Stakeholders Constitutional Conference in Harare.



      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.



        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.

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        Zimbabwe's foreign minister Wednesday summoned three Western envoys to scold them for leaving early from the burial of President Robert Mugabe's sister, after being told in a speech to go "to hell".


        Senate was Wednesday adjourned to February next year after MDC-T senators continued to disrupt business — singing and shouting — in the House in protest against the attendance of provincial governors whom they refuse to recognise arguing they were unilaterally appointed by President Robert Mugabe.

        CMED (Pvt) Ltd, a company set up by government to provide transport hire services and procure vehicles on its behalf, is debt-ridden and failing to account for 19 vehicles that have vanished without a trace in Harare, an audit report has said.

        Although the Day of the African Child came and went, its memories and what it stands for will remain etched in the minds of many, especially to pupils of Harare-based St Giles School.

        Bulawayo residents have registered their displeasure at the rate at which the city council is leasing out public property like factory shells, public toilets and flea markets to councillors, a development which they say raises the question of conflict of interest.

        Bulawayo -A Bulawayo man is demanding back the lobola he paid to his in-laws following reports that two other men who also wanted to marry the same woman had paid different sums as lobola in the past two years.


        A Murehwa businessman was last Friday shot and killed by three armed robbers who raided his shop at Chigumirirwa Business Centre in Musami.