Thursday, October 27, 2016



    FREEDOM TO CREATE is what the sisters will be calling for this Saturday 17 April as SISTAZ OPEN MIC joins the rest of Zimbabwe in commemorating thirty years of independence. Sistaz Open Mic continues at The Book Cafe with a more creative, expressive and colourful line-up of both emerging and established women artists through music, poetry and dance, from 2-5pm.



      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.



        Masvingo -A 24-year-old Mwenezi woman strangled her six-year-old disabled child and buried him in a shallow grave in a desperate bid to please her new husband who had threatened to terminate their relationship if the baby was allowed to stay in their house, police have confirmed.

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        A visually impaired top-selling musician who used to be the frontman for Jairos Jiri Band is on top of the world after regaining his sight after a session of prayers with Bishop Ezekiel Guti of ZAOGA church.


        Singer Maskiri has gone rural . . . in fact, he has gone to Guruve where he became, at first, a hit and is now said to be an eyesore.

        The World Cup may have pushed up sales of vuvuzelas, T-shirts and footballs in South Africa, but in neighbouring Zimbabwe there are fears the tournament has spawned a much more grisly market in human heads.

        The violence of Zimbabwe’s politics have now touched even this tiny, rural hamlet, leaving behind a badly injured and shattered woman – her life changed in one night.

        Mavambo-Dawn-Khusile leader Simba Makoni on Thursday appeared before a Bindura magistrate facing charges under the Public Order and Security Act for allegedly convening an illegal public gathering in Glendale last year.

        The Constitutional Outreach program which was supposed to peacefully create a new people-driven constitution for Zimbabwe, has instead often brought little more than renewed violence against those perceived to be MDC supporters.


        11 November 2007 :To whom it may Concern. Tatambura isu vashandi ku Girl Child Network Zimbabwe zvokuti tafunga kuti tiburitse zvatinoitwa na Betty Makoni but tinotya because Makoni anoti ane maconnections kwese kwese kubva kuma mapurisa, zvipatara ne madonor ake.