Friday, October 21, 2016



    Former fiery politician, Enos Nzombi Nkala, has revealed that his successor as Defence Minister, Moven Mahachi was eliminated for his robust opposition to Zanu-PF leadership’s unbridled looting of diamonds in the Democratic Republic of Congo.



      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.



        MDC Secretary General and Finance Minister Tendai Biti has launched his ministry’s website designed to make the treasury more visible to Zimbabweans as the country pushes a new image building programme.

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        The journey to a new people-driven Constitution is irreversible despite attempts by some retrogressive forces to derail the process, the co-chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee, Hon. Douglas Mwonzora has said.


        The demise of the all-but-worthless Zimbabwe dollar and its replacement with foreign currency is being mirrored by a rise in violent crime, perpetrated particularly by police officers.

        A reference to “negro skin” in a letter from Royal Berkshire Hospital has left a Whitley mother and her daughter angry and upset.

        Josphat Somanje’s sex life is a mess. Barely a few hours before his performance at the Independence Gala at the Harare International Conference Centre on Friday, there was an explosion of fisticuffs at the Harare Polytechnic on Thursday night where his group was booked.

        Thousands of teachers who were re-engaged after either absconding or resigning in search of greener pastures — are reported to have gone for between nine and 15 months without being paid, it has been learnt.

        The son of the Senator for Masotsha-Ndlovu Constituency in Bulawayo and two of his accomplices have each been sentenced to five years after being found in possession of dangerous weapons while using the legislator’s official car for criminal activities.


        The late Fortune Mparutsa, who was finally buried in Mutare last Saturday evening, came to know of his real father later in his life and instantly ditched the Mparutsas, sparking a fierce stand-off between the late singer and the entire Mparutsas, it has emerged.