Tuesday, July 26, 2016



    The state has summonsed prominent human rights lawyer Alec Muchadehama for trial on charges that he connived with court officials to have a group of political activists unlawfully released from jail.



      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.



        President Obama has offered to extend a hand to repressive rulers who unclench their fists.

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        Kubatana net source reports that Zimpost is encouraging the use of box addresses in Zimbabwe,according to a notice posted in the Greendale post office after getting clarification from Zimpost.


        Employees with Zesa Holdings, who this week embarked on a massive electricity disconnection exercise in and around Mutare as residents boycott paying power bills deemed expensive, ran for dear life as irate ratepayers went on the offensive.

        Loveness Nyoni ,a clerk of court who two weeks ago appeared in court for allegedly defrauding a woman of R500 after promising to stop her eviction by the Messenger of Court was yesterday back in the dock, this time accused of defrauding another person of US$270.

        Chegutu - Six armed robbers yesterday morning hit Stanbic Bank’s Chegutu branch, shot and injured an assistant branch manager before fleeing with hundreds of thousands of US dollars, rands and pulas, according to reports from the town, 110km southwest of Harare.

        Raping a 11-year-old juvenile, who was on her way to the toilet last week earned a 30-year-old Chipinge man 15 years behind bars.

        Harare-Air Zimbabwe has cancelled scheduled regional and international flights due to shortage of funds to buy fuel and to pay more than a thousand of its workers, the Zimbabwe Guardian has learnt.


        Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said there was no evidence of systematic violence in Zimbabwe, comments that could help reassure Western donors who want to see human rights improvements before resuming aid.