Saturday, January 21, 2017



    Zimbabweans in the diaspora are remitting between US$600 million and US$1 billion a year, helping prop up the economy, Economic Planning and Development Minister Elton Mangoma, has said.



      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.



        Echoing Green foundation just announced that 350 incredible emerging social change organizations have been selected as semifinalists in their 2010 fellowship competition.

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        The bankrupt Zimbabwe government has somehow blown nearly ZAR86 million (USD11,6million) in one year in school fees for children and relatives of mostly top Zanu PF officials who are studying in South African Universities at a time when local universities are struggling to function due to serious financial constraints.


        Masvingo- In an incident that left the Sengwe community in Chiredzi district dumbfounded, a 27-year-old traditional healer fatally assaulted his three months pregnant wife for failing to sew his traditional healing regalia in time, police confirmed last week.

        Roy Bennett the deputy agriculture minister designate cannot attend urgent meetings in South Africa because Attorney General Johannes Tomana won’t release his passport.

        A Kuwadzana man has been arrested and has been remanded in custody to December 16 after allegedly raping his 16-year-old stepdaughter and bragging to her that he would not be arrested because he had police friends.

        Indian buyers snapped up about 83 percent of diamonds from Zimbabwe’s controversial Marange mines that were auctioned in Harare last week, according to reports from the Asian country.

        A Dzivarasekwa man allegedly lost property worth US$85 000 to bogus traditional healers after they convinced him they could cleanse him of the evil spirits haunting him.


        Bulawayo woman is feared to have been a victim of human trafficking after she was lured to Harare by a bogus non-governmental organisation (NGO) known only by the initials ICPAO before being allegedly abducted and sent to South Africa where she is believed to have been forced into prostitution.