Tuesday, July 26, 2016



    Workers at the Mugabe family’s Gushungo Dairy Farm have accused their employer of unfair dismissal. Both permanent and seasonal workers said they were sent on forced unpaid and indefinite leave a fortnight ago.



      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.



        The Sydney girlfriend of an HIV-positive circus performer who is suspected of infecting up to a dozen women sex partners has offered to put up $5000 surety if he is given bail.

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        Things are getting a little better, Tsvangirai tells US and Europe. At home they're not so sure.


        Two MDC-T councillors in Rusape were last night arrested on allegations of assaulting a member of the Rusape Residents’ Association as he gave evidence to a Government-appointed commission investigating the council’s operations.

        Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor Gideon Gono has moved into a 112-roomed mansion in the leafy Borrowdale estate, zimGossip can report.

        There was a round of applause for President Robert Mugabe as he arrived at the Union Buildings, Pretoria, as he arrived for the inauguration of South Africa’s new President Jacob Zuma on Saturday. The Zimbabwean leader raised a clenched fist in response to mostly ANC members.

        An Econet Wireless employee has been arrested on charges of stealing airtime recharge cards worth over US$30 000 and trying to conceal the crime by alleging they were stolen during an armed robbery.

        Hundreds of Zimbabweans in Canada thronged St Catharines province to witness the first ever launch of a ZAPU provincial executive in that country in an extra-ordinary event that saw party officials thanking Canadian authorities for offering Zimbabwean victims of human rights abuses refugee status.


        A STORM is brewing at fast foods giant Innscor, where senior managers are accusing their expatriate boss of unfair labour practices following the suspension of two of them and the censure of four others.