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When news that renowned protest singer cum activist Viomak is working on forming a political party, Zimbabwe Development Leaders was reported, some people did not receive the new development as good news after which one of them MDC-T supporter Shepherd Yuda went on a dirty errand claiming that the protest singer is a liar who lied that her protest music is banned in Zimbabwe and that she is targeted by Mugabe’s CIO’s.
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.
TECH AND GADGETS
Five ZBC workers at Montrose studios in Bulawayo have been suspended from work for allegedly abusing the Artist and Actors Fund.
………ahead of the launch of ZIMBABWE’S GREATEST CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT code named: ’’OPERATION FAIR PLAY.’’ PPP-PRESIDENT Pastor Timothy Chiguvare is gearing himself to turn...
A Waterfalls man will spend the next 22 months in jail after pleading guilty to four counts of statutory rape after it was discovered that he had been having a sexual relationship with his 15-year-old sister-in-law.
MDC-T Member of Parliament for Kwekwe urban constituency Honorable Blessing Chebundo who is facing rape charges has been denied bail by the High Court and he will appear at the Kwekwe Magistrates Court.
INVESTEC Asset Management's Africa Frontier Private Equity Fund is finalising a private equity investment for a 10%-20% stake in OK Zimbabwe, the second-largest supermarket chain by number of stores in that country.
The illness of defence attorney, Ookeditse Maphakwane, has resulted in the postponement of a case of murder in which Gerald Dube, a Zimbabwean, is accused of the murder of fellow Zimbabwean, Patricia Majoko, her two children, and their family maid on September 13, 2003 in Francistown.
The Media Institute of Southern Africa MISA-Zimbabwe has condemned the defamation charges levelled against state- controlled daily The Chronicle editor, Brezhnev Malaba and reporter, Nduduzo Tshuma over an article exposing a maize scandal at the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), published in the paper in February.