Tuesday, September 27, 2016



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      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.



        Two bodyguards protecting the daughter of Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe will not be prosecuted for allegedly roughing up two photographers in Hong Kong, officials said Tuesday.

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        Five prospective mass media houses have submitted applications to operate new newspapers in Zimbabwe, among them NewsDay owned by media mogul Trevor Ncube, Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) officials said on Wednesday.


        Suspected Al-Shabaab militia of Somalia abducted three foreign staff working for U.S.-based Action Against Hunger in northern Kenya, Kenya's authorities confirmed on Saturday.

        Working together for the past 25 years, the global community has achieved many successes in the fight against HIV/AIDS that deserve recognition on this World AIDS Day.

        More than a year after the signing of a power-sharing deal aimed at rescuing Zimbabwe's shattered economy, young people are still leaving the country in droves, seeking a better life in South Africa.

        Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) provincial chairman for Masvingo Wilstaff Sitimere was arrested on Tuesday morning for yet unknown charges.

        Bulawayo - A family was left dumbfounded when it found out that the body of its relative has been eaten by maggots at a funeral parlour, which had charged them thousands of Rand.


        Lower-ranking police officers and army troops in Zimbabwe say they are better off under the country's new inclusive government. But they quietly say they fear there is too much political involvement in the security services.