Saturday, January 21, 2017



    A backyard Zimbabwe Cargo company has gone on a stealing escapade as it preys upon poor Zimbabweans in the diaspora, while smuggling illegal substances into the country, the ZimEye can reveal.



      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.



        Worthing -A Zimbabwean nurse who worked at Worthing hospital has been jailed for one year for illegally claiming almost £45,000 in benefits.

        [td_block_social_counter custom_title=”STAY CONNECTED” facebook=”tagDiv” twitter=”envato” youtube=”envato”]


        Fearing a resurgence of xenophobic attacks, around 2,500 Zimbabwean migrants have taken refuge in government buildings in De Doorns, a farming town about 140km from Cape Town, South Africa, after some of their shacks in an informal settlement were attacked and demolished, said a police official.


        Exiled Swazis and supporters are to hold a weekly Vigil outside the Swaziland High Commission in London in protest against human rights abuses in the small southern African country.

        Harare Remand Prison Officer-in-charge Chief Superintendent Chibaya has closed the Juvenile section of the prison and now uses the cells for keeping his chickens.

        Zimbabwe will look into the possibility of joining rand monetary union as an alternative to the country's existing multiple currency regime, Zimbabwe's industry and commerce minister Welshman Ncube said on Tuesday.

        Five Americans two doctors, two nurses and an organizer who carried donated AIDS drugs to Zimbabwe for distribution to the poor were arrested Thursday and remained jailed in Harare on Saturday on a charge of dispensing the medicine without the supervision of a pharmacist or proper licenses, their lawyer said.

        The trial on theft of cell phone charges of deputy Youth Minister, Thamsanqa Mahlangu resumed Monday with Youth Minister Saviour Kasukuwere taking to the witness's stand.


        A man in Zimbabwe has been sentenced to a year in jail with hard labour for insulting President Robert Mugabe.