Wednesday, February 22, 2017



    Sungura musician Tongai Moyo’s Mazda BT50 (double cab) was involved in a fatal accident on Monday night.



      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.



        A ZANUPF CIO syndicate spying on Zimbabwean protest singer Viomak on Facebook has been exposed. The syndicate masterminded by one Naison Taurwi Gwarada is using a string of women to torment and harass the protest singer cum activist whilst Naison plays the devil’s advocate .

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        Does limelight help one further their ambitions? Well, it doesn’t always follow that limelight is the gateway to success.First it was the 2008 Idols East and Southern Africa winner, Eric Moyo who got lots of exposure in the prestigious competition, got lots of money and even got a lucrative recording contract but has failed to live up to expectations.


        HIV prevalence for the ages 15 to 49 is higher in the southern regions of the country, with Matabeleland South Province having the highest prevalence. According to information made available by the National Aids Council (NAC) HIV/Aids is also more prevalent in rural areas compared to urban areas.

        Zimpapers has launched the Midlands edition of The Chronicle which will circulate in the Midlands province only.

        A 20year old man from Bulawayo’s Tshabalala suburb last week went berserk and assaulted his 47-year-old mother and niece before kicking them out of their home, a court heard.

        It’s a question that has long dogged the First Family of Gospel Music. It threatens to tarnish the spotless social record Olivia and Charles Charamba hold as a pious couple

        Residents of Old Magwegwe in Bulawayo are drawing water for household use from a leaking underground pipe after going for two weeks without water in the suburb.


        A visiting delegation from the Kimberley Process has just concluded a week long investigation into Zimbabwe’s controversial diamond mining trade and found that the country’s military and police were major contributors to the illegal activities, human rights abuses and murders that took place in the Marange diamond fields, despite denials by government officials.