Friday, August 26, 2016



    Little in the arts sector has been said or done about the Zambezi River, one of Zimbabwe’s beautiful natural heritages and Africa’s fourth largest river.



      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 Zimbabwean man has been found dead in Oxford in an apparent suicide.Mzuzile Ncube's body was retrieved from the banks of the River Thames in Oxford on Sunday hours after he crashed his mum’s motor, friends said.

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        Residents of Tshabalala in Bulawayo thoroughly assaulted a woman and her daughter who were caught naked in the wee hours of last Thursday morning, reportedly attempting to bury muti in their landlord’s garden, after they were given notice to vacate the house.


        Local Government Minister Ignatious Chombo has ordered his estranged wife to stop farming activities at his New Allan Grange farm, following a maintenance dispute which could expose the business empire the Minister has built over the years.

        The Arthur Mutambara MDC has resolved to appoint Trudy Stevenson, a former MDC MP as ambassador, after their nominated choice, Siyabonga Ncube threw sand in the faces of his leadership by refusing to take up his ambassadorial appointment.

        With its factory buildings characterised by high rise walls and sloping roofs covered by metals sheets, one is definitely made to believe that the Jopa Industrial Building along Liverpool Road in Mutare's Nyakamete Industrial Area is one hell of a prime time product manufacturing plant.

        MDC-T national treasurer Roy Bennett, who is being accused of illegally possessing weapons for use in terror or insurgency, yesterday lost his bid to have bail conditions relaxed.

        Harare - An Africa University student on attachment with the National Constitutional Assembly allegedly robbed four supermarkets in Harare after threatening to shoot till operators if they did not hand over cash, a magistrate’s court heard yesterday.


        Five men from Lot 14 and 15 Essexvale Muthangala farm in Esigodini have been arraigned before Esigodini magistrate facing charges of malicious damage to property after a fire they started destroyed property worth US$359 576.