Thursday, December 8, 2016



    A 29 year old Mutasa man who heartlessly bludgeoned a 73-year-old granny together with her teenager grandson to death using a pestle was on Wednesday convicted of murder with actual intent and was sentenced to death on both counts.



      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.



        Media-As Zimbabwe inches back to normality, due in part to the six-month-old unity government’s commitment to restoring press freedom, the BBC recently made an unhindered return after an eight-year ban, giving hope to analysts that the country’s independent media will be revived.

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        Top Zimbabwean government officials being probed for corruption, including Zanu-PF cabinet ministers, have brought the anti-corruption commission's investigations to a halt by starving it of funds and failing to appoint commissioners.


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

        Agricultural workers union boss Getrude Hambira has gone into hiding for the second time in three months as state security agents swooped into the offices of the trade union Thursday to arrest two officials in Harare.

        Mutare - A top Zimbabwean human rights campaigner on Wednesday said the country’s Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) spy agency has tracked him to an international summit in Namibia to try to stop him from exposing the serious human rights violations his organisation has compiled in the controversial Marange diamond fields.

        Three civil society monitors sustained ear and head injuries when they were allegedly assaulted with logs on Sunday by suspected Zanu (PF) youths in Mashonaland West.

        Rachel Ferrara is accused of stabbing her boyfriend Tuesday afternoon after she caught him watching pornography and masturbating, according to La Crosse,US police reports.


        Police today disrupted a peaceful march organized by the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions to commemorate September 13. The police had initially written to the ZCTU banning the gathering and accused the ZCTU of trying to scuttle the National Healing Process by commemorating this day.