Friday, October 28, 2016



    The self-anointed Emperor Thembu 2nd, Votani ‘Dabulamanzi’ Majola of Tembuland Empire, has issued foreign nationals residing in the country an ultimatum instructing them to vacate South Africa with immediate effect from September 1, 2010.



      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.



        Several people were injured at MDC-T’s Harvest House headquarters in Harare last week when the party’s restive Chitungwiza province met to elect a new executive.

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        The non-burial of the late Zimbabwean R&B musician, Fortune Muparutsa, seems to have nothing to do with the money (£2,450) needed to fly his body home: there are reports of deep family divisions.


        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.

        The story of Roman Catholic priests breaking their celibacy vows is a tired tale, but in Bulawayo’s suburb of Tshabalala the narrative is made more intriguing by angry radical church youths

        Higher and Tertiary Education Minister and Zanu PF heavyweight in Masvingo, Stan Mudenge is seeing red, after a group of war veterans led by the combative and self-styled provincial chairman, Isaiah Muzenda, besieged his Chikore farm demanding that the minister co-exists with black families which he evicted last month.

        Harare– Zimbabwe’s longest serving journalist and one of President Robert Mugabe’s most strident critics in the media has been called from retirement for the third time – this time to rescue the President’s most fanatical supporter, The Herald newspaper.

        Two policemen based at Nguboyenja Police Station allegedly took turns to rape a woman who had been brought by her family for interrogation over some missing money, a Bulawayo magistrate heard yesterday.


        Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has said the inclusive government was solid and working well in spite of challenges the new administration was facing as it strives to revive the country's economy.