Monday, September 26, 2016



    Singapore, 26 November, 2010: The Founder of a Sudanese theatre group that stages mobile performances to bring their message for peace and reconciliation to Sudan’s most dangerous conflict zones was awarded the 2010 Freedom to Create Prize, organisers said today.



      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.



        Veteran politician and former Cabinet Minister Cde Thenjiwe Lesabe announced yesterday that she was joining the revived Zapu led by Cde Dumiso Dabengwa.

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        Zimbabwe's deputy youth minister Thamsanqa Mahlangu was released on bail on Monday after prosecutors decided against applying to the High Court to block his bail.


        Shurugwi - A 24-year-old Shurugwi man raped his 18-year-old aunt at knife-point and was discovered by police and witnesses stark naked lying on the floor after committing the crime.

        Mutare Provincial magistrate Mr Billiard Musakwa has dismissed the defence’s application in the trial of Newman Chiadzwa who is facing charges of contravening sections of the Precious Stones Trade Act after being found in possession of about eight kilogrammes of diamonds.

        A Zimbabwean security guard has been arrested in South Africa for stealing from FIFA deputy president and chairman of the Confederations Cup Organising Committee Issa Hayatou.

        The demise of the all-but-worthless Zimbabwe dollar and its replacement with foreign currency is being mirrored by a rise in violent crime, perpetrated particularly by police officers.

        THE ZAPU national executive has issued a directive to dissolve its United Kingdom province following unending petty political squabbles, The Zim Diaspora revealed.


        A man who has lived in Belfast for 15 years has moved out of his home in the east of city after racist graffiti was daubed on the property.Taz Aritura, who is originally from Zimbabwe, said Nazi symbols were painted on the door and wall of the house he rents in Channing Street.