Thursday, December 8, 2016



    Gospel supremo Pastor Charles Charamba admits he made an error in judgement when he recorded his latest album — New Testament On Song — which has turned out to be his worst in terms of sales and appreciation by his fans.



      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.



        The Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria on Friday granted Zimbabwe $37.9 million, resuming support after getting assurances from the unity government that the money would not be misused.

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        The coffee industry was growing steadily until 2000, when Mugabe embarked on a drive to resettle landless but inexperienced black farmers on white-owned commercial farms.


        Zimbabwe's parliamentary select committee on the new constitution (COPAC) has admitted that it has failed to raise the US$35 million required to carry out its tasks.

        A 34-year-old Zimbabwean man was killed when the car he was travelling in veered off the road and rammed into a tree along the Thohoyandou-Sibasa road in Limpopo province, South Africa.

        Three uniformed soldiers beat a Warren Park D high density suburb resident for his mobile ringing tone which they said is anti Robert Mugabe.

        Police have launched an operation that has netted 51 people, including six doctors, for allegedly dispensing expired and unregistered drugs.

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


        A self-proclaimed spiritual healer, commonly known as muporofita, recently forced one of his clients to clench burning charcoal as part of the healing process during a church cleansing ceremony, a Gweru magistrate was told.