Saturday, January 21, 2017



    The Zimbabwe Government has told the BBC there is no ban on its operations and it can resume reporting, legally and openly, in Zimbabwe. The BBC's Andrew Harding returns to an optimistic Harare.



      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.



        Police have arrested a Lalapanzi man who allegedly raped his six-year-old daughter in the presence of the girl’s mother.The incident, which has become the talk of the small Lalapanzi community, occurred on Friday last week.

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        Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and civil society were challenged yesterday by the ZANU PF Politburo, which met yesterday,and adopted the widely condemned Kariba Draft Constitution as the basis of any new constitution.


        Jealous drove a Kwekwe woman who is in a polygamous marriage to burn the anal opening of a seven-day-old baby of the younger wife of her husband with a glowing piece of firewood.

        Imagine being married and leaving your spouse behind in search of greener pastures and sending money for the upkeep of that loved person unknowingly that the money is being spent spoiling someone else.

        A top management level ZESA Holdings employee was caught having sex with a co-worker at the company’s premises on Thursday evening last week. The man was identified by name by co-workers who claim they saw the drama from start to finish.

        Thirty-seben people were killed while 29 others were injured when a Mhunga bus they were travelling in was involved in an accident with a lorry as it tried to avoid a haulage truck that had stopped in the middle of the road near the 80km peg along the Harare-Masvingo highway early yesterday morning.

        One of the 12 nominees to the body that will conduct Zimbabwe’s new elections is a suspected FRAUDSTER on the FBI’s wanted list.


        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.