Friday, July 29, 2016



    The show for 21st Century girls and women:Muzvare Betty Makoni Show is the brainchild of Simba Nyanhanga who runs the Zimonline Radio. Simba lost his sister to child abuse and for a long time had followed my work and admired what I did with girls and really wanted his to highlight my girl child empowerment model.



      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.



        Disgruntled ZIMTA Chief, Sifiso Ndlovu up in arms with the Zimbabwean woman writer, as BritaVoice responds to Sifiso Ndlovu.

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        Bulawayo provincial education director Mr Dan Moyo yesterday condemned acts of lesbianism at schools, saying the practice was deplorable and unacceptable.


        British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday insisted that Zimbabwe should make more progress before sanctions can be lifted, resisting pressure from South African President Jacob Zuma.

        Robert Mugabe will celebrate his 86th birthday on Friday with a lavish £325,000 party to be broadcast live on the country's state television.

        The Movement for Democratic Change party led by Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara has accused the party’s Secretary General Welshman Ncube and senior official Priscilla Misihairabwi of conniving to usurp power.

        Selina Mutoleka and her AIDS-orphaned grandchildren struggle to grow enough food on their farm in Nyimo, Zimbabwe. Climate change is making Zimbabwe's weather more unpredictable, threatening crops, but many local people attribute the growing problems to God's anger.Selina Mutoleka thinks God is angry.

        Only about 12 percent of the Zimbabwean migrants who cross the border into South Africa - estimated at between one million and more than three million by analysts - stay in the northern province of Limpopo for more than six months, says a new report by the International organisation for Migration(IOM).


        Zimbabwe reported its first swine flu cases on Thursday after five pupils from the same school in the eastern border town of Mutare tested positive for the swine influenza virus, also called H1N1 flu.