59 Inmates Escaped Zim Prisons In 2021

59 Inmates Escaped Zim Prisons In 2021

By Paidashe Mandivengerei THE Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) has revealed that a total of 59 inmates have escaped ...
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Coronavirus

Zanu PF Gatherings Are Covid Super Spreaders: Think Tank

Zanu PF Gatherings Are Covid Super Spreaders: Think Tank

By Leopold Munhende THE Zimbabwe Democracy Institute (ZDI) says Zanu PF poses the greatest danger of spreading Covid 19 because of its mass gatherings at which regulations are totally disregarded. The think tank urged the party and government to stick to laid down Covid-19 regulations by halting the gatherings. In ...

Zimbabwe

Mwonzora Eyes Prime Minister Position

Mwonzora Eyes Prime Minister Position

/ Zimbabwe
By Own Correspondent MDC-T president Douglas Mwonzora says he is involved in a coalition talk with President Emmerson Mnangagwa which would eventually see him becoming the country’s Prime Minister in a government of national unity. He said this while addressing party supporters in Marondera at the weekend, where the party’s ...

Courts & Crime

Man Shot Dead By Cops Not Linked To Robbery

Man Shot Dead By Cops Not Linked To Robbery

/ Courts & Crime
By Newsday A BEITBRIDGE police detective Sergeant Sikhelele Ncube has said the killing of Abel Gumbo, a known tout at the border town who was shot by police in Lutumba in May this year, was a mistake as he was not linked to any robbery. He was testifying on Thursday ...

Trending

Zanu PF Diverts 30 ZUPCO For Late Foreign Minister SB Moyo Memorial

Zanu PF Diverts 30 ZUPCO For Late Foreign Minister SB Moyo Memorial

/ News Headlines, Trending
By Staff Reporter THE ruling Zanu PF has ordered the struggling public transporter, ZUPCO, to avail 30 buses this Saturday to ferry thousands of party supporters who will attend the memorial service of the late Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo in Mberengwa, Midlands province. Moyo died in January this year from ...

Business

Foreign Currency Deposits Grow By US$59 Million

Foreign Currency Deposits Grow By US$59 Million

/ Economy, News Headlines
By Alois Vinga FOREIGN currency deposits have registered a US$59 million increase inside twelve months, indicating growing confidence in local banks by citizens, latest Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) statistics reveal. The central bank’s monthly economic review for September 2021 shows that foreign currency deposits have been registering an upward ...

Showbiz, Arts & Culture

Zim Model Wins Big At Miss Culture International

Zim Model Wins Big At Miss Culture International

/ Showbiz, Arts & Culture
By Paidashe Mandivengerei ZIMBABWEAN model, Pauline Marere walked away with four awards at the Miss Culture International pageant hosted by South Africa. The beauty pageant was held on December 4 at the Gold Reef City in Johannesburg. The event brought together models competing from 22 different countries. Marere bagged the ...

Sports

FC Platinum Clinch Chibuku Super Cup Title

FC Platinum Clinch Chibuku Super Cup Title

/ Football
By Sports Reporter FC Platinum continued their dominance on the domestic football scene after being crowned the Chibuku Super Cup champions after a penalty shootout victory over Ngezi Platinum Stars at Mandava Stadium on Sunday. Veteran goalkeeper Petros Mhari emerged as the hero after saving Marvellous Mukumba’s kick before Gift ...

Health & Community

National HIV Prevalence Drops From 13,9% to 11,8%

National HIV Prevalence Drops From 13,9% to 11,8%

/ Health & Community, Zimbabwe
From Robert Tapfumaneyi in Chinhoyi VICE PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga, who also doubles as the Health Minister, has said despite the Covid-19 induced disruptions to HIV/AIDS service delivery in 2020, the government's response to HIV was pleasing as new infections decrease. In a speech read on his behalf by his deputy ...

Africa & World

Colombian Rebel Commander 'El Paisa' Killed In Venezuela

Colombian Rebel Commander ‘El Paisa’ Killed In Venezuela

/ World
By BBC A DISSIDENT former leader of Colombia's Farc rebels has been killed in an ambush in Venezuela, local media reported on Sunday. Hernán Darío Velásquez, nicknamed El Paisa, was reportedly shot dead in Venezuela's Apure state. His death has not been officially confirmed and the Colombian army said it ...

Opinion