2 MDC legislators charged with treason; refused bail
By Staff Reporter  TWO MDC legislators accused of subverting a constitutionally elected government were Saturday denied bail by Kwekwe...
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Zimbabwe

January 19, 2019
By Robert Tapfumaneyi MANY shoppers in Harare were Friday left stranded when they failed to purchase goods using electronic systems of exchange as a government freeze on the internet this week took a toll on business. Government ordered the blocking of the internet and social media platforms following three...
Manyika urges ED to dump tour, come and deal with unrest
January 19, 2019
By Staff Reporter OPPOSITION Build Zimbabwe Alliance (BAZ) leader, Noah Manyika says President...
Two more MDC MPs arrested over anti-government protests
January 19, 2019
By Staff Reporter POLICE have arrested two more Kwekwe MDC legislators they accuse...
Buyanga’s AMG offers a humanitarian helping hand to victims of Zim chaos
January 18, 2019
By African News Agency JOHANNESBURG: Businessman Frank Buyanga, founder of African Medallion Group...
Zimbabwe crisis could spill into neighbouring countries: Human Rights Watch
January 18, 2019
While 2018 saw new leadership being announced in key southern African countries, the...

Africa & World

January 19, 2019
Africa News Ethiopian troops on Friday engaged in combat with Al-Shabaab fighters in the town of Buur Hakaba in Somalia’s southern Bay Region, multiple sources reported. One source, a VOA journalist described the confrontation as one of the deadliest saying that the insurgents had attacked the convoy of the...
Woman convicted in Singapore of forcing maid to hurt self with hot water
January 19, 2019
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AFP A Singaporean woman was found guilty on Friday of abusing her Myanmar...
US government shutdown continues to wreak havoc
January 19, 2019
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SABC A scenario of political tit-for-tat is playing itself out in the United...
Mozambique seeks ex-minister’s extradition from South Africa
January 19, 2019
AFP JOHANNESBURG – Mozambique has asked for the extradition of ex-finance minister Manuel...
Thousands protest against Bashir’s rule across Sudan
January 19, 2019
AP Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets Thursday in cities across Sudan,...

Business

January 19, 2019
By Alois Vinga ECONOMIC experts say government’s rebate incentive offered to firms to entice them not to hike their prices will not bring any price stability in a volatile economy dominated by mistrust between government and busness. Announcing a fuel hike a week ago, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the...
Consumer Council boss blasts govt economic advisors for leading country astray
January 19, 2019
By Business Reporter CONSUMER Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) deputy director, Rose Mpofu has...
Ex-VP Mphoko quits Choppies Supermarket
January 19, 2019
By Staff Reporter FORMER state Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko and family have finally...
Zimbabwe inflation data hugely understated – economists
January 18, 2019
By Business Report HARARE: A steep rise in Zimbabwe’s inflation has worsened the...
STEVE Hanke: Zimbabwe’s Monetary Death Spiral
January 18, 2019
By Prof Steve H. Hanke PRESIDENT Mnangagwa’s pledge that Zimbabwe is “open for business”...

Sports

January 19, 2019
By Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE premiership champions FC Platinum lost 0-2 to Esperance Sportive de Tunis in a Caf Champions League second Group B match played at Stade Olympique de Rades in Tunis on Friday. A double strike by Taha Yassine Khenissi after 24 and 65 minutes was enough to...
Teenage Hadebe defends leaking Kaizer Chiefs defence
January 19, 2019
Kickoff Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe has leaped to the defence of their...
ZIFA vice president Gift Banda suspended over Warriors shake-up
January 18, 2019
By Goal.com THE Zimbabwe FA has suspended its vice-president Gift Banda for allegedly...
Domestic cricket games called off due to Zimbabwe unrest
January 18, 2019
By ESPNcricinfo.com Play in the latest round of the Logan Cup, Zimbabwe’s domestic...
Chelsea, Spurs search for striking solutions as Man Utd crank up pressure
January 18, 2019
By AFP Chelsea and Arsenal clash in the Premier League this weekend, with...

Trending

January 18, 2019
By African News Agency SOUTH Africa: Concerned Zimbabwean Citizens on Friday called on the African National Congress (ANC) to intervene in Zimbabwe. Coordinator Tino Mambeu said they were sending South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to help Zimbabwe since he has asked to be sent by saying “Thuma Mina”. About 20...
UN speaks on Zim crisis; urges end to crackdown, firing at protestors
January 18, 2019
By UK Bureau THE United Nations’ human rights office weighed-in on the Zimbabwe...
Mawarire freedom bid flops, court rules subversion claims valid
January 18, 2019
By Mary Taruvinga PROMINENT rights activist and cleric, Evan Mawarire has a case...
PICTURES: Central Harare on Thursday
January 18, 2019
Staff Reporter HARARE’S Central Business District (CBD) remained quiet but tense on Thursday...
Most shops, schools still closed as Zimbabwe stay-away enters day four
January 18, 2019
By TimesLive.com It was meant to last only three days but the stay-away...

Showbiz, Arts & Culture

January 19, 2019
Mirror The family of a teenager who died after being found floating in the sea off the coast of South Africa is appealing for witnesses. Sinead Moodliar, 19, was on holiday in the resort town of Umhlanaga in the KwaZulu-Natal province when she was found in the ocean. The...
R Kelly ‘dropped by Sony Music’ after explosive documentary
January 19, 2019
Independent R Kelly has been dropped by Sony Music, it has been reported....
‘Hustler’ DJ Sbu harangued on twitter for ‘criminal’ behaviour
January 17, 2019
TimesLive Musician and businessman DJ Sbu faced the Twitter firing squad over the...
Mariah Carey sues ex-assistant over ‘secret videos’
January 17, 2019
www.msn.com Mariah Carey is suing a former assistant she says tried to blackmail...
Highly anticipated Guzha film ‘The Letter’ secures online deal; new platform provides Diaspora reach for filmmakers
January 17, 2019
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By Showbiz Correspondent FROM the award-winning team of Daves Guzha and Joe Njagu...

Health & Community

January 18, 2019
By The Sowetan Business is booming at Beit Bridge border post near Musina in Limpopo since the Zimbabwean government announced a fuel hike of approximately 150% this week. Some of the Zimbabwean nationals have ventured into selling empty 20 and 25 litre water drums to those stocking up fuel...
Zim’s land reform: Zambia’s gain, a cautionary tale for South Africa?
January 17, 2019
www.dw.com The guard in green overalls at the farm gate won’t allow us...
Woman bashes neighbour aged 86 to death with a brick
January 14, 2019
By Audience Mutema HARARE: An Epworth woman was last week hauled before the...
Teachers group hires street kids to boost wage demo (more pictures)
January 12, 2019
By Staff Reporter TEACHERS under the firebrand Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe...
Neighbour in comma 5 days after knobkerrie attack over devoured crop
January 12, 2019
Matabeleland North Correspondent Victoria Falls: A Victoria Falls man is still lying unconscious...

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Diaspora

January 18, 2019
By Sports Reporter UK: Zimbabwe-born heavyweight boxer Dereck Chisora might still be struggling to come to terms with his brutal knockout loss to Dillian Whyte at the O2 Arena in London last month in December but will not be retiring from boxing, according to his trainer Don Charles. There...
LISTEN: French label re-issues elusive 1970’s Zimbabwean soul album
January 17, 2019
By The Vinyl Factory PARIS-BASED Nyami Nyami Records is reissuing New Tutenkhamen’s rare...
SA-based Buffalo Souljah challenges Chivayo, Ginimbi
January 14, 2019
By Paidashe Mandivengerei SOUTH Africa-based Zimbabwean reggae and dancehall sensation, Buffalo Souljah has...
UK: Zim man strangled wife to death, then hanged self at their home
January 10, 2019
By MailOnline.com LONDON: A wife was strangled to death by her husband who...
Prolific Zim bird smuggler facing lengthy sentence after being caught with 19 rare eggs at Heathrow
January 9, 2019
By The Telegraph (UK) THE self-proclaimed “Pablo Escobar of the falcon egg trade”...

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