Pictures by Tonderai Wurayayi Below are some images of artists from the Zimbabwean Music Festival (ZimFest) Live 2022 which was held on Saturday in the United Kingdom. Artists who performed included South African music star Makhadzi, Winky Dee, Ex Q, Nutty O, Sulumani Chimbetu, commedian Madam Boss and many others.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa GWERU business woman Smelly Dube Saturday threw a party to 53 orphans drawn from various wards in Shurugwi to mark her 53rd birthday. Dube, who owns River Valley Properties, handed food hampers to the 53 orphans at a party which was held at Selukwe Primary School grounds. It was attended by
Pictures from Olinda Chapel’s facebook page UNITED Kingdom based business woman and socialite Olinda Chapel and musician Njabulo ‘Tytan’ Nkomo have renewed their marriage vows after a rocky divorce. The couple separated just after celebrating their first wedding anniversary and welcoming their first daughter together over infidelity. They reconciled late last year and had a
Pictures by Leopold Munhende Government will compensate owners of 135 owners of residential and commercial properties which are set to be destroyed during the construction of the Mbudzi traffic interchange in Harare. The roundabout is currently swamped by vendors, touts, small businesses and tuck-shops. Below are some images of what has been done so far.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa Construction of the Museum of African Liberation has commenced in Harare. Below are some images from the mini museum which has been set up for exhibition purposes while waiting for the completion of the project. Some of the artefacts in the museum at the moment belonged to war heroes like Leopold
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa Below are some scenes from Harare magistrates court where Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) lawmaker Job Sikhala appeared for initial remand on his second charge of obstructing the course of justice. Some CCC leaders and activists also attended the court in solidarity.
Picture by Thandiwe Garusa Below are some images from the official launch of a modern library at Mukoko Primary School in Gutu. The library was donated by diasporian Jeff Madzingo who is the CEO and founder of UK based insurance company Diaspora Insurance.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa CIVIL servants were Monday blocked by police from holding a demonstration at the Public Service Association (PSA) house in Harare. They were protesting against government’s interference in PSMAS’s affairs. PSMAS is a medical aid society which was formed by civil servants to provide cover to members at a reasonable cost. . .
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa Below are some images from the parliament of Zimbabwe new building which was recently completed. The US$100 million project was fully funded by the Chinese government and it will be handed over to the Zimbabwean government soon.
By Leopold Munhende, Chief Correspondent CITIZENS Coalition for Change (CCC) president Nelson Chamisa has weighed in on the debate about party structures, assuring supporters that “we know what we are doing”. Formed in January this year, the party has faced questions about not holding an elective congress, the apparent absence of a constitution and organisational
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa BELOW are images from late academic Alex Magaisa’s memorial service in Harare, Sunday. Magaisa succumbed to a heart attack on June 5 2022, in the United Kingdom. He is survived by his wife Shamiso and two kids.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa CITIZENS Coalition for Change (CCC) leaders and tens of party supporters Saturday thronged the Robert Gabriel Mugabe international airport to welcome the late Dr Alex Magaisa’s body. Party leader Nelson Chamisa, his deputy Tendai Biti and many others were present. Magaisa was the late prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s advisor. He died
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa The ongoing indefinite health workers strike entered the fifth day on Friday. They are demanding salaries in US dollars. Below are some images from Parirenyatwa where the health workers have vowed to stay home until their demands are met.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa Below are some images from Zimbabwe’s largest hospital Parirenyatwa where health workers protested against poor salaries. The strike entered its fourth day on Thursday.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa Below are some images from Parirenyatwa and Harare hospitals where health workers held a protest against poor salaries. The ongoing indefinite strike entered into the third day on Wednesday. The health workers are demanding salaries in United States dollars.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa CITIZENS Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa and many party members attended arrested lawmakers Job Sikhala and Godfrey Sithole’s bail ruling. The two were arrested last week Tuesday for inciting violence. Below are scenes from Harare’s magistrates court where the two were denied bail.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa Below are some images from Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals where health workers held a protest against poor salaries.
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa HARARE: Health workers went on strike on Monday after rejecting a 100% wage hike offer by the government last week, pressing their demand for payment in U.S. dollars as the local currency slumps. Zimbabwe’s main nurses’ union urged the government to negotiate and warned that lives would be lost if the
Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa CITIZENS Coalition for Change (CCC) member of parliament Job Sikhala who is also lawyer to slain party activist Moreblessing Ali’s family appeared in court Thursday charged with inciting public violence. Below are some images from Harare magistrates court where Sikhala was brought to court in movie style and heavily guarded by