In Pictures

In Pictures

UK: Diaspora Insurance in the community at Dunstable

By UK Correspondent SCORES of Zimbabweans turned up for a family barbecue which was held Sunday at the Dunstable Town Cricket Club. Diaspora Insurance company was one of the headline sponsors and below are some images from the event.

IN PICTURES: Highlanders, Dynamos clash abandoned due to crowd trouble

By Staff Reporter Below are some images from the abandoned Highlanders match against Dynamos at Barbourfields stadium, Sunday. Dynamos fans protested a Washington Navaya goal by storming the pitch, destroying advertisement banners, uprooting part of the goal posts and tearing the nets.

Shutdown suffers monumental flop

Report by Mary Taruvinga, Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa EFFORTS by political and civil society activists to bring Zimbabwe to a standstill Monday flopped dismally after the majority of people went on their normal daily routines. Harare was a beehive of activity starting early morning hours, with reports from across the country also suggesting there was

IN PICTURES: Connie Ferguson’s welcome dinner

Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa SOUTH African television star Connie Ferguson and many invited guests had an enjoyable welcome dinner on Friday. This was Ferguson’s first time in Zimbabwe. The event was attended by some high profile individuals like information minister Monica Mutsvangwa, comedians Mai Titi and Madam Boss, musician Sandra Ndebele and many corporates representatives.

IN PICTURES: Connie Ferguson’s arrival

Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa Below are some images from the Robert Mugabe international airport Friday afternoon where South African television star Connie Ferguson was welcomed into Zimbabwe.

UK: Zimbabwe alumni inter-schools soccer tournament

By UK Correspondent CRANBOURNE Old Boys were Sunday crowned champions of the now-annual Zimbabwe Alumni Inter-schoos football tournament which was held at Castle Vale Stadium in Birmingham. Dozens of Zimbabweans based in the UK turned up for the tournament which featured teams of former students of schools such as Allan Wilson, Prince Edward, Ellis Robbins

IMAGES: President Mnangagwa officially opens ZITF

By Staff Reporter PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa officially opening this year’s 62nd edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) in Bulawayo on Friday. The annual trade showcase was initially supposed to have been opened by Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta. Kenyatta however postponed his Zimbabwe visit following the death of former Kenya President Mwai Kibaki. Meanwhile,

IMAGES: London Zim embassy independence celebrations

By UK correspondent SCORES of Zimbabweans based in the United Kingdom (UK) turned up Thursday to celebrate the country’s 42nd Independence anniversary. The celebrations, the first public event at the embassy since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, were also attended by diplomats from other African countries accredited to London. A representative of the UK’s

IN PICTURES: Zimbabwe’s 5th census population starts

Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa ZIMBABWE has started its fifth population and housing census. The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT) Tuesday held a census awareness march (census night) in Harare and other parts of the country to encourage citizens to cooperate with enumerators.

IN PICTURES: UK Diaspora Insurance SAMA Festival

By UK Correspondent  THOUSANDS of Zimbabweans turned up for the UK Diaspora Insurance SAMA festival in London and Leicester over the Easter weekend. Dancehall superstar Winky D headlined the high powered bill which included Selmor Mtukudzi, Nox Guni, Alick Macheso, Baba Harare, Jah Signal as well as Mambo Dhuterere. Below are some images from the

TelOne launches blaze LTE in Chitungwiza

State owned telecommunications operator TelOne has launched a blaze Long Term Evolution (LTE), a mobile internet service in Chitungwiza. The service is geolocked hence sim cards for Chitungwiza can only work in Chitungwiza. It allows clients to connect up to ten devices on an LTE modem MiFi and up to 32 devices on an indoor

Harare’s dumpsites now an eyesore and a health hazard

By Staff Reporter A RECENT study by the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) revealed the extent of Harare City Council’s incompetence after discovering more than 7 000 illegal dumpsites in the city that the local authority is failing to deal with. EMA has since filed a High Court application to compel council to collect the garbage.

Tiger’s Tale: Woods shoots career-worst 78 at the Masters

By Associated Press AUGUSTA: Tiger Woods used to turn weekends at Augusta National into gripping theatre, relentlessly charging up the leaderboard one fearless drive, one feathery iron, one nervy putt at a time. Not now. Maybe not ever again. The magic the five-time Masters champion summoned so easily for so long was nowhere to be

Pope Francis calls for an Easter truce in Ukraine

By Associated Press VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis opened Holy Week Sunday with a call for an Easter truce in Ukraine to make room for a negotiated peace, highlighting the need for leaders to “make some sacrifices for the good of the people.” Celebrating Palm Sunday Mass before crowds in St. Peter’s Square for the first