By Mary Taruvinga HARARE: A school head in Glen View succumbed to cholera Wednesday morning bringing the death toll from the epidemic to 21, it has emerged. Health minister Obadiah Moyo confirmed the incident during a special meeting with various ministries were a task force to combat the outbreak was established. “We have just held
By Staff Reporter THE country’s top court on Friday dismissed an opposition bid to have presidential election results annulled over alleged rigging in favour of Robert Mugabe’s successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa. In a verdict widely predicted by analysts, Chief Justice Luke Malaba strongly criticised the MDC party’s case and upheld Mnangagwa’s win. “The court finds
By Staff Reporter FORMER President Robert Mugabe has spoken his heart out over his November ouster, telling a media conference this Sunday that he was removed from power in a military coup when he had in fact, made up his mind to resign during a Zanu PF elective conference that was held a month later.
By Staff Reporter ZANU PF presidential candidate and President Emmerson Mnangagwa has issued a warning to an opposition parties entertaining hopes of social upheaval if it loses the election that it will not be tolerated. Addressing party supporters at his last campaign rally in Harare, Mnangagwa said he has opened the democratic space for all
By Bulawayo Correspondent WOMEN voters must ditch their underwear on election day, an outgoing legislator has said, declaring that she too would go the voting booth without her knickers. Addressing supporters at MDC-T president Thokozani Khupe’s the final campaign rally at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre on Saturday, Priscilla Misihairabwi–Mushonga said ditching their under wear would help