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Titled 'Danger in the Mud', the picture, which also claimed gold in the 'Animal Portraits' category, shows a cleverly disguised crocodile in Zimbabwe's Mana Pools National Park.

Mana Pools image wins prestigious World Nature Photography Award

By Staff Reporter A PICTURE of a crocodile swimming through the mud at the Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe has been selected as the grand prize winner of the 2022 World Nature Photography Awards (WNPA), which honoured the most evocative shots from thousands of entries in a variety of categories. Titled ‘Danger in the

IMAGES: Artists arrive for UK SAMA Festival; promise unforgettable shows

By UK Correspondent LONDON: All the artists headlining the Diaspora Insurance UK SAMA Festival have arrived in the country ahead of the weekend shows. The exciting bill includes Zimdancehall superstar Winky D, sungura maestro Alick Macheso, Nox Guni, Mambo Dhuterere, Jah Signal as well as Baba Harare and Selmor Mtukudzi. All the artists had arrived

Zim family’s pain as they can’t bury victim of SA serial killer

By The brother of one of the victims of the alleged Limpopo serial killer is frustrated and struggling to survive in South Africa since leaving his country to retrieve the body of his sister allegedly killed by the man. Zimbabwean national Takana Chigoyi said he was frustrated by the delay in the release of

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa consoling Vimbai Java's mother-in-law

Images: Emotional scenes at late Tsvangirai daughter’s funeral

By Idah Mhetu POLITICAL rivals, friends and family to late Vimbai Tsvangirai-Java Tuesday converged at former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s Harare home for the daughter of the ex-Prime Minister’s funeral wake. The Glen View South legislator succumbed to injuries she sustained in a road traffic accident just outside Kwekwe while travelling to Harare from Bulawayo

Ministers Joel Matiza (Transport) and Ndlovu (right) during the clean-up campaign

Images: Minister urges police, council to enforce anti-littering laws

By Idah Mhetu MINISTER of State in the Office of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, Evelyn Ndlovu Friday urged police and Harare city authorities to intensify their efforts towards enforcing laws aimed at preventing littering. Ndlovu was guest of honour at a Ministry of Transport clean-up campaign in Harare. “My remarks will be incomplete if I

Magufuli being welcomed at the airport by President Mnangagwa

Images: Magufuli praises Mnangagwa for ‘economic transformation’

By Idah Mhetu TANZANIAN President John Magufuli flew into the country Tuesday where he later praised his Zimbabwean host President Emmerson Mnangagwa for perceivably restoring the country back on a positive economic trajectory. “Allow me to take this opportunity to commend President Emmerson Mnangagwa for the effort you are making to revive the economy and

Images: Dark moment for MDC polls amid power cut at Ascot Stadium

By Leopold Munhende MDC resorted to car headlights as an unexpected power cut threatened to throw the party’s election process into disarray at Ascot Stadium in Gweru, late Sunday evening. Just one province had voted while about four were still in winding queues when flood lights suddenly went off, plunging the sports facility into darkness.

MDC Gweru congress preparations in pictures

By Idah Mhetu The MDC elective congress roared into life on Friday with supporters of candidates vying for different positions illuminating the event with song and dance as they tried to campaign for their choices for the last time. The event is set to end on Sunday. The highlight of the Gweru event is the