Meghan and Harry

Trump says US will not pay for Harry and Meghan

Channel24 President Donald Trump said on Sunday that the United States would not pay security costs for Prince Harry and Meghan, appearing to confirm that the royal couple have moved to live in California. They reportedly flew by private jet from Canada to Los Angeles before the border between the two countries closed because of

Prince Charles

Coronavirus: Prince Charles out of virus self-isolation

BBC The Prince of Wales is now out of self-isolation, following his diagnosis of coronavirus. Prince Charles, 71, spent seven days self-isolating in Scotland after testing positive and displaying mild symptoms. The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, was tested and did not have the virus, but will self-isolate until the end of the week. A Palace

Queen Elizabeth

Covid-19: Queen Elizabeth goes into self-quarantine

Channel24 Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip have gone into self-quarantine as the coronavirus continues to spread globally at a rapid pace. Her Majesty and Prince Phillip will be in self-quarantine in Windsor Castle. When the virus first began to spread, Queen Elizabeth took to wearing gloves during events, but as the crisis escalates, the queen

Prince William

Prince William breaks royal protocol to take a selfie with a fan

Channel24 Meeting President Higgins’ dog, sipping on tall pints of beer and now, breaking royal protocol – Prince William has been having a pretty good time in Ireland. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge started their short tour on Tuesday. William and Kate said their royal visit would see them in Dublin, County Meath, County

Bona surprises mom Grace with band new Merc as Valentine’s gift

By Munashe Makuwe Bona Mugabe Chikore, daughter to late former President Robert Mugabe recently surprised her mother, Grace with a brand-new Mercedes Benz Valentine’s gift to thank the ex-First Lady for raising her. “Bought my mom a gift for valentines. Makandirera mukandichengeta, you deserve to be happy love you AMAI.THANK YOU JEHOVA” Bona posted on

Cristiano Ronaldo selling English mansion

By Munashe Makuwe SOCCER star Cristiano Ronaldo is selling his English village mansion of Alderley Edge in which he used to stay when he was playing for Manchester United. Ronaldo, who now plays for Juventus in Italy, has listed the three-story brick house on Monday pegging the property at 3.25 million pounds which is equivalent

Prophet Passion

Prophet Passion not stopping from hogging limelight

By Nicklaus Makuwe FLAMBOYANT religious leader and socialite, Prophet Passion Java is not stopping from hogging the limelight. This is one of the Zimbabwean prophets who is living the high life and has no intention of slowing down anytime soon. With his motto “Twabam”, he has become one of the most talked about celebrities in

Prince Harry

Prince Harry was ‘suffering’

Channel24 Prince Harry’s close friend Nacho Figueras has claimed that Harry has been suffering. The polo player appears in the new ABC documentary Royal Divide: Harry, Meghan, and the Crown. The documentary investigates the news that shocked the world in January; that Harry and Meghan will no longer be senior royals. It features interviews with


PIC. SA Idols judge Unathi shows off her abs in glam photo shoot

Channel24 Unathi Nkayi has dedicated many hours of her life to fitness, and it shows. The Idols SA judge showed off her toned abs in a photo shared on Instagram, and like everyone in the comments section, we were in awe. The pic sees the star dressed in all-black as she holds her jacket open

Harry and Meghan Drop Royal Duties And HRH Titles

PRINCE Harry and Meghan will no longer use their HRH titles and will not receive public funds for royal duties, Buckingham Palace has announced. The couple will also no longer formally represent the Queen. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex intend to repay £2.4m of taxpayer money for the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage, which will

Sazini Malaba Director Mthwakazi Queens-UK

Sazini Malaba, Zimbabwe’s Unsung Queen of Empowerment

By Staff Reporter UNITED Kingdom-based socialite and entrepreneur, Sazini Malaba is Zimbabwe’s unsung heroine who established Award winning Mthwakazi Queens UK. The organisation is a women’s community organisation that helps beneficiaries develop their self-worth, build resilience, self-economic empowerment and social stability for themselves, families and communities at large. Established in 2015, the organisation constitutes women

Frank Buyanga

Businessman Buyanga welcomes baby girl

By Staff Reporter PROMINENT businessman Frank Buyanga was blessed with a baby girl in the early hours of Tuesday and did not lose time in announcing the news on his Facebook. The African Medallion Group supremo welcomed his second child named Ariella Deborah and was showered with congratulatory messages by many followers and friends on

Buyanga splashes R8 million on Lamborghini Avedantor

By Staff Reporter BUSINESS came to a standstill on Monday when flamboyant South Africa based Zimbabwean businessman, Frank Buyanga rolled in and parked his expensive Lamborghini Avedantor S by Café Nush in Harare’s Avondale Shopping Centre. The car landed in Harare recently and is worth about R7.48 million in neighbouring South Africa. Buyanga is currently

Nine Miss Tourism models injured in Vumba bus accident

By Staff Reporter Mutare – Nine contestants in this year`s Miss Tourism Zimbabwe finals were injured Wednesday evening when a bus they were travelling in to a Vumba lodge overturned at 13 km peg along Vumba-Mutare road. Manicaland police spokesperson, Inspector Tavhiringwa Kakohwa confirmed the incident. He said there were 27 people aboard the bus

Zimbabwe sculpture artist bullish on growth of Chinese market

Xinhua Despite obtaining a motor mechanics diploma at a private college in Harare, Tendekai Tigere Tandi finds himself surviving on stone sculpting, something that he started as a hobby while in his pre-school age. Tandi is one of Zimbabwe’s self-taught, third-generation stone sculptors at Chitungwiza Arts Center, and he started commercial stone sculpting in 1998.