Chief Chiweshe

Chinese In Massive Looting Of Zimbabwe’s Minerals: Chief Chiweshe

By Leopold Munhende in Muzarabani A TRADITIONAL leader in Mashonaland Central province has, in a rare show of bravery, stood up and accused Chinese nationals in Zimbabwe of being behind the massive looting of the country’s mineral resources. Chief Chiweshe, born Matthew Chitemamuswe, also accused the Chinese nationals of abusing the role China played in

Zimbabwe is targeting the achieve the Covid-19 heard immunity by year-end after receiving millions of vaccines from China, Russia and India

Zambians Troop To Zimbabwe For Covid Jabs

By James Muonwa, Mashonaland West Correspondent DEPUTY Health Minister John Mangwiro has revealed that health ministry officials are grappling with a high turnout of Zambian citizens flocking to Chirundu Town to get vaccinated against Covid-19. Zimbabwean citizens resident or working in the neighbouring country, were also flocking to the border town, situated northwest of Zimbabwe.

File Image: NGO directors at a summer school

‘Trust Us, We Are Apolitical’: NGOs To Govt

By Tonderai Saharo – Masvingo Correspondent NON-GOVERNMENTAL organisations (NGOs) operating in Masvingo province have told the government their operations are non-partisan and the governing party should not have any misconstrued opinions over their humanitarian work. These were the sentiments shared by NGOs when they met with the Masvingo Provincial District Coordinator (PDC) Jefta Sakupwanya Tuesday.

WATCH: Massive Python Found Stashed In Kwekwe Vehicle

By Staff Reporter  KWEKWE Central Business District was Tuesday brought to a standstill after a huge live python was found stashed in a dumped Toyota Wish vehicle in a suspected case of rituals gone wrong. Police had to be called in to disperse the crowd which  had gathered around the vehicle to catch a glimpse

Broke Mnangagwa Gvt Fails To Finance Mozambique War

By Leopold Munhende PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration is struggling to mobilise sufficient resources to contribute to the Southern Africa Development Committee Standing Force (SADC SF), which is supposed to start military operations to quell an insurgency in Mozambique Thursday. Senior military and official sources told that presently, Zimbabwe can only afford to contribute soldiers and

Passion Java

AAG Distances Self From Passion Java’s Part In Zanu PF Factional Fights

By Alois Vinga THE economic empowerment lobby group, the Affirmative Action Group (AAG) has distanced itself from recent reckless utterances made by the controversial prophet, Passion Java. Java, last week, endorsed Mary Mliswa-Chikoka as his choice in a bruising fight for the Mashonaland West provincial chairperson post. The powerful post became vacant last month after

Master KG and Nomcebo Zikode created the global hit 'Jerusalema' and are now at loggerheads over it

Singer Says She Did Not Receive ‘A Cent’ For Jerusalema Song, Master KG Refutes

TshisaLIVE DESPITE the ongoing global success of the song Jerusalema, vocalist Nomcebo Zikode, who features on the song, has revealed that she is yet to receive a cent from the song’s profits and is now taking her fight to court. Nomcebo finally broke her silence on the matter on social media on Sunday morning. This

Jah Prayzah

Multitudes Tune Into Jah Prayzah’s Gwara Online Launch

By Paidashe Mandivengerei JAH Prayzah is gushing over the impressive virtual launch of his recently dropped 10th studio album, ‘Gwara’, Friday night streamed live on the Gateway Stream Music application. With supporting local artists, Feli Nandi, Trevor Dongo, Mbeu, Mwenje, the multi-award-winning sensation delivered an exhilarating performance Friday evening. Jah Prayzah serenaded fans with tracks

President Mnangagwa

Rights Groups Report ED To UN Over Worsening Abuses

By Leopold Munhende HUMAN rights organisations have reported President Emmerson Mnangagwa to the United Nations (UN) and the African Union (AU) for overseeing worsening gross human rights violations in the country. The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Southern African, and the Human Rights Defenders Network have

Jacob Zuma

Zuma Arrested, Starts 15 Month Jail Term

BBC SOUTH AFRICA’S former President Jacob Zuma has handed himself in to police to begin serving a 15-month jail sentence for contempt of court. He was admitted to Estcourt Correctional Centre in his home province of KwaZulu-Natal on Wednesday. Police had warned that they were prepared to arrest him if he did not hand himself

Donald Trump

Trump Suing Facebook, Twitter, Google For Silencing His Views

Reuters FORMER U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he was filing class-action lawsuits against Twitter Inc, Facebook Inc, and Alphabet Inc’s Google, as well as their chief executives, alleging they silence conservative viewpoints. Trump said he filed the lawsuits in federal court in Florida. He said he would seek class-action status in the suits,

Roki, Passion Java ‘Buy’ YouTube Views?

By Paidashe Mandivengerei FOLLOWING his unmatched vocals in his new duology, Zviriko and Uchandifunga, signalling his slow return to the music scene, Roki has cemented his position bagging 1 million YouTube views in just four days. The crooner in the past two weeks dropped two love songs under the self-titled Passion Java Records owned by the controversial cleric. What has, however,

Jovenel Moïse

Haiti President Killed In Home Attack

BBC HAITI’S President Jovenel Moïse has been killed in an attack on his home in the nation’s capital, according to the country’s interim prime minister. Claude Joseph said the president’s home in Port-au-Prince was stormed by unidentified armed men at 01:00 local time (05:00 GMT). First Lady Martine Moïse was also injured in the attack.

Jah Prayzah

Jah Prayzah Celebrates Birthday With Gwara Album Release

By Paidashe Mandivengerei MULTI-award-winning musician, Jah Prayzah, Sunday celebrated his 34th birthday with the release of his much-hyped 10th studio album, ‘Gwara’. While the chanter had initially left fans to imagine what the polysemic title could be referring to, the title track ‘Gwara’ and album cover art put the confusion to rest. ‘Gwara’ loosely translates

James Duddridge

UK Minister Confuses Zambia With Zimbabwe At Kenneth Kaunda Funeral  

The Guardian JAMES Duddridge, the UK’s minister for Africa, appeared to confuse Zimbabwe with Zambia in a speech at the funeral of Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s founding president and one of Africa’s last surviving liberation leaders, in the country’s capital, Lusaka, last week. Kaunda, who died last months at the age of 97, ruled Zambia from 1964,