Nelson Chamisa

Teachers’ Salaries A National Scandal – Chamisa

By Staff Reporter MDC President Nelson Chamisa has described as a national scandal, salaries that teachers in government schools are earning and demanded that the government must restore their dignity. The opposition leader said this at the weekend while addressing delegates attending the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) 4th national congress at Belvedere Teachers’ Technical

President Mnangagwa

Don’t ‘Fight’ the Zim Dollar – Mnangagwa

By Thandiwe Garusa PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa says Zimbabweans should stop ‘fighting’ the recently re-introduced Zimbabwe dollar in favour of other people’s currencies. Addressing residents of Kuwadzana 2 in Harare during his monthly clean-up campaign, Mnangagwa was at pains as he tried to explain to the local community that the Zimbabwe dollar was legal tender and

Iran's Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has vowed 'severe revenge' for the US strike that killed one of the country's top generals, fanning fears of a conflict in the crude-rich Middle East and sending oil prices surging

Oil prices soar as US kills top Iranian general, fans war fears

AFP Oil prices soared more than four percent Friday following news that the US had killed a top Iranian general, fanning fresh fears of a conflict in the crude-rich region, with Tehran warning of retaliation. The head of Iran’s Quds Force, Qasem Soleimani, was hit in an attack on Baghdad’s international airport early Friday, according

Nelson Chamisa

2020 – Chamisa Focuses On Winning Rural Vote

By Anna Chibamu THE MDC, will in 2020, hold more political campaigns in rural communities where it has performed badly in elections since 2000, party President Nelson Chamisa has announced. In his New Year’s message to party supporters Wednesday, Chamisa said the party would also continue pushing for electoral reforms ahead of the 2023 elections. “We

Police Ban Illegal Gold Mining As Kadoma Cop Killers Arrested

By Staff Reporter POLICE have with immediate effect banned all illegal gold mining activities across the country following the callous murder of a police officer in Kadoma last week and a high increase in violent clashes among artisanal miners. Two men have since been arrested in connection with the murder of Constable Wonder Hokoyo last

Marry Chiwenga

Marry Chiwenga Appears In Court Wearing Jewellery

By Mary Taruvinga JAILED Marry Chiwenga, the wife of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Courts Monday for routine remand wearing a fancy black dress, expensive jewellery and with both hands wrapped in bandages. Marry, who is facing charges of attempting to murder her husband and fraud, was also looking better than

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ISIS claims execution of 11 Christians in Nigeria

AFP Jihadists aligned to the Islamic State group have released a video claiming to show the execution of 11 Christians in restive northeast Nigeria. The footage posted online late on Thursday by ISIS-linked propaganda arm Amaq showed 11 blindfolded men being shot and stabbed by jihadists from the Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) at

Patrick Zhuwao during an EFF commemoration of former President Robert Mugabe's death

Patrick Zhuwao to join Julius Malema’s EFF, says Chamisa won 2018 elections

By Robert Tapfumaneyi EXILED former cabinet minister Patrick Zhuwao has made an application to join Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), one of South Africa’s most prominent opposition political parties. This, according to late former President Robert Mugabe’s nephew, will help him and Zimbabweans based outside the country, dislodge President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s regime. “Yes, I

President Emmerson Mnangagwa

I know you are suffering, Mnangagwa says to Zimbabweans

By Robert Tapfumaneyi PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has admitted Zimbabweans were suffering but says his government was taking steps to remedy the country’s dire economic situation. He said this in his Christmas message on the eve of the festive day. Mnangagwa said since he came into power 2017, he has been working hard to protect and

Chinese woman sues hospital for refusing to freeze her eggs

BBC A woman in China is suing a hospital after doctors refused to freeze her eggs because she is unmarried, in line with a law on assisted reproduction. Teresa Xu visited Beijing Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital last year with the aim of freezing her eggs while she focused on her career. The freelance editor, 31,

Zimbabwean businessman killed in SA love triangle

The Star Infidelity and lies in a sordid love triangle tale that stretches across three countries ended in a South African-based Zimbabwean businessman being shot dead in Joburg while he sat in a vehicle. The gunmen who murdered businessman Bekimpilo Ndlovu in a hail of bullets are still at large. Furious family and friends of

Drought and mounting debt leaves Zambia and Zimbabwe in the dark

Fin24 Drought has plunged millions of Zambians and Zimbabweans into darkness as hydro-power dams drain, and their governments’ debt is making matters worse. Rolling electricity blackouts lasting 18 hours a day have choked the two economies. Ballooning debt has left them unable to afford to import enough power to help cushion shortages. Even if they

In trouble...Marry Chiwenga

Marry Chiwenga picked by ZACC for corruption, VP said to have ordered arrest

ZimLive The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) arrested Vice President Constantino Chiwenga’s estranged customary wife, Marry, on Saturday morning – a day after a stormy family meeting. A furious Chiwenga allegedly ordered his wife’s arrest on money laundering and fraud charges following a testy meeting on Friday which was called to discuss the collapse of their

Justice Uchena shakes hands with President Mnangagwa as VP Constantino Chiwenga looks on

Govt loses $3,5 billion worth of land value to barons

By Idah Mhetu GOVERNMENT has lost close to $3.5 billion through non-payment of intrinsic value on land for urban residential stands by developers. Presenting the findings of the Commission on Inquiry into the sale of State land in and around urban areas since 2015, Commission chair, Justice Tendai Uchena said the Local Government Ministry has