watch: Roderick Mutuma endears self with Lupopo fans after breaking 11-year jinx

By Leopold Munhende FORMER Dynamos and Highlanders forward Roderick Mutuma is enjoying life in DRC and new club FC Lupopo fans are enjoying him too especially after his solitary strike broke a 11-year winless streak against perennial rivals TP Mazembe.   WATCH: Former Dynamos and Highlanders forward Roderick Mutuma's goal against TP Mazembe. WATCH: Former

Supa Mandiwanzira

High Court rejects Mandiwanzira bid to freeze trial

By Mary Taruvinga FORMER Information Communication Technology (ICT) minister Supa Mandiwanzira’s court bid to have his criminal abuse of office charges scrapped fell through Wednesday when the high Court ruled trial should continue. Mandiwanzira is accused of unlawfully engaging a South African company, Megawatt, to do consultancy work for government’s telecomms firm, NetOne without going

WorldRemit Zimbabwe Country Director Pardon Mujakachi

World Remit cash inflows into Zimbabwe grow by 150 percent

By Alois Vinga ONLINE money transfer entity, WorldRemit says its cash inflows into Zimbabwe from various countries across the globe grew by almost 150 percent in a development signifying that the brand is gaining a considerable market share in the cash transmission sector. In an interview with NewZimbabwe.com Business, Thursday, WorldRemit country director for Zimbabwe,

Women's league secretary Mabel Chinomona

Zanu PF Women’s League: Mugabe must shut up and focus on playing with his grandkids!

By Idah Mhetu THE Zanu PF hit-back against former president Robert Mugabe continued Thursday with the Women’s League saying the nonagenarian should desist from political commentary and concentrate on playing with his grandchildren. “He (Mugabe) should stay at the blue roof quietly, playing with his grandkids, drinking tea and let others do their jobs,” said league

File image: Chamisa with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa

Chamisa leaves for diplomatic offensive in secret African countries

By Robert Tapfumaneyi MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has left the country on a diplomatic offensive to undisclosed African countries in what his party says was meant to “sensitise the continent on the situation in Zimbabwe”. Party spokesperson Jacob Mafume said, on strategic reasons, they were not ready to reveal the popular opposition leader’s itinerary. “Because

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya in Harare Wednesday

RBZ abandons 1:1 exchange rate; effectively introduces local currency

By Associated Press Zimbabwe, without its own currency for a decade, took steps to address its worsening economic crisis by allowing its surrogate currency, bond notes, and electronic funds to float freely against other major currencies, abandoning an official but artificial parity with the dollar. The country has not had a local currency since 2009

Fresh crackdown fears as army vows ‘snap search for uniforms’

By Kingston Ndabatei IN a move that could raise fears of a fresh crackdown, the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) has said it will flush out “rogue members of society” using military regalia and other material that resembles army gear. In a statement Wednesday, the ZNA urged members of the public to surrender such material either to

RBZ governor John Mangudya

Govt Considering Devaluing Bond Notes, Official Says

THE central bank is considering devaluing its quasi-currency as part of a raft of reforms to the nation’s foreign-exchange system, according to a central bank official. Depreciating the so-called bond notes would be an acknowledgment that the official one-for-one exchange rate is no longer sustainable. It would also mark the second major overhaul to Zimbabwe’s

Mnangagwa visits Kwekwe farm, ignores nearby mine disaster scene

By Leopold Munhende PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa had time to visit his Sherwood farm in Kwekwe Sunday but could not spare a few moments to make a stop at the scene for last week’s tragic mine disaster in Kadoma where dozens of artisanal miners perished. A day before, Mnangagwa had told his followers during a ‘thank-you’

A man directs work at the pit head during the mine search and rescue operation

BATTLEFIELDS: 24 bodies retrieved from flooded gold mine

By AFP RESCUE workers retrieved 24 bodies and eight survivors Saturday from two flooded gold mines at Battlefields where officials fear dozens more illegal miners are still trapped, state television reported. “Eight of the trapped minors have been rescued … while 24 bodies have been retrieved to date as rescue efforts continue at Battlefields Mine,”

President Emmerson Mnangagwa

JANUARY UNREST: ED vows to hunt down doctors who treated victims; admits unleashing murder and rape-accused military

By Staff Reporter PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has ominously vowed to go after doctors and nurses who treated victims of the brutal police and military crackdown against protestors last month. Addressing a rally at Rutenga in Masvingo Saturday, the Zanu PF leader claimed that doctors and nurses had been put on standby as part of preparations