Riot police outside Job Sikhala’s house in Chitungwiza

Riot police outside Job Sikhala’s house in Chitungwiza

Following the police raid on Job Sikhala’s house this morning, MDC youths clashed with police around the Huruyadzo shopping centre in Chitungwiza.

BREAKING NEWS: Anti-govt protest in Mabvuku

BREAKING NEWS: Anti-govt protest in Mabvuku

Anti government protect at Kamunhu shopping centre in Mabvuku. Riot police with water canon patrolling. Running battles between Citizens and police as Citizens are saying enough is enough.

Jean Vanier – mourning a reputation

Jean Vanier – mourning a reputation

Around Easter last year Jean Vanier, the founder of the l’Arche communities for people living with intellectual disabilities, died, aged 90, and I wrote in this column: “Jean defined his vocation as ‘revealing the beauty of people who are wounded’.

Letter for Lydia

Letter for Lydia

Dear Family and Friends,

History of constitutional amendments in Zimbabwe

History of constitutional amendments in Zimbabwe

Tracking the history of Constitutional Amendments in Zimbabwe since the days of Robert Mugabe has confirmed that the process has largely an affair of consolidating power in the hands of the ruling elite.

SA police suspended for bribery

JOHANNESBURG - Two police officers at Hillbrow have been arrested and suspended for demanding bribes from Zimbabwean teachers. Inspector Malumanye, the Hillbrow Police's Press and Public...

ZPF to launch Civil Dialogue

JOHANESBURG - The Zimbabwe Pastors Forum (ZPF) has announced plans to launch Civic Dialogue Africa in...

SA police thugs attack Zims

Valuables stolen, several injured
JOHANNESBURG - The South African Police Service (SAPS) on Thursday stormed the Methodist...

Mobilizing from South Africa

JOHANNESBURG - MDC South Africa held a successful District Congress for Zimbabweans in the...

Letters 24-08-06

Letters from home

Money on the mooove

Dear Family and Friends,
In the dying days of...

Williams, Mahlangu remanded

BULAWAYO - After a full week of harassment, Law and Order police officers finally managed to...

WOZA’s letter to Gideon Gono

A real hero does more than remove zeroes. WOZA does not believe that this 'sunrise' of...

Massive WOZA, MOZA demos end in 180 arrests

BULAWAYO - More than 180 members of WOZA and its newly-formed brother organisation, MOZA, were arrested...

We salute WOZA and MOZA

This week those incredibly brave women of WOZA were arrested yet again - together with their...

Brain drain gathers pace

Employers can do little to keep skilled personnel when salaries constantly lag behind astronomic inflation rate.

Zim’s first all-women band

HARARE - Amakohsikazi is Zimbabwe's first all-women band, put together by the Amakhosi Township Square Cultural...

Words – tool for liberation

JOHANNESBURG - With words ablaze and dropped jaws the grassroots poetry caravan hit Johannesburg last month....

19/08/06 Suburban supermarket REVALUED

19/08/06 Suburban supermarket REVALUED $ ...



16 African Federations took part in the African youth Chess championships in Namibia

Zimbabwe banned from hosting games because of poor stadiums

Mushore Wins 2020 Harare ZCF Rapid Chess Tourney