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.

Joyce Mujuru – SA’s “guest of dishonour”

HARARE - Zimbabwe's civic society has said it was "dismayed" and "extremely disappointed" by the presence of Vice-President Joice Mujuru at the golden jubilee...

MDC petitions Gauteng MEC

JOHANNESBURG - Over 300 supporters from the Mutambara faction of the MDC gathered here last...

SA human rights abuses documented

JOHANNESBURG - Shocking violations of basic human rights being perpetrated on Zimbabwe farm labourers...

Govt gives white farmers ultimatum

JOHANNESBURG - White farmers in South Africa have been given an ultimatum by National Land Claims...

Mutasa threatens Independent

HARARE - Didymus Mutasa, the Minister of State Security has threatened to sue the privately-owned Zimbabwe...

Vacancies at CAJ News

Africa's fasted growing news agency, the Centre for African Journalists (CAJ News) has four vacancies for...

Slashing zeroes proves failure

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Seeking as ever to divert attention from the country's worsening economic...

Jamming continues

LONDON - The Zimbabwean government might be winning the "odd battle" in their attempts to...

Will they have the guts?

Elsewhere in this newspaper we carry a story about Mugabe throwing his toys because of a...

An upside-down economy

Harare - Nearly 90 percent of Zimbabwe's currency is kept outside of the banking system, which,...

The rise of Gideon Gono

HARARE - The Reserve Bank Governor, Gideon Gono, has assumed powers that go well...

Siyaya rocks Edinburgh

EDINBURGH - Siyaya's energetic musical extravaganza tHAtHA and its brand new musical, Onke Ose, premiering at...

Awards triumph for Bulawayo writers

Bulawayo Publishers 'amaBooks won three first prizes and one third prize at the Zimbabwe Book Publishers...



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