Under a Darkening Sky

Under a Darkening Sky

This edition, titled “Under a Darkening Sky” features evidence of Zimbabwe’s slide into repression and recession.

Zimbabwe spends millions on officials’ luxury cars as country goes hungry

Zimbabwe spends millions on officials’ luxury cars as country goes hungry

Diplomatic staff given Range Rovers while ordinary people struggle amid inflation of 785%

The greatest threat to Zimbabwe’s peace and security are not foreign entities, or their ‘stooges’, but it’s ZANU PF itself!

The greatest threat to Zimbabwe’s peace and security are not foreign entities, or their ‘stooges’, but it’s ZANU PF itself!

Reading the media in Zimbabwe, even since the November 2017 military coup d’etat – which toppled long-time tyrant Robert Gabriel Mugabe, replacing him with his decades-long right hand man and protégé, Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa – has been nothing short of traumatic, troubling, and downright angering, as the so-called ‘new dispensation'(whose ‘newness’ is in name only, considering that those presiding over it, are as worn out, and overplayed, as a 1980 vinyl music record) has unforgivably seemingly gone out of its way to make the lives of ordinary Zimbabweans a living hell.

WATCH: Nurse Educators Demand Immediate Release Of 13 Nurses Arrested During Demo

WATCH: Nurse Educators Demand Immediate Release Of 13 Nurses Arrested During Demo

Nurse educators (tutors) have announced that they will withdraw their services if the government fails to address nurses’ incapacitation as a matter of urgency.

Ian Kay: Chamisa And Khupe Should Dialogue

Ian Kay: Chamisa And Khupe Should Dialogue

Former MDC legislator Ian Kay has urged MDC-T interim leader and MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa not to be self-centred but to find common ground and forge a strong alliance.

Crocodiles die of hunger at Zimbabwe Tourism authority chef’s farm

BY VIOLET GONDA Johnny Rodriguez a member of the Zimbabwe Conservation Taskforce has said the death of 12 crocodiles from hunger while another 258 are close...

Civil servants’ form union

HARARE - A group of civil servants has formed a business union in a bid to...

Chefs behind gold smuggling – Gono

HARARE - Zimbabwe's chefs (a euphemism for the ruling elite) were behind most the country's gold...

WFP feeds Zimbabweans

HARARE - The World Food Program (WFP) has started bringing in more food to Zimbabwe after...

IMF team in Harare

HARARE - AN IMF team of experts is in the country meeting politicians from both the...

ZESA loses $8 trillion

HARARE - The troubled Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) had made an operational loss of over...

Sainthood for Nyerere?

DAR ES SALAAM - Roman Catholic bishops here have started a process that could lead to...

MDC praises Gono

HARARE - The MDC has praised the Governor of the Reserve Bank, Gideon Gono, for singling...

Parishioners vow to pursue Kunonga trial

HARARE - Anglican parishioners have vowed to pursue the retrial of Harare Bishop Nolbert Kunonga. The...

Hatcliffe report complete

HATCLIFFE - The Report on the Impact Survey on Operation Murambatsvina (Operation Restore Order): The case...

Z$60,000 for a scud

HARARE - Hardly a month after an increase, the price of local brew has shot up...

Mugabe weeps at Sally’s graveside

HARARE - Zimbabwe's strong man, Robert Mugabe, last Friday wept uncontrollably as he laid a wreath...

Many are disillusioned by Homelink saga

BY OWN CORRESPONDENT LONDON - Since our front-page lead about an alleged Homelink scam two weeks...

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