Zimbabwe regime should start by being a friend to all Zimbabweans instead of treating us as enemies

There once was a man (a very cruel and mean man) who found psychopathic and sadistic pleasure in brutalizing his wife and children, whilst wasting resources on his own lustful selfish pursuits – yet his family abandoned to the savage caprices of ravaging hunger, harrowing improvement, and subjecting them to ruthless beating up and torture should they complain.

Zimbabwe’s bumper harvest: what explains the success?

Zimbabwe’s bumper harvest: what explains the success?

As farmers turn to the next season with the beginning of the rains, the country is in a good position having reaped a bumper harvest in 2020/21.

Govt adamant on child marriages

Govt adamant on child marriages

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government is adamant that it has
accomplished a lot in stopping child marriages in Zimbabwe despite
some reported rising cases of the pervasive practice.

SADC must push for inclusive dialogue in Zimbabwe

SADC must push for inclusive dialogue in Zimbabwe

Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, an umbrella body of civil society organisations operating in Zimbabwe, has noted pronouncements by the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to the effect that Zimbabwe and the SADC region are committed to “meaningful and constructive dialogue with all relevant stakeholders with a view to consolidate the rule of law, democracy, governance and human rights”.

Communique of the residents summit held in Gweru

Communique of the residents summit held in Gweru

Residents Associations from across the country met in Gweru from 4-5 October 2021 to deliberate ways through which they can strengthen citizen

Chitungwiza Mayor sues Chombo

HARARE - The High Court last week heard the case in which the suspended Mayor of Chitungwiza Mayor, Misheck Shoko, argued that his removal by the...

States agree on agriculture

LUSAKA - Regional initiatives in agriculture and dialogue on the factors and policies that influence...

Forex crunch hits passports

HARARE - The Zimbabwe government has temporarily stopped issuing new passports to citizens because of a...

Another farmer evicted

CHEGUTU - The commercial farmer and his workers on Wantage Farm in the Chegutu area have...

Zims forced to fork out for b’day bash

HARARE - Long suffering Zimbabweans throughout the country have been asked to raise Z$1 billion from...

Graffiti protests multiply

BY DZIKAMAI CHIDYAUSIKU HARARE - A few streets away from Robert Mugabe's heavily guarded official residence...

MDC – towards Congress 2006

Ten of the 12 Provincial Congresses have now been held - well attended in all cases...

ZANU PF pushes to ban local council elections

HARARE - Zimbabwe's ruling party is pushing for new legislation to ban elections for urban councils...

CAPS’ Champions League preps in disarray

HARARE - CAPS United's preparations for the upcoming African Champions League tournament are in disarray after...

Young Warriors ‘just unlucky’ – coach

JOHANNESBURG - DESPITE losing 0-1 to a 10-man Cote d'Ivoire under-23 squad, Zimbabwe's under-23 technical department...

Top award for Luphahla

BY SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - ZIMBABWE international and Super Sport United midfielder-cum-striker, Joel Luphahla received the Coca-Cola...

Robben sees red as Chelsea win again

BY JOHN HUGHES LONDON - With second-placed United slipping up 3-1 in the big Manchester derby at...

Mambaras abound in Zim

BY MAGAISA IBENZI WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE - It would appear we have more mambaras...