Why do spouses of Zimbabwe ruling elite not use their influence to stand for suffering citizens against oppressive regime?

Why do spouses of Zimbabwe ruling elite not use their influence to stand for suffering citizens against oppressive regime?

I am sure we have all heard of a “peeping Tom”, or even possibly know of one – that depraved pervert, who obtains sexual gratification from furtively watching naked people, or those engaged in sexual action.

Challenges of Motorsports in Zimbabwe

Challenges of Motorsports in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is one of the African countries with constant political turmoil, hyperinflation, and power outages lasting up to 15 hours. It is the country with prices of goods differing based primarily on the currency you are paying with. It is also the place where people spend hours at the local fuel queue.

Betting on American sports is becoming more and more popular

Zimbabweans have been able to enjoy online betting for some time now. Even though football is by far the most popular sport

Family haunted by dead ex-ZPRA fighter’s spirit, want remains exhumed

Family haunted by dead ex-ZPRA fighter’s spirit, want remains exhumed

In a startling case, one family in Kenzamba KwaGore area under Chief Makonde in Mashonaland West says it is haunted by the spirit of a dead former ZPRA fighter they buried in 1978.

Stakeholders urge intensified battle against drug abuse

Stakeholders urge intensified battle against drug abuse

Stakeholders attending the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking commemorations in Bulawayo, Friday, said there was a need for the introduction of drug rehabilitation centres, an initiative largely viewed as a major move in the fight against the rising scourge.

A night with Harare’s working sisters

BY ALEXIO RASHIRAI
It is Friday, 9 pm and Abigail is standing on the side of the road wearing a skin tight skirt, cunningly designed to expose...

If we have meaning, we have life

BY DEBBIE JEANS
Having just returned from the fourth talk in London, together with Dr Ingrid Landman,...

SA govt plans media censorship

JOHANNESBURG - Reporters Without Borders has joined the South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef), the Media...

SA police suspended for bribery

JOHANNESBURG - Two police officers at Hillbrow have been arrested and suspended for demanding bribes from...

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

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

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Money on the mooove

BY LITANY BIRD
Dear Family and Friends,
In the dying days of...

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...

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We salute WOZA and MOZA

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