Skyrocketing Fuel Prices Drain Taxi Industry

Skyrocketing Fuel Prices Drain Taxi Industry

The pandemic slashed drivers’ revenues. The Russia-Ukraine war adds to their financial woes. And the U.S. dollar isn’t helping this time.

Mnangagwa finally proves ‘sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe’ a big fat lie!

Mnangagwa finally proves ‘sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe’ a big fat lie!

I have always asserted to my friends that, as much as state media is an insufferable drag to read or watch – due to the pathetic and disgraceful substandard work – but, most of the Zimbabwe regime’s lies are actually exposed by the government itself, rather than the opposition.

Epworth residents acquitted after by-elections campaign arrest

Epworth residents acquitted after by-elections campaign arrest

HARARE Magistrate Ruth Moyo on Thursday 22 September 2022 acquitted
three residents of Epworth, who had been on trial answering to public
violence charges after they were arrested during the run-up to the 26
March 2022 by-elections.

Zimbabwe’s Sanctions Smokescreen

Zimbabwe’s Sanctions Smokescreen

Last week, the United States updated targeted U.S. sanctions against Zimbabwean individuals and entities responsible for committing grave human rights abuses, undermining democracy, or contributing to corruption on a massive scale.

Zims propel Stars to victory (23-11-06)

JOHANNESBURG - Former Highlanders and Zimbabwe Warriors players, Joe Luphahla and Bekithemba Ndlovu, propelled South Africa Premiership log leaders, Silver Stars to a 2 - 1...

Eastern thumps Southern (23-11-06)

BULAWAYO - Masvingo United Captain, Godfrey Dondo helped the newly established Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA Eastern...

U-17 soccer team named (23-11-06)

HARARE - The national U-17 Zimbabwean soccer team was unveiled here this week by coach Rodwell...

Mumba to rejoin Stars? (23-11-06)

HARARE - Nomadic Zambian coach, Keegan Mumba, is set to rejoin struggling Harare side Shooting Stars...

ZTV: How Not To Broadcast (23-11-06)

By Josiah Bob Taundi
ZBH is moving into people's homes demanding licences, but they have made such...

Only ourselves to blame (23-11-06)

A very interesting book called " From Third World to First" outlines the incredible...

Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 18th November 2006

LONDON - "Dead by 34." This was the front-page splash in the Independent last Friday...

Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association (23-11-06)

LONDON - "What price justice?" is a new campaign launched to persuade the government to guarantee...

Jozi recognises role of migrants (23-11-06)

JOHANNESBURG - The City of Johannesburg plans a world-class information centre for migrants, which will assist...

SA cops give up on deportation (23-11-06)

MUSINA - The South African Police Service (SAPS) and Immigration Officers at Beitbridge Border Post no...

Pro-Mugabe SABC under fire (23-11-06)

JOHANNESBURG - The South Africa public broadcaster, SABC, has come under fire for propping up the...

Desperation drives border jumpers (23-11-06)

MUSINA - Hundreds of Zimbabweans say they will continue to cross into South Africa...

Ngomakurira (23-11-06)

Tied up in knots
The French have a word for it; dénouement. Literally it is the untying...



Dominican Convent, Hellenic and St. Georges win inaugural Lomagundi Chess festival