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.

News Roundup 25-05-06

Vicious economic cycle continues
HARARE - Zimbabwe's year-on-year inflation rate was 1042,9% in April and prices increased by an average of 21,1% during that month. The figures...

Victory for MDC

HARARE - The MDC will push ahead with plans for anti-government protests, saying victory in a...

Top military officers to run NRZ

BULAWAYO - Workers at the National Railways of Zimbabwe, NRZ, have complained about what they call...

Church appeals to Beckett

LONDON - The congregation of Alvaston Methodist Church has written to the new Foreign Secretary, Margaret...

Around Zimbabwe

ZRP sets up special desk for Chinese

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Huge forex scandal uncovered
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HARARE - Sekuvele ubusela obukhulu bokuthenga izimota ngudlu okwenziwa...

WOZA targets schools

HARARE - Members of Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) took to the streets again this week...

News in Shona 25-5-06

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Agriculture – Made gets it wrong again

Minister of Agriculture, Joseph Made, is once more accused of misleading Zimbabweans about the country's food...

MDC SA to hold first congress

JOHANNESBURG - The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) is bracing for its first congress in South...

Headmen fined for supporting MDC

CHIMANIMANI - Two village headmen appeared in a traditional court on Saturday and were ordered to...

Zimbabwe opposition leader released from police custody

HARARE - Zimbabwe opposition faction leader Arthur Mutambara was on Friday afternoon released from police custody...

MDC launches diplomatic offensive



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