What is Gata even still doing at ZESA?

What is Gata even still doing at ZESA?

As Zimbabwe continues to sink deeper into an economic abyss – exacerbated by recurrent crippling electricity shortages – one is baffled as to why heads at the power utility are not rolling.

Masiyiwa Shares Embarassing Govt Corruption, Greediness That Crippled A Power Solution That Could Have Saved Zim

Masiyiwa Shares Embarassing Govt Corruption, Greediness That Crippled A Power Solution That Could Have Saved Zim

Econet Wireless Group founder and chairman, Strive Masiyiwa has shared how he once tried to solve Zimbabwe’s power problem with a US $250 million project that would add 500MW of power to Zimbabwe’s national grid.

Masaraure Urges Zimbabweans To Demand Services Now, Not To “Defer Lives To 2023 Ballot”

Masaraure Urges Zimbabweans To Demand Services Now, Not To “Defer Lives To 2023 Ballot”

Obert Masaraure who leads the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has urged fellow citizens to demand service delivery from the government saying they can’t defer their lives to the 2023 ballot when they will elect a new government.

“ZANU PF Govt Looted Money For Building Zimbabwe’s Energy Infrastructure” – Fadzayi Mahere

“ZANU PF Govt Looted Money For Building Zimbabwe’s Energy Infrastructure” – Fadzayi Mahere

Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) national spokesperson, Fadzayi Mahere has said the ruling ZANU PF looted the money that was supposed to be used for

90% of the world has achieved some level of immunity to COVID-19: WHO

90% of the world has achieved some level of immunity to COVID-19: WHO

At least 90 percent of the world’s population has achieved some level of immunity to COVID-19, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said.

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BY LITANY BIRD
Dear Family and Friends,
Zimbabwe tells a very strange story to the casual passer by. We are a country so full of contradictions and extremes...

Without mass action, Mugabe will not shift an inch

HARARE - Fresh demands by the opposition for President Robert Mugabe to accept a new constitution...

Sins of the church

BY LEVEE KADENGE
'We have become a people taught to hate others'
'We the Church are to blame...

Bristol Vigil

BRISTOL - We hope as many people as possible can make it to this month's ZIMBABWE...

Civic Dialogue

The Zimbabwe Pastor's Forum will hold a civic dialogue on Saturday at 1pm at the Methodist...

State postpones VOP trial – AGAIN

HARARE - In what their lawyer described as a shocking move, the trial of directors and...

Snoopers’ Charter deeply flawed – MISA

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Zimbabwe's bill to permit spying on private email and telephone...

Unasked question: Who killed the fish?

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Were it not for the immense suffering of Zimbabweans, the state media's...

Letters (1) 22-06-06

Disgusted at police brutality
EDITOR - This is an open letter to express my displeasure and disgust...

Civic groups condemn quiet diplomacy

GABORONE - Civic groups in Botswana have urged southern African leaders to adopt a much more...

‘Jail Mugabe, not refugees’ demand protestors


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Word for Today 22-06-06

The Lord is faithful to all his promises and loving toward all he has made. The...

Horrific torture stats raise concerns for future

We are appalled at the revelations of the severe psychological trauma that now affects one in...

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