President Robert Mugabe has called on youths to desist risk behaviors including premarital sex which he said puts them at risk of the deadly HIV/Aids.
Addressing Zanu PF supporters who gathered at the Matopos Research Centre for the 2017 edition of the 21st February Movement celebrations
Transform Zimbabwe President, Jacob Ngarivhume has rejected Mugabe’s advice on coalition which the opposition parties in the country are planning to have ahead of 2018 presidential elections.
Speaking to journalists at the Women Health Fair program which the party launched in Glenview on Thursday last week,
Transform Zimbabwe President Jacob Ngarivhume has launched a voter education campaign aimed at convincing Zimbabweans to shun political parties that use violence to gain votes in next year's parliamentary election.
The campaign which was launched last week at Hopley will be spread to parts of the
Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai has hinted that fear and intimidation continue to haunt people of Mashonaland East, a year before the 2018 elections, something that is worrying the ex premier.
In a statement released to the media, MDC-T said during the party's
HIGH Court Judge Justice Esther Muremba on Wednesday 22 February 2017 issued an ultimatum ordering a Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officer to return a driver’s licence which he had confiscated from a motorist two years ago as inducement to coerce him to pay a spot
As Zimbabwe’s Opposition remains in disarray and continues to struggle to form a Grand Coalition to challenge Zanu PF’s dominance in the 2018 General Elections. And despite President Mugabe’s refusal to retire anytime soon, it can clearly be seen from his frail nonagenarian appearance in
Hatimire Kusimbisa Dangerzone (HKD) music stable gurus Sheltang and Freeman who parted ways under unceremonious circumstances two years ago have made amends and will soon be working together on the latter's new album set to hit the market soon.
By Munashe Chokodza
Sheltang confirmed to 263Chat that
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Apart from the much publicized visit by the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) President to Zimbabwe and the 21st February Movement Celebrations in Matopo, many music lovers had a weekend to remember with the combination of Baba Harare and Gonyeti continuing to attract respectable