Expelled ZANU PF youth leader, Godfrey Tsenengamu on Monday castigated First Lady, Grace Mugabe claiming that the President's wife does not have what it takes to be Zimbabwe's next leader.
By MoreGiven Sithole
Addressing journalists at a press conference in Harare, the outspoken Tsenengamu warned that ZANU
ZIMBABWE Republic Police (ZRP) officers on Monday 20 February 2017 arrested Happymore Chidziva, the MDC-T party’s National Youth Assembly Chairperson and charged him with committing public violence during an anti-government protest held last year.
Chidziva, aged 36 years, was charged with committing public violence in contravention
Expelled Zanu PF Mashonaland Central Youth Chairperson, Godfrey Tsenengamu has called on President Robert Mugabe to step down and pave way for Emmerson Mnangagwa to take over.
Addressing a press conference in Harare on Monday, the outspoken former Zanu PF member said Mugabe had overstayed his welcome adding
Rorisang Lekalake, University of Cape Town
Over the last three decades there’s been some progress towards institutionalising multiparty democracy in sub-Saharan Africa. Despite this elections in the region rarely result in changes of government.
A recent survey by Afrobarometer – a non-partisan African research network – sheds
The Election Resource Centre (ERC) acknowledges the move taken by government to take over the purchase of biometric equipment intended for use in the impending voter registration process. This was reportedly announced by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) Chairperson Justice Rita Makarau.
Funding of election related
Risk has been part of life since time immemorial. Even before the dawn of modern banking, risk could not be separated from human survival opportunities such as hunting and gathering food. African forests teemed with dangerous animals, rendering hunting a risky adventure. One would spend
This weekend most big artists were in the capital, continuing with valentine day celebrations though rains made sure music fans remain in their homes. The weekend showbiz kicked off on a low note gaining momentum that ended with the NAMA awards at 7 Arts Theatre.
Government of Zimbabwe is unapologetic for embarking on the land reform program, carried out to empower citizens who are the rightful owners of the land, First Lady, Grace Mugabe has declared.
Grace who was speaking to journalists soon after opening a girls’ dormitory at Hande Secondary School, in
James Bond, arguably the world’s best-known secret agent, has been handed an urgent assignment: To infiltrate the homes of DStv Premium subscribers and keep them spellbound for two weeks.
The task is under way from Thursday February 23 to Sunday March 5, when M-Net Movies will host