Former President, Robert Mugabe's son in law, Simba Chikore has been granted $30 bail by Harare Magistrate, Elisha Singano.
Singano said there was no compelling evidence to deny the accused bail, ordering him to reside at the given address and not to interfere with state witnesses.
A senior banker at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ,has revealed that the suspension of four directors in connection with illegal foreign currency dealing is only a strategy to remove all long-serving stalwarts, including the governor John Mangudya , so as to line up the
The government has moved to dismiss Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube's latest appointee Communications Taskforce chair William Mutumanje Lumumba barely four days after the latter exposed rot corruption at the central bank.
Following the release of Jah Prayzah's title track Chitubu, off his upcoming album, stakes have automatically gone up. Expectations are high that the new album will live up to its billing and restore Jah Prayzah's dominance in the Zimbabwe's music industry which appeared under threat
Legendary local musician and multiple award winning songstress, Stella Rambisi Chiweshe once said: “No doctor is capable of healing the intense pain that only music can soothe.”
Man’s existence on this side of heaven is best summed up in the late political theorist Thomas Hobbes’ greatest
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has with immediate effect suspended four directors in connection with illegal foreign currency dealings.
In a statement that was released on Monday night RBZ said the suspension is a necessary move aimed at ensuring “transparency and good corporate governance.”
Renowned constitutional lawyer and University of Zimbabwe lecturer Fadzayi Mahere took Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube for a lecture on due process following sentiments by his latest appointee Communications Taskforce chair Lumumba Mutumanje whose revelations allege that some big wigs in the central
According to one of the victims, the students who are well-known activists and members of the Zimbabwe National Student’s Union (ZINASU) were taken away by alleged Central Intelligence Organisation members to a secret and secluded place where they were interrogated and had their national identity particular
Fiscal measures which were introduced earlier this month have worsened the situation as prices have skyrocketed with consumers resorting to panic buying as basic commodities have become scarce or prices have gone out of sight.
Following his assessment of fuel scarcity in the capital on Saturday which has taken the Zimbabweans by storm MDC President Nelson Chamisa reached a conclusion that the shortage of the most sought gem is as a result of leadership dearth.