Falsehoods by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s lieutenants have been laid bare after officials from the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) hauled a man to appear in court and stand trial for allegedly criticising the ruling ZANU PF party leader for boasting that Zimbabwe had the strongest currency
Waverley Blankets Managing Director Aron Vico has dismissed allegations by a local online media that he approached the High Court seeking to stop one Lakshmikanth Boddapati from testifying in an ongoing criminal trial in which Amanda Berkowitz is facing charges of perjury.
In a statement, Vico
Local election watchdog, the Election Resource Centre (ERC) says recent cancellation of the 'Register to Vote' concert that was scheduled for last Saturday at Bulawayo’s Hartsfield Tshisanyama is an insult to the ideals of a free society.
Police in Bulawayo reportedly cancelled the “Register to Vote”
Zimbabwe's human rights record will be under immense scrutiny from the Commonwealth assessment mission currently in the country to assess progress made by Harare since its application to rejoin the club of former British colonies.
Zimbabwe applied for re-admission into the 56-member bloc in 2018 which
Listed contracting and industrial group, Masimba Holdings Limited says it expects to finish the current year on a strong note thanks to a firm and well-balanced order book with average tenures of between three to twelve months.
In its third quarter (Q3) trading update, the company
Renowned comedienne Mai Titi, born Felistas Murata, is now looking to settle down with a white man after numerous attempts with black men hit a wall.
In a post making rounds on social media, Mai Titi said her pictures with different black men, which many suspect
The Douglas Mwonzora led Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) says there is nothing new in the party’s leader receiving an executive vehicle from the Government.
This followed widely circulated social media reports alleging that Mwonzora had received a farm and a Mercedes Benz from government as
Zanu PF spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa has blasted former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo over his recent remarks blaming Zimbabwe for the spate of military coups across Africa.
Recently, Obasanjo told the Pan-African Parliament in South Africa that complicated 'coup not so coups' had started in Zimbabwe.