Iconic comedian, Lazarus Boora affectionately known as Gringo in local entertainment circles has blasted the abuse of party regalia by vendors of pirated CDs and DVDs as immunity against prosecution.
Gringo who has failed to make a significant return to showbiz since his blockbusting Gringo The Troublemaker
There was drama in parliament today as war between Norton member of parliament Temba Mliswa and Chegutu West legislator Dexter Nduna raged on, prompting the deputy speaker Tsitsi Gezi to chuck off Mliswa from the August House.
Before the commencement of the question and answer session,
Announcing the reversal of the decision, the party’s Secretary for Information, Simon Khaya-Moyo said the dismissal of a party official through a vote of no confidence should only be occasioned in extraordinary circumstances
MUTOKO- People gather at a funeral in a farming community of Marira in Mutoko. Men and women move around the yard as they go about their duties at the funeral.
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Party regalia dominates the clothes that are worn. Women with wraps that bear the
FEBRUARY 23 1917 is a date that history will never forget. For on it, one of the world’s meanest dictators came face to face with the undiluted wrath of a people he had ill-treated for a long time.
Tsar Nicholas the second had ruled Russia with
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has admitted that the late music icon Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi's song titled "Hero," was an awakening call for government to re-look into the criterion used to declare national heroes.
This was said in a speech read on his behalf by the Defence Minister,
State security agents again tried to deny Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa together with his ex-vice president Thokozani Khupe access to the late Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi's burial ceremony in Madziva today.
Chamisa was yesterday denied entry into the National Sports stadium where
ZANU PF politburo has granted the late music legend, Oliver Mtukudzi national hero status.
Tuku as he was affectionately known succumbed to diabetes yesterday.
Though no official statement has been issued, one of the lead campaigners for Tuku's national hero status and Norton Member of Parliament, Temba
Gospel music legend, Mechanic Manyeruke's son, Emmanuel “Guspy Warrior” Manyeruke has apologized over a comment he made on President Emmerson Mnangagwa's Facebook page after his fans labelled him a "sellout to the ghetto struggle."
Commenting on President Emmerson Mnangagwa's Facebook post calling for national dialogue to