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Month: October 2020

EUNICE CHIPUDHLA CHINYANI LEGISLATOR Joana Mamombe defiantly staged a mini demonstration as she walked out of Harare magistrates’ courts, waving a placard calling on the release of Zinasu president Takudzwa Ngadziore who is rotting in remand prison. Already facing charges of leading an illegal demonstration, violating Covid 19 regulations and faking her own abduction, Mamombe […]

Moses Busendi of Centenary, Kadzungura village was slapped with a 20-year prison term, for killing his wife over alleged infidelity early this year. High Court Judge Justice Joseph Musafa, found Busendi, guilty of striking his wife twice with an axe on her head twice and killing her instantly over allegations of infidelity. It was the […]

MOBILE money transfer Ecocash which was put under sanctions by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, who imposed a daily cap of $5,000 which is worth less than USD$50 on the black, got a reprieve after a slight relaxation. Ecocash made the announcement through SMSs telling subscribers and users of the product of the adjustment which […]

BLESSED MHLANGA/ EUNICE CHINYANI A bullish Zanu PF has declared that those who have been opposed the liberation struggle and land reform programme should never dream of taking over the reigns of power in Zimbabwe. Speaking at a press conference, acting party spokesperson Patrick Chinamasa, threw a thinly veiled attack at the main opposition accused […]

https://www.facebook.com/e27c8ae9-ef28-4efd-8676-b75d189a7931 Anashe Murombedzi Zimbabwe is among 24 southern African countries which have dropped on the ladder of peace and security amidst concerns of growing internal strife and political clampdown by government on opponents. Trust Mamombe, the director of the Institution for Economic Peace an organization which ranks countries on peace and security while Speaking on […]

By Petronilla Mukamuri Harare West Legislator, Joana Mamombe was held in detention by Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Service (ZPCS) for mental health examinations that did not even happen. Harare Magistrate Court, Magistrate Bianca Makwande heard that Mamombe had only attended one session instead of two while being held in remand prison where she had been […]

… strike continues BY Faith Chapfika NEGOTIATIONS between teachers and government over working conditions and salaries hit a snag following a three-hour meeting, where government allegedly offered land in lieu of improved salaries. Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) secretary general said teachers spurned the government offers for land during the three-hour meeting and instead […]