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BY VIMBAI MAJAHA   ZIMBABWE Army General Edzai Absolom Chanyuka Chimonyo has died, following a long battle with cancer, the government has announced. Chimonyo was promoted to lead the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) soon after former President late Robert Mugabe, was ousted from power in a military coup, died this morning.   The General has […]

By Vimbai Majaha/ Gaddaffi Wells   President Emmerson Mnangagwa, facing allegations of failing to turn around the fortunes of the economy, told the Zimbabweans that detractors are keen to reverse the gains of independence especially through sanctions.   The President said this while addressing mourners at the burial of the late national hero Major General […]

By Gaddaffi Wells THE MDC Alliance has upped its tempo against Zanu PF, accusing the ruling party of destroying the economy and going on an onslaught against the poor. Party spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere addressing a press briefing called for an end to ZANU-PF’s 40-year reign saying the ruling party was at the center of all […]

Harare, 23 June 2021- Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI Z) joins the rest of the world in commemorating World Whistleblowers Day. Whistle-blowers play a critical role in exposing wrongdoing and corruption, therefore potentially saving the country millions of dollars in public funds and ultimately guaranteeing the effective and efficient delivery of public services. Zimbabwe is a […]

By Tadiwa Nyatanga HIV can be transmitted from an HIV-positive mother to her child during pregnancy, childbirth, and or breastfeeding. Mother-to-child transmission is also known as vertical transmission and contributes to the majority of infections in children.   The world has embarked on a fast-track strategy to end AIDS by 2030. A number of measures […]

Despite legislation and policy aimed at increasing women’s representation in politics, their ability to claim space has been hampered by their failure to get equal access to political and campaign funding. The challenges begin from the party primary contests where female candidates have to compete against male counterparts who are often well resourced because they […]

The European Film Festival Zimbabwe 2021 is calling on all filmmakers from across Zimbabwe and in the diaspora (Europe/Africa) for the 2nd edition of the BIOSKOP!  Zimbabwe Short Film Competition! Will we ever return to life as it was? That is a question that many of us may ask, considering the disruption that the year 2020 […]

By Gaddaffi Wells HIGH Court judge justice James Mabhikwa whose nudes and information over his alleged sexual escapades with his office staff were leaked, faces the chop after President Emmerson Mnangagwa opened a tribunal over his suitability to hold office. After the scandal, the Judicial Service Commission wrote to President Mnangagwa asking him to establish […]

Zimbabwe woke up to the sad news that Roman Catholic Church priest, novelist and a composer Father Emmanuel Ribeiro had passed on.

BY VIMBAI MAJAHA RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya dropped names of 18 companies whom he accuses of abusing the foreign exchange auction system in a naming and shaming scheme, warning the companies will face stiff penalties. Companies including National Foods, Africa Steel, and Source Fuels, stand accused of getting cheap money on […]