Home Blog Page 2

Chiwenga to feature in Guinness Book of Records?

Originally by Newsday VP President Constantino Chiwenga could find himself in the Guinness Book of Records for being the only army chief in the world to oust a president through a bloodless  intervention via Operation Restore Legacy. This was said by Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement Minister Chief Air Marshal Perrance Shiri (Retired)Thursday as he introduced VP Chiwenga to thousands of...

‘Gushungo boys’ dump Mugabe…shift allegiance to ED.

Originally by Newsday Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has come under fire for their propaganda and how it accorded airplay to music groups that grovelled towards former President Robert Mugabe. Songs like Rambai Makashinga and Sendekera jingles of 2003 and the Mbare Chimurenga choir’s songs and videos took over the airwaves. One youthful musical group that rose to prominence at the time was...

Two robbers pounce on fuel dealers in dramatic shoot out .

Originally by Newsday TWO armed robbers pounced on three illegal fuel dealers and got away with more than $250 at gunpoint at West Nicholson in Matabeleland South. The robbers who are on the run allegedly approached their victims under the pretext of selling 50 litres of fuel to one of them before attacking him and demanding cash. They even claimed to be...

Madhuku to the rescue as Khupe & Chamisa fight takes new twist.

Originally by Newsday LAWYERS representing former MDC-T deputy president Thokozani Khupe, who is engaged in a fierce battle with  Nelson Chamisa over the MDC-T party name, symbols and signs yesterday sought postponement of the hearing to allow lawyer Lovemore Madhuku to take over the matter next week. Through Kholwani Ngwenya, a lawyer with Mabhikwa and Partners, Khupe submitted that they were...

Olinda nominated for 2 awards.

UK-based businesswoman and “socialite” Olinda Chapel has been nominated for an award in two categories under the Zimbabwe Achievers Awards United Kingdom edition. Olinda was nominated in the Female Personality of the Year as well as the People’s Choice in association with Savannah Freight. The same version of awards are also held in South Africa, Australia, as well as the United...

EXCLUSIVE: What’s Mugabe’s son-in-law got to do with Zim’s mysterious new airline?

Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law Simba Chikore was on hand to welcome a Boeing 767 which arrived Wednesday at Harare’s international airport recently named after the former president. Chikore, wearing captain epaulettes, although there is no record of him having been promoted to this rank, was first named last year as one of the negotiators for the purchase of several second-hand aircraft...

More big wigs face arrest as Zim gvt makes bold move on corruption crackdown!

Presidential spokesperson, Mr George Charamba has warned that more cabals face arrest as corruption crackdown in Government perpetuates. He denied the allegations that the Government was targeting members of a particular cabal saying some officials in government were being investigated. “Arrests have to be made on certain people, the question is have we seen enough of arrests and I’d dare say...

Police sulking at roadblock ban, refuse foot patrol duties, spend time on Whatsapp.

Junior police officers are reportedly sulking with government’s recent decision to drastically reduce the number of roadblocks across the country, are resisting new duties such as foot patrols. The bitter cops are choosing instead to spend time at stations chatting on WhatsApp platforms according to a senior police officer. A decision was made last December to reduce the number of police...

Knives out as MDC-T members battle for Khupes post.

SENIOR MDC-T officials from Matabeleland region are allegedly locked in a fierce battle to replace fired deputy president Dr Thokozani Khupe.Dr Khupe left together with her allies secretary Abednego Bhebhe and spokesperson Mr Obert Gutu after a major fallout with Chamisa. Their expulsion has resulted in party members engaging in a rat race to replace them. Party sources said some senior...

‘ED never promised to end cash shortages in 100 days’ claims Ziyambi.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa never promised the nation that cash shortages will end in his first 100 days in office after Operation Restore Legacy, by Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi has claimed. This follows demands for explanations by the Glen View North MP, Fani Munengami (MDC-T) on why Zimbabweans were still sleeping in bank queues, yet the new government had promised to...

Most Read This Week

Latest News

Chamisa not ready to publicize election manifesto, fears theft by Zanu...

Originally by Newsday MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has revealed that his coalition group would not publicise its election manifesto until Zanu PF officials...

Opinion Editorial