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Mentally challenged and illiterate people should freely vote - MDC-T

Published 52 mins ago | 244 Views
Opposition MDC-T has said illiterate voters and the mental challenged must be allowed to vote unless the voter has been declared to be mentally incompetent in terms of the Mental Health Act.The party ...

by Thobekile Zhou

Mavhima must lead the way - MLF

Published 1 hour ago | 488 Views
ZImbabwe's Primary and Secondary Education minister must wake up from his stupor and be realistic about what he says. He must differentiate between dreaming and reality. At the same time he should sto...

by MLF

Free and fair election calls for far-reaching electoral reforms

Published 1 hour ago | 244 Views
In our push for the adoption of far-reaching electoral reforms that will ensure the holding of free and fair elections in 2018, the MDC advocates that no person should be entitled to vote unless his o...

by Obert Chaurura Gutu - MDC-T National Spokesperson

1987 Unity Accord was an ideal union

Published 1 hour ago | 758 Views
The recent false claim by Andrew Nyati, a ZAPU secretary for mobilization and organization that the 1987 Unity Accord was a mistake should not be given an ear as it depicts the level of political medi...

by Chido Chikuni

Woman beats up best friend over hubby

Published 3 hours ago | 2064 Views
A Harare woman - Lucia Chikombe is unsettled as her best friend is after her husband.Chikombe told the court that she was fed up Pretty Mpofu who is plotting to snatch her bubby."I did assault her sev...

by Staff Reporter

Prof Moyo castigates ZiFM radio over STEM interview blackout

Published 3 hours ago | 1970 Views
Higher and Tertiary Education minister Professor Jonathan Moyo has today castigated private radio station ZiFM for abruptly deciding not to air an interview with him.The station twitted that it won't ...

by Thobekile Zhou

Wounded Chicken Inn braces for Mamelodi Sundowns firepower

Published 3 hours ago | 828 Views
Zimbabwe's African Champions League representatives Chicken Inn takes on South Africa's giants Mamelodi Sundowns after a disappointing build-up.The two sides will clash in Bulawayo on Saturday.Chicken...

by Thobekile Zhou

Bulawayo council to kill more stray dogs

Published 3 hours ago | 546 Views
Bulawayo municipality has resolved to buy and stock up more ammunition to kill stray dogs that have become a nuisance.According to council agenda seen by Bulawayo24.com, Councillor Gideon Mangena said...

by Thobekile Zhou

ZANU PF's perpetual excuses are a clear sign of failure

Published 3 hours ago | 540 Views
In any given environment, success is measured by one's ability to deliver, in spite of any challenges faced along the way; as the inability to deliver by proffering excuses - no matter how understanda...

by Tendai Ruben Mbofana

Mnangagwa's allies guns for Jonathan Moyo

Published 4 hours ago | 2534 Views
The Generation 40 (G40) Zanu-PF party faction is allegedly pushing for the ouster of Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo  from the party. Sources close to the Mnangagwa camp say the Vice Pres...

by Staff reporter

Charamba pushes for Mnangagwa

Published 4 hours ago | 2091 Views
Presidential spokesperson George Charamba allegedly started the move to replace President Mugabe with Emmerson Mnangagwa in 2014. Charamba has been accused by the G40 faction and other Zanu-PF stalwar...

by Staff reporter

Zanu-PF MP challenges peace order application

Published 5 hours ago | 361 Views
Chegutu West MP Dexter Nduna (Zanu-PF) has filed opposing papers, seeking to block Pickstone Peerless Gold Mine's efforts to bar him from entering its premises. This was after the mine's proprietors, ...

by Staff reporter

Cecil Rhodes statue lies neglected in a Zimbabwe car park

Published 5 hours ago | 1571 Views
A British landowner has called of Bishop’s Stortford’s most famous and controversial son Cecil John Rhodes which lies neglected in a car park in Zimbabwe to be erected in the Centre of his birth p...

by Staff reporter

Government won't slash teachers' salaries

Published 5 hours ago | 1042 Views
The ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has dispelled reports that it will be slashing salaries of teachers who fail to produce good results.  State media had earlier reported that govern...

by Staff reporter

Musewe offers imaginary boom by 'assumed visionary' leaders to entice us away from GPA reforms

Published 5 hours ago | 511 Views
If I had to name the greatest challenge of our generation since Zimbabwe attained her independence in 1980 then, without a moment's hesitation, it is our failure to stop Mugabe imposing this corrupt a...

by Wilbert Mukori

Zanu betrayed 87 Greenland farmers in Beatrice

Published 5 hours ago | 813 Views
14 Years after seizing commercial farms from farmers who were producing a lot of food, Zanu is evicting those same people whom they gave farms.This shows that Zanu doesn't care about people's welfare ...

by Sikhumbuzo Moyo

1ns and 2s with DJ-Sticha - Business Advice for Aspiring Musicians

Published 5 hours ago | 269 Views
I'm astonished by the number of people who still say things like "you can't make money with music anymore."Do you have any idea how many more bands and artists have been able to "pop" and become profi...

by DJ-Sticha

Tshinga Dube supports virgins

Published 5 hours ago | 1438 Views
Welfare Services for War Veterans, War Collaborators and Former Political Detainees Deputy Minister, Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube has come in full force supporting girls to remain v.irgins until they ...

by Staff Reporter

Kasukuwere is a mafikizolo in Zanu PF - Min Mutsvangwa

Published 5 hours ago | 1996 Views
War Veterans minister  Christopher Mutsvangwa has turned his guns on Zanu-PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere saying he has no history in the party.Mutsvangwa  said Kasukuwere's parents...

by Staff Reporter

Starving soldiers turn to poaching

Published 5 hours ago | 1459 Views
TWO hungry soldiers were arrested last week facing poaching charges after they were allegedly found in possession of 55kg zebra meat.The third soldier allegedly escaped arrest and fled, leaving behind...

by Staff Reporter

WATCH: Zimbabweans protest in the UK

Published 6 hours ago | 795 Views
Zimbabweans who are spearheading in the UK a lobby to have a white Zimbabwean farmer's farm returned to him, and for Dr Nyatsuro, who has illegally seized the Rankin's farm, to be expelled from the UK...

by Youtube

GMB selling bucket of maize at $11,25- Chief Nebire

Published 6 hours ago | 1130 Views
Senator Chief Nebire has complained before Vice President Emmerson Mnagagwa in the senate that the Grain Marketing Board was selling a bucket of maize to villagers at $11,25 contrary to the price whic...

by Stephen Jakes

10 000 miners do their work using traditional equipment in Chegutu

Published 6 hours ago | 1303 Views
Chegutu MP Dexter Nduna has told the Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa that there are 10 000 small scale miners in t6he Midlands who are mining using their traditional equipment such as hoes, picks an...

by Stephen Jakes

New senator takes over from ousted Mavhaire

Published 6 hours ago | 1559 Views
Zanu PF has replaced the vacant senate place left by the now People First Dzikamai Mavhaire who was fired from the party, by appointing Clemence Makwarimba as a senator for Masvingo province.This was ...

by Stephen Jakes

Sizinda widows fear to lose their house

Published 6 hours ago | 1711 Views
Sizinda widows have told the Public Policy Research Institute of Zimbabwe that they are living in fear of losing their houses as they are facing challenges of changing the ownership of the properties ...

by Stephen Jakes

Minister quizzed over non-Ndebele speaking primary school teachers in Matabeleland

Published 6 hours ago | 2139 Views
MDC legislator Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga quizzed Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora over the deployment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in Matabeleland.This follows complai...

by Staff reporter

Mujuru is a true Mugabe's face- critique

Published 6 hours ago | 2876 Views
A critique of for Vice President Joice Mujuru who now leads the People First project yet to transform in to a political party has warned people who think she is divorced from Zanu PF that she is still...

by Stephen Jakes

Chikomba DA blocks Chiefs from talking to the media

Published 6 hours ago | 1127 Views
The District Administrator for Chikomba, Clemence Masawi has shocked traditional leaders from this Mashonald East Province when he dissuaded them from making comments or talking to the media before co...

by Staff Reporter

MDC passes vote of no confidence on Moses Mzila Ndlovu

Published 6 hours ago | 1376 Views
THE Welshman Ncube-led opposition MDC has, with immediate effect, appointed Miriam Mushayi to oversee the party secretariat department after it sacked acting secretary general, Moses Mzila Ndlovu.Mzil...

by Staff reporter

Suspended school head over leaking exams gets court reprieve

Published 6 hours ago | 2186 Views
The case against Mhari High School head, Goodwell Manyame who is alleged to have shown exam questions to candidates during last year's November exams has been withdrawn from Chivhu Magistrates' Courts...

by Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe Parliament website hacked

Published 6 hours ago | 1096 Views
PARLIAMENT of Zimbabwe's website was last week hacked by cyber attackers identifying themselves Anonplus Anonymous.Speaker of the House of Assembly, Jacob Mudenda, yesterday confirmed the attack, whic...

by Staff reporter

Man rapes girl (13) at knife point

Published 6 hours ago | 1684 Views
A Man from Bikita in Masvingo, Samuel Gozhori Ushe (63) from Ushe Village under Chief Mukanganwi will languish in prison for the next 18 years after he raped a 13-year-old minor at knife-point and inf...

by Staff Reporter

Mujuru warned

Published 6 hours ago | 2596 Views
OPPOSITION parties have warned former Vice-President Joice Mujuru's People First (PF) movement to avoid the "big brother/sister mentality" in its engagements with other players or risk scuttling grand...

by Staff reporter

'Zanu-PF split imminent'

Published 6 hours ago | 2193 Views
HERALD columnist, Nathaniel Manheru, strongly believed to be President Robert Mugabe's aide, George Charamba, has warned of a looming Zanu-PF split, if the shadowy Generation 40 (G40) faction is left ...

by Staff reporter

5000 MSU students face accommodation challenges in Zvishavane

Published 6 hours ago | 1676 Views
About 5000 Midlands State University students who were moved from Gweru camps to Zvishavane are reportedly facing serious accommodation crisis as they are said to be using Shabane Mine offices.This em...

by Stephen Jakes

Govt struggling to make Air Zimbabwe visible

Published 7 hours ago | 796 Views
Revelations have emerged that the government of Zimbabwe is currently struggling to restore the visibility of the Air Zimbabwe to be competitive to other incoming independent airliners.This emerged wh...

by Stephen Jakes

Tendai Biti lose 200 supported to Tsvangirai

Published 7 hours ago | 1933 Views
NEARLY 200 MDC-T supporters in Cowdray Park and Luveve suburbs who defected to Tendai Biti's MDC Renewal party before deciding to re-join the main opposition party are finding it difficult to be accom...

by Thandeka Moyo

Govt does not influence staffing at Zifa- Hlongwane.

Published 7 hours ago | 511 Views
The Minister of Sports and Recreation Makhosini Hlongwane has said the government has not influence in the staffing at the Zimbabwe Football Association after the senators questioned him what was the ...

by Stephen Jakes

Zapu vice-president resigns

Published 7 hours ago | 772 Views
ZIMBABWE African People's Union (Zapu) vice-president Emilia Mukaratirwa has resigned from the party due to institutional challenges. Mukaratirwa said she had resigned both from her position and the p...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Zimbabwean banks removed from US sanctions list

Published 7 hours ago | 1540 Views
The US has removed two Zimbabwean banks from its punitive sanctions regime against Zimbabwe. On Wednesday, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (Ofac), which falls under the Department of Treasury, is...

by Tichaona Zindoga

Villagers sell cattle at $20 each

Published 7 hours ago | 3527 Views
Some villager in the drought stricken areas of Zimbabwe are reported to be selling their starving cattle at between $20 and 30 in an effort to beast the drought risk of losing them through death.This ...

by Stephen Jakes

'Jonathan Moyo, Kasukuwere must be expelled from Zanu-PF'

Published 7 hours ago | 2252 Views
War veterans want Saviour Kasukuwere and Professor Jonathan Moyo expelled from Zanu-PF for causing serious divisions after the national commissar allegedly vowed to unleash violence on war veterans pl...

by Zvamaida Murwira and Munyaradzi Musiiwa

'Jonathan Moyo recruited to destroy Zanu-PF,' says Mutsvangwa

Published 7 hours ago | 1139 Views
Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association chairman Christopher Mutsvangwa has challenged Professor Jonathan Moyo to contest his claims that he was Ndabaningi Sithole's illegitimate child, ...

by Munyaradzi Musiiwa

Tsvangirai lose hope of winning elections against Mugabe

Published 7 hours ago | 994 Views
PUNCH-drunk MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said he had lost hope of winning elections against President Mugabe, saying he only fancied his chances after the latter's demise.Mr Tsvangirai,...

by Felex Share

'Zimbabwe fast-track land reform over,' says Mugabe's ally

Published 7 hours ago | 676 Views
The fast-track land reform programme has run its course with the exhaustion of new farms for acquisition amid indications that further allocations can only be done after the envisaged land audit revea...

by Zvamaida Murwira

Newly elected Nkulumane Zanu PF MP appointed in budget and finance committe

Published 7 hours ago | 536 Views
The newly elected Zanu PF Nkulumane MP Killian Sibanda has been appointed to serve in the Portfolio Committees of Budget and Finance as well as Environment, Water, Tourism and Hospitality.This was ann...

by Stephen Jakes

'Land to be made bankable, transferable'

Published 7 hours ago | 490 Views
The government last Friday announced that the country is almost running out of land for resettlement purposes but there is hope that some of it will be availed when the land audit is completed. The Mi...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Guta Ra Mwari supports death penalty abolition

Published 7 hours ago | 522 Views
GUTA Ra Mwari church has come out in full support of the abolition of the death penalty in favour of life sentences. This emerged during the church's annual camp meeting which started on Friday in Bul...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Man 'cuts open' wife's privates to assist home birth

Published 7 hours ago | 1863 Views
A JOHANNE Marange Apostolic Sect member from Gutu in Masvingo province nearly killed his pregnant wife when he allegedly enlarged her birth canal using a home-made knife when she went into labour. The...

by Walter Mswazie

Bomb attack survivor bemoans 'lost Zanu-PF values'

Published 7 hours ago | 643 Views
VETERAN freedom fighter, Jane Ngwenya, has said individualism has infiltrated Zanu-PF leading to infighting that was diverting the party from what it fought for. Ngwenya, who turns 81 in June, lives a...

by Leonard Ncube

Chicken Inn ready for Sundowns

Published 7 hours ago | 953 Views
SOUTH African giants Mamelodi Sundowns will touch down at the Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport on Friday, 24 hours before taking on Zimbabwean champions Chicken Inn in the first leg of the C...

by Ricky Zililo

Modern Ngwenya elected Bosso vice-chairman

Published 7 hours ago | 772 Views
MODERN Ngwenya is the new Highlanders vice-chairman after beating Bulawayo businessman Kenneth Mhlophe by four votes in elections held at the club house yesterday. The Harare-based Ngwenya got 90 vote...

by Ricky Zililo

Victoria Falls resists salary cuts

Published 7 hours ago | 511 Views
VICTORIA Falls Municipality is seeking to be exempted from the government's directive compelling local authorities to slash salaries for top managers.The Chronicle understands that the government capp...

by Leonard Ncube

Head-on collision claims four lives

Published 7 hours ago | 1309 Views
FOUR people died while several others were seriously injured when a commuter omnibus they were travelling in was involved in a head-on collision with a delivery truck in Gweru on Friday. The accident ...

by Elizabeth Tsuro

Dentist saves rapist from prison

Published 7 hours ago | 1396 Views
A RAPIST from Binga who could not give his correct age in court has a dentist to thank for a lighter sentence after the specialist determined that he could be a minor. Artwell Munsaka had claimed that...

by Leonard Ncube

Man dumps wife for girlfriend

Published 7 hours ago | 1112 Views
A Harare man has chased his wife out of their matrimonial home to create room for his girlfriend, the Harare Civil Court heard.Delicate Chapfudze told his wife, Pamela Mukombe that he was no longer in...

by Ivan Zhakata

Electronic gates for Zimbabwe borders

Published 7 hours ago | 1196 Views
Government has identified three potential contractors to set up electronic gates at border posts and ports of entry to enable the Ministry of Home Affairs to monitor the movement of the people electro...

by Munyaradzi Musiiwa

'Chiefs are non-partisan,' says VP Mnangagwa

Published 7 hours ago | 473 Views
Traditional leaders vote in a manner that helps to advance the interests of communities they represent when they are called to do so in Parliament when deciding an issue in a non-partisan way, Vice Pr...

by Zvamaida Murwira

Bid to spite lover backfires

Published 7 hours ago | 907 Views
A man'S attempt to get rid of his pregnant girlfriend was in vain after the Harare Civil Court magistrate dismissed his application for a protection order.Fungai Hamandishe, who wanted his girlfriend ...

by Ivan Zhakata

Woman jailed 2 years for abusing 'peeping' niece

Published 7 hours ago | 981 Views
A 35-year-old woman who sliced her eight-year-old niece's buttocks with a razor blade for snooping while she was engaging in sex with her husband was recently sent to jail for a year-and-a-half.Miriam...

by Fungai Lupande

Journalists set to get stands

Published 7 hours ago | 417 Views
Journalists in both the public and private media will soon secure residential stands under a Government programme targeted at improving their welfare, Secretary for Media, Information and Broadcasting...

by Staff Reporters

Defence College transform to a Defence University

Published 7 hours ago | 656 Views
Government has explained its decision to transform the National Defence College into a fully-fledged Zimbabwe National Defence University that is expected to specialise in professional military traini...

by Lloyd Gumbo

Caps United to tour SA for 10 days

Published 7 hours ago | 891 Views
AS part of their pre-season preparations, CAPS United will have a 10-day training camp in South Africa where they are also set to play some practice matches against some of that country's top-flight t...

by Grace Chingoma

Woman assaults neighbour over farm ownership

Published 7 hours ago | 360 Views
A woman reportedly teamed up with her three sons and severely assaulted their neighbour over ownership of a farm.Florence Munetsi allegedly ganged up with her sons Billy, Simon and Frank and bashed Cl...

by Ivan Zhakata

North Korea launches long-range rocket

Published 19 hours ago | 1716 Views
North Korea launched a long-range rocket on Sunday carrying what it called a satellite, but its neighbors and the United States denounced the launch as a missile test, conducted in defiance of U.N. s...

by Reuters

Double-decker bus blown up in London for 'The Foreigner'

Published 19 hours ago | 2870 Views
A double-decker bus has been blown up on a central London bridge as part of a stunt for an upcoming movie, BBC reported.Footage of the bus crossing Lambeth Bridge was captured by London Fire Brigade w...

by Staff Reporter

Cops undergo customer relations training

Published 21 hours ago | 1319 Views
The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) have embarked on a campaign to educate officers on good customer relations in an effort to improve service delivery.The training of members on professionalism and go...

by Staff reporter

Resettled farmers face eviction

Published 21 hours ago | 2674 Views
87 farmers who were allocated land under the fast track agrarian reform programme at Greenland farm in Beatrice are facing eviction14 years after being given land.The farmers, who have thriving maize ...

by Staff reporter

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