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Zimbabwe parliament building risked explosion - Speaker Mudenda

Published 28 mins ago | 202 Views
Parliament of Zimbabwe building in Harare was in danger of exploding after suspected fuel leakage was discovered, Bulawayo24.com can reveal.Also emergency exits of Parliament are locked and  they...

by Thobekile Zhou

It's not my mission to rescue unfortunate young ladies in Kuwait - Mudenda

Published 33 mins ago | 213 Views
Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda has made stunning revelations saying he did not lead a delegation to "rescue" trafficked women in Kuwait.Last week there where widespread media reports that Mudenda...

by Staff Reporter

West Hands Off Zimbabwe's Internal Affairs

Published 37 mins ago | 163 Views
Diplomat William M. Bellamy, you are a shameful westerner that does not subscribe to the fundamental democratic values held by your nation state, the US, which claims to be the custody of the most adv...

by Sparkleford Masiyambiri

Is South Africa doing enough to combat human trafficking?

Published 39 mins ago | 177 Views
Johannesburg - Thousands of people are trafficked across continents every year by people smugglers and organised crime syndicates.Human trafficking has become a billion dollar industry and governments...

by Thabo Kunene

ZimPF has nothing to offer to Zimbabweans

Published 42 mins ago | 170 Views
Little known Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) Chitungwiza co-ordinator, Marakia Bomani was imprudently quoted in the private press saying his opposition party is targeting the ruling party's strongholds ...

by Peacemaker Zano

ZANU PF has not failed workers

Published 45 mins ago | 167 Views
It is a fascinating paradox to say that ZANU PF has abandoned workers. In fact the ruling party has improved the working conditions of workers and their professional qualifications as compared to the ...

by Stewart Murewa

Govt struggle to kick-start school feeding project

Published 47 mins ago | 141 Views
The much talked about Government sponored National school feeding scheme scheduled to kick start this second term did not materialise.On paper the project is primarily aimed at reducing school drop-ou...

by Thobekile Zhou

'Hostile lynch mob' Bulawayo Mayor's blood

Published 52 mins ago | 272 Views
Bulawayo Mayor Martin Moyo has said a "hostile lynch mob bayed" for his blood over the Egodini Mall project and sale of commercial Ascot stands to his deputy, Gift Banda.Moyo said council gave a South...

by Thobekile Zhou

BCC officials embark on investment and twinning trip to China

Published 55 mins ago | 179 Views
Five top Bulawayo City Council officials are set to travel to China for an investment promotion and twinning trip.Government, through the office of the Minister of State for Provincial Affairs, Bulawa...

by Thobekile Zhou

BCC deny War Vets ministry land

Published 58 mins ago | 232 Views
Bulawayo City Council has declined to offer War Veterans, War Collaborators, Ex Political Detainees and Restrictees ministry land in Pumula South to build a memorial hospital.Councillors said land for...

by Thobekile Zhou

Zimbabwe enforces usage of South African Rand

Published 2 hours ago | 1702 Views
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has started enforcing usage of the South African rand in the country's economy to offset cash shortages that have arisen out of the massive adoption of the United States d...

by Staff reporter

Charambas to unleash new gospel videos

Published 2 hours ago | 340 Views
Gospel music star Charles Charamba says The Fishers of Men will release new videos before the end of the year.Charamba, in the company of his equally-celebrated wife Olivia, gave the undertaking on th...

by Staff reporter

'Mnangagwa is unelectable'

Published 2 hours ago | 831 Views
The boycott by workers of the government-organised Workers' Day rally in Harare on Monday, at which embattled Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa was the guest of honour, has opened the Midlands godfath...

by Staff reporter

MDC-T sends confusing signals, upholds poll boycott stance

Published 2 hours ago | 416 Views
Morgan Tsvangirai's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) says it will continue boycotting all elections until sticking points have been resolved and far-reaching electoral reforms enacted.T...

by Staff reporter

Demo against national pledge banned

Published 2 hours ago | 554 Views
Police here banned the first anti-national pledge demonstration by the Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) yesterday, saying it had not been sanctioned by authorities and therefore, illegal.Anti-riot polic...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa's wife lands top Pan African Parly post

Published 3 hours ago | 621 Views
Chirumhanzu-Zibagwe member of the National Assembly Auxilia Mnangagwa has been appointed chairperson of the Southern Region Caucus at the ongoing 2nd Ordinary Session of the 4th Pan African Parliament...

by Staff reporter

Rueben Barwe's wife dies

Published 3 hours ago | 1855 Views
The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation has paid its condolences to the Barwe family following the death of Mrs Ellen Barwe, the wife of ZBC's chief correspondent Rueben Barwe on Tuesday.Mrs Barwe succu...

by Staff reporter

Mugabe's ex-teacher dies

Published 3 hours ago | 1193 Views
President Robert Mugabe's former teacher Sekuru Oscar Munyoro Katsukunya has died.According to his national identification card, Sekuru Katsukunya was born on November 12, 1907 making him 108-years-ol...

by Staff reporter

RBZ sets withdrawal limits

Published 3 hours ago | 1338 Views
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has introduced new measures to ease cash challenges and stabilising the economy.Reserve  Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya told the media that new measures w...

by Staff reporter

Harare councillor dies

Published 8 hours ago | 2858 Views
The Harare Cuity Council has been plunged into mourning following the death of ward 30 Glen View Councillor Farai Muzhinyi.H-Metro reported that Acting Council's corporate communications officer Mic...

by Staff Reporter

Muna Hacha Maive Nei? The first speculative fiction novel in ChiShona re-published.

Published 9 hours ago | 659 Views
A United Kingdom based Zimbabwean author Masimba Musodza, five years after publishing MunaHacha Maive Nei? has again issued the first ever science-fiction novel in ChiShona, and the first novel in tha...

by Stephen Jakes

True Christians created to rule

Published 9 hours ago | 1221 Views
For years now I have been asking myself critical questions about Christianity and politics. In my search for answers I have askedpeople, googled and conducted opinion polls ­ but every time, I came o...

by Khumbulani Maphosa

Zim Ministers in a magical economic double act to half civil servants wage bill - drum roll

Published 12 hours ago | 1724 Views
We have a government that has promised to reduce by half the civil servant wage bill, goggling up an unsustainable 83% of collected revenue, on the one hand. On the other hand the same regime maintain...

by Patrick Guramatunhu

Female cop begs colleague to wear condom before being raped

Published 14 hours ago | 9891 Views
A female police officer stationed at Ross Camp in Bulawayo was allegedly raped by a collegue after she turned down his love proposal.The court heard that the woman begged her victim to wear a condom w...

by Staff rerporter

Mphoko, Mnangagwa fight over Joshua Nkomo

Published 14 hours ago | 6052 Views
VICE-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his counterpart Phelekezela Mphoko where tangled in a power fight last week during the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo.The fight at Zanu PF stand wa...

by Staff reporter

Watercolor artist to showcase artwork at Zim Achievers

Published 14 hours ago | 1078 Views
The Zimbabwe Achievers Awards(ZAA) organisers have announced that renowned South African artist Ian Warden will exhibit his art at the awards ceremony on Saturday 7th May in London.Part of the proceed...

by Tidi Kwidini

Bosso top striker dragged into match-fixing scandal

Published 14 hours ago | 3540 Views
HIGHLANDERS top striker Knox Mutizwa  has been roped into the damaging match- fixing scandal.Zifa lawyers  want to us Mutizwa as a witness.He travelled to Harare for interveiws.It was, howev...

by Sports writer

Addressing people's anger is the answer, not muzzling the media

Published 14 hours ago | 1177 Views
As the Zimbabwean government seeks to further muzzle the media, including social media, in its fruitless efforts to stifle public dissent, it never ceases to baffle me as how those in power think this...

by Tendai Ruben Mbofana

Obscure multi-currency usage blamed for cash shortages -RBZ

Published 14 hours ago | 2060 Views
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe boss John Mangudya has blamed current cash shortages to people  predominantly using USD for almost all transactions.The USD has substituted all the other currencies s...

by Staff reporter

Queen Elizabeth's mother visited disputed top Mugabe's aide farm

Published 14 hours ago | 3589 Views
COLOGNE- Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, visited the disputed lucrative Centenary Farm in Figtree, owned by white Zimbabwean commercial farmer, Dave Connolly, which has now been seized and officiall...

by Itai Mushekwe

MP Cross calls for alignment of 400 Acts to new constitution - to what end and purpose!

Published 15 hours ago | 882 Views
MDC MP, Eddie Cross call on the Zanu PF government to complete the task of aligning 400 existing laws with the new 2013 constitution. “The new Constitution was adopted by a massive majority of the p...

by Wilbert Mukori

First Sci-fi novel in Shona relaunched

Published 15 hours ago | 708 Views
Muna Hacha Maive Nei? The first speculative fiction novel in ChiShona re-published. Five years after publishing MunaHacha Maive Nei?, Masimba Musodza has issued again the first ever science-fiction no...

by Belontos Books

The Truth: Christians created to rule

Published 15 hours ago | 1043 Views
For years now I have been asking myself critical questions about Christianity and politics. In my search for answers I have asked people, googled and conducted opinion polls – but every time I came ...

by Khumbulani Maphosa

Zim Ministers in a magical economic double act to half civil servants wage bill - drum roll

Published 15 hours ago | 1532 Views
We have a government that has promised to reduce by half the civil servant wage bill, goggling up an unsustainable 83% of collected revenue, on the one hand. On the other hand the same regime maintain...

by Patrick Guramatunhu

Tsholotsho ghost haunts Mnangagwa

Published 15 hours ago | 2662 Views
CHIREDZI - Former Zimbabwe Sugar Milling Industry Workers' Union (ZISMIWU) secretary-general Admore Hwarare launched a scathing attack on Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa for allegedly failing to def...

by Staff reporter

'Mugabe must retire'

Published 15 hours ago | 1977 Views
FORMER Zanu-PF Hurungwe West MP Temba Mliswa has urged President Robert Mugabe to retire, saying he has failed to run the country and should make way for a younger and more competent leader.Mliswa, wh...

by Staff reporter

'Mnangagwa sabotaged'

Published 15 hours ago | 1857 Views
ZANU-PF factional fights have been blamed for the embarrassingly low turn-out at the government-sponsored Workers' Day commemorations addressed by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa at Rufaro Stadium o...

by Staff reporter

Man accuses wife of 'locking' his penis

Published 15 hours ago | 2260 Views
A Harare man, Trymore Mangeza, has accused his wife of two years of using juju to "lock" his manhood in a bid to stop him from having extra-marital sex.Mangeza told a Civil Court on Tuesay while respo...

by Staff reporter

Mnangagwa, Mphoko cause scene at ZITF

Published 15 hours ago | 2910 Views
VICE-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his counterpart Phelekezela Mphoko took turns to order the removal of various paraphernalia from a stand exhibiting national hero and late Vice-President Joshua N...

by Staff reporter

Lions stalk Bikita village

Published 15 hours ago | 1415 Views
A PRIDE of lions is wreaking havoc in Bikita's Mashoko area, targeting villagers' livestock, with three head of cattle and 11 goats having been killed so far.Masvingo police spokesman Inspector Charit...

by Walter Mswazie

Ex-Ingwebu workers camp outside premises

Published 15 hours ago | 990 Views
FORMER Ingwebu Breweries' workers have camped outside the company's Belmont premises to press management into paying them money they claim is owed to them in unpaid salaries and packages.The group of ...

by Bianca Mlilo

National pledge: The hallmark of patriotism

Published 15 hours ago | 1068 Views
WHAT is clear is that most nations have national pledges of sorts.Whether these should be compulsory is another thing. Right now Zimbabwe is in a polarised State that to some, anything introduced by t...

by Nick Mangwana

MDC-T march: attempt at covering up Bulawayo rot

Published 15 hours ago | 1208 Views
THE planned MDC-T march in Bulawayo will not turn around the troubled party's fortunes in the city with the Bulawayo City Council, its model of governance, presently under pressure over allegations of...

by Nduduzo Tshuma

Dokora wants slice of schools building fund

Published 15 hours ago | 1187 Views
PRIMARY and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus Dokora has proposed that the government gets a share of the building fund from schools, saying the money would be used to create a pool for infrastruct...

by Leonard Ncube

Commissioning of new-look Victoria Falls airport this month

Published 15 hours ago | 876 Views
THE new-look Victoria Falls International Airport will be commissioned this month with $150 million upgrade works nearing completion, the Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development, Joram G...

by Bianca Mlilo

'Zimbabwe lags behind in mining technology'

Published 15 hours ago | 369 Views
MINES and Mining Development Deputy Minister Fred Moyo says the country is lagging behind in terms of gold production per person as compared to other countries in the region.He said the country was pr...

by Staff reporter

Sikhonjwa climbing the music ladder

Published 15 hours ago | 689 Views
TAKING his cue from some of the country's erstwhile comedians-cum-musicians like late greats Safirio Madzikatire and Paul Matavire, Bulawayo funnyman and musician Babongile Sikhonjwa is slowly climbin...

by Bruce Ndlovu

National Pledge gets mixed response

Published 15 hours ago | 804 Views
THERE was a mixed response on the inaugural National Pledge recital yesterday with government schools reciting it while most private schools did not embrace it. At government schools, some parents bro...

by Staff Reporters

Bonus joy for teachers

Published 15 hours ago | 1998 Views
THE government has paid teachers their 2015 bonuses, ending months of anxiety among the largest group of professionals on the government's payroll. In February, treasury announced pay dates for all ci...

by Nqobile Tshili

India to tour Zimbabwe

Published 15 hours ago | 674 Views
CRICKET starved fans are in for a treat when powerhouse India tour Zimbabwe for three One Day Internationals (ODIs) and three Twenty20 matches next month. However, only Harare-based cricket lovers wil...

by Ricky Zililo

Amazulu entice Joey Antipas

Published 15 hours ago | 1027 Views
CHICKEN Inn coach Joey Antipas says he has been offered a lucrative deal by former South African Premiership side AmaZulu and is ready to make a huge step in his career and join the Durban-based side ...

by Grace Chingoma

Angry residents burns thugs to death

Published 15 hours ago | 3239 Views
THE residents claimed the two men were known thugs who robbed locals at knife or gunpoint.daily Sun reported that so when they allegedly caught them breaking into a house at Vlei in Sweet Home Farm, N...

by Staff Reporter

Tendayi Darikwa's finest hour

Published 15 hours ago | 1462 Views
ZIMBABWE will have a footballer in the glitzy world of the English Premiership next season, for the first time in five years, after Tendayi Darikwa's Burnley stormed back into the world's richest, and...

by Robson Sharuko

National Pledge: 'Christian' outrage unjustified

Published 15 hours ago | 930 Views
The livid reactions that have preceded the introduction of the official National Schools Pledge on May 3, 2016 affords a worrying and frightening glimpse into possible religious intolerance and extrem...

by Gwinyai Mutongi

Tsvangirai, Mliswa misleading youths

Published 15 hours ago | 670 Views
Opposition political parties in the country, having failed to convince enough of the older generation of Zimbabweans to secure electoral victory, are increasingly targeting the excitable youth constit...

by Nicole Hondo

MDC-T, this is our city too!

Published 15 hours ago | 705 Views
It does not take much talent, less so the proverbial mastery of the science of robotics, to note that the state of Harare City Council and many other urban councils has deteriorated rapidly since the ...

by Staff writer

Couple in court over child's death

Published 15 hours ago | 938 Views
A Harare couple on Monday appeared in court for neglecting their three-year-old child who died from injuries he sustained after being bitten by their employer's dogs. It is alleged that the couple fai...

by Prosper Dembedza

British connived with Mugabe to cheat Nkomo- Mthwakazi Republic Party

Published 15 hours ago | 1504 Views
Mthwakazi Republic Party President Mqondisi Moyo has claimed that President Robert Mugabe and the British connived to cheat then PF Zapu leader Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo in the 1980 elections.Moyo was spea...

by Stephen Jakes

Man demands $400 upkeep from ex-wife

Published 15 hours ago | 854 Views
A self-employed Harare man is demanding $400 from his ex-wife for the upkeep of their four minor children who are in his custody. The man, David Kuvheya, yesterday accused his former wife, Bridget Chi...

by Tedious Manyepo

Woman bashed for snooping on hubby's phone

Published 15 hours ago | 985 Views
A Harare man assaulted his wife for accessing his mobile phone and going through his messages without his permission while he was asleep. Paul Nyambanyo (52) of Kambuzuma arrived home late and his wif...

by Tendai Rupapa

ZLHR joins press in celebrating Press Freedom Day

Published 15 hours ago | 468 Views
ZIMBABWE Lawyers For Human Rights (ZLHR) has said it  joins all supporters of media freedom in commemorating World Press Freedom Day on 3 May 2016 at a time when media practitioners and ordinary ...

by Stephen Jakes

Zanu-PF Politburo meets tomorrow

Published 15 hours ago | 819 Views
The Zanu-PF Politburo meets in Harare tomorrow amid reports that discussions will centre on the economy and issues affecting the party. Zanu-PF Secretary for Administration Ignatius Chombo confirmed t...

by Staff Reporter

Zanu-PF urged to connect with the people

Published 15 hours ago | 528 Views
Ruling parties like Zanu-PF must maintain discipline and always be connected to the people if they want to remain in power and be relevant, a Chinese official has said. The deputy director-general for...

by Lovemore Chikova

Nation crying for Mugabe's death- ZimFirst leader

Published 15 hours ago | 2286 Views
Zimbabwe First leader Maxwell Shumba has claimed that the Zimbabweans have ever cried and sometime asked when the President Robert Mugabe will die because they have suffered for too long.In his statem...

by Stephen Jakes

Mushore indaba deferred - again

Published 15 hours ago | 541 Views
The crunch Harare City Council special meeting, which was expected to send former NMB chief executive Mr James Mushore packing, after the city jumped the gun in appointing him as its new town clerk, h...

by Innocent Ruwende

Massive water cuts loom in Harare

Published 15 hours ago | 670 Views
Harare  City council has warned residents of complete water shutdown between Friday and Monday next week.The municipality says Morton Jaffray Water Treatment Plant is undergoing repair of valves ...

by Staff Reporter

Mudenda reprimands Kereke

Published 15 hours ago | 863 Views
The Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda yesterday reprimanded Bikita West Member of the National Assembly Dr Munyaradzi Kereke for deviating from findings of a portfolio committee ...

by Zvamaida Murwira

Unpaid Green Fuel employees face

Published 15 hours ago | 638 Views
Workers at Chisumbanje ethanol plant, Green Fuel, said they were languishing in abject poverty after going for over 6 months without salaries.The workers claimed that a majority of them last received ...

by Staff Reporter

Unpaid Green Fuel employees face

Published 15 hours ago | 584 Views
Workers at Chisumbanje ethanol plant, Green Fuel, said they were languishing in abject poverty after going for over 6 months without salaries.The workers claimed that a majority of them last received ...

by Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe minister in hospitals’ SOS

Published 15 hours ago | 766 Views
The Ministry of Health and Child Care is appealing for urgent release of funds from the Ministry of Finance for the procurement of drugs and other sundries amid revelations that public health institut...

by Paidamoyo Chipunza

National Pledge officially launched

Published 15 hours ago | 643 Views
Government yesterday defended the national Pledge arguing that the wording was extracted from the preamble of the national Constitution which was overwhelmingly adopted by millions of Zimbabweans duri...

by Staff Reporters

Vet officer fired for fraud

Published 15 hours ago | 1153 Views
The labour court has upheld the dismissal of a veterinary extension assistant for fraud.Labour Court judge Justice Muzofa upheld the Public Service Commission decision to dismiss the officer Matsina f...

by Staff Reporter

We are sick and tired of thieves in Nketa

Published 20 hours ago | 1440 Views
04/05/2016, 01:45 - ‪+263 77 *** ****: hallo byo24. We are sick and tired of thieves in our neighborhood of Nketa. These criminals are victimising residents when they are fast asleep. They are robbi...

by Nketa Resident

Pupils at Sinoia Primary School recite the national pledge

Published 22 hours ago | 1959 Views
Pupils at Sinoia Primary School recite the national pledge at their morning assembly during the opening of school today....

by Staff Reporter

Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur Davis, dies at 69

Published 21 hours ago | 2077 Views
Afeni Shakur Davis, the mother of one of hip-hop's most seminal and iconic figures, has died at age 69, the Marin County, California, sheriff's office said Tuesday.Though she is best known as Tupac S...

by Staff Reporter

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Zimbabwe parliament building risked explosion - Speaker Mudenda - Parl...

by Thobekile Zhou | 04 May 2016 | 202 Views

West Hands Off Zimbabwe's Internal Affairs - Diplomat William M. Bella...

by Sparkleford Masiyambiri | 04 May 2016 | 163 Views

ZimPF has nothing to offer to Zimbabweans - Little known Zimbabwe Peop...

by Peacemaker Zano | 04 May 2016 | 170 Views

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by Stewart Murewa | 04 May 2016 | 167 Views

Govt struggle to kick-start school feeding project - The much talked a...

by Thobekile Zhou | 04 May 2016 | 141 Views

'Hostile lynch mob' Bulawayo Mayor's blood

by Thobekile Zhou | 04 May 2016 | 272 Views

BCC officials embark on investment and twinning trip to China - Five t...

by Thobekile Zhou | 04 May 2016 | 179 Views

BCC deny War Vets ministry land - Bulawayo City Council has declined t...

by Thobekile Zhou | 04 May 2016 | 232 Views

Zimbabwe enforces usage of South African Rand - The Reserve Bank of Zi...

by Staff reporter | 04 May 2016 | 1702 Views

'Mnangagwa is unelectable' - The boycott by workers of the government-...

by Staff reporter | 04 May 2016 | 831 Views

MDC-T sends confusing signals, upholds poll boycott stance - Morgan Ts...

by Staff reporter | 04 May 2016 | 416 Views

Demo against national pledge banned - Police here banned the first ant...

by Staff reporter | 04 May 2016 | 554 Views

Mnangagwa's wife lands top Pan African Parly post - Chirumhanzu-Zibagw...

by Staff reporter | 04 May 2016 | 621 Views

Rueben Barwe's wife dies - The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation has p...

by Staff reporter | 04 May 2016 | 1855 Views

Mugabe's ex-teacher dies

by Staff reporter | 04 May 2016 | 1193 Views

RBZ sets withdrawal limits - The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has introduc...

by Staff reporter | 04 May 2016 | 1338 Views

Harare councillor dies

by Staff Reporter | 04 May 2016 | 2858 Views

True Christians created to rule

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Female cop begs colleague to wear condom before being raped - A female...

by Staff rerporter | 04 May 2016 | 9891 Views

Mphoko, Mnangagwa fight over Joshua Nkomo

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Watercolor artist to showcase artwork at Zim Achievers

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Bosso top striker dragged into match-fixing scandal - HIGHLANDERS top ...

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Addressing people's anger is the answer, not muzzling the media - As t...

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MP Cross calls for alignment of 400 Acts to new constitution - to what...

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First Sci-fi novel in Shona relaunched - Muna Hacha Maive Nei? The fir...

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