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Selective application of the law and Chris Mutsvangwa’s grievance

Chris also suggested that his opponents were after President Mnangagwa’s position.
By Trevor Ncube May. 20, 2024
Battle for survival: Climate change takes a toll on Zim’s marginalised women and children
Battle for survival: Climate change takes a toll on Zim’s marginalised women and children
Lubanda is among villages in Binga that suffer persistent water shortages, owing to dearth of water infrastructure and sporadic borehole breakdowns.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 19, 2024
Zanu PF heavyweights implicated in shady council deals
The suspended Makoni RDC chairperson David Guy Mutasa and chief executive officer Edward Pise are Chinamasa’s known allies.
By Kenneth Nyangani May. 19, 2024
MPs caught in Zanu PF orgy of violence
Zanu PF supporters have been disrupting hearings into the Bill across the country in what appears to be a coordinated campaign to scuttle opposition to the proposed law.
By Everson Mushava May. 19, 2024
Troubled Zimra faces parly probe
Reports by the Auditor General have previously exposed endemic corruption, misappropriation of funds, violation of government laws and poor corporate governance within the Zimra.
By Sharon Buwerimwe May. 19, 2024
Grace Mugabe warms up to Mnangagwa
Grace spoke in a poised and articulate manner about the importance of the Museum of African Liberation
By Staff Reporter May. 19, 2024
In Conversation With Trevor: Thinking beyond the Zimbabwe crisis
SIVIO Institute executive director says Zimbabweans should start thinking beyond the country’s multifaceted crisis and take an active interest in governance issues.
By In Conversation With Trevor May. 19, 2024
Red Cross hailed for rescuing the vulnerable
Muchinguri Kashiri said the work of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent is increasingly becoming important given the recurrence of conflict and natural disasters the world over.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 19, 2024
Retraction and apology to Baines Imaging Group.
In light of new facts that have been disclosed and brought to our attention we cannot substantiate these claims.
By Editor May. 19, 2024
Retraction and apology to Baines Imaging Group
In light of new facts that have been disclosed and brought to our attention we cannot substantiate these claims.
By Editor May. 19, 2024
NRZ seeks to evict pastor from Harare land after US$2m investment
The company claimed the NRZ is using dirty tricks to push it out so that it can rent out the land to someone else.
By Staff Reporter May. 13, 2024
As El Nino bites, Zimbabwe takes aim at climate change with new law
With the disrupted weather patterns affecting Zimbabwean farmers across the country, Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared a national
By Lungelo Ndlovhu May. 12, 2024
Passion Java’s bid to outdo Makandiwa flops
A Harare-based church leader said he was surprised by Zanu PF active support for Java.
By Staff Reporter May. 12, 2024
News in depth: Zim’s deadly mix of anthrax, cholera and drought alarms World Health Organisation
Zimbabwe battles medieval diseases such as cholera and typhoid infecting citizens amid concerns that the government is clueless on how to deal with them.
By Garikai Tunhira May. 12, 2024
Growing concern over pandemics global treaty
Chikwati said his organisation was not alone in this call for strengthening the global treaty.
By Staff Reporter May. 12, 2024
CIO agent quizzed over minister’s alleged assault
Taurai Mavuto and Monica Mungwena prosecuted.
By Stephen Chadenga May. 12, 2024
Prominent Nyaradzo chaplain Kamupira dies
Funeral arrangements are yet to be disclosed.
By Blessed Mhlanga May. 12, 2024
Chinamasa, minister clash over council bosses’ suspension
In a new turn of events, Chinamasa wrote to the Local Government ministry protesting against the suspension of his allies.
By Kenneth Nyangani May. 12, 2024
Female rugby coach’s World Cup dream
For me it is the involvement with the different people that you get to meet there.
By In Conversation With Trevor May. 12, 2024
Mutsvangwa fumes over son’s arrest
Neville is also facing charges of contravening the Telecommunications Act after a Starlink router was recovered at his house.
By Mirriam Mangwaya May. 12, 2024
Zim drought worst in 40 years, says govt
The country also witnessed livestock deaths with 9,941 cattle succumbing to the harsh conditions at the onset of the season.
By Sharon Buwerimwe May. 12, 2024
Zanu PF bigwigs sweat over Chivayo donations
Chivayo has been dishing out cars and cash to Mnangagwa’s loyalists thanking them for showing allegiance to Zanu PF through song, dance and other activities.
By Kenneth Nyangani May. 5, 2024
Tshabangu pushes for inclusive government
Mnangagwa recently denied ambitions to extend his term, but he has done little to caution his supporters against saying that he will be in office beyond 2028.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 5, 2024
Teachers divided over job action.
The Fozeu have declared industrial action when schools open tomorrow to press the government to pay teachers a minimum wage of US$1 260.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 5, 2024
Despair as hunger bites hard with Binga folk resorting to wild fruits for survival
Nearly 4.25 million people (26% of the population) are projected to face food insecurity this year, with communities such as Binga being the most hit.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 5, 2024
Deadly measles outbreak opens can of worms
Affected communities were within catchment areas of Nyama and Lynx Mine clinics.
By Nhau Mangirazi May. 5, 2024
How Beitbridge became a hot election issue in SA
Nearly half of the 2,4 million foreigners living in South Africa are Zimbabweans, according to the latest census.
By Umberto Bacchi May. 5, 2024
Zim’s wheat farmers struggle to get payments
According to statistics, last season Zimbabwe had a bumper harvest of 2.3 million tonnes of maize against the yearly requirement of about 1.8 million tonnes.
By Own Correspondent May. 5, 2024