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  • Tsvangirai finds unlikely ally in Sikhala

    January 7, 2014 12:25 PM 58

    in News, Politics / on January 7, 2014 at 6:16 pm / Outspoken MDC99 leader Job Sikhala has become an unlikely ally of MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai by insisting he will overcome his current marital crisis. Despite their relations souring in the last few years, Sikhala had no kind words for people who are seemingly celebrating Tsvangirai’s marital

  • Karegeya's family decides to bury him in S.A.

    January 7, 2014 11:45 AM 116

    After the Ugandan Government took a position against burying former Rwandan intelligence chief Col. Patrick Karegeya in Uganda, his family has now opted to bury him in South Africa. The Government advised the family either to bury him in his home country Rwanda or the country where he was resident. In a statement issued by the foreign ministry, the Government

  • Sadness over Chavunduka's passing

    January 7, 2014 11:14 AM 66

    Eyewitness News | Today, 13:12 JOHANNESBURG – Well–known presenter Peter Ndoro has expressed his deep sadness over the death of former SABC news anchor Alyce Chavunduka. She died on Sunday at the age of 46 in Johannesburg after suffering an epileptic seizure. Arrangements for her funeral are yet to be finalised. Chavunduka was the first female black

  • Alien: Isolation described as survival horror on Xbox Store

    January 7, 2014 10:30 AM 88

    Game said to feature single-player and co-op play. Details of Creative Assembly's in-development Alien game--presumed to be called Alien: Isolation--have popped up on the Xbox Games Store. Notable information in the text is that the developer is describing the game as survival horror. Most modern entries in the series have veered closer to all-out action

  • Makuvise returns home – #Zimbabwe News Daily at your fingertips –

    January 7, 2014 8:18 AM 52

    HARARE - Senior career diplomats with distinguished service records are among ambassadors recalled by Government to Harare and they now wait to know if they will be reassigned when President Mugabe returns from his annual vacation later this month. Zimbabwe is also in the process of bringing back home embassy staff from South Sudan, which has been rocked

  • Top govt officials used to launder billions

    January 7, 2014 8:02 AM 47

    in News, Politics / on January 7, 2014 at 7:50 am / HARARE - Top government officials including ministers could be receiving millions of dollars in bribes from foreign businessmen who use local politicians to launder money from Zimbabwe, documents seen by the Daily News reveal. In email exchanges seen by this paper, a Harare-based businessman of Oman origin

  • Now with games added, is WeChat getting more interesting or just bloated?

    January 7, 2014 6:41 AM 87

    If you have been using WeChat lately, you probably noticed that the social messaging platform has added games. For some regions and countries at least. If you are in Zimbabwe for example you will notice there are at least 3 games now: one galactica kind of game called Pencil Pilot (which i really liked), 2Day’s Match, Craz3 Match and another called

  • Harare council workers threaten strike

    January 7, 2014 6:40 AM 41

    HARARE - Harare City Council refuse collection truck drivers and other supporting staff members have threatened to down tools if they are not paid their outstanding salaries. The workers came to Town House on Monday morning and indicated to the city fathers that they will go on strike if they are not paid their December salaries and annual bonuses

  • Alice Chavunduka dies in South Africa

    January 7, 2014 5:38 AM 176

    Former ZBC and SABC news anchor Alice Chavunduka who died in Johannesburg on Sunday, suffered an epileptic seizure in her home a week before her death. Her young sister Thandiwe Chavunduka Muluswela told SW Radio Africa on Monday that it’s believed her 46 year-old sister collapsed on New Year’s Eve. She was found unconscious and was rushed to hospital

  • NCA claims supporters attacked in Mbare

    January 7, 2014 4:52 AM 41

    THE new NCA party has claimed its members were attacked by ruling party Zanu PF activists in the volatile Harare suburb of Mbare at the weekend. The violence flare-up comes two weeks ahead of a council by-election which the party is contesting for the first time. “A group of NCA members putting up posters for the party candidate Takura Gadzira were attacked