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  • ZRP break MDC-T youths demo, 5 detained

    July 22, 2017 4:09 PM

    GWERU: Police on Saturday crushed an MDC-T youths’ demonstration where protesters were demanding reforms ahead of the 2018 general election amid reports that more than five youths were arrested. The demonstrators demanded that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) be an independent body conducting “impartial and transparent elections." The youths also demanded

  • Mugabe Opens Up On Succession, Urges Mnangagwa To Learn From Chipanga

    July 22, 2017 4:07 PM

    President Robert Mugabe railed against Zanu PF functionaries who are fomenting divisions and plotting to dethrone him from power despite calls for him to continue from the two critical wings of the ruling party, namely the women and youth leagues. With Mugabe, 93, now showing signs of tiring, Zanu PF has been sharply divided into two antagonistic camps

  • Your life is the life of Christ

    July 22, 2017 3:37 PM

    THE Grace of God preaches salvation which gives us eternal life, that is, life existing forever. This thread always runs through instalments in this column since 2010. We are saved from death to life. The life of the believer is the life of Christ. Put more aptly Christ lives His life in the believer. It takes knowledge of the believer to enjoy it to the full. Salvation

  • Zim human rights situation deteriorates: UK

    July 22, 2017 3:18 PM

    HARARE - The United Kingdom (UK) has released a report in which it says the human rights situation in Zimbabwe has deteriorated on the back of violations by security agents. In its July 2017 global report titled Human Rights and Democracy the UK grouped Zimbabwe together with Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia, South Sudan, Central African

  • Messenger of court storms funeral

    July 22, 2017 2:28 PM

    There was commotion in Vainona after the messenger of court stormed a funeral attaching property as the debtor’s body lay in state at his home. Genius Chigwada, 63, died on July 17 and he was owing a certain local bank money amounting to US$41 000. Chigwada’s relative, Munodei told H-Metro that Genius was given a loan by a local bank before he died and it was for farming

  • Zapu wants 2018 elections postponed

    July 22, 2017 1:45 PM

    Zapu president Dumiso Dabengwa has called for the postponement of the 2018 elections claiming the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) was not yet ready to conduct a credible poll. Dabengwa told a news conference here yesterday that the opposition must not be rushed into an election that they will lose. “Zapu’s investigations into the country’s readiness

  • Zimbabwean born researcher selected to give TED Talk in Tanzania

    July 22, 2017 1:25 PM

    UK-based Zimbabwean design researcher Natsai Audrey Chieza has been announced as one of the speakers at the TEDGlobal event set for Arusha Tanzania from 27 to 31 August 2017, according to a statement issued by Chieza is the founder and creative director of Faber Futures. Faber Futures is a creative R&D studio that conceptualises, prototypes

  • Man, ex-wife to share diamond riches

    July 22, 2017 11:12 AM 1

    A MUTARE diamond dealer, who made rich pickings at the height of diamond mining in Chiadzwa and acquired a fleet of vehicles and a house in a leafy suburb, lost his bid to send his erstwhile wife away empty-handed. In a typical "rags to riches" case, Mr Garikai Sigauke and Ms Portia Mhurushomana moved out of a single rented room in a high-density area to a "mansion"

  • Bosso founding player dies

    July 22, 2017 10:45 AM 1

    ONE of the founding Highlanders players Wilfred Randen has died. He died on Tuesday aged 98. Randen played for Highlanders as a centre forward two years after its inception in 1926 when it was still known as Lions. He started as a ball boy before he eventually played for the team in 1928. Family spokesperson and daughter Shirley Randen said her father's

  • 'She attacked me with a pot'

    July 22, 2017 10:33 AM 2

    A disgruntled Stoneridge man has approached the Harare civil magistrates' court after his abusive former wife attacked him with a pot. Charles Gurende also revealed that his former wife, Lydia Tapera left their matrimonial home and she is now staying with her new boyfriend in the same neighbourhood. "Your Worship, she left our matrimonial house, she is now staying