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Mnangagwa exposes Muchinguri-Kashiri lie over Kembo Mohadi’s illness
'The chairperson has said we sent him on assignment, no, that’s not correct'
Judge rejects magistrate’s bid to reverse live streaming of Biti trial
The case has raised questions about external interference in court proceedings
Doctors using condoms as medical gloves, union claims as pressure piles on government
'Doctors are asking, until when practising bush medicine?'
Motlanthe Commission report on August 1 massacre published next week: Mnangagwa
'I received the report, which we are looking into with my deputies'
Chief Charumbira defies court again as he declares chiefs’ support for Zanu PF
'It’s uneducated and uncontrolled arrogance that precedes a fall'
Bulawayo, In Your Area, Mat South, News, Politics
Fresh health fears for Mohadi after he misses Mnangagwa airport welcome
The annual Zanu PF conference is taking place in Mohadi's province at Mzingwane High School in Esigodini...
Former Bulawayo deputy mayor Gift Banda arrested over lease granted to daughter
Banda charged with criminal abuse of duty as a public officer or alternatively fraud and released on $100 bail
Mat South, News
Chivayo trial faces collapse as High Court rules ZPC breached $200m contract
Judge ordered ZPC to engage Intratrek and discuss project’s implementation, or alternatively, pay $25m damages
RBZ directors cleared in probe into 'corrupt activities and illicit currency dealings'
'The RBZ would thus like to advise the public that the quartet has been accordingly absolved of any wrongdoing'
Maziwisa, Pambuka freed on bail after appealing conviction and sentence
'You might have made an error or might have been a little harsh in sentencing them'
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Happening Now: Breaking news from around Zimbabwe (December 14, 2018)
Follow our live blog for all the major developing news stories
Air Zimbabwe trolls Fastjet as budget airline faces threat of insolvency
Fastjet says $6.4 million of its $6.8 million cash balance is restricted cash held inside Zimbabwe
Slain lawyer's family, activists march for justice in Gweru as 'killer' held under house arrest
Musonza is reported to be currently under house arrest at his residence at the Josiah Tungamirai Airbase
Mnangagwa to oppose anti-Chamisa constitutional amendment: minister
'Instead, his policies and actions will do the bidding for his next term'
Critical NGOs threatened with closure by Mnangagwa government
'The government would not hesitate to withdraw their registration certificates'
Education, Health, News
Ministers shoot down civil servants demands to be paid in United States dollars
The doctors have accused the government of pursuing 'media propaganda' and lacking urgency
Chief prosecutor Michael Reza in hot water after labelling Biti magistrate 'very stupid'
The magistrate said she was referring the matter to the High Court for guidance
Zanu PF Women's League pushes anti-Chamisa constitutional amendment
The resolution will now be up for discussion at the Zanu PF conference to be attended by about 3,000 delegates
Former Energy Minister Samuel Undenge acquitted in $5,6m Chivayo payout
Most of the witnesses appeared to be on a 'smear campaign' against Undenge without providing credible evidence
Harare, In Your Area, News
Women march against abuse at commuter omnibus ranks in Harare
'According to section 22 of the constitution, everyone has the right to move freely'
In Your Area, Midlands, News
Glow Petroleum owner donates $20k to Gweru Mayor's Christmas Cheer Fund
TM Group, through its subsidiary, the Zimbabwe General Medical Aid Fund, pledged to build a hospital worth $500k
Business, Companies, Mining
Van Hoogstraten says government shareholding in Hwange 'a gift'
'The people have definitely not benefited, the country has not benefitted'
Two more companies to mine diamonds in Zimbabwe, minister says
London-listed Vast Resources and Botswana Diamonds have previously said they are planning to mine diamonds in Marange
Gold, platinum miners to retain 55 percent of earnings in US dollars
'We have made a decision... by making sure we don’t kill the goose that lays the golden egg'
Business, Markets & Finance
Currency policy up in smoke as Zimra demands tax in forex
'Either bond notes and RTGS bank balances are equivalent to USD or they are not'
Preaching austerity at home, Zimbabwe sends 30 officials to Belgium conference
'Most governments are represented by their embassy staff in Brussels or around Europe'
Inflation races to 20.85 percent, highest since 2008
'Some businesses are now demanding cash U.S. dollars only and have raised prices by more than three times'
Zimbabwe set to announce winning bidders for ZMDC mines
ZMDC will either sell outright, or seek joint ventures, for the mines
South African firm tables Zimbabwe commodity bailout
'African Medallion Group is in a position to assist with the procurement and delivery of fuel, cement, cooking oil'
Business, Companies, In Your Area, Mat North, Mining
Troubled Hwange Colliery goes into administration
Hwange narrowed its loss position by 51 percent to $43.84 million in 2017 compared to $89.91 million the previous year
RioZim shuts down 3 gold mines over forex shortages
'As you will agree, this disruption is very harmful to us all that is our employees, our creditors, the government of Zimbabwe'
Zimbabwe's budget deficit to hit 'unsustainable' 11.1 percent: official
'The government planned to reduce spending by cutting its wage bill by $330 million between 2019 and 2020'
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ZTA cancels Harare International Festival over poor economy
'Without adequate resources and a conducive environment, it would be a disservice to the Harare International Carnival brand'
Culture, Harare, Life & Style
Village in the city tries to save Zimbabwe traditions
'There are many things children of today don’t know about like the fact that a child should kneel when greeting elders'
Life & Style, Travel
Zimbabwe named 3rd best country to visit in 2019
Zimbabwe was one of only two African countries in the top 10
Culture, Food, Life & Style
A drinker's guide to surviving beer shortage in Zimbabwe
I proffer this advice with a heavy heart. But if you can’t get beer, not even Eagle, what’s the point?
Life & Style, Love & Sex
Ghosting and the hurt of not knowing why your relationship ended
Anyone who’s been ghosted knows how painful it can be. It leaves no option for closure for the ghostee
Culture, Life & Style, Love & Sex
Gay teacher's confession and child sexual grooming: it's a very thin line
'There's a thin line between exposing a child to the subject of sex so as to assist them and doing it to desensitize them'
Life & Style, Travel
Victoria Falls rainforest to open into the night 'to improve visitor experience'
The new development means extra costs for tour operators as they have to acquire a separate operating licence
Life & Style, Love & Sex
Unhappy in your marriage? Here's why you should try divorce
'Many have lived for years with a hope and expectation that things will improve in their marriage'
Love & Sex, News
Father, daughter jailed 54 months for incest
'Pikitai failed to pay the money which angered Panashe, who reported rape against him on July 11'
Culture, Life & Style
It's not okay to touch non-consenting women inappropriately
'At some point we have to hold molesters accountable. We cannot allow people to break little girls and women under our watch'
Culture, Life & Style
The Diaspora and glamorisation of poverty
Sometimes I wonder whether glamorising their poor backgrounds is a way to mask their shame
Matthew Harrington's testimony to the US Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee
'It is clear that Zimbabwe has a long way to go – and requires profound political and economic reforms'
Testimony by Todd Moss to the US Senate Foreign Relations Sub-Committee on Africa
'The United States can also be far more aggressive in our support for Zimbabwe’s beleaguered civil society'
Testimony by Joe Mutizwa to the US Senate Foreign Relations Sub-Committee
'As Zimbabwe’s private sector we are fully supportive of the reform programmes embarked upon by our government'
One year after the coup, Zimbabweans worse off under Mnangagwa
It is no wonder that the new battle cry is for 'Operation Restore People’s Livelihoods'
Jonathan Moyo's reflections one year after coup that ousted Mugabe
'As a political scientist, I take the locus classicus view that everyone is a zoon politikon'
Zimbabwe as a new gateway into Africa
'There are many reasons why Zimbabwe could be a successful gateway into Africa, through the Offshore Centre'
How long can business absorb Zimbabwe's command price controls?
'It’s not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we expect our dinner, but their regard to their own interest'
Mnangagwa has no plan to fix Zimbabwe's economy
The new administration has naturally resorted to printing its own faux money
Zimbabwe must follow the Singapore model
'Zimbabwe remains in an economic ditch and the storm clouds are gathering'
Zimbabwe's expectations fall, even as officials oversell preliminary steps
Zimbabwean officials keep overselling small and preliminary steps, undermining their own credibility
The Zimbabwe we want must be built around strong institutions
Zimbabwean institutions must stand for what is legal, what is just and constitutional
Donel Mangena arrives in Sanya, China, to open Miss World 2018
Born to Zimbabwean parents, Donel was coached on The Voice by singer will.i.am and finished as runner-up
Ginimbi gushes at special birthday present from Frank Buyanga
The plaque was made by the Cape Town-based Pagliari Group master engravers and craftsmen
ProVerb, Liesl call time on relationship over his kids
Liesl, who won Miss South Africa in 2015, told Sunday Sun: “Yes it’s true, but please don’t write this”
Kanye West, Kim Kardashian meet Uganda's Museveni, gift him sneakers
Kanye West announced his trip to Africa abruptly last week, where he said he was going to complete his next album
Pokello challenges divorce as Elikem shows off engagement ring
'I’m definitely not making a mistake on the next one. The right one'
Radio, Showbiz, TV
Mtukudzi, Black Mambazo release Neria remake video
The video was shot in picturesque KwaZulu Natal with the sea forming a perfect backdrop
Shoko Festival goes ahead after shaking off cholera fears
'It’s going to be an epic event with hilarious comedy, amazing musical collaborations and really good vibes'
EU film festival returns to Bulawayo, 11 films to be shown
'We are thrilled to bring this Festival back to Bulawayo, and to have the City of Bulawayo on board as our new partner'
22-year-old lawyer Tafadzwa Jaricha wins Miss Tourism Zimbabwe
The 2015 Miss University of Zimbabwe winner graduated last year with an LLB Honours Degree
Sniper Storm calls in cops after pregnant girlfriend 'steals' his whisky
She denies the charges, telling the court that Chirisa wants to drive her away from his house
Pictures: Belinda Potts crowned Miss World Zimbabwe
The queen went home $20,000 richer along with a ticket to China and a vehicle to top it all off
South Africa beat Zimbabwe in penalty shoot-out to win COSAFA Under 20 final
An agonising end to a tournament that promised so much for Bekithemba Ndlovu's men
Graeme Cremer returns from 4-month layoff, eyes glory with Rhinos
'We're desperate to win a trophy this year, and with this great start we can hopefully achieve something good this season'
Late bloomer Chinyengetere reflects on a career built on a miracle
The late bloomer knows he has won his last individual accolade on the domestic scene
Ngezi Platinum look to Errol Akbay as they plot 2019 title push
The former Highlanders coach has been lined up to replace Tonderai Ndiraya, who was sacked in October
Cameroon stripped as hosts of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations finals
The 2019 event is scheduled for June 15 to July 13, a change from its traditional January-February slot
Dynamos' year of ignominy ends without player in Soccer Star of the Year best 11
After a season of total dominance by FC Platinum, it was no surprise that they would boss the individual accolades
Rusere first Zimbabwean umpire to stand in global tournament final
Rusere started umpiring in Zimbabwe's national league club competition in 2006
Wasteful Zimbabwe pay the price as qualification goes into final match
Despite the defeat, Zimbabwe stay top of Group G ahead of Liberia who now have seven points
Bangladesh level series with 218-run victory over Zimbabwe
'Having been in battles like this really hardens you, and you come out the better for it'
Sports Minister Kirsty Coventry back in the pool with Mutare kids
'I don’t know if the kids or the coaches love it more!'
Kirsty Coventry forced to call Masakadza in Twitter race storm
Others asked if she had found time to call players from the all-black Zimbabwe national football team
Apple said to miss 2019 rapid 5G takeoff, sitting out tech shift
The delay may make it easier for rivals like Samsung Electronics Co. to win over consumers to phones with 5G networks
Dubai police hoverbikes show glimpse into future of policing
'It does have some pretty major limitations, with the max speed being capped out at 96 km\h'
Apple, Samsung hit with huge fines for slowing phones
'They encourage system updates for older phones which slow them down, thereby encouraging the purchase of new phones'
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65, Bill Gates 'heartbroken'
'Personal computing would not have existed without him' - Bil Gates
Google pays Apple $9 billion annually to be Safari default search engine
For search engines, there's nothing more lucrative than being the default provider on a popular web browser
Apple has become the first trillion-dollar company
Apple hit the $1 trillion mark when its shares reached an all-time high of $207.05 around midday in New York
Elections 2018, Tech
Hackers post soldier shooting victims on ZEC website
'We pulled it down within 11 minutes when we realised that they were now posting images that were not coming from the commission'
Facebook suspends conspiracy theorist for 30 days
The 30-day ban on the controversial webcaster likely won't satisfy the concerns of critics
Balancing cyber security and rights of citizens online
'Government involvement potentially impinges on the protection of individual rights'
Parents can access Facebook of dead teen: court
Girl’s parents wanted access to her account to try to find out whether her death had been by suicide or accident
No anonymity on Twitter, UK researchers find
Researchers could correctly identify a Twitter user from a group of 10,000 with 96.7 percent accuracy
ZBC to launch 24-hour online news channel after Cabinet nod
Zim24, when launched, would be groundbreaking in many ways
ZBC names new editorial managers
The ZBC has suspended over a dozen middle and top-level managers starting in 2015
ZBC suspends head of news Tazzen Mandizvidza over $1m 'debt'
Last week, ZBC filed papers at the High Court seeking to recover the money from Mandizvidza
Energy Mutodi, Trevor Ncube smoke peace pipe after Twitter row
'Licencing authorities ought to know that ‘thoughtless rants’ are neither illegal nor unconstitutional'
Mutodi fumes after Alpha Media raises newspaper prices
'We have not been spared from the market forces and hence we have had to adjust the cover charge'
DJ Sasha Martinengo sacked for calling Julius Malema a money live on air
'The station has forthwith elected to remove him from all involvement with the radio station'
AMH secures webcasting, video-on-demand licence
'Being able to offer VOD allows our users to watch and listen to video or audio content whenever they choose'
Diamond FM boss out as Zimpapers ring the changes
Diamond FM was Zimpapers’ second radio station after its flagship Star FM. The company later added CapiTalk
NewsDay to name deputy editor as Matshazi assumes new role
'Newspaper bosses are increasingly leaning on marketing teams to extract value from online platforms'
CapiTalk's Nyanhi, Ruvheneko ousted in Zimpapers purge
On being told that it was “one of our radio stations”, Chiwenga thundered back: “What are they trying to do?”
MultiChoice names new 24-hour news channel to replace Afro Wordlview
'The Eclipse TV and Rapid Innovation teams have a track record of entrepreneurial success'
Jim Kunaka on Zanu PF's history of violence, and complicity of security services
He believes on occasions, Zanu PF youths have put on police uniforms to attack opposition leaders
Prophet sees death of a leader on December 3
'I'm looking at the date of December 3. Why are people gathering, what is it? Is it the judgment of God, is it a natural happening? '
Grade 7 school dropout breaks internet with home-made generator
'Whilst children of his age are stuck in all manner of vices, this boy gives me hope'
World famous aviation blogger reviews Air Zimbabwe, and burns money
By changing his valuable United States dollars for bond notes, he discovered he could fly much, much cheaper
Videos emerge showing police brutality on Harare streets
Police have been accused of brutality on the streets of Harare in an ongoing crackdown against street vendors
Apostle Chiwenga says he sees two coffins that will change Zimbabwe
Now, Apostle Chiwenga is using the Biblical story of King David in 1 Kings 1 to explain what will unfold in Zimbabwe
New minister Davis Marapira filmed boasting about his cars
In the background are four vehicles - a Land Rover Discovery, a Range Rover, a Mazda BT50 and a Ford Ranger
Cholera death toll much higher, claims man who lost mother
A man who lost his mother to cholera has put out a video challenging the death statistics released by the Zimbabwe government
Emmerson Mnangagwa's inauguration speech
'Measures will be taken to correct the fiscal imbalances that threaten to undermine the viability of the financial sector'
Advocate Thabani Mpofu reflects on Constitutional Court judgment
'The fact that ZEC changed its result three times over is not disputed, the fact that ZEC made a declaration on the wrong figures is accepted'
Mpofu, Ngcukaitobi on being barred from representing Chamisa
'The reasons kept shifting... the ultimate reason communicated an hour before the hearing was that South Africa not a reciprocating country with Zimbabwe'