• Kadoma ZANU PF murderers jailed

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 SW Radio Africa

    Four ZANU PF youths were on Tuesday each sentenced to 15 years in jail for the murder of MDC-T supporter John Max in August 2008. Max was assaulted and fatally stabbed at Chidhuri Buffalo Farm in Kadoma by the youths, who accused him of being a political sell-out. The youths tried to deny the...

  • Merging of diamond firms dismissed as meaningless

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 SW Radio Africa

    The government has gone ahead with plans to merge diamond mining firms in Marange, claiming this would “streamline their operations and ensure accountability of proceeds”, according to the state run...

  • Tobaiwa Mudede points citizens in the right direction

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 SW Radio Africa

    The government has finally admitted dual citizenship is allowed under the new constitution adopted last year, following months of dilly dallying over the issue. On Tuesday Registrar-General Tobaiwa...

  • Mohadi reverses Mugabe decision on anti-corruption team

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 SW Radio Africa

    Zimbabwe’s Home Affairs Minister has reportedly dispersed the anti-corruption team of commissioners, who were re-appointed by Robert Mugabe last year, saying he had realised that the move by the...

  • ZLHR Urges Govt To Conduct Literacy Drills For Police

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 Radio VOP

    Human rights lawyers have implored the government to roll out literacy drills to familiarize law enforcement agents with the country’s new governance charter. In submissions presented to the Senate...

  • Mugabe To Launch Skills,Competencies Upgrade Programme For Teachers

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 Radio VOP

    Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe will launch a capacity development programme for teachers and educators on Thursday. President Robert Mugabe will on Thursday launch a capacity development...

  • Govt needs $460m to revive NRZ

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 Radio Dialogue

    GOVERNMENT, in consultation with other institutions, is in the process of engaging a bank to fund the resuscitation of the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) to the tune of $460 million. NRZ, once...

  • Zim to halt sale of rough diamonds – Chidhakwa

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 Radio Dialogue

    Zimbabwe is considering stopping the sale of rough diamonds to the international market, as it is stifling the country’s economical growth, instead Mines and Mining Development  minister Walter...

  • Injury-prone Jambo retires from football

    Thursday, 24 July 2014 Radio Dialogue

    Kaizer Chiefs left back and former Zimbabwe international, Jimmy Jambo, has retired from football because of a recurring injury. It was reported two months ago that Jambo was set for a pre-season...

  • Chinamasa regrets adopting the US dollar

    Wednesday, 23 July 2014 SW Radio Africa

    Under-pressure ZANU PF Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said the adoption of the US dollar in 2009 was a mistake. Speaking to legislators in Harare on Monday, the minister said the decision to...

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