Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa, hospitalised on suspicion of food poisoning at the recently-ended Zanu PF national conference held in Victoria Falls, is still recuperating at home and has been granted sick leave, Zanu PF insiders have said.
Although Mahofa could not be reached for comment as her mobile phone has been constantly switched off, our source established that she did not report for duty yesterday, as her subordinates saying she was on
Government has revised travellers’ rebate to $200 from $300, among a cocktail of measures as it seeks to maximise revenue collection from imports and address the continued abuse of the facility by local businesses.
The daily import duty remission was also reduced from $50 to $30 per individual traveller per day.
Under the new regulations, all travellers using small cross border transport (mostly open trucks) or buses with huge trailers and carrying goods
POPULAR Nigerian prophet, Temitope Balogun Joshua, commonly referred to as TB Joshua, has predicted turmoil for a southern African president between February and April this year, a forecast likely to incite anxiety among Zimbabweans.
In his televised prophecy on January 3 to thousands of his congregates gathered at his Synagogue Church of All Nations in Nigeria, TB Joshua predicted trouble for a Southern African President that will take place between February and April this
A SECURITY guard heroically rescued a Bulawayo woman from a man whom he caught allegedly raping her and trying to strangle her on Sunday at around 1AM.
The woman (name withheld) nearly choked in the savage early morning assault that occurred in an apartment at Crescent Court near the Bulawayo Power Station before Dickson Nungu used a sjambok to subdue the suspected rapist.
Nungu of Mpopoma, a guard at Esats Store close to the crime scene said he intervened after
The government yesterday announced a new framework to the indigenisation and empowerment policy containing a cocktail of measures that are expected to complement other initiatives to attract local and Foreign Direct Investment.
Over the past few weeks, Finance and Economic Development minister Patrick Chinamasa and his Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment counterpart Patrick Zhuwao appeared to differ on the framework and last week had to cancel a media briefing they
Police blocked the placard-waving demonstrators along Nelson Mandela Avenue close to Parliament Building and randomly beat them with truncheons and later arrested RTUZ president, Obert Masaraure, secretary-general Robson Chere and programmes officer, Pride Mkono.
Zimbabwe Activists Alliance (ZAA) national co-ordinator, Lynette Mudehwe was also assaulted in the melee, together with an unidentified woman.
The estimated 30 demonstrators comprised of RTUZ members
EAGLE Life Assembly leader, Prophet Blessing Chiza says he has seen a vision where Zimbabwe will this year be ruled by a woman “like never before” and the days of the introduction of the local currency are drawing closer.
“I continue to see a time not now when Zimbabwe is going to be ruled by a woman, I am seeing a woman holding a sceptre and ruling Zimbabwe like it has never been ruled before,” reads Chiza’s 13-point 2016 prophecy list.
HARARE - Post-congress Zanu PF bigwigs opposed to embattled Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa succeeding President Robert Mugabe have vowed that a woman will return to the ruling party’s powerful presidium this year, most likely at his expense.
Speaking to our source at the weekend, party officials linked to the former liberation movement’s ambitious Young Turks known as the Generation 40 (G40), who are said to be working closely with the women’s league to
HARARE - Paranoid Zimbabwean authorities interrogated outspoken preacher Ancelimo Magaya on why he was planning a convergence of political parties, churches and civil society.
The bishop, who is the director of Zimbabwe Divine Destiny (ZDD), an organisation that has been working on unifying political parties in the country, said the Zimbabwe Republic Police questioned him for about half an hour after he had submitted a letter notifying the police of an all-people convention at
HARARE - The strike by doctors and nurses is beginning to bite, leaving the lives of thousands of poverty-stricken Zimbabweans in the hands of God as many health workers refuse to pitch up for work following the government’s continued failure to pay them their December salaries.
Harare Central Hospital was among the hardest-hit public health institutions yesterday with numerous patients being turned away and told to return for treatment tomorrow — the day
A PARLIAMENTARY committee has warned that preparations for the 2018 elections are under serious financial threat, as the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has not been allocated any money for voter registration and possible by-elections under the 2016 National Budget announced in November last year.
This was disclosed by the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, chaired by Jessie Majome, in a recent report on the 2016 budgets allocations to