FORMER Education minister Sikhanyiso Ndlovu has leapt to Information minister Jonathan Moyo’s defence saying the Zanu PF strategist’s sentiments on President Robert Mugabe’s succession were spot on.
NEEDING just a draw to qualify for the last eight of the 2015 Cosafa Cup, the Warriors crumbled in stunning fashion to a clearly technically superior Namibia in the last Group B match played at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa, last night.
More heads are set to roll in Zanu PF, with the party’s political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere yesterday warning that more purges are looming, as a new wave of factionalism threatens to ravage the former liberation movement.
VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday made a surprise entrance in the National Assembly minutes after his co-VP Emmerson Mnangagwa had taken all questions without notice.
VILLAGERS in Tsholotsho North constituency have accused Zanu PF parliamentary candidate Jonathan Moyo of coercing them to attend his campaign rallies.
AGRICULTURE, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development minister Joseph Made is next week expected in Matobo to resolve a land dispute where villagers have protested over alleged illegal parceling out of prime land in the area to outsiders.
THE opposition MDC-T has dismissed claims that 50 of its youths in Makokoba, Bulawayo, had defected to the ruling Zanu PF.
ANTI-RIOT police yesterday maintained a heavy presence at the Gweru Magistrates’ Courts to quell a planned demonstration by city vendors following the arrest of their two colleagues who were charged with disorderly conduct and damage to property.
BULAWAYO residents are struggling to keep up with rate payments to the city council, as they owe close to $103 million as at March this year.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, some of his ministers and senior army officials were closely involved in the planning and execution of the Gukurahundi massacres, new research and recently declassified Australian government documents have revealed.
ZIMBABWE’s education sector continues to grow despite the prevailing economic challenges as primary school attendance has reached 96%, a United Nations Zimbabwe 2015 first quarter report has revealed.
PARENTS and guardians failing to pay tuition fees at Hlanganani Primary school in Insuza, Matabeleland North, are allegedly being forced to do community service at the institution.
BULAWAYO City Council has given vendors the green light to operate in the city centre to avoid running battles between traders and the city authorities, Southern Eye has learnt.
Gweru City Council workers have suspended their two-week long strike after management reportedly agreed to pay them their February salaries tomorrow.
CTING President Phelekezela Mphoko on Sunday dished out cash and foodstuffs at a rally to drum up support for Zanu PF’s candidate in the Chikanga-Dangamvura by-election as the ruling party pulls out all stops to win seats vacated by MDC-T MPs.
The state-owned Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) says it is owed almost a billion dollars in unpaid power bills with the government and local authorities among the chief culprits.
WORLD BANK Group Africa executive director Peter Larose on Wednesday pledged to push for international funding to revive Bulawayo industries after expressing confidence in their capacity to rebound after years of collapse.
Location services have never been a strong hold for Apple. The company’s mapping service is also rarely used. The Cupertino Giant is trying to make necessary changes and following that it has acquired a company called Coherent Navigation, as per reports from MacRumours. The acquired company boasts of a strong location detecting technology that is said to be accurate within 3-5 meters.