BULAWAYO deputy master of the High Court Raymond Antonio has been accused of providing misleading information in a fraud case in which State security minister Kembo Mohadi is the complainant.
A RESOLUTION by Zanu PF’s Matabeleland North province to endorse First Lady Grace Mugabe (pictured) as the party’s life leader of the women’s league confirms her growing influence in Zimbabwean daily life and politics, but with huge knock-on effects on democracy, analysts have said.
ABOUT two thirds of the thousands of pupils who have reportedly dropped out of school owing to hunger in Matabeleland North province are girls, a local human rights watchdog, Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP), has claimed.
There was drama at the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) yesterday morning when hordes of anti-riot police sealed off the…
POLICE in Bulawayo are investigating a suspected murder case in which a 21-year-old Nkulumane woman was found dead without pants in a bushy area in Magwegwe.
Midlands State University (MSU) is set to hold another graduation ceremony on December 10 after its Chancellor, President Robert Mugabe, reportedly queried the low number of graduates last week.
HIGHLANDERS’ technical adviser Cosmas “Tsano” Zulu says they are happy with the Easycall Cup semi-final draw where they host perennial nemesis Dynamos, but he would rather have his boys focus on the last Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.
On a recent visit to Grahamstown, a friend made time to drive me around the town.
Failure is always predictable. My years of success coaching, counselling and consultancy have shown me that failure leaves traces behind…
Those who usually say that the devil is a liar have obnoxiously not yet listened to First Lady Grace Mugabe’s coterie of supporters, who seem hell-bent on singing and gyrating for their supper to a youthful woman, who has effectively and drastically, in dramatic Mr Bean repertoire, sprung to contest for the nation’s top post.
Many families have no direction and depend on fate. I have heard many people hide behind a common deception, “it is the will of God”.
This article focuses on the critical need for all leaders to understand themselves first and foremost. Great leadership is an inside job. This means that the leader knows, understands, and owns, their strengths and areas of development.
That Africa is vulnerable to climate change is indisputable. Recent observable effects of this phenomenon in the region include; great water stress, extremities in temperatures, multiple changes in weather patterns, floods, cyclones, to mention only but a few.
Martin Luther King Jnr made the above statement on April 3, 1968. The said statement is both prophetic and inspiring. When Barack Obama was sworn in as President of the United States of America on January 20, 2009, Martin Luther King Jnr’s prophecy was fulfilled.
Just in case readers have concluded that Maxwell Zimuto’s frivolous comment about the Jameson Line represents an historical fact, rather…
Heads of State and Government the world over seem to attract a lot of titles to themselves. A few of the titles relate to their duties while most are acquired as part of the whole process of big ego massaging. As a general rule, dictators acquire the longest and wordiest titles of all. There are very few exceptions to this rule.
Wives have special needs and so do husbands. If these special needs are not met, couples soon get irritated and draw apart.
ZIMBABWE’S prime resort town of Victoria Falls has been declared a Tourism Special Economic Zone (TEZ), a development expected to spur growth in tourist arrivals and create employment for locals, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
A security hole that could allow attackers to access users’ personal data was inadvertently placed on Dell computers, the company has admitted.
Bulawayo revellers are in for a treat this Saturday, as Horizon Bar and Restaurant host the Summer Carnival meant to welcome the summer season in style, according to one of the organisers, Joe Tha OG.