Today we celebrate our 34th year of independence, a relatively short period in the history of nations but a great milestone which came at a high cost where thousands of our compatriots.
WHILE Zanu PF and government leaders wine and dine at the high table commemorating Zimbabwe’s 34th independence celebrations and gloat about the sovereignty of the country, some widows of fallen national heroes have expressed mixed feelings about the day.
SOME youths born in 1980 when Zimbabwe attained its independence from Britain say there is little to celebrate as there are no employment opportunities.
THE power struggle and alleged tribalism war rocking the Apostolic Faith Mission of Africa International (AFM) in Lobengula, Bulawayo, took a new twist yesterday
Welshman Ncube, who emerged from a nine-month self-imposed hibernation on Wednesday, has said his party was not bothered by the spate of resignations by senior members insisting that those who were power hungry could move on as political parties were driven by a small group of committed individuals.
POLICE in Bulawayo have arrested five suspects in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 25-year-old man at a party in Emakhandeni last weekend.
The United States yesterday slapped sanctions on Registrar-General (RG)Tobaiwa Mudede and some Asian businessmen believed to have close links with President Robert Mugabe’s family.
POLICE have remained mum about the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR)’s 14-day ultimatum to deal with the damages of four passengers who were seriously injured when a kombi overturned after police manning a roadblock along Khami Road in the city threw spikes in its path.
A 61-YEAR-OLD senior Zanu PF official yesterday admitted to bashing his 34-year-old pregnant lover with a wooden stick when he appeared in the Gwanda Magistrates’ Court facing physical abuse charges yesterday.
THE Bulawayo City Council has made a U-turn on the proposed purchase of a Mercedes-Benz ML for mayor Martin Moyo by cancelling the tender barely a week after it invited prospective suppliers