CANBERRA — Zimbabwe’s ambassador to Australia, who has sought political asylum, has hit back at comments by the government that it is safe for her to return home.
From Cape Town’s Grand Parade party to fireworks in Sydney and a long line-up of kwaito acts in Jo’burg, here’s how major cities plan to welcome 2014.
The year 2013 marked the end of the inclusive government formed in 2009 by the country’s major political parties. It has been described as one of the worst in living memory by some. Below are some of the highlights
AS the year draws to an end today Southern Eye take you through the ups and downs of the 2013 sporting season
A HARARE man who claimed that the car he was driving belonged to Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri when he was stopped at a roadblock in Mbembesi recently, was arrested for impersonation when it was discovered that he was lying.
VICTORIA FALLS reverberated to the sounds of local and exotic music on Sunday night when the Jameson Victoria Falls Carnival Festival roared into life with tourists from around the globe converging in the resort town for the three-day extravaganza.
A COLLEN BAWN man has been sentenced to five years in jail for being in possession of gold without a licence or permit.
THE City of Gweru lived to its tag of being a sleepy town as no major music shows were staged during the festive season.
A Bulawayo-based prison officer and playwright Ornwell Siziba has appealed for sponsorship from the corporate world to finance his second production that must be recorded in February.
SOUTH African man-of-the-moment Dj Ganyani will help Bulawayo party lovers cross over to 2014 with a highly-anticipated gig at Queens Sports Club tonight.