THE year 2014 was probably the most dramatic politically in Zimbabwe.
ZANU PF infighting is taking a new twist amid revelations party hawks have sharpened their daggers against Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa whom they accuse of conniving with President Robert Mugabe to deny them influential party and government appointments.
PANIC has gripped thousands of Zimbabweans in South Africa ahead of today’s permit application deadline, as it emerged yesterday that scores are still to apply.
HIGHLANDERS newly-appointed coach Bongani Mafu could give a second chance to a host of players that were reportedly shown the door last month, as he builds the team for the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) season.
DO you have a problem? Then First Lady Grace Mugabe is your woman.
A 26-YEAR-OLD man from Pumula North bashed his 34-year-old lover after he allegedly caught her red handed in bed with another man, who reportedly escaped the scene immediately.
WAR COLLABORATORS in Matabeleland South, who worked with the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (Zipra) during the liberation war, have complained that the government continues to sideline them, as they have not been rewarded for their work.
WARRIORS and Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Tendai Ndoro says he is managed by P Management of South Africa and believes the case against him by Fifa-accredited agent Gibson Mahachi will not derail his football career.
ECONOMISTS, industrialists and labour experts warned of trouble for the country at the beginning of 2014, and true to their projections, many companies slipped into liquidation or judicial management, throwing thousands of people out of work and invariably pushing the unemployment rate close to 90%.
IT has only been three weeks since Joice Mujuru made history by becoming the country’s only living former vice-president after being fired following a messy fallout with First Lady Grace Mugabe.