The reported unease between President Robert Mugabe’s two deputies, Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko, is being fuelled by the unresolved succession politics in Zanu PF, analysts have said.
The Zimbabwe national cricket team will play their third and final ODI against Pakistan at Gadaffi stadium this afternoon after receiving security assurances yesterday.
ZIMBABWE national soccer team might miss out on the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifiers as the deadline to settle outstanding salaries of former coach Brazilian-born Jose Claudinei Georgini, popularly known as Valinhos lapses today.
TEN-MAN FC Platinum held Highlanders to a 2-2 draw in an entertaining Castle Lager Premier Soccer league match at Mandava yesterday.
VEHICLES clamped and towed away by the council for violating traffic regulations in Bulawayo will now be sold if owners do not settle outstanding penalties within a month.
Denmark has donated $100 000 to the first ever Judicial Service Commission (JSC) open day in Gweru that would be held today.
Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) will give additional support to wheat farmers this winter to ensure a successful season, the power utility has said.
A Silobela teenager who struck a man with an axe on the head after a misunderstanding over unprocessed tobacco was on Friday jailed for 12 years when a High Court Judge convicted him of murder with constructive intent.
GLOBAL Shapers Community Bulawayo Hub (GSC Byo), an initiative of the World Economic Forum, has started recruiting shapers for 2015 in Bulawayo as the forum moves to launch a hub in every major city in the world.
BULAWAYO United Residents’ Association (Bura) has appealed to the local authority to clamp down on vendors who are using loud hailers to advertise wares saying they are contributing to noise pollution.