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Starlink sets roll out dates for Zimbabwe

One of the prominent people, who were arrested for using the internet service was Zanu PF spokesperson Chris Mutsvangwa’s son Neville.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 9, 2024
Prophet jailed for murder
Prophet jailed for murder
They got the shock of their life as Chamunorwa was allegedly shouting saying he wanted to kill somebody.
By Simbarashe Sithole Jun. 9, 2024
Mnangagwa’s 2030 plot faces fierce Zanu PF resistance…as nemesis Kasukuwere enters fray
Fierce succession wars are not new in Zanu PF and in 2017 they culminated a  military coup that toppled long time ruler Robert Mugabe.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Jun. 9, 2024
Mnangagwa’s Zambia gaffe draws scorn
Zanu PF accused Hichilema of bankrolling Citizens Coalition for Change’s then leader Nelson Chamisa, who was Mnangagwa’s main challenger in the polls.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 9, 2024
Spouses, children of Hwange mine disaster victims struggle for survival
Deputy Director for communication and advocacy in the Mining Development ministry Wilfred Munetsi also did not respond to questions sent to him via Whatsapp.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jun. 9, 2024
Police indications: Rising deaths of suspects in custody blots Zimbabwe’s justice system
Prisoner rights activists  say dozens of suspects have been killed in police custody after being taken for “indications” at crime scenes.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jun. 9, 2024
Water crisis takes glitz off Masvingo suburb
Tokwe-Mukosi is the largest inland dam in Zimbabwe.
By Rex Mphisa Jun. 9, 2024
Man demands paternity tests for children
Nyika was ordered to pay US$60 a month for the upkeep of his children. 
By Rejoice Phiri Jun. 9, 2024
Mwanza: I have to put my foot down
That’s where I then started having a need to grow and  be better because I had reached my peak although I had started from a lower level
By In Conversation With Trevor Jun. 9, 2024
Vumbachikwe mine clashes with creditors
Vumbachikwe Mine reportedly owes various creditors, including workers, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority and Zesa Holdings more than US$10 million.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 9, 2024
NRZ, Harare pastor battle over US$2m property takes another twist
In November 2020, NRZ sent Ohizu another letter claiming that he owed the parastatal.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 3, 2024
Munyawarara inspired to help the less privileged
To say we will empower people at the same time by providing this access to finance, this is how the idea came about.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 2, 2024
Mnangagwa’s Harare investigation queried
Mnangagwa last month appointed the commission led by retired judge Justice Maphios Cheda to investigate the City of Harare’s management and council on issues dating back to 2017.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jun. 2, 2024
Chamisa mourns long-time opposition legislator Zwizwai
Zwizwai was a founding member of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and a senior official in the united CCC.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 2, 2024
Zim’s deepening economic problems behind surge in child marriages
The policies have failed to address the macroeconomic volatility, unemployment and inefficient social assistance programmes, which are the main causes of poverty, especially in rural areas.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 2, 2024
Council, land developer smoke peace pipe
The suspended Makoni RDC chairperson David Guy Mutasa and chief executive officer Edward Pise are Chinamasa’s known allies.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 2, 2024
War vets root for Chiwenga
He claimed that Chiwenga has a clean political record and was not involved in any criminal and corrupt activities.
By Nkululeko Sibanda Jun. 2, 2024
Abduction victim relives harrowing torture ordeal
The combination of physical symptoms like nosebleeds and headaches with psychological distress have made it challenging for him to lead a normal life.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jun. 2, 2024
Tout jailed for raping ex-lover
Prosecutor Vimbiso Rundare led evidence that on October 17 last year, Madyambudzi harassed his ex-girlfriend after he found her with another man.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jun. 2, 2024
Duo arrested for smuggling explosives
Ledwaba mentioned that the two were nabbed in collaboration with both the police and members of the Musina Explosive Unit.
By Simon Majadibodu Jun. 2, 2024
Man, wife fight over children’s welfare
Ndava said the child is also forced to do all house chores before and after school which had been affecting his studies.
By Rejoice Phiri Jun. 2, 2024
Prophet jailed for murder
The family heard some noise and went to enquire about what was happening and found Chamunorwa shouting that he wanted want to kill someone while holding the axe handle.
By Simbarashe Sithole Jun. 2, 2024
Maggot farming creates entrepreneurs, saves farming costs in Zimbabwe
Instead, Munondo, like several other maggot entrepreneurs, has become more of an employer after he set up a maggot plot of land just a year after he received training in farming the worms.
By Jeffrey Moyo Jun. 2, 2024
Auxillia fetes Sengezo Tshabangu at State House
His close allies, notably Midlands Provincial Affairs minister Owen Ncube, have been pushing to have Mnangagwa extend his term to 2030.
By Nqobani Ndlovu and Sharon Buwerimwe Jun. 2, 2024
Estranged wife, in-laws terrorise man
He said his wife and relatives were sending the strangers as he had confirmed through her sister, who confronted them.
By Rejoice Phiri Jun. 2, 2024
HIV intervention rescues Mash West’s young girls
Mhande is among many girls in Mashonaland West province undergoing a unique programme designed to empower adolescent girls.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 26, 2024
‘Mudha’: The ruthless enforcer behind ED’s unpopular bid to hang on to power
If the Zanu PF leader respects the constitution as he has promised, he will hand over power to a new leader in 2028.
By Sharon Buwerimwe May. 26, 2024
Council’s opaque land deals saga deepens
The suspended Makoni RDC chairperson David Guy Mutasa and chief executive officer Edward Pise are Chinamasa’s known allies.
By Moses Mugugunyeki and Kenneth Nyangani May. 26, 2024