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T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Saturday told rivals pushing for his ouster that they were welcome to quit if they did not want to work with him.
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FAILED Zanu PF councillor and former Harare province youth league leader, Jim Kunaka, has been accused of looting council funds meant to pay salaries for the local authority's work force.
AFTER taking a commanding 5-1 lead from the first leg of the Caf Confederation Cup against St Michel, Zimbabwe's representatives in the competition How Mine, believe they have one leg into the second round.
"I am thankful to the organizers of this event, Etisalat Nigeria for this most excellent and necessary prize.
SEVEN people, all men, died on the spot, while attending to a broken down car, along the Bulawayo Harare road, after they were mowed down by a speeding Toyota Gaia that was traveling to Bulawayo from Harare on Friday night.
Ten City of Harare directors will share US$3 million as part of their retrenchment package.
CABINET ministers misled President Robert Mugabe by claiming that mining companies in Marange were going to contribute $10 million each towards the community share ownership trusts, a parliamentary portfolio committee has heard.
Minister of State for Manicaland Province Christopher Mushowe allegedly ordered Diamond Mining Company to deposit money into an account he provided, effectively sidestepping the Marange-Zimunya Community Share Ownership Trust launched by President Mugabe in 2012.Further, Environment Environment, Water and Climate Minister Saviour Kasukuwere is ... (more)
HARARE city council authorities have torched a storm among residents and motorists after announcing plans to increase traffic related fines and to authorise parking marshals to clamp vehicles owned by offending motorists.
It was bound to be a fairytale wedding - and it happily turned out so. From the moment that the media got a whiff of the marriage of Bona, daughter to President Mugabe, and Simba Chikore, excitement and speculation swirled around, culminating in the "wedding of the year" last week.Yet precious little was known of Bona's mystery man.
Contributing to a parliamentary debate on corruption Mliswa, the legislator for Hurungwe West, said that government should take the bull by the horns and go after those who are corrupt, going as far as questioning where some ministers got their money to buy a bank.
The decision by Africa's top human rights court to allow the deliberate hobbling of the Southern African regional Tribunal has been described as a 'devastating' indictment of justice on the continent.
Information Minister Jonathan Moyo has attacked the ZBC, saying the national broadcaster is failing to move with the times due to a combination of corruption and incompetence.
Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change on Friday suspended a senior official who had asked party leader Morgan Tsvangirai to quit, a move which has divided a party recovering from election defeat last year.
T national council met in Harare today and suspended deputy treasurer, Mr Elton Mangoma, accusing him of bringing the name of the opposition party to disrepute.
AS we report elsewhere in this edition, a delegation from the International Monetary Fund is expected in Harare next week to monitor Zimbabwe's progress on the Staff Monitoring Programme .
A farm seized by the government has been handed over to a Chinese developer to build an exclusive housing estate for senior government officials.