Police temporarily block ZPRA ‘yellow t-shirts’ march

    Police temporarily blocked a march that was organised by the ZPRA Veterans Association to commemorate the legacy of their former…

    Residents stealing gravel meant for pothole patching

    The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has raised concern that some residents are taking the gravel meant for pothole patching for…

    Zim would not have been this chaotic if Nkomo was alive: Coltart

    Senator David Coltart believes that if the late former Vice President, Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo, was alive today, Zimbabwe would…

    Mnangagwa’s rants on MRP: A further cause for concern

    By Khanyisani Silwane Ncube Within a short space of three months, and on two separate occasions the Zimbabwean president has made some completely flabbergasting remarks on the Mthwakazi Republic Party (“MRP”), a Zimbabwean political party.…

    ZAPU defends Nkomo Unity Accord decision

    ZAPU says it stands by the choice made by Joshua Nkomo, whose disdain for conflict saw him sacrifice the party…

    Persecuted till death: Letter reveals Nkomo’s struggle to repossess property seized by Mugabe

    Former Vice President Joshua Nkomo once confronted President Robert Mugabe and the then Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa demanding the release…

    Villagers count losses as cattle die

    Some villagers in Jotsholo, Matabeleland North, lost six cattle, a mix of steers and heifers reportedly due to heartwater disease…

    30% of Zimbabweans threatened by hunger

    Thirty percent of Zimbabweans will grow more food insecure towards the end of the year, as hunger continues pestering the…

    Students fed up with Isitshwala and cabbage

    Students at the Bulawayo-based Westgate Industrial Training College have blasted officials at the institution for providing them with substandard food, although…

    Nkomo legacy under threat: Sibangilizwe

    Sibangilizwe Nkomo, the son of the late former Vice President Joshua Nkomo, has decried how his father’s legacy has been…
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