Dr Godfrey Gandawa

Gandawa points finger at ZACC

Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Deputy Minister Godfrey Gandawa on Friday accused the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) of har...
Spiwe Mahachi-Harper

Spiwe the kombi driver of Harare

Stanely Mushava Literature Today The kombi is a city in miniature. Each trip there contrasts on board every shade of the urban experience. A conductor proudly extracting life from downtown fringes an...
OK

Man hacks into OK Zim system, steals $70k

Takudzwa Matambura Court Reporter A Chitungwiza man who hacked OK Zimbabwe’s Money Wave System before prejudicing the company of $70 000 appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Rumbidzai Mugwagwa last F...
VP Mnangagwa

VP Mnangagwa donates to homes, Ingutsheni

Thandeka Moyo Bulawayo Bureau Four Bulawayo charity organisations and Ingutsheni Central Hospital on Friday received $21 000 worth of food and groceries donated by Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa d...
Floods have had devastating effects in Zimbabwe

Rains open gates to blessings, curses

Sydney Kawadza Senior Features Writer Joy abounds for Zimbabwe and its Southern African counterparts for the abundant rains that have fallen this season. Coming from two successive droughts, the heav...
Tryson Chimbetu

Tryson optimistic of fruitful 2017

Tawanda Marwizi Arts Correspondent Dendera musician Tryson Chimbetu’s recent album “Victory” got mixed feelings from listeners who rated it below his previous offering “Compass”. Music experts said t...
Langton Mutimba

Ex-Rhinos player Mutimba dies

Collin Matiza and Takudzwa Chitsiga FORMER Black Rhinos utility player Langton Mutimba has died. Mutimba, who was born and bred in Harare’s high-density suburb of Mbare, passed way on Thursday mornin...
Adama Barrow

Gambia’s president-elect in Senegal

DAKAR. – The Gambia’s president-elect Adama Barrow landed in neighbouring Senegal yesterday where he will remain until his planned inauguration this week, Senegalese sources said, following an ...
John Berger

Changing ways of seeing art

Internationally renowned artist John Peter Berger, who died on January 2 at the age of 90, has had a profound influence on the popular understanding of art and the visual image.
BRILLIANT STUFF . . . Zimbabwe’s Conrad Rautenbach (right) gives a thumbs up sign in his Toyota Hilux — accompanied by his South African navigator Rob Howie — after managing to last the distance in this year’s 9 000km-long Dakar Rally which finished in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday

Conrad shines for Zim

Collin Matiza Sports Editor ACE Zimbabwean motor racing driver Conrad Rautenbach did himself and the nation proud when he finished ninth overall in the car rankings in his debut appearance in the tou...
Minister Chidarikire

Probe exposes rot at district council

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau Investigations into suspended Makonde district administrator Mrs Plaxidiah Chirongoma’s corruption allegations have unearthed gross violation of Government’s procu...