The late Apostle Chiriseri

Chiriseri corpse robber dies

Whinsley Masara Bulawayo Bureau A COP who was set to appear in court for allegedly robbing Apostle Charles Chiriseri’s corpse of $200 has died after he was hit by a car at a roadblock. Mkhokheli Mpof...
Lloyd Chitembwe

Green Machine brace for Africa’s finest

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter CAPS UNITED could face Khama Billiat and his Mamelodi Sundowns in the group stages of the CAF Champions League. The Green Machine have joined defending champions...

Assaulting villagers backfires for cops

Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter— Brutally assaulting villagers and denying them food and water while in holding cells has backfired on the police after a court ordered them to pay damages...
dangerous weapons

Police issue weapons ban

The Zimbabwe Republic Police yesterday invoked the Public Order and Security Act and imposed a ban on carrying of dangerous weapons in public for the next three months in Harare Central District and ...
President Mugabe and African Union Commission chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat follow proceedings during official opening of the AEP Summit. Picture by presidential photographer Joseph Nyadzayo.

LATEST: African Economic Platform starts

Tendai Mugabe in Port Louis, MAURITIUS President Mugabe is among African leaders attending the inaugural African Economic Platform that opened here this morning. The meeting, which seeks to promote c...

Zimsec extends exam fees deadline

Freeman Razemba Senior Reporter The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) has extended closing dates for the registration of November 2017 Ordinary and Advanced Level examinations.
Dr Kunonga

Anglican saga: Kunonga to pay $427k

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter— Ex-communicated bishop Dr Nolbert Kunonga will have to pay the Anglican Church $427 000 as compensation for shares he sold after he led the church into a s...