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Chiredzi businessman’s wife sues hairdresser for adultery

Posted by: Web Master Posted date: 28.1.17 / MORRIS BISHICHIREDZI BUREAUCHIREDZI – Tsitsi Kurivara who is married to a prominent Chiredzi businessman David Kurivara is suing...

Mnangagwa Bill faces massive rejection – NewsDay

THE Constitution Amendment (number 1) Bill sponsored by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa was yesterday rejected by Harare residents at a public hearing with most people...

Cracks emerge at Military Touch. . . Jah Prayzah hogs limelight, Muridzo claims

Military Touch Movement artistes RISING star, Andy Muridzo, has admitted that the Military Touch Movement, Jah Prayzah’s record label, is suppressing its artistes and focusing...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Joice Mujuru in good company

President Mugabe Love him or hate him, one of the endearing and enduring traits of President Mugabe is his consistency. Listening to his interviews over...

Zimbabwean businesses urged to value customer service

Zimbabwean businesses have been urged to value customer services as a way of boosting sales and increasing revenue streams.Contact Centre Association of Zimbabwe (CCAZ)...

Towards 2018: As the MDC-T threatens violence – New Zimbabwe.com

  RELATED STORIES Last week’s instalment was concerned with redeeming African heroes and characterizing the new day that in my view must dawn one day. There are...

Forty-five killed after bus crash in Zimbabwe

Forty-five people have been killed after a bus crash in Zimbabwe. The bus, which was travelling to Zambia, crashed on Wednesday night, 96 miles north...

Heal Zimbabwe encourages youth to peacefully participate in 2018 elections

The peace campaign seeks to encourage community members and leaders to uphold peace ahead of the 2018 elections. Six soccer and six netball teams...

Robert Mugabe faces squeaky-bum time ahead of 2018 polls

HARARE – As the eagerly-anticipated 2018 national elections get closer, life is getting harder for President Robert Mugabe and his warring Zanu PF, as...

TALKING POINT : Why Mugabe is right on succession in Zimbabwe

Although birthday parties are supposed to be apolitical, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s have always been lavish, partisan and highly political commemorations. Last week’s bash marking...