Zimbabwe remains under military control weeks after Mugabe’s era ended: ‘This is a military...

Opposition parties and human rights groups say that despite Mnangagwa’s promises of a new Zimbabwe, he has hewed to his predecessor’s strategies. His new Cabinet is composed of loyalists, many of whom served Mugabe. He...

Zimbabwe ruling party seals Mugabes fate

Harare - Delegates from Zimbabwe's ruling party on Friday sealed the fate of Robert Mugabe, a man they had revered for decades but removed from power in dramatic scenes last month. The ZANU-PF congress officially...

Mvuma woman in court after passing urine into in-law's mouth – The Zimbabwe Mail

MVUMA – A woman from Village 74 in Huchu near Mvuma shocked mourners gathered at a funeral on Tuesday when she passed urine and shoved fresh soil taken from the grave into the mouth of...

Pasi naningi is an outdated political rhetoric

Revolutionary greetings dear comrades. In revolution there is pasi(down) with so and so. The enemies of the revolution are those in power who abuse power. They use the workers and peasants as their door...

Church blasts Vapostori over Biriiri High cleansing . . . chief's actions described as...

THE United Baptist Church, the responsible authority at Biriiri High School, which was in the eye of a Satanism storm, has come out guns blazing at members of an apostolic sect who held an...

'Sunday Chillas not sex parties' – Chronicle

Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz CorrespondentBULAWAYO DJs have been irked by a recent National Aids Council (Nac) report that Sunday Chillas, a social outing mostly for youths was a rebranded name for Vuzu Parties, house parties...

Zim, Zambia introduce toll fees at Vic Falls Bridge – Chronicle

Leonard Ncube, Victoria Falls ReporterZIMBABWE and Zambia have introduced toll fees and heavy vehicles will pay between $5 and $30 to cross the Victoria Falls Bridge shared by the two neighbouring countries. Light vehicles with...

Prof Gudyanga arrested for corruption – Chronicle

Professor Francis Gudyanga Takunda Maodza, Harare BureauFORMER Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development permanent Secretary Professor Francis Gudyanga was yesterday arrested for corruption. He was picked up by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) and...

Why I don’t drink beer – Mnangagwa

HARARE – President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa became a teetotaller during the liberation struggle in Mozambique after he witnessed fellow comrades die of excessive alcohol consumption. The President revealed this when he was Vice President...

Zimbabwe inflation rises to 2,94 pct

HARARE,– Zimbabwe’s consumer price index increased by 0,73 percent to 2,94 percent in November, the national statistics agency reported on Friday. Month on month inflation stood at 0,74 percent shedding 0,80 percent from 1,54...