Home » Featured (page 30)

Featured

Featured posts

Aging Mugabe slips tongue, “Pasi neZanu(PF)”

90year old Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe just after being endorsed the sole party candidate for the Presidential Elections 2018  stunned Zanu PF delegates when he shouted “Pasi neZanu PF” (translated, Down with Zanu (PF)) as he wrapped up his speech. He was immediately corrected and he then shouted, Pamberi neZanu PF. This ironic slip has left a lot baffled, yet the ...

Read More »

RBZ unveils new coins to be operational December 18

THE new Zimbabwe coins were unveiled by the central bank, but will only start circulating in the country on December 18 2014. Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya said the country will receive $10 million worth of bond coins between now and March which translate to 2% of total banking deposits. Speaking at the unveiling of the coins yesterday, ...

Read More »

Zimbabwe Cricket spiralling into abyss — Stuart Carlisle

FORMER national cricket team player Stuart Carlisle has broken his silence on the demise of the sport in Zimbabwe. Below is his statement: As a former national player, I have maintained my silence in the last decade since we retired or resigned from national cricket at the end of the so-called “Rebel” days. I have remained silent out of respect ...

Read More »

“Mugabe has practically lost control”, blasts ousted Zanu(PF) bigwig Gumbo

Zimbabweans should stand up and fight against bad leadership, says the suspended Zanu (PF) spokesperson Rugare Gumbo. “We fought to liberate Zimbabwe and have done our part. I think Zimbabweans must take it upon themselves to confront bad leadership in both Zanu (PF) and the nation. They should not just sit back as a crisis unfolds,” Gumbo told The Zimbabwean. ...

Read More »

Boycott Mujuru outrages Mugabe at Zanu(PF) congress

The Zanu (PF) sixth congress entered its third day today with President Robert Mugabe saying he was baffled by his deputy’s absence from the gathering. Unsurprising is the absence, considering the tirade of insults, accusations and threats the Vice President has endured from the He claimed that Mujuru, who he has accused of dabbling in witchcraft to topple him has ...

Read More »

Tuku Tribute Concert adds “postpone” list

THE Oliver Mtukudzi tribute concert scheduled for the UK this weekend has been postponed to next year, organisers confirmed today. Baffling to many patrons as a number of Zimbabwean musical events spearheaded by home based artists have fallen to the postponement list. Scheduled for Leicester on Saturday, the concert was aimed at paying tribute to “Zimbabwe’s most recognisable humanitarian musician”. ...

Read More »

Kelly Rowland mourns her mother, Doris Rowland Garrison

Less than a month after one of the happiest days Kelly Rowland’s life comes what must be of the saddest: Her mother, Doris Rowland Garrison, passed away on December 2 after suffering cardiac arrest one day prior, as the Associated Press reports. She was 66 and would have turned 67 on December 7. “It is with deep sadness that I ...

Read More »

Fans treat The Charambas with a dinner & Appreciation Award

Story by Robert Mukondwa- Pastors Charles and Olivia Charamba received an early Christmas present when their fans organised a surprise appreciation dinner for them in the capital Harare last Sunday in appreciation for their ‘sterling work and tireless ministry’ to the nation through song. An award was handed to the ‘first family of gospel music’ during the event as a token ...

Read More »

Tariro neGitare dropping ‘YORIRA NGOMA’ single

Zimbabwean singer, songwriter and guitarist, Tariro neGitare will on Wednesday 10th December be releasing a single of her incubant second album Chipo Changu currently in oven expected early 2015. The single dubbed Yorira Ngoma (translated, The Drumbeat time) is produced and mastered by the country’s top producer Russel ‘Russo’ Chiradza at This Is Records. It is the first of more collaboration projects ...

Read More »

Women’s Arts Festival gives women a platform to shine

For a long time relegated to the periphery of festivals and shows as the gyrating extras, supporting acts and only named as the ‘and many more’ on show posters, women have finally gotten centre stage in the arts thanks to the Women’s Arts Festival (Wafest) which was held in Harare this November. The festival ended on a high note at ...

Read More »