Home » Top News Story

Top News Story

Harare Tension: Mysterious violence in CBD

Speculations that the Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa led government may imminently implode with deepening rumours the army is preparing to read the embattled President the riot act soon has left the country’s capital city at an uneasy position. A group of more than 100 people has been descending on innocent civilians in the capital’s CBD wielding schamboks, sticks and stones. One ...

Read More »

Mangwenya cements her Gwenyambira legacy

last night saw born Diana Samkange, now dubbed Mangwenya cement her place in the hierarchies of Zimbabwean traditional music and worship as she launched her fifth album KUMANDINDE. Mangwenya held a live launch and performance at the sold out La Rouge bar in Westgate, Harare where she was flanked and supported by Mbira dzeNharira troup. The launch was officiated by ...

Read More »

Minister July Moyo refuses to acknowledge MDC-A

In his official address at the Zimbabwe’s 39th Independence celebrations at the National Sports Statdium earlier today, Local Government Minister July Moyo categorically omitted acknowledging the second biggest political party in his protocol message. Moyo, who took to the podium to introduce and call upon President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa made it crystal clear the political parties he acknowledged were those ...

Read More »

Wikileaks Assange asylum withdrawn, thrown to British Police

The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange who has been holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for the past seven years where he was granted political asylum but could not be emigrated on British soil has finally reached the end of the line. The President of Ecuador shocked the world as he went live on media cancelling the Wikileaks founder’s ...

Read More »

fire guts Hartzell High school

One of the Manicaland five best schools , Hartzell High in Mutare,a fire gut today this morning and noone was injured. The fire is suspected to have started from the cellar of the building as a result of an electrical fault and it has destroyed some of the classrooms. The headmaster of the school Mr Shorwi Kawadza confirmed the incident,says ...

Read More »

Dereck Mpofu to release a new album

A Zimbabwean musician who rose to fame through his song ‘Chisikana Changu Zimbabwe’ Dereck Mpofu is yet to release another album called Godobori featuring local and international personalities. In a statement Mpofu said the album has got 13 tracks which includes ‘Ngithande’ featuring a Zimbabwe comedian Mai Titi , ‘Imali’ featuring Wiyaala from Ghana, and from  ‘Magetsi’ featuring Mr Lorraine ...

Read More »

Journos mourn Judith Makwanya

Veteran ZBC top reporter and diplomatic correspondent Judith Makwanya died yesterday around 11pm at the West End clinic in Harare after she was diagnosed with high blood pressure last Thursday. Makwanya’s condition worsened on Monday evening when she suffered a stroke. She was 56. The Ministry of Information Publicity and Broadcasting confirmed Makwanya’s death “Government learns with sadness of the ...

Read More »

Veteran Journalist Judith Makwanya dies.

The reporter of the former President Robert Mugabe Ms Judith Makwanya has died. Makwanya was admitted into a hospital on Monday with a medical emergency. She was a committed media practitioner and an inspiring voice. Ms Judith Makwanya was the ZBC diplomatic correspondent and challenged crude gender barriers in Zimbabwe’s broadcasting industry. The Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting confirmed ...

Read More »

Ethiopian Airlines crashes, kills 157

An Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed shortly after takeoff from Ethiopia’s capital on Sunday morning, killing all 157 on board, authorities said, as grieving families rushed to airports in Addis Ababa and the destination, Nairobi. More than 30 nationalities are among the dead. It was not immediately clear what caused the crash of the Boeing 737-8 MAX plane, which was new ...

Read More »

Mutambara recommends Zimbabwe to remove self-imposed sanctions

Former Zimbabwean Deputy Prime Minister and Robotics Professor Arthur G.O. Mutambara yesterday said Zimbabwe has no moral authority to talk about foreign imposed sanctions up until it removes the sanctions it has imposed on itself. In an interview with CNBC Africa, Mutambara said he is not interested on sanctions that America is imposing on us, but the self-imposed sanctions like ...

Read More »