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United States’ role in demos unmasked
The Sunday Mail Darlington Musarurwa in DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania Details of how the United States of America Ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols actively encouraged senior MDC officials to press on with Friday’s demonstrations by assuring them that Washington “would impose punitive measures should Government arrest or assault the... Read more
Former VP Mphoko faces arrest
The Sunday Mail Brian ChitembaInvestigations Editor FORMER Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko faces imminent arrest after resisting officers from the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) who wanted to pick him from his Bulawayo home over allegations of criminal abuse of public office. The ex-Vice President thwarted the arrest on Friday at... Read more
Produce to achieve Vision 2030
The Sunday Mail Zimbabwe can achieve the vision of being an upper middle-income economy by 2030, but it cannot get there through short-cuts, by waiting for hand-outs or by consuming its way to wealth: The only path that works is for us to produce the wealth we need. If... Read more
New Sadc chair calls for sanctions removal
The Sunday Mail Darlington Musarurwa in DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania New Sadc chairperson Tanzanian President Dr John Magufuli yesterday called on the international community to remove sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe, saying the country has “now opened a new chapter and is ready to engage with the rest of the... Read more
Macheso ends 12-year video hiatus
The Sunday Mail Prince Mushawevato SUNGURA king Alick Macheso is for the first time, in over a decade, set to produce a video album. The musician is selecting songs from his last two studio projects — “Dzinosvitsa Kure” (2018) and “Tsoka Dzerwendo” (2016). Macheso’s last video production was for... Read more
Season of madness!
The Sunday Mail Langton Nyakwenda Zifa councillors have urged their leadership to concentrate more on football development instead of expending energy on the endless boardroom wars. This follows last week’s bloodbath at the football mother body, where the Zifa board, led by Felton Kamambo, handed life bans on former... Read more
Freeman serves ‘Gango’ this Saturday
The Sunday Mail Zion Divaris WITH no new albums coming from the usual heavyweight disruptors Alick Macheso, Jah Prayzah and Suluman Chimbetu —Zim dancehall superstars have positioned themselves to fill the void. Hard on the heels of Soul Jah Love’s “Zviri Pandiri Zvihombe”, Freeman will this Saturday unleash an... Read more
Liquidity crunch hits fertiliser firms
The Sunday Mail Martin Kadzere and Enacy Mapakame Fertiliser firms have raised a red flag over a cash crunch to buy foreign currency needed to unlock fertiliser acquired last year but could not be released due to forex shortages. While the availability of forex has improved on the interbank... Read more
It’s never too late to walk down the aisle
The Sunday Mail Emmanuel Kafe Recently in Mutoko IF you thought the wonders of love are age restricted, think again! Sekuru George Chimwendo Karuru (99) and wife Gogo Marian Nyapasi (87) set a record that probably deserves to be recorded in the books of love. Imagine paying lobola at... Read more
MDC protestors remanded in custody
The Sunday Mail Debra Matabvu Twenty-six suspects who were arrested on Friday for participating in an illegal demonstration organised by the MDC Alliance were yesterday remanded in custody to tomorrow for bail application. The gang of 25 men and one woman were arrested for various offences arising from the... Read more