Monthly Archives: July 2009

Pet python strangles sleeping child in bed

A family has been left distraught after a huge pet snake escaped from its cage and strangled their young child.

Hecklers were failed asylum seekers, says British Minister

The British minister responsible for Africa says Zimbabweans who booed and jeered at Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai during an address at London's Southwark Cathedral were failed asylum seekers who had their own agenda.

BBC placed charity worker in danger

Edith Tsamba,a Zimbabwean charity worker has fled to South Africa after she claims the BBC ‘identified’ her - placing her on President Robert Mugabe’s murder hit-list.

Robbers gun down businessman

A Murehwa businessman was last Friday shot and killed by three armed robbers who raided his shop at Chigumirirwa Business Centre in Musami.

PM Tsvangirai denies violating media laws

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai on Tuesday dismissed claims by Media, Information and Publicity permanent secretary George Charamba, that he could be breaking the country’s media laws by publishing his newsletter without a licence.

MDC-T MP criticises Tsvangirai

Harrison Mudzuri, the legislator for Zaka Central representing the MDC, has attacked his party’s president, Morgan Tsvangirai, saying he is pretending all is well in Zimbabwe when violations continue despite the establishment of the inclusive government.

Simba Makoni launches political party

Dawn turned out at Stoddart Hall in Mbare today to witness the official launch of MKD as a political party.