Monthly Archives: October 2009

NANGO chairperson threatened with rape

Victoria Falls police arrested NANGO board chairperson Dadirai Chikwengo and Chief Executive Officer Cephas Zinhumwe Sunday October 25 2009 after the NGO Directors' Summer School held 23-24 October 2009 in the resort town.

Roy Bennett farm used for illegal activities

Mutare - A former leading coffee farm in Zimbabwe, owned by Roy Bennett in Chimanimani, is now ground for illegal activities including, sell of opaque beer and gold panning.

Air Zim flight diverted after power cuts

Harare - An Air Zimbabwe flight from South Africa on Sunday was forced to divert to Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport in Bulawayo after failing to land at Harare International Airport due to intermittent landing systems failure triggered by electricity cuts.

Government secretly funds Mugabe-Gono road

Expenses incurred in state-funded construction of a road linking President Robert Mugabe’s Zvimba home and Reserve Bank Governor, Gideon Gono’s farm in Norton area, are not being accounted for.

SA firm involved in illegal Chiadzwa diamond mining

Mutare - A leading South African investigative television series has revealed that a business firm in that country is involved in illegal diamond mining at Zimbabwe’s Chiadzwa diamond fields.

How God arrested me – A true story

Harare -To say the truth, I was completely puzzled when God arrested me.It had never come to my mind that God was trailing me. You might be in the same situation today. You’ve got to keep in mind that God is trailing you and will not give up on you.

Australia bans controversial Zimbabwe cricket boss

Controversial Zimbabwe cricket chairman Peter Chingoka has branded as "outrageous" his ban on entering Australia as his troubled African nation battles for a return to Test ranks.

IMF advises Zimbabwe to save controversial funds

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday advised Zimbabwe to save the controversial 510 US million dollars that was availed by the Bretton Woods institution to build up the country's depleted reserves.

UK plans to resume forced returns to Zimbabwe

Cash and aid repatriation packages worth up to £6,000 are to be offered to failed asylum seekers to go home voluntarily to Zimbabwe, the Home Office announced today.

Mugabe deports UN official Manfred Nowak

United Nations Special Rapporteur on torture Mr Manfred Nowak yesterday returned to his base in Vienna, Austria, after trying to gatecrash into Zimbabwe against the Government’s advice to reschedule his planned visit.