Monthly Archives: July 2010

U.S. Embassy to host American colleges and universities fair

The United States Embassy will host a unique American Colleges and Universities Fair allowing former students and teachers at U.S. universities to provide information about their colleges.

President Obama to host young African leaders

In Washington, from August 3rd to 5th, President Obama will host the President's Forum with Young African Leaders- drawing 120 youth from Africa, including three Zimbabwean youth leaders.

Maguwu to be charged with possession of stolen mercedes benz

Police have come up with fresh charges against Farai Maguwu, the diamond rights researcher, released on bail three weeks ago on allegations he passed false information on rights violations in Chiadzwa.

Nigerian married to Zimbabwean accused of employing illegal immigrants.

A Labour donor helped by Harriet Harman after giving up to £5,000 towards her election campaign was yesterday accused of employing illegal immigrants.

MDC 99 leader Job Sikhala's house bombed

MDC99 leader Job Sikhala had his residence bombed late on Friday and he claims this could be the work of Zanu PF.

Zimbabwe gay rights activist cleared of porn charge

A Zimbabwean gay rights activist was found not guilty of pornography charges after a police raid in May on his group's offices, his lawyer said Monday.

S.A youth speaker, Siya Mapoko to address the SADC youth forum 2010

SADC Youth Forum today announces the participation by influential and renowned South African youth, Siya Mapoko Founder of amongst other organizations, the Mapoko Research...

Ambassador Makuvise angry at Stanford Biti for exposing him

Zimbabwe's Ambassador to Germany, Mr Hebson Makuvise, has challenged MDC-T secretary-general Mr Tendai Biti to counsel his young brother Stanford against bringing MDC-T and the country into disrepute by disseminating falsehoods in the United Kingdom and on the Internet.

Zimbabwe political violence victims still bitter

Thandiwe Ncube cannot conceal her pain and bitterness when she speaks about her husband's murder nine years ago by suspected militant backers of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe.

Britain based Zimbabwean declared student nurse of the year

In the first of an occasional series, Taking Notes goes behind the scenes at west middlesex hospital to look at the lives of staff members who have interesting stories to tell. first up is 38-year-old student nurse calvin tendekai maenzanise from cranford.