Monthly Archives: July 2010

Aspiring president promises to turn Zimbabwe into bread basket of Africa

My presidency will touch lives and turn around Zimbabwe to bread basket of Africa.“I believe in destiny… Goal! One Zimbabwe! One Vision! One Nation! That The People Must Govern! ….“PPP” PEOPLE’S PROGRESSIVE Party is proud to be working with today's youth.

Zimbabwe cricket to build new ground at Victoria Falls

The tri-nation series with India and Sri Lanka at home and John Howard’s nomination for the ICC’s Vice-President’s slot brought Zimbabwe back into the headlines.

ZANUPF Didymus Mutasa and MDC -T Theresa Makone demand release of Mutasa son

Presidential Affairs Minister Didymus Mutasa and Home Affairs co-Minister Theresa Makone on Wednesday went to Mbare, Matapi and Stodart police stations allegedly demanding the release of Mutasa’s son.

Woman sells own child body parts for us$20

A Chipinge mother did the unthinkable when she murdered and sold body parts of her one-and-half-year-old baby to a Mozambican n'anga for $20, in what legal experts said was a hideous crime of a combination of greediness and passion.

Zimbabwe illegal sisters jailed for £123 000 NHS fraud

Two sisters who lived in the UK illegally for many years, and committed almost identical frauds against the NHS, have each been sentenced to ten months’ imprisonment at Luton Crown Court (Monday 28th June 2010).

Chiadzwa's wife in possession of US$18 million diamonds

Jailed diamond dealer Newman Chiadzwa’s wife was last Thursday fined US$700 by a Mutare magistrate after she was found in possession of diamonds worth over US$18 million.

James Makamba's daughter arrested

James Makamba’s daughter has been arrested on charges of not settling her bill. Police late yesterday evening dismissed earlier reports that she had been found in possession of drugs.

PM Tsvangirai fires top aide Chris Mbanga

MDC-T chief of staff Mr Chris Mbanga has been fired while party director-general Mr Toendepi Shonhe faces the chop in the latest manifestation of the factionalism bedevilling Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s party.

Call for applications -Training course on Feminist Leadership – Zimbabwe

Open to applicants from Southern African Region .A course for young feminist advocates in NGOs, the public and private sectors.Organised by: The Institute of peace, Leadership and Goverance (IPLG) at Africa University and The Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA).Venue: Mutare, Zimbabwe, 16 - 28 August, 2010.Deadline for receipt of application is Friday, 09 July 2010.