Thursday, July 27, 2017

Tokoloshe is brought to court

Zimbabwe - A “Prophet” fainted and had to be revived after he battled a tokoloshe which was terrorising female members of the same family in Hwange, Matabeleland North, a court heard last week.

Refugee reunited with her son, after five days in custody

South Africa -A Zimbabwean refugee mother who spent five days in police custody and faced being deported, has been reunited with her four-year-old son.

Zimbabwe: The Curse of Child Prostitution

Harare — There is a saying that politics is the second oldest profession in the world and it is just as sordid as the oldest.Of course, this is not a very flattering thing to say about the practitioners of the profession called politics because the world has seen its fair share of principled, dedicated and people-centred politicians.

Mugabe critic joins The Herald Newspaper

Harare– Zimbabwe’s longest serving journalist and one of President Robert Mugabe’s most strident critics in the media has been called from retirement for the third time – this time to rescue the President’s most fanatical supporter, The Herald newspaper.

Refugees to leave church this week

Johannesburg – Zimbabwean refugees living in and around Johannesburg’s Central Methodist Mission are now set to be moved into temporary shelters, starting with the neediest this week.

MISA Condemns Defamation Charges Against Malaba

The Media Institute of Southern Africa MISA-Zimbabwe has condemned the defamation charges levelled against state- controlled daily The Chronicle editor, Brezhnev Malaba and reporter, Nduduzo Tshuma over an article exposing a maize scandal at the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), published in the paper in February.

Zimbabwe's war veterans set their sights on white farms

Militant supporters of Robert Mugabe descended on some of Zimbabwe’s last white-owned farms yesterday in an orchestrated campaign of intimidation designed to keep him in power.

Zimbabwe's prisons are death-traps

Zimbabwe's prisoners are suffering untold horrors in Zimbabwe's jails. The State is locking them up in hell-holes, condemning them to slow starvation and possible death from nutrition-related illnesses or the vast array of other diseases they are exposed to through unhygienic conditions.

Man loses US$85 000 to bogus traditional healers

A Dzivarasekwa man allegedly lost property worth US$85 000 to bogus traditional healers after they convinced him they could cleanse him of the evil spirits haunting him.

Zimbabwe activist doing well with free expression organisation

Renowned protest singer and freedom of expression campaigner Viomak set up a free expression organisation,Zimbabwe Institute For Free Expression to educate Zimbabwe citizens on free expression issues and human rights.The first of its kind by a Zimbabwean, the organisation is a learning platform for women empowerment and citizens' human rights.
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