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Monthly Archives: April 2009

Mugabe refuses to honour GPA

Donors wait for proof of change.Five meetings of the three major principles to the Zimbabwe power sharing agreement have failed to unblock the political logjam that has bedevilled the fragile unity government since its inception in February.

Five in court over church violence

Five people were arrested last Thursday following the assault on an Anglican Church priest and his wife in Mutare's Chikanga suburb, we can reveal.

Zimbabwean cleaner Granny Beatrice in X-Factor chance

Newsome cleaner is pinning all her hopes on a date with Simon Cowell.Beatrice Masvingise nicknamed Granny Beatrice has just made it through the first three rounds of X-Factor auditions in Manchester.

Cynthia Mare through to UK talent show semi-finals

Zimbabwean songbird Cynthia Mare has made it through to the Area Finals of the UK talent show ‘Live and Unsigned. The ‘Diet Song’ singer is one good performance away from making it to the National Finals of a show that guarantees a US$30 000 recording contract.

Sanctions cost Mujuru US$6m

European banks are holding more than US$6 million in frozen accounts owned by Zanu (PF) strongman Solomon Mujuru, according to a report released last week.

Church leader in remand prison for 8 years awaiting sentencing

A Seventh Day Adventist Leader Nqobile Sibanda facing murder charges has been languishing in remand prison in Harare for the past eight years, awaiting sentence.

Mutambara calls Mugabe Father Africa says Sikhala

Former MDC MP Job Sikhala has renounced his attachment to Zimbabwe Vice prime Minister and MDC faction leader, Arthur Mutambara over utterances he says have cost the party politically, having called Mugabe Father Africa.

BritaVoice voices out against Zimbabweans abusing the internet

BritaVoice: 'Bringing Voice' .There are some Zimbabweans in the Diaspora who are abusing the privilege of having easy and unlimited access to the internet.

Hypocrisy Over Reserve Bank Cars Exposed

The battle between the Ministry of Finance and Reserve Bank over the allocation of cars to MPs has left ministers open to charges of hypocrisy by the legislators as they have more than two vehicles each while trying to block their colleagues in parliament from taking any from the central bank.

How Gono corrupted the "Independent" media and stole govt funds

Several impeccable sources are now confirming that the Reserve Bank Governor, Gideon Gono, has essentially put all the media in his back pocket.