Tuesday, April 23, 2019

MDC-T refuses to pay hotel lunch bill

MDC-T has not settled a US$2 800 hotel bill it incurred when the party leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai and other top officials had lunch and meetings at Mandava A1 Hotel in Masvingo last year.


Aah I have just bumped into a report that one of our young intelligent officers had written predicting the poll results. It’s interesting. The youngman almost hit the mark. His reasons for our dismal performance were well stated. Unfortunately the powers that be chose to ignore and rubbish the report of the youngman whom they labelled as an alarmist....

Mental patient saves building from fire

Chiredzi - A Chiredzi mental patient last week turned hero after he scared away four unidentified men trying to set the local magistrates’ court on fire by pretending to be an armed police officer.

ZCTU President Lovemore Matombo arrested

Victoria FallS - Award winning African labour body of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) President, Lovemore Matombo (pictured) was arrested on Sunday night while addressing members of his union in this resort town of Victoria Falls, an official confirmed on Monday.

Zimbabweans caught in unventilated freight truck

Tati Town police last Thursday fined four Zimbabweans in an unventilated freight truck along the Francistown-Maun Road near the Orapa turn off.

Eleven men arrested for killing men over US$2

Eleven men have been arrested for allegedly killing a man who refused to pay a US$2 fare after they had offered him a lift in their car.

Robber 'Gift Tyres' died as he lived

Zimbabwe's most-wanted criminal Gift "Tyres" Mwale (55) died as he had lived for the greater part of the last three decades in a hail of bullets.

South African mother murders Zimbabwean baby

Britain - An 11-month-old Zimbabwean baby boy was allegedly murdered by his mother in Britain's Newcastle, it has been reported.

17 000 residents receive ARVs from council clinics

The Bulawayo City Council is providing anti-retrovirals to more than 17 000 residents while 927 died due to HIV/Aids related illnesses in October.

Zimbabwe erects tents for nationals fleeing South Africa

Zimbabwe has set up temporary shelters for scores of its nationals leaving South Africa following threats of attacks on foreigners, an official said Monday.