Harare workers declare incapacitation

HARARE City Council employees have declared incapacitation claiming they are unable to report for duty unless their employer increases salaries. In a notice to Mayor Herbert Gomba, Town Clerk Hosiah Chisango, the workers through their unions that include, Harare Municipal Workers Union,  Zimbabwe Urban Councils Workers Union, Water And Allied Workers Union of Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Allied  […]Read More

JUST IN: Joram Gumbo arrested over murky planes deal

By Hope Sarara PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has allowed a second Cabinet Minister to be arrested as his anti-corruption drive once more took centre stage Monday following weeks of inaction. Highly placed sources told that Minister in Mnangagwa’s office in charge of Policy Implementation and a close Midlands associate of the Zanu PF leader Joram […]Read More

Mthuli reject army budget proposal

By Noel Tshuma FINANCE Minister Mthuli Ncube has dismissed 2020, budget proposals by the military among other departments that he argues has already overshot his projections by 400% with more Ministries still to be factored in. In his final remarks at the end of this year’s Parliament pre-budget seminar held in the resort town of […]Read More

FC Platinum slip up, CAPS keep lead

By Sports Reporter DEFENDING Castle Premier Soccer League champions FC Platinum bottled it up triggering angry reactions from fans who wanted to manhandle coach Lizwe Sweswe after watching their side succumb to a shock 0-1 loss to minnows Bulawayo Chiefs at home on Saturday. With CAPS only playing 24hrs later in what looks like a […]Read More

Zanu PF MP calls on ED to fire Minister

By Noel Tshuma AMID reports President Emmerson Mnangagwa is contemplating a Cabinet reshuffle, a Zanu PF MP has called for the dissolution of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs. Angry lawmakers at the pre-budget seminar in Victoria Falls demanded answers from an absent Minister Sithembiso Nyoni after a senior bureaucrat claimed the department had failed to […]Read More

‘ED lying about rights situation in Zim’

By Hope Sarara PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration has been accused of lying after its latest update to the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) on the situation in the country as regards human rights. In a submission to the ACHPR this week, the African branch of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) accused […]Read More

Bosso, Dembare in fresh battle of Zim

By Sports Reporter ETERNAL football rivals Dynamos and Highlanders go to war this weekend in the pick of the crop of the Castle Larger Premier Soccer League Day 29 match set for Sunday. Revived Bulawayo based giants Highlanders are on an eight match unbeaten run and want the scalp of their biggest rivals in the […]Read More

Mthuli’s controversial tax fund roads rehab

By Tapiwa Marimo ZIMBABWE’s dilapidated road infrastructure suffering from years of neglect is now benefiting from Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube’s controversial 2% transactional tax. The tax introduced last year in October has already been a subject of litigation from opposition and human rights group who argue it is illegal. The Statutory Instrument that was used […]Read More

Sikhala faces treason in 2020

By Hope Sarara MDC vice national chairperson Job Sikhala will early next year stand trial on charges of subverting a constitutionally elected government, the party announced Friday. Sikhala was indicted for trial at the Masvingo High Court from 27 January 2020 to 30 March 2020. The Zengeza West lawmaker was arrested early this year after […]Read More

ED threatens to shutdown businesses

By Tapiwa Marimo PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has threatened to shut down companies that continue to wantonly increase prices accusing them of seeking cause social upheaval as part of a regime change agenda. Mnangagwa was speaking at a meeting of the Zanu PF youth league in Harare, Thursday where he warned his government would not hesitate […]Read More