A 27-YEAR-OLD Mutasa man who unashamedly quenched his sexual desire on his little nine-year-old sister will spend the next 18 years behind bars. Barnabas Mabvurira, who is a step-brother to the young girl, was convicted of raping her sister by Rusape regional magistrate Mr Livingstone Chipadza, who suspended two years of the sentence on condition of good behaviour
President Robert Mugabe has left Harare for China on a state visit that is set to cement the existing bilateral ties between the two countries. President Mugabe, who is accompanied by the First Lady Grace Mugabe, a huge entourage of hangers on and ministers who sit in the Zimbabwe-China Joint Permanent Commission, was invited to the Asian economic powerhouse by his Chinese counterpart President Xi Jinping. Mugabe and his delegation was seen off at the Harare International Airport by Vice President Joice Mujuru, the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Didymus Mutasa, Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda, senior government officials and service chiefs.
Professor Masipula Sithole was a prominent Zimbabwean nationalist and political scientist who died in the United States in 2003. Below is one of his speeches delivered at a Harare Hotel in which he looks at why people revolt. MASS PUBLIC OPINION INSTITUTE SEMINAR SPEECH 7 March 2002 Monomotapa Crowne Plaza (Great Indaba Room) When people revolt and Why
Written by The Herald MDC-T supporters yesterday caused a stir at the Harare Magistrates Courts, baying for the prosecutor’s blood after she revoked bail granted to party MP for Harare, Ronia Bunjira and six others. Prosecutor Ms Barbra Ndoro had to be whisked away using the back door to the chambers after a mob gathered at the courtroom entrance waiting for her to step outside
FOR scalding her husband with hot cooking oil after he refused to turn-off music from a DVD player last week earned a Penhalonga woman 24 months imprisonment.
BY now it is expected that the government should have found its feet to address concerns of the electorate. Noel T Ngangira It is therefore out of patriotic concern that gloves have to be off in debating economic development issues to find solutions that may assist in steering the economy to a growth trajectory. Just as the liberation war required commitment and sacrifice to achieve the desired outcome, the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Social and Economic Transformation (ZimAsset) requires the same level of commitment to succeed.
Ricky Zililo Senior Sports Reporter HIGHLANDERS dribbling master, Rahman Kutsanzira is likely to make a return to first team action tomorrow at Mandava Stadium against FC Platinum after recovering from an injury that had kept him on the sidelines for more than three months. The slim attacking midfielder last featured for the Bulawayo giants, who are breathing heavily on the neck of defending champions Dynamos on Week Six during his team’s 4-0 drubbing of Caps United at Barbourfields Stadium.