Questions are being raised over the exact nature of the relationship between President Robert Mugabe and his family with various controversial characters and dodgy dealers, including ex-convict-turned businessman Wicknell Chivayo.
THE family of 16-year-old Tawanda Musvipa, killed in March after an accidental discharge of an anti-aircraft machine by soldiers conducting drills near Inkomo Barracks, has accused the army of failing to honour the promises it made to the family following the incident. Wongai Zhangazha Tawanda was shot on the right side of his chest and left lower back by a 12,7mm anti-aircraft gun which travels at 600 metres per second during assembly at Delamore Secondary School
THE Zimbabwe Independent newspaper, the country’s leading business weekly on Saturday commemorated 20 years of telling the story as it is. Below is the video link of the festivities.
THE Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) has been caught up in multi-million dollar energy tender scam after revelations that some crucial projects were awarded to ex-convicts and drug traffickers. There have also been reports that the project costs were massively inflated
IMMIGRANTS from the region, mainly Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique, contributed immensely to this country’s development and ensured that it became one of the most successful countries on the continent before it was ruined by inept leadership, poor policies and a narrow national project based on repression and exclusion of others — systematic marginalisation of other citizens and cultures.
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has axed all the national selectors as the organisation continues with its restructuring exercise. By Kevin Mapsure Cricket national team coach Davenell “Dav” Whatmore will select the training squad.