The Contentious Picture There was a rumpus on social media after musician Willis Watafi posted a group picture in which he posed with topless teenagers.
First Lady Grace Mugabe’s favourite DRC and rhumba maestro, Koffi Olomide is in the country for the Harare International Carnival where he will perform at the Rhumba Night slated for the Long Cheng Plaza. Koffi Olomide shot to the zim scenes when Grace pulled him into the country for her daughter Bona’s wedding. He will perform on Friday night at Long Cheng Plaza whilst elsewhere music fans will be treated to reggae and samba nights.
Staff Reporter| In a sheer lack of shame fame buying move First Lady Grace Mugabe donated a variety of goods confiscated from poor Zim importers by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority at the Forbes Border Post in Mutare, to appease thousands of ZANU PF supporters in Chimanimani. Taking notes? Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko appears to be listening attentively to Grace Mugabe.
At least 10 Harare motorists have dragged Harare mayor, Benard Manyenyeni to the High Court through an urgent chamber application seeking the release of their impounded vehicles. BY CHARLES LAITON They are arguing council officials were illegally and corruptly charging unjustified fees. The motorists said Harare City Council had decided to raise money through illegal and corrupt means and was charging unwarranted fees through what they called “storage”.
Police in Botswana have reportedly arrested an armed former Zimbabwean soldier at his rented house in Mmopane Block 1 in that country. Botswana newspaper The Voice reported yesterday that Mike Graduate Mutizwa (43) appeared at the Broadhurst Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday charged with two counts of unlawful possession of arms of war
The BaTonga of Binga and Hwange in Matabeleland North, Gokwe North in the Midlands and Nyaminyami in Mashonaland West are sometimes called “basilwizi,” meaning “people of the great river.” The name is derived from the fact that the BaTonga lived for centuries on the fertile lands on the banks of the Zambezi River. There, they grew crops on the floodplains of the great river, harvesting enough for household food security.