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Rights Lawyers Group Forces Byo Poly to Rescind Expulsion of Student

Authorities at Bulawayo Polytechnic have reversed their decision in which they had expelled a motor mechanics student for alleged misconduct following the intervention of the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights who protested the institution’s decision. Lawson Machida, a mechanical student at Bulawayo Polytechnic was expelled on 4 November 2020 by Gilbert Mabasa, the Principal at […]

UK Provides Support To 750,000 COVID-19 Affected People Across SADC

Today, the UK has announced £7 million to provide much-needed essential services and food assistance to almost 750,000 people, including 14,000 households and nearly half a million migrants who have been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic across Southern Africa. The region has been hard-hit by a prolonged drought and the COVID-19 pandemic has further […]

Namatai Kwekweza Pleads Not Guilty As Trial Commences

Two budding pro-democracy campaigners on Tuesday 1 December 2020 pleaded not guilty to charges of promoting public violence when their trial commenced before Harare Magistrate Vongai Muchuchutu-Guwuriro. 22 year-old Namatai Kwekweza and 23 year-old Esther Vongai Zimudzi denied accusations preferred against them of participating in a gathering with intent to promote public violence, breaches of […]

Impala Car Rental CEO’s Statement Against False Online Publications

Over the past few months, Impala Car Rental has been subjected to a sustained and spirited online media campaign that seeks to tarnish the image and reputation of the company. Despite all the steps we have taken to facilitate investigations, the online media attacks continue, with the latest one being the blatantly false story that […]

Harare Hindus Collecting Donations For Less Fortunate During Xmas Season 

The Hindoo Society Harare (HSH) is collecting donations for giving to less fortunate during upcoming Christmas season.  The collections include clothes, toys, footwear, etc. “Help us to help the less fortunate and make this festive season special for them”, HSH “Appeal for Christmas Donations” states.  Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) […]

Sector Priorities For NDS Implementation

By Victor Bhoroma Zimbabwe launched its new 5 year economic blueprint called the National Development Strategy (NDS-1) on 16 November 2020. The new plan succeeds the Transitional Stabilization Programme (TSP) that ends this year after running a 2 year relay from 2018. NDS1 will run from 2021-2025 in line with Zimbabwe’s vision 2030. The overarching […]

Higherlife Foundation And Delta Philanthropies Host Vision 2050 Webinar Series

Harare, Zimbabwe. November 30, 2020 – Higherlife Foundation and Delta Philanthropies this week host a 5-part virtual webinar series under the theme Catalysing Vision 2050. From 1 – 3 December 2020 the organisations bring together a cosmopolitan array of speakers for conversations on Education, Health, Rural Transformation and Sustainable Livelihoods, Disaster Relief and Preparedness and […]

Makunura Misses Mountaneers

FORMER Mountaineers coach Shepherd ‘Shepp’ Makunura says he will miss the support that he got from the players, administrators and fans in Mutare as he returns to his old club – Southern Rocks. By Fungayi Munyoro Makunura who guided the Mountain goats to three successive Logan Cup titles was recently appointed head coach at Southern […]

Army Boss Barred From Prophet T Freddy’s Mazowe Mine

The High Court of Zimbabwe has barred a top Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) officer from interfering in Goodness and Mercy Ministries (GMM) founder, Prophet Freddy’s mining operations in Mazowe. Colonel Richard Mapanda has been allegedly terrorizing the popular prophet’s mine workers threatening to kill them, prompting the preacher to approach the courts. “It is ordered […]