Zim, Zambia fallout an unwarranted diplomatic impasse

Mnangagwa should know that he is not a regional prefect who stamps his authority beyond the country’s borders.
By Newsday 19h ago

Border police intercept 10 pistols in hearse

In Beitbridge, a group of youths used airpistols bought from a local shop to rob their victims before they were arrested and jailed in 2016.
By Rex Mphisa 19h ago

Letter from America: Chivayo and Russia: Lessons from South Africa

The loss of power by the African National Congress can easily be explained. Brother Owen put it succinctly.
By Kenneth Mufuka Jun. 23, 2024

Cosafa should just spare us the 'beatings'

On that premise, whichever team Tapera is taking to South Africa, the appeal is : Please, spare us the beatings, we have had enough.
By Michael Kariati Jun. 23, 2024

Zambia takes ED to AU, Sadc over diplomatic row

In a recent meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Mnangagwa criticised Zambia’s relations with western countries particularly the United States.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 22, 2024

Four Zimbos jailed 65 years in SA

The five-man gang broke into the clinic, making off with laptops and computers before fleeing the scene in a red Nissan Hardbody bakkie.
By Rex Mphisa Jun. 22, 2024

Model defines journey as full of grace

I am a 16-year-old student at Midlands Christian College in Gweru. I was born in Bulawayo and went to Petra College Junior.
By Sharon Zebra Jun. 22, 2024

Warriors face grim Afcon draw

The Warriors suffered a deflating 2-0 loss against Lesotho before they were humbled 3-1 by South Africa in the World Cup qualifiers that were played in South Africa last week.
By Henry Mhara Jun. 22, 2024

No company is safe from hacking attacks: Potraz.

Potraz director for data protection Tsitsi Mariwo who was representing director general Gift Machengete said the digital economy without consumer protection will be disastrous.
By Evans Mathanda and Nicole Madziwa Jun. 22, 2024