I’ll be the first Zim billionaire under 45: Chivayo

Chivayo has been in the spotlight recently for buying flashy cars for well-known musicians and Johanne Masowe apostolic sect leaders and congregants.
By Freeman Makopa 1h ago

Interview: My philanthropic work was prophesied: Chivayo

My personal background has over the years become common cause, particularly in the past few months.
By Freeman Makopa 1h ago

Corruption Watch: Wicknell is bumping with the big boys

There were bits on Chivayo, though, in 2004, when he was virtually unknown. They threw him into the cooler after convicting him of fraud worth US$200,000.
By Tawanda Majoni Apr. 14, 2024

I'm grateful: Madzibaba Zakaria

The sungura musician also thanked Mudzudzu for organising  a birthday gig for him.
By Takemore Mazuruse Apr. 14, 2024

Zanu PF exploits churches

Chivayo was continuing a Zanu PF tradition where ruling party officials are known to gate-crash church events to buy support, especially during the elections.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Apr. 8, 2024

Sir Wicknell: Poorest man in Zim

Is Chivayo really pleased and proud with himself that his masters in the Zimbabwean regime hounded a legend like Mapfumo out of his own country?
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Apr. 2, 2024

Mihlali: An online aggressor or victim?

Ndamase (28) is a prominent figure on social media, revered as an Instagram star, makeup artist, and YouTube content creator.
By Style Reporter Mar. 31, 2024

In the groove: Thomas Mapfumo: Principled and beyond reproach

 Chivayo said that Mukanya had fallen on hard times, a situation that could be easily remedied if he apologised to the ruling Zanu PF party. However, Mukanya was not moved.
By Fred Zindi Mar. 31, 2024

Olinda Chapel 'warns' Zanu PF

Chapel told the ruling party to desist from flashing cash and gifts, but rather tackle people's needs, especially improving the crippled health care.
By Style Reporter Mar. 17, 2024