The mega demo planned for tomorrow is going head, according to the opposition political parties. "We have called this press conference to announce that tomorrow’s march to press for comprehensive electoral reforms is going ahead as planned.

As political parties, we call upon the people of Zimbabwe to come out in their numbers so that we make a loud national expression to demand comprehensive electoral reforms that will ensure that we move away from the culture of contested

Anti-riot police have been deployed in Masvingo town in anticipation of a public demonstration to be staged by opposition parties on Friday demanding widespread electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 general elections.

Local residents expressed dismay over the deployment of the police saying President Robert Mugabe’s government is attempting to silence dissenting voices.

One of the angry residents Paul Rimai Mucheke suburb said the deployment of the police even in high density suburbs

VICE President Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday dismissed allegations of corruption against him and his son Siqokoqela as he explained his stay in a Harare hotel, saying there was a mudslinging campaign by detractors seeking to soil his name.Addressing journalists after handing over day-old chicks to members of the Nketa community here, VP Mphoko denied private media reports that he was corrupt.

The private media claimed recently that VP Mphoko allegedly tried to secure a $350 million loan at 20

There are reports that cops have banned tomorrow’s mega demo saying they do not have manpower to police it.

Opposition parties are going to court to seek clearance. MDC leader, Morgan Tsvangirai and others are scheduled to hold a press conference on the matter this afternoon.

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Police have a constitutional mandate to maintain law and order as to safe guard constitutional rights of citizens, a senior cop has said. The force spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charamba said they had instituted a manhunt for the perpetrators and conveners of yesterday’s violence after some MDC-T youths staged a demonstration leaving a trail of violence in the city Centre. She said there were video footages they were using to track the perpetrators.

Snr Ass Comm Charamba

COMEDIAN Carl Joshua Ncube says “Sir” Wicknell Chivayo flies business class/first class as it is cheaper considering he would have to buy three seats in economy class in order to fit because of his huge frame.

Ncube, who was in Bulawayo earlier in the week on a quest to break the Guinness World Record of the Most Comedy shows in a week, did not waste the opportunity to take a dig at the larger than life business mogul.

“Sir Wicknell has been saying I’m not funnier

Posted by MProfita Mustafa Chikavhu via facebook…

    Have you seen the Kombi teargassed video. .???.. Well let me tell you the story.

    My wife went to town early in the morning to do some errands and got caught up in the violence which led her to taking hostage in joina…being an Australian resident this was a whole new expirience for her and she was terrified to death… who wouldnt be… when teargass was being fired even at 8yr

THERE is growing acrimony between ZANU-PF cadres whose suspensions were lifted by the party’s National Appeals Committee (NAC) and those who assumed their positions in the wake of a ruthless purge in 2014 that targeted former vice president Joice Mujuru and her allies, the Financial Gazette can report.

Dozens of ZANU-PF officials were either shown the door or suspended for varying periods for throwing their weight behind Mujuru as their preferred candidate to succeed President Robert

The recent shock promotion of Nelson Chamisa and Elias Mudzuri into the MDC-T presidium as vice presidents, was allegedly not the party leader, Morgan Tsvangirai’s will but the plotting of outside intelligence forces, a senior government official has claimed.

The stunning disclosure, was revealed to Spotlight Zimbabwe, this week by a high ranking security officer, working close to national security minister, Kembo Mohadi’s office, who was on a two week visit to Canada on

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s tenuous position faces renewed pressure amid growing calls to convert Zanu PF’s annual people’s conference set for Masvingo into an elective extraordinary congress to push him out for allegedly plotting to topple President Robert Mugabe, it has emerged.

NewsDay yesterday learnt that the Zanu PF women and youth leagues were expected to meet this week to sharpen their daggers ahead of the conference slated for December.


AT least 200 suspected panners allegedly ran amok last week, disarming and assaulting two police officers, after they were ordered off a gold claim at Makaha in Mudzi South district.

Police later recovered one of the firearms after calling for reinforcement from Marondera.

National police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the incident yesterday, adding the suspects were arrested and the matter was now before the courts.

“This should be a strong

Sierra Leone President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma who was expected to officially open this year's Harare Agricultural Show did not show up yesterday.

Instead he sent his deputy Victor Bockarie Foh who arrived in Zimbabwe yesterday evening. He is now expected to officially open the 106th edition of the show. VP Foh,was welcomed at the Harare Internal Airport by Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko, Ministers Christopher Mushohwe Joseph Made and senior Government officials.
He immediately

VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday lost his brother, Philip Mnangagwa.

He was 84.

Family spokesperson Mr Patrick Mnangagwa confirmed the passing on of their second eldest boy in the larger Mnangagwa family.

“The Mnangagwa family wishes to announce the death of Mr Philip Mnangagwa who had become the second eldest boy in the larger Mnangagwa family.

“Philip was born on August 23, 1932 in Zvishavane and passed away on the same day in 2016 (at 84) after a long

A Zimbabwean is being sought by cops in Milton Keynes, UK in connection with an attempted murder case.

Thames Valley Police say they would like to speak to Farai Kambarami, aged 25, as he may have information which could help with the investigation.

At around 8.10am on Tuesday the victim, a 34-year-old woman, was driving in Saxon Gate East in central Milton Keynes in a black Vauxhall Insignia when a second car, a black Honda CR-V with registration BT57 OFE, collided with her vehicle.

Thousands of youths — led by Bulawayo Youth Arise (Buya) — are plotting to protest against President Robert Mugabe’s misrule and the worsening economic situation next week.

The youths, drawn from various political parties and several youth organisations, will for the first time join hands in the demonstration, scheduled for August 31.

“It’s no secret that this party called Zanu PF under its old and clueless leader has failed to deliver and it’s a fact

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