THE High Court has ordered former Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Didymus Mutasa to pay lawyers who represented him in his legal battles with the ruling party, outstanding legal fees to the tune of $27 000.
CRACKS have started emerging in the Zanu-PF leadership structures in Mashonaland Central over the controversial resolution that seeks to challenge the party's one centre of power principle that empowers the party President and First Secretary to appoint his deputies.
THE loose political coalition of 2013 elections, which saw MDC-T president, Morgan Tsvangirai emerging as the only presidential candidate, has come to haunt the opposition leader, who is being sued for failing to pay those who brought it together.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has assured President Robert Mugabe that if the increasingly frail nonagerian retires from office now, long suffering Zimbabweans would ensure that he will not suffer retribution or end up being hauled before the courts for the human rights violations he allegedly.
In Zimbabwe everyone is an expert, everyone is an analyst, everyone has a strategy, everyone has a valid opinion, everyone is educated, everyone has an organisation, everyone is everything and on top of that there are over 50 registered opposition political parties.
Ever since Zimbabwe attained her independence President Mugabe and his Zanu PF henchmen and thugs have ruled this country with an iron fist. Even with the overwhelming evidence that their economic policies were not delivering the mass prosperity they promised the nation the regime has continued to stake its claim as the only ones competent to rule Zimbabwe. After 36 years of gross mismanagement an
Five people were killed while several others were seriously injured when a Chitungwiza-bound commuter omnibus they were travelling in burst its rear tyre and veered off the road.The kombi was travelling from Mbare.Eyewitnesses said the driver lost control of the commuter omnibus after the tyre burst, resulting in the vehicle overturning more than three times and landing on the road."l was driving
Fatally stabbing a person in order to steal a cellphone worth $10 has left a robber languishing on the death row while his youthful partner in crime was slapped with a 20-year prison term for the horrendous offence.Tinashe Chikosha (31), who was in the company of Walter Nenyere (23) approached Mr Kenneth Chakauya, who was at Agrifoods Bus Stop in Mbare and stabbed him on the arm with a knife in th
A MAN from Matobo District in Matabeleland South Province allegedly committed suicide by throwing himself headlong through the window of a moving bus near a tollgate at Dinde area outside Hwange on Wednesday night.Police have identified the deceased as Nkululeko Ndlovu (42) from Gulathi Village in Matobo District.Ndlovu was a passenger in an Extra City Bus, which was heading towards Bulawayo, en-r
SIX municipal police officers from the Bulawayo City Council yesterday allegedly handcuffed a vendor, beat him up and stomped on his head until he became unconscious.The cops were carrying out routine raids on unlicensed vendors when they allegedly savagely attacked Mr Mark Chibanda near the City Hall.Angry vendors chased the municipal cops and threw stones at the City Hall.Mr Chibanda of Old Pumu
THE woman who accused Prophet Walter Magaya of raping her yesterday came out in the open and exonerated the man of the cloth saying that she was worried the Acting Prosecutor General was pursuing the matter despite her confession.In a letter dated December 1 addressed to the Acting PG Ray Goba accompanied by an affidavit, the woman insisted that she was never raped.The documents were also copied t
TWO men from Plumtree allegedly offered a lift to a 25-year-old woman and diverted into a bushy area where they took turns to rape her at knife point.Itai Johanes (23) and Simbarashe Chingori (32) both of Dingumuzi area appeared on initial remand before Plumtree magistrate, Mr Joshua Mawere facing rape charges.They were remanded in custody to December 12.Prosecuting, Mrs Rose Sibanda said the woma
A 25-YEAR-OLD Bulawayo kombi driver has been jailed for 24 months for causing the death of four passengers along the Bulawayo-Plumtree highway.Perseverance Tshabalala of Mpopoma suburb was convicted on his own plea of guilty to culpable homicide by Plumtree magistrate, Mr Taurai Manwere.Mbonisi Sibanda, Samukelisiwe Ngwenya, Edith Moyo and Thandazani Mhlanga died following the accident on the 60km