South African Police Watchdog To Be Headed By Notorious Ex- Cop

By Correspondent , 01 , Mar 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - A former South African police officer once accused of gun running and jailed for a deadly anti-apartheid bombing was named on Friday as the new head of .. Read More →

World Bank in 1.2billion Tunisia Support Programme

By Correspondent , 01 , Mar 2014


Tunis (AFP) - The World Bank on Friday announced a $1.2 billion programme to support economic and political reform in Tunisia after the adoption last month of a new constitution. .. Read More →

CID Harare Arrests Five Commuter Robbers

By Correspondent , 01 , Mar 2014


MEDIA RELEASE Zimbabwe Republic Police detectives (CID) have arrested five suspects for allegedly robbing unsuspecting commuters in Harare using a Toyota Raum. The five suspects are Brighton Kanamaruva (32); Nelson .. Read More →

Jah Prayzah Given Merc By Businessman

By Correspondent , 28 , Feb 2014


MUTARE businessman-cum music promoter, Esau Mupfumi this week gave Jah Prayzah a Mercedes-Benz E240 for winning four awards at the recently held 13th edition of the National Arts Merit Awards .. Read More →

Police Chief Kayihura Scoffs At Donors

By Correspondent , 28 , Feb 2014


Kampala- The police chief, Gen Kale Kayihura, has told Ugandans to desist from the habit of begging and dependence on aid and adopt the culture of self-reliance as the only .. Read More →

Zambian Economy Up By 25% Following Rebase

By Correspondent , 28 , Feb 2014


Lusaka (AFP) - Zambia's economy is now a quarter larger at $16.7 billion (12.2 billion euros) after the changing of its base year from 1994 to 2010, the statistics office .. Read More →

Gender Based Violence Threatens Women`s Development: Muchinguri

By Correspondent , 28 , Feb 2014


By MUNESU NYAKUDYA Zimbabwe`s Minister of Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development Oppah Muchinguri on Thursday said the level of gender based violence remains a concern and major barrier to .. Read More →

Economic Hardships Threaten Social Fabric

By Correspondent , 28 , Feb 2014


By Hosia Beta Women and girls at Hopley Farm, 20 km outside the capital city of Harare are allegedly resorting to prostitution as a means of countering food shortages caused .. Read More →

Marriages Are Not Run On Auto Pilot: Walter Mzembi

By Correspondent , 28 , Feb 2014


Hundreds of people attended the bachelor’s party for Mr Simba Chikore, the First Family’s son-in-law, at a Harare hotel on Wednesday ahead of the grand wedding tomorrow.Tourism and Hospitality Industry .. Read More →

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