BBC Finally Meets President Mugabe After 14 Years

By Correspondent , 19 , Apr 2014


Documentary-maker Roy Agyemang reveals the delicate diplomacy needed to get Zimbabwe’s President to sit down with the BBC . If there is one thing Robert Mugabe dislikes as much as .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Celebrates 34 Years Of Independence

By Correspondent , 18 , Apr 2014


Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and US president Barack Obama on Thursday congratulated Zimbabwe on the occasion to mark its 34th Independence Day today as hundreds of thousands .. Read More →

Soweto, From Guns To BMWs

By Correspondent , 18 , Apr 2014


Soweto (South Africa) (AFP) - Sunday afternoon is showtime in Soweto, a time when it seems everyone in South Africa's iconic township is out on the streets strutting their stuff. .. Read More →

Yes You Can …..

By Correspondent , 18 , Apr 2014


By Walter T. Rambwi Each morning, I get up an hour before my brother and I run about 3.2 kilometers. Initially it was hard for me to discipline myself to .. Read More →

African Ministers Vow To RaiseProductivity And Reduce Unemployment

By Correspondent , 17 , Apr 2014


African ministers resolved to make the necessary effort to increase productivity for investment and growth rate of the agricultural, manufacturing and modern services sectors in order to boost employment on .. Read More →

MDC – T "Tsikamutanda" Album Explained

By Correspondent , 17 , Apr 2014


By Showbiz Reporter Zimbabwe - Opposition MPs for the MDC -T recently launched a five track album entitled "Tsikamutanda" as part of fund raising strategy and many have questioned and .. Read More →

Man Sacrifices Manhood For Non Existent Money

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2014


A-25-year-old galamsey operator, who was bent on getting rich quickly by sacrificing his penis for spiritual money, is cursing his stars after the charm for riches back-fired. Kwaku Boateng of .. Read More →

Zambia Tightens Security At Congo Border

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2014


By Zambian Eye Zambia announced that it has intensified security measures at the boarder with Congo commonly known as Kasumbalesa in Chililabombwe district of the Copperbelt. The government owned and .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Fines Illegal Ugandan Immigrants

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2014


HARARE. - A Zimbabwean court has fined seven Ugandans accused of entering the country illegally. Court said the seven sneaked through the Zambian border on their way to Botswana. The .. Read More →