Mandela Movie Hits South Africa

By Correspondent , 29 , Nov 2013


By Freeman Makopa Mandela long walk to freedom movie opens in South Africa.The movie has been looking to win over audiences with some high profile screenings. The film will be .. Read More →

UK Deports Jamaican Gang Chief

By Correspondent , 29 , Nov 2013


A DANGEROUS London gang leader who attempted to avoid deportation based on human rights grounds has been removed from the country and returned to Jamaica after the Metropolitan Police proved .. Read More →

TB Joshua Named Messiah Of Our Times In Video

By Correspondent , 29 , Nov 2013


By TB Joshua Watch A reader recently sent us an extremely disturbing video. The video was from Emmanuel TV, and showed a woman testifying to her recent deliverance thanks to .. Read More →

South Africa Citrus fruits Imports Suspended By EU

By Correspondent , 29 , Nov 2013


Brussels (AFP) - The European Commission on Thursday suspended imports of citrus fruits from South Africa -- which accounts for about a third the EU's total -- on concerns 'black .. Read More →

Motherhood Delights Gospel Diva As She Prepares To Release Third Album

By Correspondent , 29 , Nov 2013


BY EVANS MURANGANWA Zimbabwean Gospel diva Olinda Marova was delighted to be blessed with a baby boy Michael a few months ago and is still over the moon with the .. Read More →

Cancer Patient (11) Appeals For Assistance

By Correspondent , 29 , Nov 2013


By Martin Muleya Ryan Kwari (11) who resides in Penhalonga, Mutare was diagnosed Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, an aggressive type of cancer, and requires a whooping $150 000 to undergo the .. Read More →

Prices of Newspapers Too High: Zimbabwe Media Commission

By Correspondent , 28 , Nov 2013


By Martin Muleya An official in the Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) has raised concern over the accessibility of valuable information to the public citing that local daily newspapers were selling .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Media Commission Bemoans Under Funding: Mhike

By Correspondent , 27 , Nov 2013


By Martin Muleya The Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) has bemoaned lack of funding to push forward its operations and added that the organization had shelved aside some their projects, a .. Read More →

Zim Government Sets Plans For Informal Traders To Pay Tax

By Correspondent , 27 , Nov 2013


By Martin Muleya Government of Zimbabwe plans to incorporate players in the informal sector to also comply with the labour laws and regulation which will see them paying tax. Speaking .. Read More →