Two years after the Daily News had been shut down a former sub-editor came up with a theory why the paper had refused to register leading to its being shut down.
Zimbabweans have for a change said life is getting better according to a poll by the international polling agency, Gallup, which was released today.
Zimbabweans have for a change said life is getting better according to a poll by the international polling agency, Gallup.
Jonathan Moyo is back in the limelight, overshadowing ZANU-PF spokesman Rugare Gumbo, yet only five years ago he said the ZANU-PF leadership was dictatorial.
British author Gordon Thomas who claims that Britain’s military intelligence agency, MI6, stopped the delivery of Chinese arms to Zimbabwe is wrong.
Energy and Power Development Minister Elton Mangoma today came under fire over the ongoing diesel shortage that threatens to cripple industry and has resulted in an increase in the prices of food and transport costs among other things. “Six months into the new minister’s tenure we are witnessing a reversal of the gains made during Mudzuri’s tenure in the form of the current fuel shortages and conflicting explanations on the causes thereof. It is almost like we have gone back to the times of the last ZANU-PF Energy minister when the nation got inundated with varied and often weird explanations of the causes of the shortages,” several residents said.