Biti Tells Mnangagwa’s Govt How Power Crisis Can Be Resolved Immediately
The power situation can be resolved immediately by any decent caring and competent govt. As a matter of urgency, the regime should scrap the fuel subsidy to Sakunda and Trafigura and use that to guarantee the importation of at least 400 MW of energy.
MaShurugwi armed with AK-47 besiege village
THE level of crime in the country especially around mining areas is threatening to get out of control after a gang of nine robbers armed with an AK-47 rifle and a pistol besieged five homesteads in Fort Rixon area in Insiza District where they got away with money and cellphones from suspected gold dealers.
Cops demand bribes over MDC activists’ party
Police officers reportedly demanded bribes from Rushinga shop owners for allowing MDC activists to hold their party at the centre.
Zimbabwe Peace Projcet reported in its latest report that in another incident, MDC youths threw a party in a local shop in Rushinga at Chimhanda Township in ward 15 on 23 December 2019.
Zim Wet Spell To Continue
THE rains being experienced in most parts of the country are expected to continue pounding this week with warnings of flash floods in some parts, the Meteorological Services Department, has said.
“Then Some Say I Must Resign? I’m Not,”-Zimbabwe’s Energy Minister
Zimbabwe’s Energy Minister, advocate Fortune Chasi has said that he is not going anywhere, at least soon, despite numerous calls for him to leave his job.
Winky D speaks out
Dancehall chanter Winky D’s camp has for the first time going into detail about how their efforts into putting together a massive event for the release of his Njema album almost went up in smoke right at the eleventh hour.Intimidation from mysterious political forces and a sudden brush with the law threatened to derail their progress.
AKA DUMPED DJ ZINHLE
A source says the couple called it quits last month, but, in an Instagram message, Zinhle claimed she could not live without him.Rapper AKA allegedly ended his relationship with DJ Zinhle on the eve of her birthday last year.
Armed Iranian Arrested Around Donald Trump Resident in United States
An Islamic Republic of Iran national armed with 2 knives, a machete, and a pickaxe has been detained by law enforcement officials shortly from United States President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Sunshine State, media reported on Saturday.
FROM MUSIC CONCERTS TO PULPIT
GOSPEL music power couple of Charles and Olivia Charamba last year surprised many when they left the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM) to form their own church, Rooted in Christ Ministries. The couple, undoubtedly the most successful gospel duo with several hit songs under their belts and multiple music awards, launched their service at the Zimbabwe College of Music.
Prophet Uebert Angel shocks congregants*
Philanthropist, businessman and man of the cloth, Prophet Uebert Angel and his wife BeBe Angel shocked several lucky congregants from GoodNews Church in London, by paying outstanding bills and debts during a special service last Sunday.
ZIMRA RAKES $60 MILLION FROM VENDORS
ABOUT 16 000 Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) registered to formalise operations of their businesses last year with the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) raking about $60 million from the new registrants in the process.
MORE DUTY FREE BUSES EXPECTED
Government has extended to December, free duty on all public service buses imported by licensed operators.