tsikamutanda

Tsikamutandas are con-artists who steal from poor people

Exorcists or tsikamutandas (witch-hunters) have been sledged as con-artists impoverishing poor communities through their hefty fines Masvingo provincial administrator Fungai Mbetsa told a multi-sectoral community-based food and nutrition security meeting here this week that his...
Kirsty-Coventry

Kirsty Coventry in gunshot scare

Seven-time Olympic medalist Kirsty Coventry was left holding her heart in her hands following a robbery at a jewellery store in Johannesburg, South Africa — a stone’s throw away from where she was having...
SA hunter Scott van Zyl

Missing hunter might have been eaten by Zim crocodiles

Teams searching in Zimbabwe for missing SA hunter Scott van Zyl, 44, have found what is possibly human remains in two crocodiles they shot. Ex-Colonel Sakkie Louwrens of the Heritage Protection Group (HPG), who is...
mugabe-haircut

Mugabe’s clean chiskop sets social media ablaze

Just like he did when he recently received a “special massage chair” from his Cabinet lieutenants, President Robert Mugabe has sent social media into a frenzy over his shaven head. This comes after the nonagenarian’s...
Fast-Jet

Fastjet increases number of flights on its route between Harare and Victoria Falls

Fastjet has increased the number of flights on its route between Harare and Victoria Falls in response to strong passenger demand. The airline, which previously operated three weekly flights on the route on Tuesdays, Thursdays...
Grandpa-Mugabe

FOREIGN TRAVEL -MUGABE’S OFFICE FAILS TO ACCOUNT FOR $12K

The Office of the President and Cabinet has failed to account for over $12 000 in funds it had allocated to an unnamed official for travel to India. The financial improprieties in President Robert Mugabe’s...
air-zimbabwe

Air Zim fails to submit financials in 8 years

State-owned Air Zimbabwe (Air Zim) has failed to fulfil the obligation to submit financial statements for audit for the past eight years. The insolvent airline — grappling with $300 million in debt — is currently working...
Patrick chinamasa

Zimbabwe seeks money to deal with Cyclone Dineo damage

Through foreign embassies and non-governmental organisations‚ Zimbabwe has appealed to the international community for US$200 million in aid as the country seeks to recover from damage caused by Cyclone Dineo. Reports quoting government sources say...
Free Zim contraceptives

Free Zim contraceptives smuggled into SA for sale

Every month, Nancy (not her real name) and her business partner travel to Zimbabwe to stock up on Marvelon family planning pills She smuggles them back into South Africa, where she sells them at a...
Beitbridge border post

SA introduces biometric capturing system at Beitbridge Border post

South Africa has introduced a biometric capturing system for travellers visiting or leaving that country via Beitbridge Border Post.Pretoria adopted the new programme in July 2014, but its implementation has been delaying due to...

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