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Bona Mugabe files for divorce

According to her lawyers, the divorce summons were filed yesterday at the Harare High Court.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 8, 2023

Ideals of liberation struggle are being trashed

What happened soon after independence in 1980 to date is completely opposite to their expectations and reasons for their supporting the liberation struggle.
By Amh Voices Feb. 26, 2023

ZBC workers demand US$ salaries, land

ZBC workers committee chairperson Maushe Mutetepi yesterday told Parliament that 50 members of staff quit last year due to low salaries, adding that the brain drain was likely to escalate.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Feb. 3, 2023

Letter to my people: They have sold their souls

He took 10 ministers and even a graphic designer and several youth representatives not attached to any organisation on what has become the trip of shame.
By Doctor Stop It Dec. 4, 2022

Zanu PF gobbles 90% of ZBC airtime: Baz

It further states that in ZBC news bulletins, Zanu PF accounted for 90% of airtime, which is 222 minutes, with the opposition parties sharing only 23 minutes.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 29, 2022

When cheaters get cheated

Of course, some infiltrators tried to pour sand into the pot during the Central Committee elections.
By Muckracker Oct. 14, 2022

Underpaid ZBC workers seek ED’s intervention

The ZBC workers said they sought Mnangagwa’s intervention after previous unfruitful efforts to have their grievances attended
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 8, 2022

In the groove: Did hicc concert mark end of sungura?

Sungura music (sometimes referred to as Museve) at some point used to be Zimbabwe’s most popular music genre especially in the 1980’s.
By Fred Zindi Oct. 2, 2022

Chihota elected contractors youth chairperson

“As you are aware, the challenges faced by youth in the construction industry are totally different to those faced by seasoned contractors. 
By The Standard Oct. 2, 2022