by Tawanda Musariri

Hooligans walking from mainly high density suburbs in Harare and Bulawayo have charged into town, harassing ordinary people and businesspersons going about their peaceful daily business. The violence parties are using social media to coordinate their efforts as well as to intimidate the public from accessing the CBD and enjoying their constitutional freedoms to work for their families.

by Rudo Saungweme

The rise in fuel prices has been applauded by some citizens indicating that the precious liquid which was now scarce a situation which was exacerbated by black market has been resolved.

By Tawanda Musariri

Chief Magistrate, Mr Mishrod Guvamombe has been suspended effective Friday 11 January 2018 pending investigations into how suspects under trial ended up taking attachment jobs at the same courts trying them.

By Derick Tsimba

Harare City Council (HCC) woke up early this morning running unclean water to the puzzlement of Harare residents. This follows the council’s recent notice of a routine maintenance at Morton Jeffrey to ensure residence get clean water.

By Zivanai Dhewa

Political analysts and some captains of industry have come out in support of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s foreign trips where he has resumed his diplomatic offensive in an effort to continue his engagements and re-engagements in order to foster good relations with other countries.