By Tawanda Musariri

Police and Army top brass has come out in full defence of the military action in averting anarchy on August 1, 2018 where six civilians died following unrest on the streets of Harare.

The security bosses were testifying before a Commission of inquiry investigating the events of the fateful day.

By Rudo Saungweme

Zimbabwe’s relationship with Japan continues to deepen as Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Professor Mthuli Ncube signed the Exchange of Notes For the procurement of cyber security equipment with Japanese Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr Toshiyuki Iwado yesterday.

By Rudo Saungweme

The Japanese Government has extended an olive hand to Zimbabwe as Minister of Finance and Economic Development Professor Mthuli Ncube has today officially signed a grant aid amounting to 390 million yen (approximately USD$3.6 million) for the provision of cyber-security equipment.

By Christopher Makaza

Netizens from across the country have dismissed and described as stage managed the beleaguered MDC leader Nelson Chamisa`s alleged claims that he on Saturday escaped an attempted abduction by security agents near Ruwa on his way from his Marondera rally.

by Patience Rashai

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance distressed frontman, Nelson Chamisa has resumed his trouble rousing antics again, this time calling for a nation-wide demonstrations while addressing supporters gathered for a ‘Thank You’ rally at Marondera’s Rudhaka Stadium last Saturday

By Christopher Makaza

Elderly residents from Chengetanai and Nazareth old peoples’ homes in Chinhoyi were yesterday treated to an early Christmas when First Lady, Cde Auxillia Mnangagwa paid them a visit to assess their wellbeing and donate some goodies.