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POLICE in Harare yesterday assaulted and detained Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) online reporter Tapiwa Zivira for four hours, accusing him of recording video footage of their ongoing blitz against touts operating in the central business district.
A NEWSPAPER owned by a cabinet minister, Obert Mpofu, is on the verge of collapse amid reports it has been failing to pay workers on time for months.
A JILTED 22-year-old Gwanda woman is battling for her life at the United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) after she doused herself with paraffin before torching herself in a futile bid to commit suicide following a domestic dispute.
FOUNDING MDC member and former Midlands South secretary Frank Gwanzura has blasted First Lady Grace Mugabe over sensational claims she made that their party was formed in Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s house.
MDC-T national chairman Lovemore Moyo escaped death by a whisker on Saturday night after the car he was travelling in hit a cow before encroaching into the opposite lane, where it collided with a haulage truck along the Harare-Chivhu Road.
BOTSWANA Stock Exchange-listed Choppies Enterprises on Friday opened another store in Bulawayo as it strengthens its foothold on Zimbabwe’s retail sector.
FAMED former Highlanders juniors coach Ali “Baba” Dube says the current senior team is not worried about results but the month end pay cheque.
SENATOR Matson Hlalo will today approach the courts seeking to overturn the MDC-T Bulawayo provincial elections in which he lost to the city’s deputy mayor Gift Banda.
TOP South African musician Dan Tshanda says his fans in Zimbabwe will have to wait a little longer to see him perform as he is still searching for the “right promoter”.
HIGHLANDERS’ horrible performance in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) match against Caps United at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, raised a number of questions, but players say there are no problems at the club that are affecting their work.