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Zapu fears Ndiweni could be poisoned in prison

THE opposition Zapu party says it feared controversial Ntabazinduna chief and fierce government critic, Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni could be poisoned in jail. Ndiweni was jailed 18...

MDC dragged to court for failing to pay salaries

THE MDC has been dragged to court by five former employees for failing to settle US$222 000 in salaries. The five, Tafadzwa Chakanyuka, Aleck Tabe,...

Demo bans: MDC moans State of Emergency

THE MDC has described as a de facto State of Emergency, the ban and police siege on city centres in which the party had...

Zanu PF youths blast US ambassador for ‘meddling’ in Zim politics

THE Zanu PF youth league has accused US ambassador to Zimbabwe, Brian Nichols of sponsoring terrorism in the country and further called on President...

MDC demo invites more death threats for ZCTU leaders

LEADERS of the country’s biggest trade union group have received more death threats from anonymous individuals who are reportedly irked by their tough stance...

MDC demo ban forces halt in protest court challenge

LAWYERS representing some business groups, churches, and MDC, in a matter in which the main opposition was being challenged to stop its Bulawayo protest,...

Another blow for MDC as police ban Bulawayo demo

POLICE in Bulawayo have banned an MDC demonstration which was planned for the city this Monday to protest rising poverty levels in the country...

“Where Did Tsvangirai Get ‘Security Sector Reform Agenda’ & Why It’s Important?”

Socialite known as Matigary has claimed that former Prime Minister, the late Morgan Tsvangirai did not come up with the idea of security sector...

Impact of prohibited MDC demo felt in Mutare

Mutare: The impact of the prohibited mass demonstration which was called by MDC Friday was felt in the eastern border as business slumped while...

Chamisa vows more protests despite Harare ban

MDC president Nelson Chamisa has vowed his party shall organise more protests despite a police ban – later endorsed by the courts – on...