[The Herald] Two Chinese men who shot Kevin Guzah and Kudzai Nduku after mistaking them for armed robbers in Belgravia early this year were last week sentenced to an effective 33 months in prison, while their Zimbabwean accomplice was sentenced to an effective 21 months in prison.
[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance principal Tendai Biti related before a Harare court Friday the gripping tale of his dramatic escape bid to neighbouring Zambia with suspected state agents in deadly pursuit while relatives were viciously harassed back home.
[New Zimbabwe] Russian president Vladimir Putin will help Zimbabwean counterpart President Emmerson Mnangagwa “to stabilise the political situation”.
[263Chat] Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) has urged the Reserve Bank Zimbabwe (RBZ) to publicize the total amount of externalized funds and assets recovered since President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced a three-month amnesty window for the return of public funds illegally stashed abroad by individuals and companies.
[VOA] A Zimbabwean pastor and political activist has been acquitted of charges of subversion against the government of ex-President Robert Mugabe.
[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe left Harare Monday for South Africa without wife, Grace, who remains at the centre of a legal storm after a Johannesburg hotel brawl with a 20-year-old model last month.
[The Herald] As harmonised elections scheduled for 2018 approach, there is discernible movement and reconfiguration in Zimbabwe’s politics with the entrance of independent candidates set to change the game. Last week we featured activist Fadzayi Mahere, whose entrance and declaration to run as an independent MP have been seen as a threat by the main opposition. Another independent, Dr Nkosana Moyo (NM), has declared his intention to run for President and accuses the opposition of failing to “articulate
[News24Wire] A short video has emerged on social media of Zimbabwean traffic cops assaulting a man at the side of a busy suburban road.
[News24Wire] Botswana authorities have reportedly shot at least 22 cattle that were allegedly stolen from Zimbabwe’s Bulilima district.
[The Herald] About 20 percent of Zimbabwean births over the past five years occurred at home, statistics which experts have described as unacceptably high.