In Hottest News
Mar 31st, 2014
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe will boycott the mammoth European Union-Africa summit after his wife Grace Mugabe was denied a visa to enter Europe, a foreign ministry official said on Friday. “We are no longer going to the EU-Africa. We disagreed on the composition of our delegation,&...
Mar 27th, 2014
The refusal last week by the EU not to allow Robert Mugabe’s former mistress now wife, Grace to attend the EU-Africa Summit to be held in Brussels, Belgium, next week has attracted a major furore within the ZANU-PF led Zimbabwean government. EU Ambassador to Zimbabwe Aldo Dell’Ariccia has confirmed t...
May 6th, 2013
By: Farai Mamina Facebook political gladiator ‘Baba Jukwa’ has gained instant reputation as Zimbabwe’s own version of Wikileaks. The arrogant but well-informed mole always signs off his Facebook posts with the declaration that he rebelled from Zanu PF. Baba Jukwa reveals that in 1977 a “Pink Paper” ...
In Southern Africa
Jan 4th, 2013
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is reportedly ready to relinquish power to Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai should the premier win critical elections expected around June this year, the Zimbabwe Independent has learnt. Report by Owen Gagare Sources close to the two erstwhile bitter rivals revealed that Mugab...
In Press Releases
Nov 22nd, 2012
press release Robert Mugabe has conceded failure to run the government following admittance by his spokesperson, George Charamba today. Charamba lamely claimed that Mugabe donated farming inputs through donations he got from “men and women of goodwill who made available the resources to buy inp...
Sep 25th, 2012
By Kizito Chaka Even if Morgan Tsvangirai impregnates another 40 women within the next few days, and even after this whole Locardia-Elizabeth-Shulubane dancehall, the PM will remain a far greater challenger to Robert Mugabe. No matter what, Mugabe will not stand against a ‘demonic and evil’ Tsvangira...
In Hottest News
Aug 28th, 2012
Finance minister Tendai Biti yesterday said the inclusive government had no money for elections as the August 30 Supreme Court deadline for President Robert Mugabe to call for by-elections in three vacant constituencies beckoned. Mugabe on July 11 lost a Supreme Court appeal to delay the by-elections...
Apr 18th, 2011
HARARE, Zimbabwe — More than a quarter of President Robert Mugabe’s opponents in Parliament have been arrested since agreeing to join the government in a shaky power-sharing arrangement, part of an intensifying campaign of harassment intended to drive them out of office, officials from both sides say...