• Zambia Suspends 3 Private Broadcasters For Posing Security Risk During Elections

    Tuesday, 23 August 2016 CHANNELZIM

    Zambia's broadcasting regulator on Monday suspended the licenses of three private broadcasters, saying they had posed a risk to peace and stability during this month's presidential election. President Edgar Lungu narrowly won the August 11 poll and his opponent Hakainde Hichilema has...

  • ZINASU Plans Demos Over Worsening Students Plight

    Tuesday, 23 August 2016 Radio VOP

    HARARE – The Zimbabwe National Student Union (Zinasu) says it has planned countrywide protests to press government to address the increasingly tough economic conditions which have led to massive...

  • Zimbabwe Pastors Speak Out on Prophet Magaya Facing Rape Charges

    Tuesday, 23 August 2016 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON DC — Some Zimbabwean pastors say the law should take its course on popular prophet Walter Magaya accused of allegedly raping a 25 year old university student. Several pastors of various...

  • Zanu PF Factions Clash Over Parly By-Election Candidates

    Tuesday, 23 August 2016 VOA Studio 7

    NORTON — Two factions of President Robert Mugabe's ruling Zanu PF party have clashed just outside Harare in a primary election to fill a parliamentary seat left vacant following the expulsion of...

  • Zimbabwe Court Acquits WOZA Leader, 9 Other Protesters

    Tuesday, 23 August 2016 VOA Studio 7

    BULAWAYO — Ten women facing criminal nuisance charges following their were arrest during a protest outside the venue of an international cricket match earlier this month, had the charges dropped...

  • Some Byo residents sceptical of biometric voting system

    Tuesday, 23 August 2016 Radio Dialogue

    BULAWAYO - Some residents in Bulawayo have expressed scepticism over the introduction of biometric voting system saying there is a need to first perfect the current system, the manual before moving...

  • SA, Zimbabwe Goods Smuggling Incidents On The Rise

    Tuesday, 23 August 2016 CHANNELZIM

    The ban on some foreign import goods in Zimbabwe has resulted in the increase of incidents of smuggling by informal traders and private people along the border across the Limpopo River. The...

  • Kondozi Ghost Haunts Zanu PF As Former Co-Owner Bares Soul On Seizure

    Monday, 22 August 2016 Radio VOP

    HARARE - ZANU PF opportunists, driven by greed and self-entitlement, conspired to annihilate Kondozi Estate in order to settle one of their inner cabal, Chris Mushowe, in the processunwittingly...

  • Zimbabwe Freezes Government Hiring as It Struggles to Pay Wages

    Monday, 22 August 2016 CHANNELZIM

    Zimbabwe’s government ordered a freeze on hiring of state workers as it struggles to meet a wage bill that accounts for more than 80 percent of its revenue, a finance ministry document shows. The...

  • Is it easier to be President of Zimbabwe than being a grade 6 teacher?

    Monday, 22 August 2016 VOA Studio 7

    When schools opened for their first term in 1999, my father - who was a grade six teacher - was summoned to the headmaster's office and was told that, since he had turned 65 years old a few days...

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