Musician Jah Prayzah owed his late bouncer Crispen Nyemba three months’ salary, a family relative has revealed. Tamburai Nyemba brother and family spokesperson said Cris revealed to the family shortly after he left the Third Generation Band that he was owed money by the lanky
By Staff Reporter THE High Court in Bulawayo has reinstated Gweru Mayor Hamutendi Kombayi (pictured) who was fired together with Councillor Kenneth Sithole by Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere February this year. Kombayi confirmed the development in an interview with the Zimbabwe Star on Wednesday.
UNDER-siege Mazowe villagers on Monday reportedly slept in mountains as they engaged in running battles with members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police, who had come to evict them for the umpteenth time from the disputed Arnold Farm. According to the villagers, it all started when
By Philmon Jambaya The Harare City Council (HCC) has revealed plans to demolish the filth-ridden Mbare blocks of residential flats which have long become a hot spot for recurrent outbreaks of waterborne diseases such as typhoid. Speaking to local media on Monday, council spokesperson Michael Chideme