He was once my journalism mentor, but today News24 exposes Willem Breytenbach as a sexual predator, writes Adriaan Basson.
Politically and economically Emmerson Mnangagwa will have to satisfy a variety of interests to acquire legitimacy – otherwise it will be business as usual in Zanu-PF, writes Enock Mudzamiri.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe may be facing the last days of his 37 years in power, as lawmakers prepare to start proceedings to impeach him.
Despite earlier reports and general expectation from the public, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has NOT resigned in his much-anticipated address to the nation on Sunday evening. Instead, he said he will preside over the next Zanu-PF congress. Watch.
Talks are set to continue after Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe refused to resign during a crunch meeting with military generals who have seized control of the country. News24 met with Zimbabweans who are still struggling to eke out a living. Watch.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai from the MDC-T addressed the media on Thursday afternoon amid a brewing political crisis in Zimbabwe and reports of a new transitional government taking over. Watch.
What is sad about all this is that what is being done has nothing to do with creating better lives for Zimbabweans. It is all about self serving individuals who think they are entitled to rule this country, writes Crecey Kuyedzwa.
Christopher Mutsvangwa, chairman of the liberation movement, says he was very humbled by what the people of Zimbabwe did on Saturday, and that they want to defeat the tyranny of Robert Mugabe and his family so that Zimbabwe can start afresh. Watch.
Zimbabwe sends the message that failed incumbency does not deserve to be rewarded with succession. And rightly or wrongly, the Zuma brand will bear the brunt of this, says Daniel Silke.
Zimbabwe War Veterans chief Christopher Mutsvangwa has warned of 'fireworks' on Saturday, as President Robert Mugabe continues to dig in his heels after the army stepped in this week in an attempt to force the veteran leader to step down. Watch.
Zimbabwe's only independent member of Parliament and former Zanu-PF member, Temba Mliswa, says citizens in that country are happy that their lives have been placed in the hands of the military. Watch.
Former Zimbabwean vice-president Dr Joice Mujuru and the People's Rainbow Coalition held a press conference, to update the public on the state of the nation and recent developments, after the military staged a suspected coup against President Mugabe.
If investors want a sign that confidence is returning to Zimbabwe following the armed forces’ seizure of power from President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday morning, they should look for stocks to fall.
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R 8 200
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