A man has said he was raped by former British Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath when he was just 12 years old. The claims come as police urge more potential victims of the former PM to come forward in an investigation into an alleged cover-up of child ...
South African opposition party Economic Freedom Fighter ( EFF) leader Julius Malema in the courtroom on Monday in Polokwane, South Africa.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees are viewed with great respect across the academic world and with general awe in Zimbabwe. First Lady Grace Mugabe and the then Vice President Joice Mujuru get their PhD's (Pic by NewsDay).
TM Pick n Pay yesterday launched the Bargain Bonanza Promotion which runs for two months as it moves to boost sales. TM Pick n Pay has spent over $500 000 in the promotion.
BUSINESSMAN Phillip Chiyangwa is reportedly claiming ownership of Odah Farm through a deed of transfer obtained about three weeks ago while a housing co-operative claims it was granted the same piece of land by government in 2006, NewsDay can ...
Zimbabwe still has a chance to restore its economy in the Renewable Clean energy Era.Renewable energy resources will support our economy, create jobs for the citizens and move Zimbabwe towards a cleaner and more reliable energy future.
South African jazz guru Hugh Masekela showered praises on rising musician Ammara Brown after her outstanding performance at Montclair Resort and Casino last weekend.
Johannesburg - Sex between DJ Donald Sebolai and Dolly Tshabalala - the girlfriend he is accused of killing - was so bad that he asked police to intervene.
The Zimbabwe National Traditional Dancers Association is bracing for the upcoming Harare Agricultural Show as the Arts and Crafts Village at the fair makes a return after over a decade.
New Zealand thumped Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in the second One-Day International in Harare on Tuesday, with openers Martin Guptill and Tom Latham both making unbeaten centuries to level the series for the tourists at 1-1.
As the country's economic crisis worsens and clients get ever more parsimonious, local hookers recently staged a protest at the officers of a donor organisation, demanding access to porridge and cooking oil given to struggling families.