A photo has appeared online showing a Zimbabwean woman who claims she has a child with Julius Malema. While the original source of the story can not be verified, what is striking is how the child in the story resembles EFF leader Julius Malema.
LOCAL safari operator, Emmanuel Fundira, risks losing his immovable property in Cape Town, South Africa, over an undisclosed debt owed to Body Corporate Atlantic Shores, NewsDay has learnt.
Like every province, they will host the 21st February Movement celebrations for this year on Saturday. Coincidentally, today is the President's Birthday (many happy returns).
Metallon Corporation Limited saw its gold output dropping 2% to 94 212 ounces in 2016 on the back of a fall of the ground at its major mine, How Mine, which impacted on production and power supply interruption at all the mines.
THE Government has called on farmers to participate at the upcoming Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) and take advantage of the trade showcase to penetrate the export market.
Gwata, who is based in London, told NewsDay on the sidelines of the Nama reception held at Dandaro Inn last Friday, that she was committed to supporting people at the grassroots level.
AFTER announcing that they were going to release their second album in March, Bulawayo musician, Martin Sibanda and Ndolwane Super Sounds have pushed further the date of their album, titled Konke Sizok'lungisa, to April 29.
HARARE - Vocalist-cum-dancer Pamela “Gonyeti” Zulu, who went solo six months ago after quitting Jah Prayzah's Third Generation Band, is happy with the progress she is making.
WITH less than two weeks to go before the Afrobasket qualifiers begin, the senior women's basketball team coach Erinos Katsaruware says they are making progress ahead of the event in Mozambique.
Each week in the United States, about 300 children are diagnosed with cancer. Many of them will be offered treatment as part of a clinical trial that tests different drugs or different ways to give standard drugs.