Anxiety over doubt on Zimbabweans permits in SA

Zimbabwe Exiles Forum (ZEF) executive director, Gabriel Shumba

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Johannesburg, SAJOHANNESBURG – PANIC has gripped Zimbabweans in neighbouring South Africa as the expiry of their permits issued by the host government nears. The Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEPs) lapse on December 31 but it is unclear if they will be renewed. There is confusion each time the...

Lockdown stops Zimbabweans medical tourism to Zambia

Medical service for Zambia, Zimbabwe

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS -THE Level 4 lockdown imposed by the Zimbabwean government last Tuesday, and the earlier restrictions placed by Zambia, are a major blow for local citizens relying on the latter for medical services. Zimbabweans in the border city of Victoria Falls rely mostly on hospitals across the Zambezi...

Where God forgives, man digs up the past


True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAIT is in the nature of Jehovah God to forgive His children for all kinds of sins. He always does so regardless of the sinner’s colour, the intensity of the sin, its hurtfulness, pain or devastation caused by the misdeed or whatever the form of the wrongdoings.

Water rafting at Zambezi sinks to an all-time low

Whitewater rafting Zambezi

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - AT its peak, white water rafting on the Zambezi River, ranked the best in the world, handled over 1 000 clients per day. That was way back in 1998 when tourism was at an all-time high in Zimbabwe and the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) inconceivable.

Govt to pay for security forces’ brutality

Joint operation by Zimbabwe Military Police and Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) in effort to combat COVID-19

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE -THE cash-strapped Zimbabwe government must again pay for the brutal actions of its security forces in quelling demonstrations. A court has ordered the administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to pay more than US$10 000 as compensation to a couple assaulted and tortured by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) and...

‘Jailing of Zuma a victory for democracy’

from TINTSWALO BALOYI in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – CRITICS believe the sentencing of former President Jacob Zuma, for contempt of court, signifies the strength of the rule of law and democracy in South Africa. The Constitutional Court on Tuesday sentenced him to 15 months in prison for his defiance of the court’s orders to...

Lenovo unveils new smart devices line-up

Lenovo Yoga Tab 13

by AKANI CHAUKE in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – THE Lenovo Smart Clock 2 is the highlight of new gadgets the Chinese firm is introducing to the market. Among other items unveiled include the Yoga Tab 13, Yoga Tab 11 and Tab P11 Plus Android tablet. Lenovo believes because of lockdowns over...

Mnangagwa calls for modernising of post office

Emmerson Mnangagwa

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - A modernised African postal service is critical in mainstreaming the continent’s Agenda 2063 through uplifting livelihoods and promoting an integrated region. This is according to Zimbabwe president, Emmerson Mnangagwa. He was speaking while officially opening the just-ended tenth session of the Pan-African Postal...

Lucifer silences worshipping of God under COVID-19


True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAI ALWAYS watch in shame and disbelief the calibre of believers of today. A majority of them call themselves Christians! They choose to worship Jehovah whenever the situation suits them. When the situation gets tough they chicken out. They have no...

First tourism school set for Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls to introduce first school of tourism

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - THE lack of a hospitality training school in Victoria Falls, yet it is Zimbabwe’s tourism hub and one of the most prominent destinations globally, is perhaps the most thing amiss about the city. Operators in the sector have bemoaned this is costly to their operations as...