No tears from Mutasa as DeMbare lose

MatchDay Reporter Dynamos coach, Lloyd Mutasa could have been forgiven had he shed tears again on Thursday afternoon as his youthful side crashed to another 1-0 defeat at the hands of the Kelvin Kaindu coached How Mine in the week five Castle Lager premier soccer league game played at the National Sports Stadium despite innumerable…

Zanu PF wins Mwenezi East

 Takunda Mandura Zanu PF’s Joosbi Omar has won  the Mwenezi East by election parliamentary  seat which became vacant after the death of Zanu-PF House of Assembly representative Joshua Moyo last December. Joosbi   gunned 18700 votes whilst , National Constitutional Assembly  Welcome Masuku had 482 votes  ,  Free Zimbabwe Congress’s  Muhango Turner had  386 votes…

Mentally challenged offenders not meant for prison

Staff Reporter In a statement presented at the recently held Mental  Health Partnership statement meeting in Harare, the Zimbabwe Association of Crime Prevention and Rehabilitation of Offenders (ZACRO) has called on government to come up with better ways of dealing with mentally challenged offenders as prisons were not built to take care and rehabilitate them.

Anger, Ideology and Political Activism in Zimbabwe

By Takura Zhangazha* In early March this year I was invited to share my personal views on political activism in Zimbabwe at a panel discussion at the University of Johannesburg’s department of Sociology.  It was not so much an academic debate but more to do with trying to understand past, present and possibly emerging realities…