Farai Magombedze Jesus Christ once courted controversy by saying “You will know the truth and the truth will set you free” while addressing Jews. At that time, the Jews were the only nation with the title, “God’s Chosen People”. They thought they knew the truth and were already free.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter A SEEMINGLY evasive gang of 10 notorious armed robbers, that pounced on several businesses in Mutare and stole thousands of dollars after blowing up safes, resurfaced on Tuesday morning and hit a Sakunda Service Station in the city using the same modus operandi.
Tendai Gukutikwa and Admire Mhaka PANDEMONIUM rocked Gombakomba Primary School last week as furious parents boycotted an annual general meeting and bayed for the blood of an ECD teacher who allegedly inscripted ‘satanic tattoos’ on their children.
Post Reporter WITH just over a year into operations, the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) Private Limited has been awarded the prestigious Company of the Year Award while its Chief Executive Officer Dr Moris Bekezela Mpofu was bestowed with the Zimbabwe Top Business Leader of the Year Award for his business acumen among other corporate […]
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent “GIVING birth to a first child is one of the most painful experiences women go through in life. But the agony of losing that baby to a thief after experiencing such pain is unimaginable.”
Morris Mtisi He is jovial, hilarious, jubilant, ecstatic, amazing, amusing . . . all of them. That is BaTaps for you. His name is Dillon Sisimayi. He is a bundle of joy and loves radio like there is no tomorrow. If you listen to The Wake Up Call every morning and Dylanaire and Tinashe are […]
The 2018 tobacco marketing season officially opens on March 21, 2018, with growers getting a maximum of $300 per sale, which we hope will be used to settle important payments.
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent ZIFA Referees’ Committee vice-chairperson Gladmore Muzambi has vowed to flush out all incompetent match officials in 2018.
Post Reporters FORMER President Mr Robert Mugabe’s demands to be paid his half a million pension and monthly pension of $13 000 in cash when the country is in dire economic distress has courted the wrath of Mutare residents who rubbished the development as overly insensitive and selfish.