- Funeral UPDATE: Tsvangirai's body flown in army chopper from One Commando barracks in Harare to Humanikwa Village, in Buhera for burial tomorrow
- MDC T SECRETARY GENERAL Douglas Mwonzora says MDC T will soon have an an extraordinary congress for the selection of a new MDC T leader and presidential candidate in preparation for 2018 general polls.
- The late MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai's mother, Lydia Zvaipa, was conspicuous by her absence at a memorial service for her son held at Mabelreign Methodist Fellowship Church in Harare yesterday, as tensions rose
- ' (UZ) VICE CHANCELLOR Professor Levi Nyagura, was arrested on Friday for allegedly fraudulently awarding Grace Ntombizodwa Mugabe a fake Doctor of Philosophy degree achieved in only three months of study'
- FORMER finance minister Mugabes cousin Ignatius Chombo the first minister to be arrested after the ouster of former President Robert Mugabe has been arrested again, this time for allegedly demanding a bribe from a fish farmer.
In 1967 Israel annexed East Jerusalem but Middle East Tensions are expected to rise after the expected declaration this week on Wednesday, where it is thought that,the US President Donald Trump, in his speech will recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Jerusalem is a place that holds several holy places dear to both Muslims and Christians. These developments are likely to escalate tensions in the Middle East, as activists, government leaders and extremists opposed to Jerusalem occupation by Israel, and opposed to America and their allies will see this as an opportunity to escalate their activities, effectively making a holy capital of Christianity, a place of deep, endless turmoil as both Israelis and Palestinians lay claim to Jerusalem being their Capital.
This will inevitably have a major impact on various groups be they Christian or other religion, scholars, tourists, international relations, air travel , holiday plans, even dreams and convictions by people about visiting the holy sites under arising tensions. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya