- POLITICS IS A DIRTY GAME: HERO TO ZERO IN 37 YEARS: Independence 18 April 1980- Coup on 14 November 2017
- SUSPENDED (ZINARA CEO Engineer Nancy Masiyiwa-Chamisa and finance director Taranhike fired, for alleged gross incompetence and abuse of office.
- (RBZ) orders banks to freeze all accounts belonging to, Kudakwashe Tagwirei a.k.a 'Queen Bee's Sakunda Holdings, Sakunda Holdings sister companies; Access Finance, Spartan Security and Croco Motors,
- SHEFFIELD CLIMATE CHANGE PROTEST: brought city to a standstill as children lobby the government and people over the destruction of the climate,
- UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE 2019 class of graduating medical students to boycott their graduation due to be capped by President Mnangagwa.
Simbanashe, President Mugabe’s first grandson, yesterday made his maiden public appearance with his parents Bona and Simba Chikore, while accompanying First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe at the official opening of Mbuya Dorcas Hospital in Waterfalls, Harare.
Although Simbanashe did not follow the official proceedings with his parents at the high table, Zaoga Forward In Faith church co-patron Dr Eunor Guti took the platform to congratulate the First Family for the safe arrival of Simbanashe to this world.
Dr Guti said she hoped Simbanashe would grow up to become a doctor and provide his services to Mbuya Dorcas Hospital.
“I want to take opportunity of this platform to congratulate you on the safe arrival of your grandson. I know how it feels to be a grandmother.
“I hope one day he will grow up and be a doctor who will work here at Mbuya Dorcas Hospital and say that I was here before with my grandmother when I was young and I am here again to save lives,” said Dr Guti, to the applause of the gathering.
“You might take it lightly just as an ordinary talk, but it may actually be a vision,” said Dr Guti who is wife to Archbishop Professor Ezekiel Guti.
Amai Guti, who is a nurse by profession, also told the gathering that Professor Guti shared the vision of a Zaoga FIF administered hospital to her and her five colleagues years ago when she was still working as a nurse at Harare Central Hospital.
She said then, she thought she and her friends would be part of the nurses who would be working at the hospital.
Fifty-nine years later, Professor Guti’s vision is fulfilled. by Paidamoyo Chipunza