Articles tagged 'gama'

Mphoko loses Daily News case — again 9 December 2016 HARARE - Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko has once again lost in the High Court, with costs, in his staggering $50 million lawsuit against Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ) — publishers of the Daily News, the Daily News on Sunday and the Weekend Post. In a judgment delivered on Wednesda...
Daily News Editor's car tampered with 12 May 2016 HARARE - Police are investigating the tampering with of the wheels of a car belonging to the Group Editor of Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ) — publishers of the Daily News, the Daily News on Sunday and the Weekend Post — Stanley Gama. A horrified Gama discovered last Friday that his ca...
Mphoko takes on Daily News again 12 April 2016 HARARE - President Robert Mugabe's thin-skinned deputy, Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko, has resuscitated his ginormous $50 million defamation claim against Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ) — publishers of the market-leading Daily News, Daily News on Sunday and the Weekend Post.
Daily News fastest growing newspaper 2 September 2014 HARARE - The country's leading newspaper, the Daily News, continues to record phenomenal readership growth — the highest by far among all dailies in Zimbabwe — at a time that its competitors are stagnating. According to the latest findings of the media industry body, the Zimbabwe Advertising R...
Court to rule Monday on ANZ application 13 June 2014 HARARE - A Harare magistrate will on Monday rule on an application for refusal of further remand lodged  by Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ) group editor, Stanley Gama in a criminal defamation case. ANZ are publishers of the Daily News, the Daily News on Sunday and the Weekend Post. ...
Prosecutors to consider Khalfan case against the Daily News 9 April 2014 HARARE - The criminal defamation charges being levelled against the Group Editor of Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ), the publishers of the Daily News,  Stanley Gama, and senior writer Fungi Kwaramba have been referred to the prosecutor general's office for consideration. The two were a...