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Suspended school head over leaking exams gets court reprieve

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The case against Mhari High School head, Goodwell Manyame who is alleged to have shown exam questions to candidates during last year's November exams has been withdrawn from Chivhu Magistrates' Courts...

by Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe Parliament website hacked

Published 53 secs ago | 11 Views
PARLIAMENT of Zimbabwe's website was last week hacked by cyber attackers identifying themselves Anonplus Anonymous.Speaker of the House of Assembly, Jacob Mudenda, yesterday confirmed the attack, whic...

by Staff reporter

Man rapes girl (13) at knife point

Published 3 mins ago | 25 Views
A Man from Bikita in Masvingo, Samuel Gozhori Ushe (63) from Ushe Village under Chief Mukanganwi will languish in prison for the next 18 years after he raped a 13-year-old minor at knife-point and inf...

by Staff Reporter

Mujuru warned

Published 4 mins ago | 58 Views
OPPOSITION parties have warned former Vice-President Joice Mujuru's People First (PF) movement to avoid the "big brother/sister mentality" in its engagements with other players or risk scuttling grand...

by Staff reporter

'Zanu-PF split imminent'

Published 5 mins ago | 78 Views
HERALD columnist, Nathaniel Manheru, strongly believed to be President Robert Mugabe's aide, George Charamba, has warned of a looming Zanu-PF split, if the shadowy Generation 40 (G40) faction is left ...

by Staff reporter

5000 MSU students face accommodation challenges in Zvishavane

Published 6 mins ago | 51 Views
About 5000 Midlands State University students who were moved from Gweru camps to Zvishavane are reportedly facing serious accommodation crisis as they are said to be using Shabane Mine offices.This em...

by Stephen Jakes

Govt struggling to make Air Zimbabwe visible

Published 8 mins ago | 51 Views
Revelations have emerged that the government of Zimbabwe is currently struggling to restore the visibility of the Air Zimbabwe to be competitive to other incoming independent airliners.This emerged wh...

by Stephen Jakes

Tendai Biti lose 200 supported to Tsvangirai

Published 9 mins ago | 106 Views
NEARLY 200 MDC-T supporters in Cowdray Park and Luveve suburbs who defected to Tendai Biti's MDC Renewal party before deciding to re-join the main opposition party are finding it difficult to be accom...

by Thandeka Moyo

Govt does not influence staffing at Zifa- Hlongwane.

Published 10 mins ago | 50 Views
The Minister of Sports and Recreation Makhosini Hlongwane has said the government has not influence in the staffing at the Zimbabwe Football Association after the senators questioned him what was the ...

by Stephen Jakes

Zapu vice-president resigns

Published 11 mins ago | 74 Views
ZIMBABWE African People's Union (Zapu) vice-president Emilia Mukaratirwa has resigned from the party due to institutional challenges. Mukaratirwa said she had resigned both from her position and the p...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Zimbabwean banks removed from US sanctions list

Published 12 mins ago | 111 Views
The US has removed two Zimbabwean banks from its punitive sanctions regime against Zimbabwe. On Wednesday, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (Ofac), which falls under the Department of Treasury, is...

by Tichaona Zindoga

Villagers sell cattle at $20 each

Published 13 mins ago | 159 Views
Some villager in the drought stricken areas of Zimbabwe are reported to be selling their starving cattle at between $20 and 30 in an effort to beast the drought risk of losing them through death.This ...

by Stephen Jakes

'Jonathan Moyo, Kasukuwere must be expelled from Zanu-PF'

Published 14 mins ago | 125 Views
War veterans want Saviour Kasukuwere and Professor Jonathan Moyo expelled from Zanu-PF for causing serious divisions after the national commissar allegedly vowed to unleash violence on war veterans pl...

by Zvamaida Murwira and Munyaradzi Musiiwa

'Jonathan Moyo recruited to destroy Zanu-PF,' says Mutsvangwa

Published 15 mins ago | 95 Views
Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association chairman Christopher Mutsvangwa has challenged Professor Jonathan Moyo to contest his claims that he was Ndabaningi Sithole's illegitimate child, ...

by Munyaradzi Musiiwa

Tsvangirai lose hope of winning elections against Mugabe

Published 16 mins ago | 95 Views
PUNCH-drunk MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said he had lost hope of winning elections against President Mugabe, saying he only fancied his chances after the latter's demise.Mr Tsvangirai,...

by Felex Share

'Zimbabwe fast-track land reform over,' says Mugabe's ally

Published 17 mins ago | 70 Views
The fast-track land reform programme has run its course with the exhaustion of new farms for acquisition amid indications that further allocations can only be done after the envisaged land audit revea...

by Zvamaida Murwira

Newly elected Nkulumane Zanu PF MP appointed in budget and finance committe

Published 17 mins ago | 64 Views
The newly elected Zanu PF Nkulumane MP Killian Sibanda has been appointed to serve in the Portfolio Committees of Budget and Finance as well as Environment, Water, Tourism and Hospitality.This was ann...

by Stephen Jakes

'Land to be made bankable, transferable'

Published 17 mins ago | 63 Views
The government last Friday announced that the country is almost running out of land for resettlement purposes but there is hope that some of it will be availed when the land audit is completed. The Mi...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Guta Ra Mwari supports death penalty abolition

Published 18 mins ago | 59 Views
GUTA Ra Mwari church has come out in full support of the abolition of the death penalty in favour of life sentences. This emerged during the church's annual camp meeting which started on Friday in Bul...

by Mashudu Netsianda

Man 'cuts open' wife's privates to assist home birth

Published 19 mins ago | 137 Views
A JOHANNE Marange Apostolic Sect member from Gutu in Masvingo province nearly killed his pregnant wife when he allegedly enlarged her birth canal using a home-made knife when she went into labour. The...

by Walter Mswazie

Bomb attack survivor bemoans 'lost Zanu-PF values'

Published 20 mins ago | 98 Views
VETERAN freedom fighter, Jane Ngwenya, has said individualism has infiltrated Zanu-PF leading to infighting that was diverting the party from what it fought for. Ngwenya, who turns 81 in June, lives a...

by Leonard Ncube

Chicken Inn ready for Sundowns

Published 21 mins ago | 97 Views
SOUTH African giants Mamelodi Sundowns will touch down at the Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport on Friday, 24 hours before taking on Zimbabwean champions Chicken Inn in the first leg of the C...

by Ricky Zililo

Modern Ngwenya elected Bosso vice-chairman

Published 23 mins ago | 117 Views
MODERN Ngwenya is the new Highlanders vice-chairman after beating Bulawayo businessman Kenneth Mhlophe by four votes in elections held at the club house yesterday. The Harare-based Ngwenya got 90 vote...

by Ricky Zililo

Victoria Falls resists salary cuts

Published 24 mins ago | 104 Views
VICTORIA Falls Municipality is seeking to be exempted from the government's directive compelling local authorities to slash salaries for top managers.The Chronicle understands that the government capp...

by Leonard Ncube

Head-on collision claims four lives

Published 25 mins ago | 195 Views
FOUR people died while several others were seriously injured when a commuter omnibus they were travelling in was involved in a head-on collision with a delivery truck in Gweru on Friday. The accident ...

by Elizabeth Tsuro

Dentist saves rapist from prison

Published 26 mins ago | 193 Views
A RAPIST from Binga who could not give his correct age in court has a dentist to thank for a lighter sentence after the specialist determined that he could be a minor. Artwell Munsaka had claimed that...

by Leonard Ncube

Man dumps wife for girlfriend

Published 28 mins ago | 164 Views
A Harare man has chased his wife out of their matrimonial home to create room for his girlfriend, the Harare Civil Court heard.Delicate Chapfudze told his wife, Pamela Mukombe that he was no longer in...

by Ivan Zhakata

Electronic gates for Zimbabwe borders

Published 29 mins ago | 158 Views
Government has identified three potential contractors to set up electronic gates at border posts and ports of entry to enable the Ministry of Home Affairs to monitor the movement of the people electro...

by Munyaradzi Musiiwa

'Chiefs are non-partisan,' says VP Mnangagwa

Published 33 mins ago | 144 Views
Traditional leaders vote in a manner that helps to advance the interests of communities they represent when they are called to do so in Parliament when deciding an issue in a non-partisan way, Vice Pr...

by Zvamaida Murwira

Bid to spite lover backfires

Published 34 mins ago | 181 Views
A man'S attempt to get rid of his pregnant girlfriend was in vain after the Harare Civil Court magistrate dismissed his application for a protection order.Fungai Hamandishe, who wanted his girlfriend ...

by Ivan Zhakata

Woman jailed 2 years for abusing 'peeping' niece

Published 35 mins ago | 164 Views
A 35-year-old woman who sliced her eight-year-old niece's buttocks with a razor blade for snooping while she was having sex with her husband was recently sent to jail for a year-and-a-half.Miriam Mung...

by Fungai Lupande

Journalists set to get stands

Published 38 mins ago | 127 Views
Journalists in both the public and private media will soon secure residential stands under a Government programme targeted at improving their welfare, Secretary for Media, Information and Broadcasting...

by Staff Reporters

Defence College transform to a Defence University

Published 39 mins ago | 171 Views
Government has explained its decision to transform the National Defence College into a fully-fledged Zimbabwe National Defence University that is expected to specialise in professional military traini...

by Lloyd Gumbo

Caps United to tour SA for 10 days

Published 40 mins ago | 195 Views
AS part of their pre-season preparations, CAPS United will have a 10-day training camp in South Africa where they are also set to play some practice matches against some of that country's top-flight t...

by Grace Chingoma

Woman assaults neighbour over farm ownership

Published 41 mins ago | 147 Views
A woman reportedly teamed up with her three sons and severely assaulted their neighbour over ownership of a farm.Florence Munetsi allegedly ganged up with her sons Billy, Simon and Frank and bashed Cl...

by Ivan Zhakata

North Korea launches long-range rocket

Published 12 hours ago | 1547 Views
North Korea launched a long-range rocket on Sunday carrying what it called a satellite, but its neighbors and the United States denounced the launch as a missile test, conducted in defiance of U.N. s...

by Reuters

Double-decker bus blown up in London for 'The Foreigner'

Published 13 hours ago | 2489 Views
A double-decker bus has been blown up on a central London bridge as part of a stunt for an upcoming movie, BBC reported.Footage of the bus crossing Lambeth Bridge was captured by London Fire Brigade w...

by Staff Reporter

Cops undergo customer relations training

Published 14 hours ago | 1255 Views
The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) have embarked on a campaign to educate officers on good customer relations in an effort to improve service delivery.The training of members on professionalism and go...

by Staff reporter

Resettled farmers face eviction

Published 14 hours ago | 2531 Views
87 farmers who were allocated land under the fast track agrarian reform programme at Greenland farm in Beatrice are facing eviction14 years after being given land.The farmers, who have thriving maize ...

by Staff reporter

Students abandon class as bees terrorise the school

Published 18 hours ago | 1932 Views
Classes were abandoned at Nyawagi Primary School in Hippo Valley and pupils dismissed early as a swarm of angry bees went on a rampage attacking anyone in sight.Masvingo Mirror reported that ambulance...

by Staff Reporter

Every 12 hours a new artist is born into Zim's heavily contested gospel music industry

Published 18 hours ago | 1055 Views
The gospel music industry in Zimbabwe, is among the fastest growing industries, with approximately twelve to fourteen new artists being born into it every week, this reporter can reveal. Despite the f...

by Maxwell Teedzai Entertainment in Harare

President has ruined people's lives and killed their dreams

Published 19 hours ago | 2505 Views
I seldom read poorly-written newspapers like The Sunday Mail, but today I had the misfortune of coming across it's 10 January 2016 issue, where, whilst flipping through the paper's sycophantic pages, ...

by Tendai Ruben Mbofana

Masvingo stampede to donate towards Mugabe's birth day party

Published 19 hours ago | 2789 Views
 The Zanu PF provincial chairman for Masvingo, Ezra Chadzamira says three quarters of the resources needed for President Mugabe's 92nd birthday party to be held in Masvingo are now secured follow...

by Staff Reporter

Hail storm kills six in Chiredzi

Published 19 hours ago | 3194 Views
A hail storm that pounded Chiredzi area has reportedly left six people dead  which left a trail of destruction in the area.Masvingo Mirror reported that Chiredzi district administrator and Chairp...

by Staff Reporter

WV to import 4 210 tonnes of sorghum

Published 19 hours ago | 1432 Views
WORLD Vision will this year import an estimated 4 210 tonnes of sorghum to distribute among villagers who assisted in the construction of seven weir dams in Manicaland and Masvingo provinces. Manica P...

by Staff Reporter

Mutare to get oil refinary

Published 19 hours ago | 2024 Views
A LOCAL consortium, Willowton Group, which recently acquired the liquidated Karina Textiles in Mutare has targeted setting up a state-of-the-art oil refinery and soap manufacturing plant by year end.T...

by Ngoni Dapira

Man claim his buttocks scare away crocodiles

Published 19 hours ago | 2747 Views
EVERY day Million Gume risks his life by swimming in a river full of crocodiles . . . but he is not scared as he claimed he always flash his bum at the crocodiles and they go away.Million calls it bum...

by Staff Reporter

Kasukuwere reject Bulawayo budget

Published 20 hours ago | 2099 Views
Bulawayo City Council has been ordered to re-work its 2016 budget by Local Government, Public Service and National Housing Ministry.Also affected are Harare, Mutare, Masvingo and Gweru.However, Beitbr...

by Staff reporter

Lupane State University to mass produce graduates

Published 20 hours ago | 2355 Views
Lupane  State University is bracing itself for mass production of graduates as it has introduced two intakes in a year.The university which mainly operates from Bulawayo has already informed pros...

by Thobekile Zhou

Huge win for Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West prisoner in athletics

Published 20 hours ago | 886 Views
HUNDREDS of prisoners went on the run this week, and all the warders did was stand around and watch."It was hard but, I made it. It is an achievement for me," Gloria Moagi, 25, from Polokwane, gasped ...

by Staff Reporter

Jonathan Moyo refuses to dump twitter

Published 20 hours ago | 4236 Views
Under-fire Zanu PF Politburo Secretary for science and technology Professor Jonathan Moyo has vowed not to dump twitter.Moyo says the @ProfJNMoyo handler is a private account.Last year, President Robe...

by Thobekile Zhou

Sangoma dupes another of $250 000

Published 20 hours ago | 1705 Views
A SANGOMA Caroline Mathe (39) from Tshwane in South Africa has said  her ancestors are angry with her because  she was tricked into giving R250 000 and money she made from selling her car to...

by Staff Reporter

Jonathan Moyo an aspiring dictator and foreign spy - Min Mutsvangwa

Published 20 hours ago | 2011 Views
War veterans minister, Chris Mutsvangwa on Saturday labelled rival Professor Jonathan Moyo  "an aspiring tinpot dictator".He suggested that Moyo was a planted agents and foreign spy."Professor (M...

by Staff Reporter

Evil Muthi scares teachers and pupils away from school

Published 20 hours ago | 901 Views
ON Thursday and Friday last week the evil muthi did its job, scaring pupils and teachers away at a school near Brits in South Africa.Daily Sun reported that But now they and the parents of Bapo Primar...

by Staff Reporter

Pastor fined $9 000 for beating girlfriend for grabbing his genitals

Published 20 hours ago | 1401 Views
A POPULAR bus preacher in Limpopo who beat up his girlfriend to force her to let go of his genitals has been fined R9 000 for assault."Yes I beat her up because she was holding me by my genitals after...

by Staff Reporter

Zanu PF to expel top renegade officials

Published 20 hours ago | 1483 Views
Zanu-PF is bracing itself to expel more senior cadres who are said to be factionalists seeking to undermine President Mugabe's authority, spokesperson Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo has said. In rec...

by Staff Reporter

Landlord sneaks into tenant's blankets, fondles her private parts for late rental payment

Published 20 hours ago | 2154 Views
Mehluli Nyathi (45) from Kelvin West in Bulawayo was allegedly fondling his tenant's private parts claiming that it was a form of payment as she had delayed to pay rent.Nyathi was remanded in custody ...

by Staff Reporter

Govt defends non-Ndebele teachers

Published 21 hours ago | 1463 Views
VILLAGERS in rural Matabeleland who reject non-Ndebele speaking teachers should be re-oriented, and encouraged to understand various cultures and languages, otherwise their respective schools will suf...

by Staff reporter

Jonathan Moyo bares it all

Published 21 hours ago | 3318 Views
Question: In your opinion, what could have motivated George Charamba's attacks against you and those perceived to be opposed to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa?Answer: I don't have an opinion about ...

by Staff reporter

Chiyangwa ruffles feathers

Published 21 hours ago | 1437 Views
THE decision by the Phillip Chiyangwa-led football governing body - Zifa - to order a forensic audit at the Premier Soccer League (PSL) has been received with mixed feelings by football stakeholders.T...

by Staff reporter

Mugabe faces fitness probe

Published 21 hours ago | 1270 Views
A United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean lawyer, Tinomudaishe Chinyoka on Friday filed a Constitutional Court application seeking an interdict to have Parliament investigate whether President Robert Mugabe i...

by Staff reporter

'I did not steal panties,' says Mutsvangwa

Published 21 hours ago | 1337 Views
War Veterans minister Chris Mutsvangwa became a butt of jokes last week after Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo claimed he was notorious for stealing female combatants' undergarment...

by Staff reporter

Daughter gives father kidney

Published 21 hours ago | 1112 Views
THE biggest gift that a person can give to you is a vital body organ. Money and other things may be important but a heart, a kidney or a lung will change your life. Dr Naboth Chaibva, a local medical ...

by Robin Muchetu

No O-level Maths, end of road!

Published 21 hours ago | 1785 Views
STUDENTS without Ordinary Level Mathematics will not be allowed to graduate from high school and enrol into tertiary institutions as the new education curriculum now emphasises on Maths and Science su...

by News Reporters

Zanu-PF to dump factionalists, says Khaya Moyo

Published 21 hours ago | 785 Views
ZANU-PF will dump - without fear or favour - factionalists seeking to undermine President Mugabe's authority, a senior official has said. When the Politburo meets this Wednesday, said Zanu-PF spokespe...

by Lincoln Towindo

Company bosses face arrest over pollution

Published 21 hours ago | 502 Views
COMPANY and council executives could soon be arrested in their personal capacities if their organisations pollute the environment, as the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) steps up efforts to curb...

by Staff reporter

War veterans recall two national members

Published 21 hours ago | 858 Views
THE War Veterans Midlands chapter has suspended two of its national representatives with immediate effect and replaced them with new representatives on allegations of holding an unsanctioned meeting i...

by Staff reporter

Prophet jailed over text message

Published 21 hours ago | 1073 Views
HARARE-BASED Johanne Masowe Wechishanu YeNyenyedzi prophet Madzibaba Enock real name Herbert Senda (32) was on Tuesday sentenced to 30 days in prison for insulting a fellow prophet through a text mess...

by Walter Mswazie

Meet the nerd from Nketa

Published 21 hours ago | 1031 Views
CALL him a nerd, a geek, whizkid or any of the many stereotypical names overly intellectual people are often pejoratively called.The 19-year-old Ronald Shereni seems not to care. Instead he has embrac...

by Tinomuda Chakanyuka

Dangote gets green light

Published 21 hours ago | 653 Views
PRESIDENT Mugabe has issued Special Grants to four new companies to explore and extract coal and coalbed methane gas in Matabeleland North Province, bringing the number of firms to exploit the resourc...

by Dumisani Nsingo

Bosso decide

Published 22 hours ago | 1365 Views
FOLLOWING weeks of campaigning, six candidates vying for the two vacant positions at Bosso will know if they have done enough to win the hearts and souls of club members during an election at the High...

by Sports Reporters

RBZ directs banks to give agriculture loans

Published 22 hours ago | 253 Views
THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has instructed banks to ensure that 20 percent of their total loan portfolio must be channeled towards agriculture in a bold move meant to support the sector seen as the f...

by Gabriel Masvora

flyafrica back in Zimbabwean skies

Published 22 hours ago | 1019 Views
BUDGET airline, flyafrica will resume its regional operations between Harare and Johannesburg this week after meeting all the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe's regulations amid revelations that t...

by Roberta Katunga

Reminescing the Zhii era

Published 22 hours ago | 465 Views
One of the pioneers of the armed struggle that freed blacks in this country from colonial bondage was Clark Mpofu (CM) an ex-Zipra combatant. Sunday News Correspondent, Dumisani Sibanda (DS), caught u...

by Clark Mpofu

Account holders with closed banks to be paid by April

Published 22 hours ago | 848 Views
THE Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) have finished compiling the list of Zimbabwe dollar account holders whose money was locked in banks that were closed aft...

by Roberta Katunga

Chiyangwa meets Prince Hussein

Published 22 hours ago | 1165 Views
ZIMBABWE Football Association president Philip Chiyangwa last week met Fifa presidential candidate, Jordanian Prince Ali Bin Hussein in Dubai, United Arab Emirates as the race for the world football g...

by Sports Reporter

Road trip to the Matopos

Published 22 hours ago | 630 Views
SITUATED about 55km from Bulawayo, within the Matopo National Park, built upon a granite outcrop is the Matopo Hills Lodge.A lodge that offers guests a getaway experience from the city life and a time...

by Faith Phiri

Govt to hold stake in all energy firms

Published 22 hours ago | 291 Views
THE Government will hold a stake in all energy resources to be extracted by private players to ensure that output will benefit the growth of the local economy at the expense of lucrative offshore mark...

by Dumisani Nsingo

End nigh for Zanu-PF kingpins

Published 22 hours ago | 779 Views
Zanu-PF will dump - without fear or favour - factionalists seeking to undermine President Mugabe's authority, a senior official has said.When the Politburo meets this Wednesday, said Zanu-PF spokesper...

by Lincoln Towindo

FC Platinum players in car accident

Published 22 hours ago | 1303 Views
THE FC Platinum quartet of Nqobizitha Masuku, Winston Mhango, Elvis Moyo and Wellington Kamudyariwa escaped unhurt when they were involved in a car accident on Friday.The accident occurred along the M...

by Staff reporter

Dog eat dog @ #NAMA2016

Published 22 hours ago | 407 Views
THE sturdy list of nominees for the 15th edition of the National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) released last week will for the first time since 2002 genuinely put to test the aptitude of the arts board to ...

by Prince Mushawevato

Security sector, media seek common ground

Published 22 hours ago | 324 Views
Government is crafting a strategy to manage relations between media and the security sector following run-ins between the two establishments.It also wants journalists to reduce conflict through profes...

by Staff Reporters

A messy affair

Published 22 hours ago | 1046 Views
CFI HOLDINGS, which was suspended from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange on January 29, 2016, continues to flirt with controversy following revelations by its second-largest shareholder, Mr Nicholas van Hoo...

by Enacy Mapakame

Chimurenga II Chronicles: Real love or Smith's grand plan?

Published 22 hours ago | 488 Views
Last week, Noel Chikanya whose Chimurenga name was Roy Mudzingwa spoke about the clashes between Zapu and Zanu during the formatives days of the country's liberation struggle.He narrated how in the ea...

by Munyaradzi Huni and Tendai Manzvanzvike

Cheetahs beat Vodacom Bulls in Harare

Published 22 hours ago | 512 Views
Vodacom Bulls. (3) 10 - (14) 28 Toyota CheetahsTHE Toyota Cheetahs beat their Super Rugby rivals in front of a small but appreciative crowd at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.Neither the rain, t...

by Tinashe Kusema

Zimbabwe charms SA's Vodacom Bulls

Published 22 hours ago | 566 Views
SOUTH African Super Rugby franchise Vodacom Bulls have pledged to return to Zimbabwe and make the Zimbabwe Champions' Cup a part of their annual program.The three time Super Rugby champions were in th...

by Tinashe Kusema

Zimbabwe to provide free meals for school kids

Published 22 hours ago | 574 Views
Government will in coming weeks start providing meals to school pupils countrywide to shield them from drought-induced hunger and to promote high nutrition levels.It is also implementing multiple stra...

by Staff reporter

'Religion is one no matter the faith'

Published 22 hours ago | 292 Views
MOSLEMS and Christians should work together as one family as they are creations of the same Almighty Father (Peace Be Upon Him), an Islamic leader has said.Sheikh Al-Hajj M K Jula said this on the sid...

by Lovemore Chazingwa

UN pledges $15 billin to Zimbabwe

Published 22 hours ago | 685 Views
The United Nations plans to mobilise roughly US$15 billion to help Zimbabwe implement Sustainable Development Goals over the next 15 years.Government has stated its commitment to SDGs, prioritising he...

by Tinomuda Chakanyuka and Lungile Tshuma

Vapostori embrace no under 18 marriage ruling

Published 22 hours ago | 344 Views
UNION for the Development of Apostolic Church in Zimbabwe (Udaciza) and Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (Accz) joined scores of people who marched in Harare last week as they celebrated last m...

by Desire Ncube

Super diamond firm to benefit Zimbabwe

Published 22 hours ago | 642 Views
Amalgamating diamond mining companies in Chiadzwa will benefit thousands of villagers in the district, Mutare West National Assembly representative Dr Christopher Mushohwe said on Friday.Government ha...

by Ray Bande

Harare business people challenged council to ban vending in front of their shops

Published 24 hours ago | 585 Views
Harare business people are reported to have asked the council to ban vending in front of their business outlets.The Harare Residents Trust stated that Mabelreign Business people urged the City of Hara...

by Stephen Jakes

ZUJ welcomes ruling on criminal defamation case

Published 24 hours ago | 340 Views
The Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) has welcome the abolition by the Constitutional Court of Section 96 of the Criminal Law Codification and Reform Act which was used to detain and punish journali...

by Stephen Jakes

BCC concerned over unfaithful developers

Published 24 hours ago | 698 Views
Bulawayo City Council has expressed concerns over unfaithful developers who delay service delivery in the local authority.Latest council minutes states that discussion ensued and Councillor Collin Moy...

by Stephen Jakes

Bulawayo mayor irked by rampant fires in the city

Published 24 hours ago | 700 Views
The Bulawayo Mayor Councillor Martin Moyo has expressed concerns over alarming rate of fire outbreaks.This was revealed in the latest council minutes."He said that Council was adversely affected as th...

by Stephen Jakes

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