January 28

  • Zimbabwe: Gospel Musician Unveils New Offering

    The Herald

    Talented gospel musician Alexander Zinyongo has released a new album dubbed "Revival Time" and a collection DVD for his previous offerings "Open Heavens" and "Gospel Hour", which... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Seremwe Denies Mujuru Links

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF candidate for Mt Darwin West Cde Barnwell Seremwe denies any links with former Vice President Joice Mujuru as reported by some sections of the media yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mutasa Faces Boot

    The Herald

    THE fate of former Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Cde Didymus Mutasa is set to be sealed today when the Politburo is widely expected to endorse his expulsion from the party... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Couple Seeks Eviction Order

    The Herald

    A Harare couple has approached the Civil Court seeking to evict a man from a stand they claim to have bought in Crowhill Views, Borrowdale. Tafadzwa and Dadirai Mahembe through... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: A Good Laugh At Sekai Holland

    The Herald

    IT was Innocent Mpofu who had the beautiful cartoon of Sekai Holland laughing at MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai late last year when Holland left Tsvangirai to join MDC Renewal. Read more »

  • Africa: It's All On a Knife-Edge

    The Herald

    The 30th African Cup of Nations group stage comes to a thrilling end tonight with Cameroon taking on Cote d'Ivoire at Estadio de Malabo. Mali and Guinea also draw swords at the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Must Enforce Domestic Vehicle Procurement

    The Herald

    YESTERDAY we carried a sad story where Government makes important policy decisions which are either ignored or just forgotten. These have a detrimental impact on the economy. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Property Fraudster On the Run

    The Herald

    A 36-year-old Chitungwiza woman allegedly processed an identity card and title deeds of houses and stands belonging to a United Kingdom-based woman before selling the properties... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: De Jonge Hopes to Do Well

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE'S leading golfer Brendon de Jonge will be hoping to do well at The Waste management Phoenix Open at the TPC Scottsdale in Arizona tomorrow. De Jonge, who missed the cut in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: WMMI Introduces New Business Model

    The Herald

    Car assembler Willowvale Mazda Motor Industries (WMMI) has introduced a new business model in an effort to revive its waning fortunes, an official has said. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ex-Convicts Face Murder Charges

    The Herald

    Two ex-convicts allegedly stabbed to death a Glen Norah man and seriously injured his friend before stealing $3 cash and a mobile phone. Alouis Hungwe (26) and Silas Carlton... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Choppies to Invest a Further U.S$10 Million in Zim

    The Herald

    CHOPPIES Zimbabwe will invest a further $10 million this year as the group targets to grow its local business. Chief executive Ramachadran Ottappath said in an interview that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Private Media Slammed

    The Herald

    The private media has been slammed for alleging that Zanu-PF backtracked from "earlier threats" of expelling and recalling from Parliament 100 MPs reportedly linked to former Vice... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Comedy Tackles Dancehall Violence

    The Herald

    Comedian Lloyd "Mabla 10" Kurima will this week release his new comedy "Bag Rabvaruka Season 4". Kurima said the production is done and they will unveil it to the public on Friday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Doctor Steals Groceries

    The Herald

    A medical doctor Paul Kadungure yesterday pleaded guilty to shoplifting after he was caught stealing groceries worth US$91 at OK Zimbabwe Fife Avenue Shopping Centre. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Sevenzo Stars in Danai Gurira's New Production

    The Herald

    Songbird Kudzai Sevenzo will this Saturday feature on Danai Gurira's stage reading of Lynn Nottage's play, "Fabulation (The Re-education of Udine)". The play is part of Almasi... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: A Tale of Two Book Industries

    The Herald

    Writers in different countries need to share vital information. It can range from writing techniques to survival strategies. The literary festival LitFest Harare late November last... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Pushers Nabbed With U.S$800k Drugs

    The Herald

    SOUTH African police have arrested two women, a Zimbabwean and one from Lesotho, for attempting to smuggle 28 kilogrammes of illicit drugs worth R8 million (almost $800 000) into... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tocky Vibes Donates to Orphans

    The Herald

    Dancehall sensation Obey Makurumure, popularly known as Tock Vybes, donated goods to underprivileged children at Rugare Orphanage over the weekend. The "Mhai" hit maker donated... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mutasa in Another Land Scandal

    The Herald

    Former Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Cde Didymus Mutasa, is implicated in a land scam where he was reportedly influencing four A2 farmers he unprocedurally resettled at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MP Gava Up for Maintenance

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF legislator for Mhondoro-Ngezi Mike Gava has been taken to the Civil Court by his wife Tendai Wenyika on allegations of neglecting their child. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Told to Normalise Relations With IMF

    The Herald

    The International Monetary Fund's representative to Zimbabwe, Mr Christian Beddies, says the Government should deliver on its commitment to normalise relations with multilateral... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: AFDB Candidate Meets President

    The Herald

    Aspiring African Development Bank president Mr Thomas Zondo Sakala, yesterday paid a courtesy call on President Mugabe at his Munhumutapa Offices to brief him on his candidature... Read more »

  • Uganda: Amama Youths Join Museveni

    Observer

    Luzindana and Omodo Omodo now persona non grata at Mbabazi's home Read more »

  • Nigeria: We Were Lured Into Pipeline Destruction, Suspects Confess

    Independent (Lagos)

    Four suspected pipeline vandals have told the Lagos State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) that they were lured into the act by their friends. Read more »

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