The Herald (Harare)

Government-owned newspaper published in the capital city.


June 29

  • Zimbabwe: Media Literacy - an Essential Tool in the Current Epoch [column]

    In the current environment of hyper media saturation, media literacy and critical reading are indispensable tools needed in understanding the impact and operations of mass... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Barrenness, Hope in 'No More Plastic Balls' [column]

    Everything seems to be skewed in favour of the mighty, who keep on spewing plastic balls in the wake of gravy trains. Who really is at fault, the one who accepts the plastic balls... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tsholotsho, Flame Lily Draw

    A share of the spoils was perhaps the fairest result for the Premiership debutants as alarm bells rung louder at White City Stadium yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZUSA Win Tertiary Games

    The Zimbabwe University Sports Association extended their dominance to three years when they finished tops at the 15th edition of the Zimbabwe Tertiary Institutions Sports Union... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mayor Calls for Affordable Houses

    Harare Mayor Mr Bernard Manyenyeni has challenged property developers to build low-cost houses to enable low- income earners to also own houses. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Top Lawyer Dies

    Prominent Bulawayo lawyer Joseph James has died. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: No Winner in Gweru Derby

    It appeared that this Castle Lager Premiership derby in Gweru was just what the doctor ordered but there were no goals to spice up the exciting battle at Ascot yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Car Imports Down

    THE volume of imported second hand vehicles passing through Chirundu border post has significantly declined in recent months amid concerns over high duty charged and some related... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mliswa Not Off the Hook - Police

    Police yesterday said investigations on former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairman Temba Mliswa for possessing suspected stolen farming equipment at one of his warehouses... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Mnangagwa Junior Impersonator' Freed

    A Sino-Zimbabwe driver who was accused of impersonating the son of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been found not guilty. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: PSMAS Interim Boss Refuses to Go

    Confusion reigns supreme at Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) where the interim manager, Dr Gibson Mhlanga, has reportedly remained in control despite the expiry of his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Genuine Vendors Respect the Law [editorial]

    The deadline for illegal vendors to move off the streets expired last week and it was business as usual for the vendors in the CBD throughout the weekend. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Urged to Act On Audit Reports

    Government should ensure the expeditious prosecution of all public officials exposed by the Auditor-General of engaging in corruption, mismanagement of public funds and poor... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hunt On for Kidnap 'Prophet'

    Police have launched a manhunt for two members of Johanne Masowe apostolic sect who, together with seven other church members, allegedly kidnapped a 15-year-old girl and married... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fidelity Printers Boss Up for Fraud

    Fidelity Printers and Refiners company secretary has been brought before the courts on allegations of defrauding the country's sole gold buyer of more than $120 000. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Guzah Hits Back At Mliswa

    Newly-elected Member of the House of Assembly for Hurungwe West Cde Keith Guzah has hit out at his defeated rival Mr Temba Mliswa who has been making malicious allegations against... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: SA to Deport Every Fortnight

    The South African government will soon be deporting Zimbabwean illegal immigrants every fortnight as they heighten efforts to decongest Lindela Transit Holding Centre in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Banks Called to Lower Interest Rates

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe says it has engaged banks to discuss the high cost of finance with a view to getting them to lower interest rates to an average of 15 percent. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mhofu Loses On Return

    Hardlife Mavundi's lone strike for Triangle ensured there was no winning start for veteran coach Sunday "Mhofu" Chidzambwa as he bounced back to the Castle Lager Premier Soccer... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chibaya Gets Tribute

    The late Afro-jazz musician, Blessing "Tasarina" Chibaya, was given a befitting tribute at the Midlands Music Awards held at the Midlands Hotel over the weekend. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dembare Ride Their Luck

    Champions Dynamos needed something of a stroke of luck yesterday and a questionable refereeing decision to walk away with maximum points when they edged bitter rivals Highlanders... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Goshawks Winless in Zambia

    The Zimbabwe developmental side - the Goshawks - left Zambia winless when they lost 19-12 to the hosts in the third-tier competition of the African Cup rugby competition at the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Workers Call for NRZ Audit

    Government should institute a forensic audit to investigate the operations of the National Railways of Zimbabwe to establish if there is no breach of corporate governance issues by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Country Should Reject Aripo Plans On Seed Control [column]

    Zimbabwe should reject new plans by the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO) on seed production and control because of the potential dangerous impacts... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Global Mining Giant Leaves the Country

    Global mining giant Rio Tinto has exited Zimbabwe after a 60-year presence, following the disposal of its shareholding in Murowa Diamonds and Sengwa Coal. Read more »

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