The Herald (Harare)

Government-owned newspaper published in the capital city.


October 07

  • Zimbabwe: Mines Plead for Mercy

    Golden Sibanda Senior Business Reporter MINING firms, through their umbrella body, have implored power utility, Zesa Holdings, to spare them the planned sharp increase in power... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Prophet Magaya in Race for Soccer Leadership?

    PROPHET Walter Magaya, who has poured a fortune in donations into ZIFA coffers and is building a 25 000-seater multi-purpose sports stadium in Harare, has dismissed suggestions... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Musona, Mutasa to Stay in Europe

    ACES Youth Academy director Nigel Munyati has maintained that Walter Musona and Wisdom Mutasa will now stay on and fight for their places at Slovakia top-flight SK Senec amid... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZDF Documents Chimurenga History

    THE Zimbabwe Defence Forces is in the process of collecting and compiling data on the history of the Second Chimurenga in an effort to safeguard the country's cultural heritage. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Thousands to Get Free Medical Treatment

    Over 5 000 people from Chitungwiza town and surrounding areas are expected to receive free medical treatment for various ailments during a week-long programme initiated by the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 1 000 Chingwizi Pupils Drop Out

    More than 1 000 pupils have dropped out of school in Chingwizi since the beginning of the year mainly due to hunger and long distances to and from school, a senior Government... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Misunderstood Artist

    Visual communicators often look, dress, sound and act in a peculiar way in the eyes of the "normal". They can, in many ways, seem to carry a certain amount of mystery everywhere... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Don't Give Up, Rise Up

    Versatile Fufu He sat there drenched in mud on a rainy day -- defined by flush floods and thunder, lightning and dark clouds ceiling the earth. Taurai, lazily sat dirt-coated with... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mbanga Elected New Harare Deputy Mayor

    Highlands Councillor Christopher Mbanga was yesterday elected new deputy mayor for Harare, filling the vacancy created by the death of Councillor Thomas Muzuva who succumbed to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Expo to Promote Locally Produced Food

    THE Zimbabwe Food Conference and Expo has gone national with a view to rally consumers towards locally produced food in light of increasing imports that have crippled industry.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Vic Falls Hotels Fully Booked

    Hotels and lodges in Victoria Falls are fully booked for December ahead of the 15th Zanu-PF Annual National People's Conference. More than 6 000 delegates are expected to attend... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZB Gets the Nod in Moza

    ZB Holdings has reportedly obtained approval from regulatory authorities in Mozambique to establish a reinsurance business, paving the way for it to spread its tentacles in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Varsities Groan Under Scant Facilities

    The Higher and Tertiary Education Ministry is waiting for a Bill to be passed into law so that they can engage private partners to address the facility shortages at tertiary... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tetrad Re-Engages Gustav for Funding

    Tetrad Investment Bank provisional judicial manager, the Deposit Protection Corporation, has rekindled discussions with Gustav Limited of Nigeria for funding required to breathe a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mash East Launches Miss Rural Pageant

    Although the previous Miss Rural Zimbabwe stirred controversy and folded in disgrace, youths in Mashonaland East have decided to bring back the pageant and give it a good moral... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Capitalise On Cuthbert Dube's Departure

    Cuthbert Dube's Chaotic Five year reign as Zifa president, unpopular with the fans, rejected by the sponsors and which ultimately ended in the embarrassment of him being pushed out... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Parly Votes Masuku Chair of Committees

    Matabeleland South Senator Angeline Masuku was yesterday voted Parliament's chairperson of committees, replacing Senator Thokozile Mathuthu who has assumed the post of Information,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Drastic Measures to Ease Power Cuts

    Major mining companies and other huge electricity consumers will have to reduce consumption by up to 25 percent, while security cantonments have been asked to load-shed... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: Sub-Saharan Africa Growth to Slow Down 4 Percent - WB

    SUB-SAHARAN Africa's growth will decelerate to 3,7 percent this year but will pick up gradually in the next two years, as commodity prices make a slow recovery, a report by the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Harare International Carnival Hots Up

    Koffi's show will be free of charge to give people a memorable experience. With the Harare International Carnival festivities in full motion, all is set for the Rhumba Night at the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cheetahs to Correct Mistakes

    CHEETAHS captain Hilton "Rihana" Mudariki believes the Zimbabwe Sevens rugby side need to do more if they are to make it to the 2016 Rio Olympics. Zimbabwe need to win the Africa... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Child's Death Not Related to Immunisation - Doctor

    The three-year old baby boy from Jotsholo in Matabeleland North Province died of aspiration (drawing in vomit) and not complications related to immunisation, Matabeleland North... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Indigenisation Drive Gathers Momentum

    Government is working on a comprehensive National Economic Empowerment Strategy to ensure that all Zimbabweans benefit from indigenisation and empowerment processes that are... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: WFP Rescues 30 000 Chiredzi Families

    More Than 30 000 Families Have Started Receiving Food Assistance From the World Food Programme in Chiredzi Where Villagers Are Battling Food Shortages Following the Drought That... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Caledonia Capable of Financing Its Growth

    Caledonia Mining Corporation has said it was capable of financing its growth strategy at its primary asset, Blanket gold mine, without seeking external loans. Blanket mine, located... Read more »

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