The Herald (Harare)

Government-owned newspaper published in the capital city.


September 23

  • Zimbabwe: Judiciary Raises the Bar in War Against Corruption

    The judiciary has come up with strategies to combat corruption in the magistrates' courts countrywide to correct perceptions that the widespread plague is acceptable in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Big Brother Hotshots - the Wait Continues

    Greetings to all and I hope I find you in good shape. It feels good to be back after a long break. Yours truly was a bit under the weather, you know it comes with the change of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Perfect Weekend for Zim Rugby Stars in SA

    THE past weekend was a perfect one for a host of Zimbabweans plying their rugby in South Africa with Cheetahs flanker Tapiwa "Homely" Tsomondo hogging the limelight.The last time... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chief's Children Jailed in Land Row

    Five sons of Chief Chikwanda of Masvingo East have been jailed for a combined 24 years by a regional magistrate for severely assaulting a man they accused of encroaching into their... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Good Rains Revive Expectations - Hippo Valley

    Hippo Valley Estates sugar production in the 2014/ 15 season is expected to be around the same levels as the past year at 239 338 tonnes, chief executive Sydney Mtsambiwa said.In a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Shares Mbanje With Son (4), Court Told

    A woman yesterday told the Harare Civil Court that her abusive husband was in the habit of smoking mbanje with their four-year-old son whenever he comes home drunk. Shamila Mandaza... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: DBSA Sets Conditions for Zinara

    The Development Bank of South Africa wants ZINARA to update its debt reserve account to unlock an estimated $147 million for the dualisation of the Norton-Kadoma highway, a senior... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Council Clarifies Grain Donation

    Chivi Rural District Council has successfully collected grain from villagers to help feed families at the Nuanetsi Ranch in Mwenezi, displaced by the Tokwe-Mukosi dam, contrary to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Feather in the Cap for MCAZ

    The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe's laboratory is now a reference centre for quality checks in Africa following a recent approval by the World Health Organisation... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dilemma Over Death Penalty

    Fears abound that murder suspects will skip the border into South Africa to evade the death penalty following demands by that country for an undertaking that they will not be... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Popopo Unhappy

    MUSHOWANI coach, Paul "Popopo" Chimalizeni was not pleased by his players' behaviour on Saturday as complacency nearly cost them three points against struggling Royal Classic in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Artistes Rally Behind Xaba

    More than 15 artistes and comedians will today converge at the Book Café in a fundraising show to raise $15 000 to help veteran actress Pretty Xaba who is battling... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Promote Education, Health - Sekeramayi

    Government has been urged to promote the provision of education and health to rural communities as a way of improving lives. The call was made by Defence Minister Dr Sydney... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: World Leaders Face Tough Task

    THE 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly enters its second week today with world leaders seized with a broad agenda to tackle multi-faceted challenges confronting... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mutodi - 400 More to Testify

    The State is yet to call 408 witnesses in the trial of National Housing Delivery Trust (NHDT) and its founder Energy Mutodi, accused of fleecing desperate home seekers of US$588... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Churchill Win Basketball Tourney

    CHURCHILL Boys snatched the Prince Edward Schools Invitational Basketball tournament from the hands of bitter rivals and defending champions Prince Edward after a close 30-28... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Vere for SADC Fashion Workshop

    South African based Zimbabwean fashion stylist and designer Ngugi Vere is set to conduct workshops on fashion and style at the SADC fashion week scheduled to take place on 25- 27... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Taurai Mangwiro's Change of Heart

    TAURAI Mangwiro has had a change of heart and appears ready to ride the rough storm after calling for unity within the CAPS United family in the wake of the disturbances at Rufaro... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Whyte Hails Cocker

    SHAUN Whyte, chairman of the Bogwheelers Club, has hailed young motocross rider Davin Cocker for being an exceptional rider after he produced some flawless riding as he stormed to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Partners to Commit U.S.$280 Million for Kariba Dam

    Zimbabwe and Zambia's co-operating partners have affirmed their commitment to mobilise in excess of $280 million for the rehabilitation of the Kariba Dam wall. The partners and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Russia Keen On Zim Beef

    Zimbabwe will soon start exporting beef to Russia as relations between the two countries continue to grow from strength to strength, Agriculture Minister Joseph Made has said.The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe/Botswana: Zim Turns to Botswana

    ZIMBABWE have continued their efforts to convince the Confederation of African Football to consider their bid to stage the 2017 African Cup of Nations with the country yesterday... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Caps Boss Under Siege

    HARARE businessman Twine Phiri's capacity to run CAPS United has been put into question after it emerged that he is set to lose a car and an assortment of office furniture next... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Lays Job Creation Base

    Government is well on course to realising its vision of creating over two million jobs by 2018, judging by the solid groundwork that has been laid through several investment deals... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Self-Regulation Way to Go in Zim Dancehall

    Zim dancehall has changed the music landscape in Zimbabwe enormously and is one of the major benefits derived from the introduction of the 75 percent local content by the... Read more »

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