The Herald (Harare)

Government-owned newspaper published in the capital city.


June 30

  • Zimbabwe: Zim-Sierra Leone Artistes in Collabo

    Zimbabwean sculptor and musician Terry Benhura has roped in Sierra Leonean singer Alimamy Karbgo on his latest album titled "Murombo Munhu". Terry (34) who is a nephew to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bhasikiti Has His Day in Court

    THE High Court will today hear the case in which former Zanu-PF Politburo member Mr Kudakwashe Bhasikiti is challenging his expulsion from the revolutionary party. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zambia to Receive U.S $10 Million Investment for Agriculture

    The German Amatheon Agri Group and the Japanese Toyota Tsusho Corporation have announced an estimated $10 million agro partnership project in Zambia. The joint venture highlights... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gospel Musician Honours War Heroes

    Upcoming gospel musician Stephen Muzambi has released a tribute song to living and departed liberation war heroes, titled "We Salute You". The song is a prayer thanking God for... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: New Agency Scouts for Models

    New kid on the block Mudziyashe Modelling Agency would like to change the face of the Zimbabwe modelling industry. A brainchild of Patience Mbiriri and Delroy Benatar - who also... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chifunyise Film to Première

    All is set for the Rooftop Promotions' three-day film showcase that begins tonight at Alliance Frachaise where the much awaited Stephen Chifunyise play "The Past is For The Future"... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chidzambwa Happy Despite Loss

    SUNDAY "Mhofu" Chidzambwa was happy to be back on the bench after almost two years in the wilderness when he took charge of ZPC Kariba's tie against Triangle at Gibbo on Sunday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: PSMAS Clears Air On Bosses' Debate

    PSMAS managing director Mr Henry Mandishona said the issue involving the medical aid society's former interim management team's contract should not attract debate as it was clear... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mutasa in Bid to Defraud Council

    FORMER Zanu-PF secretary for Administration Mr Didymus Mutasa's claims that he bought a Rusape Town Council house leased to him in 1984 are not backed by any record of payment for... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MPs Grill SPB Boss Kuwaza

    Members of Parliament yesterday rapped State Procurement Board chairperson Mr Charles Kuwaza for not taking the business of the House seriously after he failed to submit detailed... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Visually-Impaired Couple in Court

    A visually-impaired woman yesterday took her equally disabled husband to the Harare Civil Court accusing him of taking her clothes to his girlfriend's house. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zangoma Hip-Hip Part Sets Standards

    Zimbabwean hip-hop remains a force to reckon with as some young people continue to favour the genre. The just ended weekend was packed to the brim with hip-hop events including the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 400 Tourists for Tour De Tuli 2015

    At least 400 tourists will participate in this year's edition of the Tour de Tuli tourism expedition that will be held between 13 and 18 August. The event is held in the Greater... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: I Can Sing Gospel Talent Show Back On Track

    The much anticipated "I Can Sing Gospel Talent Search Show" has finally found a new lease of life after it had been halted due to various financial setbacks. The talent search show... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Unlicensed Cop Jailed

    AN unlicensed Harare policeman who crashed a commuter omnibus and injured five passengers has been jailed for six months. The policeman will also pay a fine of $800 for negligent... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zifa Suspend Referee

    THE Zifa Referees Committee have suspended match official Bongani Gadzikwa, the man at the centre of the controversy that erupted at Rufaro on Sunday, with his decision to rule out... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Evidence Deleted in Fidelity Saga

    FIDELITY Printers and Refiners company secretary Terrence Tererayi Machawira, accused of swindling the country's sole gold buyer of more than $120 000, allegedly instructed the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Give Ex-Convicts a Second Chance'

    Stigmatisation and labelling of ex-convicts by society are stalling Government efforts to rehabilitate and reintegrate former prisoners, a Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chideu, Rusike in SA for Trials

    ZIMBABWE international strikers, Thomas Chideu and Evans Rusike, have gone to South Africa to try their luck after being invited for trials by two ABSA Premiership sides this week. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Murder Plot Backfires

    A ploy to torch his sleeping ex-wife, mother-in-law and brother-in-law in their house backfired for an Epworth man after he was seriously burnt by the fire, leaving his would-be... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim to Carry Out Tourism Survey

    Zimbabwe will next month begin a tourism satellite account (TSA) visitor survey whose findings will be used to measure the contribution of the sector to the national economy. TSAs... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Efficiency Can Stop Blackouts'

    ZIMBABWE could save about 300 megawatts through a virtual power station equal to the planned capacity expansion of Kariba South power station, if it instituted energy efficiency... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mudede Warns of Bogus Passport Agents

    Registrar-General Mr Tobaiwa Mudede yesterday warned Zimbabweans to be on the look out for bogus passport agents who are swindling unsuspecting passport applicants of their money... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Touts Must Also Be Taken Off Streets

    Last week we carried a sad story about 50 touts at Mbare Musika Bus Terminus who severely assaulted before leaving for dead a policeman who had come to the rescue of a young woman... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'India Are Still Strong'

    ZIMBABWE captain Elton Chigumbura says India are still a strong side despite their decision to omit some of the big names in the squad that was announced yesterday. Read more »

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