September 02

  • Zimbabwe: Burglars Hit Chidyausiku's Office

    The Herald

    Burglars broke into Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku's chambers at the Supreme Court on Sunday night and stole a computer and a television set. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Boyz Dzetonaz Fashion Craze Hits Town

    The Herald

    Boyz DzeTonaz, a new clothing line by enterprising business youths has taken Harare and abroad by surprise. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Young Sables Avoid Relagation

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE'S Young Sables kept alive their hopes of competing in the Junior World Rugby Trophy qualifiers next year after beating Tunisia in the Under-19 Division 1A Confederation of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CMED Seeks to Recover Stolen Funds

    The Herald

    CMED (Pvt) Ltd has instructed its lawyers, Musunga & Associates, to file a lawsuit against the National Oil Infrastructure Company boss, his counterpart at Petrotrade and First... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Diverse, Intriguing Plays At Intwasa

    The Herald

    At least 19 plays will première at this year's Intwasa Festival scheduled to run from September 23-27 in Bulawayo. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Intellectual Side of Defence Forces

    The Herald

    During colonial days, the Rhodesian Security Forces (RSF) were mostly governed by a military leadership of narrow academic exposition. The mandate of the RSF was the protection,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Jah Prayzah Donates to Children's Home

    The Herald

    Musician Jah Prayzah on Saturday donated groceries and cash at Karoi Children's home. Read more »

  • Malawi: Civil Society Organisations Ask Government to Start Funding Mec Yearly

    Malawi News Agency

    Stakeholders in the May 20, 2014 Tripartite Elections have appealed to Government to start funding Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) yearly for it to have enough time to prepare... Read more »

  • Malawi: Israel Trip to Contribute Positively Towards Green Belt Initiative-APM

    Malawi News Agency

    President Prof Peter Mutharika has said he is optimistic the trip to Israel Vice President Saulosi Chilima will contribute positively to the country's Green Belt initiative. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Sadomba Donates to Prisons

    The Herald

    LIBYA-based Zimbabwe international striker Edward Sadomba may have been forced into limbo due to the political turmoil rocking the North African country but the veteran forward has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Commissions Survey

    The Herald

    Government, through the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, has commissioned the second FinScope Financial Consumer Survey to assist in assessing the impact of the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Airzim Mired in Another Storm

    The Herald

    Air Zimbabwe is caught in another storm after it emerged that its acting board chairperson Mr Abdulman Eric Harid doubles up as the airline's general manager responsible for... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Set to Join Elite Financial Market

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe is set to join the world's elite financial markets group and become the ninth African member country if its application is approved by the Financial Markets Association at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Allied Records U.S $4,3 Million Loss

    The Herald

    Allied Bank recorded a $4,3 million loss for the half year to June, a steep rise from the $1,6 million loss recorded the previous period as the bank faced cash flow difficulties in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Abused Wife Drags Serial Bed-Wetting Hubby to Court

    The Herald

    A woman yesterday told the court that her abusive husband urinates on their blankets three times a night and defecates on the doorstep each time he comes home drunk. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Agribank Fails to Return to Profitability

    The Herald

    State owned Agricultural Bank of Zimbabwe Limited failed to return to profitability in the half year ending June, 2014 but managed to narrow its loss to $1,2 million from $3,7... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Proteas Out to Book Final Berth

    The Herald

    SOUTH Africa cricket captain AB de Villiers wants his side to seal their place in the final of the ODI triangular when they take on Australia at Harare Sports Club today. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: TM Cup Unveiled

    The Herald

    BULAWAYO giants Highlanders believe they have a perfect opportunity to mete out revenge on their bitter rivals Dynamos when the titans of Zimbabwean football clash this Saturday in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZSE Turnover Rises 163 Percent

    The Herald

    Turnover on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange jumped 163 percent to $66,3 million in August despite a slower increase in volumes. Read more »

  • Southern Africa: SADC to Receive Normal Rainfall

    The Herald

    SADC climate experts have forecast a normal to above normal rainfall season for the bulk of the region as Government targets to plant above 1, 5 million hectares of maize during... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gizha Warns Dembare

    The Herald

    VERY few people will envy Gishon Ntini's job as he battles, against all odds, to help Chiredzi not lose their hard-fought Castle Lager Premiership status, with just eight matches... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Small-Scale Miners' Gold Production Plunges

    The Herald

    Gold production from small scale miners plunged to 959 kilogrammes last year from a peak of 17 tonnes in 2004, the miners' lobby group said. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cottco to Recover Input Costs

    The Herald

    Cottco Holdings said on Friday it has recouped most of the $7 million that it invested in production of the crop last year through on going deliveries from contracted farmers. Read more »

  • South Africa: Security Beefed Up At Helen Joseph After Attack

    SAnews.gov.za

    The Gauteng Health Department says it has beefed up security measures at the Helen Joseph Hospital in Johannesburg following an attack on a nurse last Friday night. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: It's Time to Give Others a Chance - Tuku

    The Herald

    Superstar Oliver Mtukudzi says he will not be taking part in any of the local award shows to give others a chance. Read more »

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