April 18

  • U.S. Congratulates, Sanctions Zim

    The Herald

    THE United States yesterday tightened its ruinous economic sanctions regime on Zimbabwe by adding one company and several Chinese nationals doing business in the country to a... Read more »

  • All-White Party for Dongo

    The Herald

    Soulful singer Trevor Dongo is set perform this Sunday at an "all white" themed engagement party scheduled for ZimCafe Restaurant starting at 12 noon. Read more »

  • Thomas Mapfumo's Independence Message [opinion]

    The Herald

    I wish to send my revolutionary greetings and congratulatory message to the people of Zimbabwe on this special occasion as our country celebrates 34 years of independence. Read more »

  • Kapata Dissolves the Masebo Appointed Zawa Board

    Zambia Reports

    Tourism Minister Jean Kapata has with immediate effect dissolved the Zambia Wildlife Authority board that was appointed by her sacked predecessor Sylvia Masebo. Read more »

  • Jah Prayzah's Album Launch Drab

    The Herald

    On the eve of Jah Prayzah's album launch the musician said he was expecting about 5 000 people to attend the event. The musician was responding to some people who questioned the... Read more »

  • The Gospel According to Mahachi

    The Herald

    Gospel musician Tatenda Mahachi is urging church-goers and leaders to return to the basic principles of Christianity this Easter through his latest single "Endai Naizvozvo". Read more »

  • Congolese Act At Hifa

    The Herald

    One of the finest Congolese outfits, Black Bazaar will be entertaining fans at this year's edition of the Harare International Festival of the Arts on May 2 at the Telecel Main... Read more »

  • New Dancehall Kids On the Block

    The Herald

    Zimdancehall music genre seems to be the in-thing for most young musicians from the ghettos and the tide has also swept across a foursome from Glen Norah who are going by the trade... Read more »

  • Why ICC Won't Dump ZC

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE Cricket might be a stricken ship,weighed down by a crippling debt fuelled by mounting costs and depressed income, but its status as a Full Member of the ICC isn't under... Read more »

  • Tanga Back By Public Demand

    The Herald

    Following his highly successful album launch early this month at Misty's, Township music singer Tanga Wekwa Sando is back at the joint by public demand. Read more »

  • Reflections On 34 Years of Self-Rule [opinion]

    The Herald

    FORMAL sector unemployment is very high, companies are closing down, the economy is teetering on the brink, we don't have a national currency and corruption is running riot in high... Read more »

  • Flame Lilly Face Lake Harvest

    The Herald

    FLAME LILLY face a tough test when they date Lake Harvest at Chikurubi in the World Navi Northern Region Division One league match this afternoon. Read more »

  • Zimplats Conducts Study for New Mine

    The Herald

    The country's largest platinum miner Zimplats is conducting a bankable feasibility study for its new Portal 5 mine scheduled for completion by 2019. Read more »

  • Antelope Game Park the Place to Be

    The Herald

    On the outskirts of the City of Gweru is a 3 000-acre private game sanctuary, the Antelope Game Park, a haven of tranquillity set in the African bush. The game park offers a... Read more »

  • Independence Gala for Centenary

    The Herald

    Centenary residents will be treated to a rare event today as resident promoter Zakaria Five of Changaz Promotions hosts an Independence gala. The music treat will begin at the main... Read more »

  • ZRP Deploys for Easter Holiday

    The Herald

    Police have been deployed countrywide to ensure the Easter and Independence holidays are not spoiled by road carnage and crime. Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant... Read more »

  • UFIC Coaches to Ferry International Visitors

    The Herald

    UNITED Family International Church is providing three buses to help international visitors that have registered with the church and are in need of transport assistance, a senior... Read more »

  • Tobacco Farmers Union Faces Closure

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Progressive Tobacco Farmers Union is facing closure for operating without a licence and allegedly misappropriating over $750 000 belonging to farmers. Read more »

  • Finally, ZBC Comes to the Party

    The Herald

    Finally, the electorate will be the judges, courtesy of ZBC. The decision by the public broadcaster to give live television coverage to parliamentary question time every Wednesday... Read more »

  • Let's Make This the Safest Ever Easter [opinion]

    The Herald

    The road toll from the Easter holidays last year is no joke at 50 dead and 273 injured, 2012 was better with 23 dead and 150 injured, according to official information released by... Read more »

  • Thousands Come Home for Easter

    The Herald

    The volume of both human and vehicular traffic has increased at Beitbridge Border Post as Zimbabweans based in South Africa troop back home for the Independence and Easter... Read more »

  • President Meets Salvation Army Leader

    The Herald

    The Salvation Army's international leader General Andre Cox met President Mugabe at State House in Harare yesterday and assured him that the church was there to support the people. Read more »

  • Mountaineers Win Logan Cup

    The Herald

    THE powerful Mountaineers team has won the Logan Cup competition for the first time with a full round of matches still to go. They took the necessary point off Southern Rocks for a... Read more »

  • And Are We Not? [opinion]

    Daily Trust

    During a luncheon to celebrate his 90th birthday, on March 15, 2014, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe took a swipe at Nigeria's corruption, warning his countrymen not by any... Read more »

  • ZTA Cleans City for Carnival

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority in partnership with the Harare City Council on Tuesday launched a clean-up campaign dubbed the "Harare International Carnival Clean-up". Read more »

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