January 24

  • Zimbabwe: I Am Here to Work - Katsande

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE international midfielder Willard Katsande's mother wanted him to become a security guard, but he chose to become a footballer.The defensive linkman, now a darling at South... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Remains Strong - President... - Party Underwent Structural Realignment - Congress Was Biggest, Democratic

    The Herald

    PRESIDENT Mugabe says he will not throw all his hard work down the drain by allowing former Vice President Joice Mujuru to ascend to the helm of Zanu-PF and Government via... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CAF Change Afcon Qualifying Format

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE'S Warriors, once again conspicuous by their absence from the ongoing African Cup of Nations showpiece, will now focus on the 2017 tournament for which they will know the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Muchinguri Finds New Love

    The Herald

    IT is now official. Zanu-PF Politburo member and Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Oppah Muchinguri is now customarily married to a Pentecostal clergyman, Bishop Anthony... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dembare, Caps Finalise Squads

    The Herald

    Giants CAPS United and Dynamos are set to trim down their squads this weekend after welcoming large numbers of players on trials when they started their preparations for the new... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mt Darwin Primary Poll Today

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF will today hold primary elections in Mount Darwin West in preparation for the March 27 by-election in that constituency. The seat was left vacant by former Vice President... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kasukuwere Nullifies Co-Options

    The Herald

    ZANU-PF secretary for the Commissariat Cde Saviour Kasukuwere has nullified all co-options in provinces meant to replace members who were suspended in the run-up to the 6th... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Clamp Down Hard On Land Barons

    The Herald

    THE "business as usual" attitude by land barons who continue to blatantly flout city by-laws and parcel out land that does not belong to them testifies to a glaring lack of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Prof Moyo Sets Record Straight

    The Herald

    INFORMATION, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo yesterday said he had never said the best way to destroy Zanu-PF was from within, saying his statement... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ex-Councillor's Trial Date Set

    The Herald

    The state yesterday set March 2 as the trial date of former MDC-T councillor, Friday Mleya (39). This was after Harare magistrate Mr Milton Serima, had warned the state that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Residents Lose Demolitions Case

    The Herald

    Three Manyame residents whose homes were destroyed during the demolition of illegal structures last year, had their case challenging the move thrown out by the High Court... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimra to Reinstate 13 Workers

    The Herald

    Thirteen workers, who were fired by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority for allegedly possessing pornographic material, will be reinstated after the Labour Court found no merit in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Russo Grooms Young Talent

    The Herald

    Music producer Russell "Russo" Chiradza has been hailed for his great artistry that he exhibited on Lil Major's single titled "Me and My Baby" featuring Varaidzo Nyakunika. The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: A-Level - Girls Outshine Boys

    The Herald

    Girls did better than boys in the November A-Level examinations set by the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (ZIMSEC). The statistics show that girls scored a 74 percent pass... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kaukonde Sues Papers

    The Herald

    FORMER zanu-pf Mashonaland East provincial chairman Ray Kaukonde is claiming $5 million for damages over alleged defamatory articles published by The Sunday Mail and The Sunday... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hichilema Cuts Lungu's Lead

    The Herald

    PATRIOTIC Front candidate Mr Edgar Lungu was leading the Zambian presidential by-election with 26 904 votes with 29 constituencies remaining.According to the results released by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: First Term Is Athletics Time

    The Herald

    On your marks, get set and go, first term is for athletics in most schools. The value of athletics in schools is significant and cannot be overlooked and has a profound impact on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Final Countdown for Zim Cricketers

    The Herald

    THE final countdown begins for the Zimbabwe national cricket team after the players regrouped yesterday for the last leg of the preparations ahead of the ICC World Cup scheduled... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Results Are Out - What's Next?

    The Herald

    Ordinary and Advanced Level Cambridge and Zimsec A-Level results came out this week and this year, it is all about good news as many passed with flying colours.After this week,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ex-Soldier Up for Fraud

    The Herald

    A former soldier stole a civilian's 'O' Level and birth certificates to land a post as a police officer. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: It's Back to 2006 for Local Rugby

    The Herald

    IT'S back to 2006 for local rugby after the Zimbabwe Rugby Union took over the administration of the domestic league and adopted regional leagues.The national league has been... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 312 Robbers Arrested

    The Herald

    More than 300 suspects were arrested in and around Harare last year for armed robbery and murder as such cases continue to increase. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Musician Biggie Tembo Spared Jail

    The Herald

    The late musician Biggie Tembo's son, who is named after his father, was yesterday convicted and sentenced to three months in prison for assaulting his five-month pregnant tenant.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gumbura Appeal Hearing Monday

    The Herald

    The High Court is on Monday expected to hear an appeal by jailed RMG Independent End Time Message leader Robert Martin Gumbura who was imprisoned for 40 years for raping women from... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Quits Job to Avoid Paying Maintenance

    The Herald

    A woman told the Harare Civil Court yesterday that her abusive husband quit his job to avoid paying maintenance for his five children. Read more »

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