May 23

  • Zimbabwe: Fired Zanu-PF Members Speak Out

    The Herald

    People fired or suspended from Zanu-PF yesterday accepted the decisions taken by the Politburo and pledged to continue supporting the revolutionary party and President Mugabe. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF - Rules, Not Gurus [column]

    The Herald

    Temba Mliswa thinks he should cut links with Mai Mujuru. He alleges she has failed to defend "the people" when these were being expelled from the party, Zanu-PF Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Find Alternatives to Reduce Overcrowding in Prisons'

    The Herald

    Government must find ways to reduce overcrowding in the country's prisons, including imposing non-custodial sentences on convicts, Parliament heard on Thursday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Parly Inks Two MoUs

    The Herald

    Parliament has signed two Memoranda of Understanding with the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (Zela) and the Zimbabwe Peace and Security Trust (ZPST) to capacitate... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mukupe Pours His Heart Out

    The Herald

    The Zanu-PF candidate in the forthcoming Harare East by-election, Cde Terrence Mukupe, says he regretted that the dispute between him and Cde Mavis Gumbo in the race to represent... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Demands Supporters' Respect

    The Herald

    MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai, yesterday forced his party supporters to chant slogans "yes president" whenever he made a point in a desperate move to command respect. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S $38 Million Boost for Agriculture

    The Herald

    President Mugabe yesterday commissioned agricultural equipment worth $38,6 million as Government accelerates efforts to achieve targets set under the Zim-Asset Food Security and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Africa Must Set Own Agenda

    The Herald

    African scholars must assert themselves and provide intellectual leadership that places African ideals at the centre of all African solutions to address numerous challenges facing... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Vendors Must Go, Say MPs

    The Herald

    Members of Parliament have demanded the immediate removal of illegal vendors who have flooded Harare's streets, saying they are a menace and threaten properly-registered retail... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Shame On You, Zifa

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE Warriors' exit from the 2015 COSAFA Cup on Thursday night in South Africa was a major embarrassment for the nation and provided yet another disturbing sign of the decay... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Commander Defence Forces Golf Day Tees Off

    The Herald

    BORROWDALE Brooke will be a hive of activity today when the third edition of the Commander Defence Forces annual fundraising golf day this morning. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Explosives Expected At Eaglesvale Sevens

    The Herald

    EAGLESVALE School is expected to burst into life on Monday when Zimbabwe's biggest Sevens rugby tournament by participation - the Eaglesvale Sevens - takes place on Africa Day. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Be Careful What You Talk About

    The Herald

    Last week we were talking of inner healing as a key to moving on in life and excelling to higher dimensions. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Smallholder Farmers Backbone of Agriculture'

    The Herald

    Government has challenged stakeholders in the agricultural industry to assist smallholder farmers to boost productivity. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: SDA Offers Free Health Care

    The Herald

    Over 3 000 Chitungwiza residents received free health care at the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) church Revelation of Hope health expo which began last week. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ray of Light for Midlands Doctor

    The Herald

    A senior Government doctor for Midlands Province left wheelchair-bound after a road traffic accident, had her dream of walking again come closer to realisation yesterday when she... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Curriculum Assessment and Individual Development

    The Herald

    The late great Nelson Mandela once said "Education is the most powerful tool we can use to change the world". Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Storm Could Be Over

    The Herald

    A FRESH breeze has blown into the CAPS United camp after the two shareholders, Twine Phiri and Farai Jere, met in Harare yesterday and agreed to thrash out a rescue package to save... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Matabeleland Win

    The Herald

    MATABELELAND Under-19s defeated Mashonaland Country Districts Undeer-19s in a Zimbabwe schools rugby national trials match of the day at Falcon College yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Boy Discovers New World in Art

    The Herald

    They say every child is an artist, the only problem is how to remain one when you grow up. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tafi the Mentor

    The Herald

    IT takes a lot of hard work for a coach to produce a remarkable team of stars who break records in international competitions each year. One such coach is Tafi Machingaidze, who... Read more »



May 22

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