September 30

  • Zimbabwe: Chivero Dam Wall Risks Collapse

    The Herald

    Chivero Dam wall faces collapse if the hyacinth weed that is choking the dam and throwing water back is not removed, engineers have warned.The collapse of the dam wall would... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai's Political Time Is Up, Says UK Academic

    The Herald

    MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai's time as a meaningful political force is over and Zanu-PF will not have any problem romping to victory in the 2018 harmonised elections, a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mare Engages Female Prisoners

    The Herald

    Afro fusion diva Cynthia Mare will collaborate with female prisoners for a song that will be released next month. Mare was one of the musicians who toured prisons last week. The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Has Talent Show Aims High

    The Herald

    Talent search show Zimbabwe Has Talent could become the top multi-genre national arts contest if the thrilling semi-finals of the show held on Sunday at Wing Wah Restaurant in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 1.7MW Power Plant for Chimanimani

    The Herald

    A Zimbabwean company plans to construct a 1,7 megawatt hydro-power plant in Chimanimani, a move expected to boost electricity output. The plant will generate 1, 7 megawatts using... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: National Arts Council Targets Promoters

    The Herald

    The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe says it will soon regulate local shows to avoid unnecessary clashes that have rocked the entertainment industry. NACZ director Elvas Mari said... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dancehall Night At Beer Festival

    The Herald

    As preparations for the inaugural Sunset October Beer Festival set for October 24 and 25 in Harare gather momentum, organisers have released names of performers to take part on the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: NSSA - Commercial Farmers Should Be Registered With NSSA

    The Herald

    Commercial farmers like other formal sector employers, expected to register with the National Social Security Authority and are expected to remit their National Pension Scheme... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Loses Arm in Croc Fight

    The Herald

    A 42-YEAR-OLD Chiredzi man lost an arm and sustained multiple fractures on his other hand as he wrestled a crocodile that attacked him and tried to pull him into Chiredzi... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: More Structures Face Demolition

    The Herald

    More illegal structures are set to be demolished in Chitungwiza as the Urban Development Corporation, which was tasked by the Government to draw a layout plan of the town, submits... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Illegal Settlement Sprouts in Hatfield

    The Herald

    Illegal settlements are mushrooming between Hatfield and Epworth in Harare, prompting the city council to warn those building on undesignated land that they risk losing their money... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Be Techno-Savvy, Security Forces Urged

    The Herald

    Security forces should strive to be advanced in technology as countries are confronted with unprecedented and invisible types of technology-driven threats, a Government official... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe/Botswana: Botswana Won't Join Our Bid

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE'S chances of securing the rights to stage the 2017 African Cup of Nations were dealt another big blow when their proposed co-hosts Botswana withdrew from the bidding... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Needs Protests and Brains [opinion]

    New Zimbabwe

    The UK chairman of Zanu PF Nick Mangwana seems to have been emboldened by the anti-mass action pronouncements of evangelist Emmanuel Makandiwa, so he sent some gibberish to New... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Judiciary Is Impartial - Deputy Chief Justice

    The Herald

    The judiciary enjoys the independence and impartiality guaranteed by the country's Constitution when performing their duties in various courts, Deputy Chief Justice Luke Malaba has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dzepfunde Trust Hosts Cultural Fest

    The Herald

    Epworth will come alive on Friday when the first edition of Dzepfunde Arts Festival takes place at Epworth Hall. Youthful duo, Extra Large, Ndondoza and Dzepfunde Arts performers... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Journalists Must Uphold the Ethics, Always

    The Herald

    ONE of the fundamental but often overlooked tenets of journalism is distinguishing fact from fiction which guides against probably the worst misdemeanour in the profession, which... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chief Whips Speak On Parly Session

    The Herald

    The First Session of the Eighth Parliament failed to effectively carry out its mandate of enacting laws after Government failed to bring Bills for debate, while the lack of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Starafrica to Reduce Process Losses

    The Herald

    Starafrica corporation expects to reduce process losses to below 4 percent from an average of 13 percent after completion of its sugar refinery plant. The plant is in the final... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ndabambi Relives Bosso 'Nightmare'

    The Herald

    ZPC Kariba team manager Partson Ndabambi has described the post-match incidents at Hartsfield one of the worst nightmares he has endured in his lengthy stay in the game.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Meets SMP Requirements

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe has met all the quantitative targets and structural benchmarks under the International Monetary Fund's Staff Monitored Programme (SMP), IMF said after its latest review... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Christ TV Awards - Much Ado About Nothing

    The Herald

    Christ TV, one of the evangelical channels, recently celebrated its first anniversary and honoured Zimbabwean musicians across genres of music at the City Sports Centre. Although... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mliswa Thumbs Nose At Zanu-PF

    The Herald

    Zanu-pf Mashonaland West provincial chairperson and Hurungwe West legislator Cde Temba Mliswa yesterday thumbed his nose at the revolutionary party, openly insisting that he would... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Critical Thinking the Essence of True Leadership [opinion]

    The Herald

    IN any society there are men and women of critical thinking, reason, and principles. Some are of expedience, shallow values, and instant gratification personal aggrandisement or... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Needs Brains, Not Protests [opinion]

    The Herald

    IN a parliamentary democracy, the role of the opposition is to provide an alternative. They are meant to bring the government of the day to account. In many cases they are meant to... Read more »

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