September 22

  • Zimbabwe: I Want to Join UFIC - Sulumani

    The Herald

    Many gospel artistes received recognition at the Prophets Emmanuel and Ruth Makandiwa Invitational Concert and Awards Night held at the City Sports Centre over the weekend. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Lawyer Seeks U.S$1,5 Million Damages From Newsday

    The Herald

    Harare lawyer Mr Wilson Manase is demanding US$1,5 million from Alpha Media Holdings, the publishers of NewsDay, over an article claiming he was under criminal probe over the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF to Probe 'Dirty Dozen'

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF is investigating reports that some of its legislators and senior officials are holding secret meetings with United States Embassy officials and briefing them on classified... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Let's All Step Up to End Water Crisis

    The Herald

    The water problems of Zimbabwe's towns and cities are notorious and the highlighting of them last week at two meetings, a high-powered launch in Mutare of the Water and Sanitation... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: It's All Over for Tau

    The Herald

    TAURAI Mangwiro was on the brink last night, with all indications pointing to a breakdown of his marriage with CAPS United, after a rowdy section of the club's supporters turned... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Economic Analyst Bloch Dies

    The Herald

    Prominent economic commentator Dr Eric Bloch has died. He was 75. A chartered accountant by profession, Dr Bloch died on Saturday evening at his house in Kumalo. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President in U.S for UN General Assembly

    The Herald

    PRESIDENT Mugabe arrived here on Saturday to attend the 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Session starts tomorrow with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chareka Storms Sungura Scene

    The Herald

    OVER the years, the sungura music genre has been awash with the so-called "Murondatsimbas", copycat artistes who thrive on copying the beat by some established musicians. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Arming for Ebola World War

    The Herald

    These past few weeks have seen Zimbabweans shivering under an unusually cold spell in August and September of all calendar months when the sun should have started to crack as... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Flower Exports Gross U.S $11 Million

    The Herald

    Latest reports from the International Trade Centre show that, Zimbabwe's exported value on edible fruits for the year ended 2013 was sitting at $11 million while trade balance for... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man in Court for Raping Girlfriend (15)

    The Herald

    A 31-year-old man has appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Milton Serima on Friday facing charges of raping his 15-year-old girlfriend . Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Counterfeit Notes Land Man in Jail

    The Herald

    A Chitungwiza man was jailed for and effective 14 months last Thursday for attempting to buy sanitary pads with counterfeit notes. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mandeya Speaks On Handball

    The Herald

    THE Premier Handball League fixture-secretary Allan Mandeya says new and innovative marketing strategies are needed to enable the growth of the sport at club level in this country. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Education Officer Steals, Leaps to His Death

    The Herald

    A senior officer in the Ministry of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture in Chinhoyi has committed suicide by plunging head first from the second floor after stealing from his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: IDC to Revive WMMI, Deven

    The Herald

    The Industrial Development Corporations plans to take advantage of measures pronounced in the mid-term fiscal policy to revive its financially distressed vehicle assembly units. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Float Bond for Tokwe-Mukosi

    The Herald

    Government plans to float a bond for the completion of the $200 million Tokwe-Mukosi dam, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Saviour Kasukuwere has said. Read more »



September 21

  • Zimbabwe: Former Prime Minister to Lead Protests

    Zimbabwe Standard

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is headed for a fresh clash with authorities amid revelations that he plans to personally lead street protests being organised by his opposition... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Off to New York for UN General Assembly

    New Zimbabwe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe flew out to New York Saturday where he was set to join world leaders for the 69th session of the UN General Assembly. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Mugabe Appeases Chiefs for Support'

    Zimbabwe Standard

    President Robert Mugabe's promise to buy new luxury vehicles and increase allowances for traditional leaders in the face of a burning economy shows that he is determined to retain... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Medicines Quality Control Lab Gets WHO Nod

    New Zimbabwe

    ZIMBABWEANS are set to gain access to better medicines after a quality control laboratory in Harare got the nod of approval from the World Health Organisation (WHO) last week. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe's Doctorate - UZ Remains Mum

    Zimbabwe Standard

    THE University of Zimbabwe (UZ) has remained mum on the conferment of Doctor of Philosophy degree on First Lady Grace Mugabe despite questions and speculation being raised over the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Grace May Be Zim's President [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Standard

    It might actually come to pass that First Lady Grace Mugabe could one day rule Zimbabwe. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Bennett, Mawere Have Not Joined Renewal'

    Zimbabwe Standard

    MDC Renewal spokesperson, Jacob Mafume says South Africa-based Zimbabwean businessman Mutumwa Mawere and MDC-T treasurer-general Roy Bennett have not joined the breakaway party. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: NRZ - Cellphones Replace Signals

    Zimbabwe Standard

    The National Railway of Zimbabwe (NRZ)'s entire railway system has been run down to a point where enginemen have to resort to using cellphones to communicate, Transport and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Farmer Vows to Stay Put

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Figtree farmer David Connolly, who is being kicked out of his farm by President Robert Mugabe's close aide, Ray Ndhlukula has vowed to stay put. Read more »

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