April 21

  • Zimbabwe: First Group of Returnees Arrive After Fleeing Xenophobia

    The Herald

    The first batch of Zimbabweans fleeing xenophobic attacks in South Africa arrived at Beitbridge Border Post last night with harrowing tales of how they narrowly escaped death and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Envoy to Ghana Says SA Violence Detrimental to African Peace

    New Zimbabwe

    THE Zimbabwean High Commissioner to Ghana, Pavelyn Tendai Musaka, has described as criminal the xenophobic violence in South Africa. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dube Wins U.S $3 Million Salary Case

    The Herald

    Premier Service Medical Aid Society was yesterday ordered to pay ousted former group chief executive Dr Cuthbert Dube more than $3 million in salary arrears which accrued since his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt, World Bank in U.S $6,5 Million Industry Project

    The Herald

    Government is working with the World Bank on a $6,5 million programme to improve industrial productivity and business competitiveness. President Mugabe revealed this in his address... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Xenophobia Victims Departure Delayed

    The Herald

    The first batch of Zimbabweans fleeing xenophobic attacks in South Africa which arrived at Beitbridge Border Post last night have been delayed amid reports that the haulage truck... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Aussie Businessman Spared Deportation

    The Herald

    Australian-born Kwekwe businessman Lee Waverly John heaved a sigh of relief after the High Court struck out the Immigration Department's appeal to have him deported. The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tetrad Rejects Militala Report

    The Herald

    Tetrad Holdings has strongly objected to the report issued by Mr Winsley Militala, its provisional Judicial Manager which recommended its liquidation over the failure to attract... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S $700k Fraud - 6 Get Bail

    The Herald

    Six men who allegedly connived with some Ministry of Finance and Economic Development officials to swindle the Government of $729 345 were last Friday freed on bail. High Court... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'President's Statement On Bonuses Final'

    The Herald

    GOVERNMENT spokesperson Professor Jonathan has said the reinstatement of civil servants' bonuses announced by President Mugabe during the 35th independence celebrations over the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: '6 000 Cars Imported Through Beitbridge'

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority says it has handled a total of 5 978 imports of second hand vehicles from Japan through Beitbridge Border post between January and March this year.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: A Shadowy Plot That Stinks

    The Herald

    MIRIAM Sibanda has had a rocky relationship with ZIFA chief executive Jonathan Mashingaidze in the year she has been in charge of women football in this country. She has fought a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: UAE-Based Bank's Investment Plans in Limbo

    The Herald

    United Arab Emirates-based financial institution, Tabarak Investment Bank's proposed investment into the mining and petroleum sectors have failed to take off due to delays in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President Leaves for Indonesia

    The Herald

    President Mugabe left Harare last night for Jakarta, Indonesia where he joins other world leaders for the Asia-Africa Summit that coincides with celebrations of the 60th... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Disqualified Candidate Seeks Redress At Electoral Court

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF aspiring candidate for Harare East in the by-elections set for June 10, Cde Terence Mukupe, has appealed at the Electoral Court against the party and the Zimbabwe Electoral... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Football's Born-Frees

    The Herald

    THEY are the boys who were born in the year Zimbabwe attained its independence and, 35 years down the line, they are still in the trenches of domestic football. Buffaloes' Shepherd... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Jah Prayzah Defends Video

    The Herald

    Contemporary musician Jah Prayzah who released a video for his song "No to Xenophobia" last week has defended its highly graphic contents saying people ought to know what really... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Madzibaba Ishmael Opens Can of Worms

    The Herald

    Madzibaba Ishmael Chokurongerwa Mufani wept uncontrollably in court yesterday while defending himself in a case in which he is accused of public violence. Mufani said he was being... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Power Tariff Cut for Ferrochrome Producers

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company has reduced power tariff for ferrochrome producers by about 21 percent to improve their viability. Ferrochrome... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Average Tobacco Price Down 9 Percent

    The Herald

    A total of 42,3 million kilogrammes of tobacco worth $117,9 million have been sold since the opening of the 2015 marketing season, statistics released by the Tobacco Industry and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Redefining the Meaning of Language Via Music

    The Herald

    I was asked by one veteran journalist friend whether I listened to Zim dancehall music. My answer was, "sometimes". Why sometimes? Because I am a creative person and I love the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tengenenge - Home of Art

    The Herald

    Sculpture has represented our culture and artistic prowess internationally for many years and when the country got independence in 1980, many artists became interested in the art... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President Mugabe Arrives in Indonesia

    The Herald

    President Mugabe arrived here this morning to attend the Asia-African Conference that coincides with celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference of 1955.The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Musician Donates to Prison

    The Herald

    Gospel musician Abraham Matuka, who is well known in the gospel music circle for his single "Vhinire raJesu", has donated clothing worth thousands of dollars to female inmates at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Farm Mechanisation Needs All-Round Approach [editorial]

    The Herald

    The announcement of the imminent farm mechanisation programme to empower smallholder farmers and help boost production is great news. Certainly with enough planning and effective... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MDC's Folly of Boycotting Elections [opinion]

    The Herald

    They trigger an election. They boycott it. Is this some ingenious political strategy or downright political idiocy by the Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC? If the meetings and... Read more »

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