April 16

  • MDC-T Desperate for Lazarus Moment [editorial]

    The Herald

    THE Bible in John 11:43 tells the story of a man called Lazarus, who died and was buried for four days before being brought back to life by Jesus Christ. Read more »

  • Mukanya Slams Corruption

    The Herald

    Dr Thomas "Mukanya" Mapfumo has slammed those implicated in corrupt activities by virtue of their positions of influence saying they were stealing from the poor. Read more »

  • Zim Ambitious Plans to Increase Power Generation

    CAJ News

    ZIMBABWE is aiming to increase power generation by an additional 1 900 megawatts in the next four years after approving 18 new projects. Read more »

  • SA Firm Favoured for IDC Stake

    CAJ News

    THE Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has shortlisted a South African company to buy its 49 percent stake in struggling Zimbabwe Grain Bag. Read more »

  • CAPS Utd Ownership Dispute Ends

    New Zimbabwe

    THE two year ownership struggle at Premier Soccer League club Caps United finally ended on Monday. Read more »

  • Zim At 34 - We Have Messed Up Big Time [opinion]

    New Zimbabwe

    THOUSANDS of gallant sons and daughters of the soil paid the ultimate sacrifice to ensure that Zimbabwe gained independence from racist colonial rule on April 18, 1980. It would be... Read more »

  • Bulawayo Vital to Economic Recovery

    New Zimbabwe

    BULAWAYO has traditionally been a key regional economic centre that contributed a significant amount of jobs, services and products to the Zimbabwean economy. The City has been the... Read more »

  • Shamed Mushowe Blasts 'Lying Companies'

    New Zimbabwe

    DISGRACED Manicaland provincial affairs minister Christopher Mushohwe, has accused diamond mining companies of reneging on their social responsibilities and "lacking moral... Read more »

  • DTZ Diversifies Business Portfolio

    The Herald

    Mutare-based miner DTZ-OZGEO (Pvt) Limited has started exploring for diamonds in Chinyadadze area in Buhera, a company official said. The company has also extended its footprints... Read more »

  • Slashed Perks for Bigwigs Monthend

    The Herald

    ALL chief executives of State-linked firms and local authorities will earn Cabinet-prescribed packages of US$6 000 and below this month. Read more »

  • New Board Chairman for Dembare

    The Herald

    CHAMPIONS Dynamos have reshuffled their board of directors and confirmed that Bernard Marriot will take over as the new chairman of the Glamour Boys following resolutions made at... Read more »

  • Bailout or Takeover?

    The Herald

    A CONTROVERSIAL multi-million dollar bailout package, attached with strings to strip the Zimbabwe Cricket leadership of all their powers and sub-contract the sport's management... Read more »

  • One-On-One With Filmmaker Nick Zemura [interview]

    The Herald

    Our reporter Catherine Murombedzi had a Q & A with Washington based Zimbabwean film maker Nick Zemura whose fictional movie 'My Lady' is set to premiere at Ster Kinekor on... Read more »

  • Jah Prayzah Launches Album Today

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe National Army has cemented its relationship with contemporary sungura musician Mukudzei "Jah Prayzah" Mukombe by partnering with him at his album launch scheduled for... Read more »

  • Women's Rugby Team's Credible Showing

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE women's rugby team finished fourth at the Confederation of African Cup tournament held in Nairobi, Kenya, at the weekend. The team lost 10-43 to South Africa in the Cup... Read more »

  • The Mungoshis' Journey

    The Herald

    The year is 1974. Jesesi Mungoshi, then a single young woman, is lying ill in her room at her sister's house. She is apparently in pain. In a short moment, her sister's husband... Read more »

  • Contractors Body Taking Indigenisation to New Level

    The Herald

    The greater part of 2013 was marked with different streams of proclamation relating to the Government policy on indigenisation. Read more »

  • Seh Calaz Too Controversial

    The Herald

    Seh Calaz is a talented young musician who together with Killer T, Soul Jah Love and Kinnah put Mbare on the Zim Dancehall map but his attraction to controversy maybe his downfall.... Read more »

  • Deflation or Price Correction?

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe's annual inflation maintained a downward spiral shedding a further minus 0,42 percentage points in February to minus 0,91 percent in March as liquidity and diminishing... Read more »

  • Raped, Strangled and Thrown Into Well to Die

    The Herald

    An Epworth woman cheated death after a stranger broke into her house while she was fast asleep, dragged her outside where he severely assaulted her, raped her several times before... Read more »

  • Independence Concert On Tomorrow

    The Herald

    A massive Independence concert has been lined up for the Borrowdale Race Course tomorrow. Read more »

  • I Was Misquoted - Manyuchi

    The Herald

    WORLD Boxing Council international welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi appears to have issued conflicting statements leading to the strain on his relationship with Zambian... Read more »

  • Cabinet to Act On Litterbugs

    The Herald

    Cabinet is considering stiffer laws to deal with people and companies that deliberately pollute the environment through poisonous emissions, litter, discharge of effluent and land... Read more »

  • Australia Maintains Sanctions On First Family

    The Herald

    Australia is maintaining sanctions against President Mugabe, the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe and five service chiefs, the latest amended list from Canberra reveals. Read more »

  • Gara a Jack of All Trades [interview]

    The Herald

    Youthful, talented actor and musician Arnold Gara has more than half a dozen feature films under his belt, a number of drama credits and his hit song "It's A Matter of Time" is... Read more »

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