July 24

  • Zimbabwe: Mines Ministry Restructures

    The Herald

    CABINET has approved the restructuring of the Mines and Mining Development Ministry which will see four mining districts replaced by eight mining provinces, an official said.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Minister Moyo Urges Zim to Learn From Chinese Media

    The Herald

    Interaction between the media in Zimbabwe and China should not be mere exchange of gadgets but the country must draw lessons from the vast experience of the Asians, Information,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Amai Mugabe Turns 49

    The Herald

    The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe yesterday celebrated her 49th birthday at her children's home in Mazowe, where she revealed plans to build a secondary school, a university, a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Old Water Woes, New War

    The Herald

    For close to a decade, Harare's eastern and northern suburbs such as Mabvuku, Tafara, Ruwa, Greendale, Borrowdale, Hatcliffe, among others, have been facing water problems largely... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: It Must Have Been Love... but Its's All Over Now

    The Herald

    KAZIER Chiefs and Zimbabwe international left-back Zhaimu Jambo has been forced to cut short his professional career after failing to fully recover from a horrific knee injury he... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Set Up Commission of Inquiry

    The Herald

    Government plans to set up a commission of inquiry to establish the basis for compensating policyholders and pensioners who may have been prejudiced when the country adopted the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimdancehall's Ultimate Poet

    The Herald

    Zimdancehall rookie Tocky Vibes is staking his claim as the foremost social evangelist of the genre. The lyrically varied 20-year-old is dropping tune after tune with mature... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Local Government Laws Poised for Realignment

    The Herald

    The Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing has crafted three draft Bills to ensure legislation it administers is in compliance with the new Constitution.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bread Crisis Looms

    Financial Gazette

    ZIMBABWE is likely to reap one of its worst ever harvest of wheat this season, with estimates indicating the country could get a yield of 10 000 tonnes of wheat, or just a week's... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Harare Water Loan Entrusted to Incompetent People'

    Financial Gazette

    THE US$144,4 million loan extended to the City of Harare by the Export and Import Bank of China (EximBank) for water and sewer plant refurbishments is open to abuse as it was... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Commits to Labour Law Reform Process

    Financial Gazette

    GOVERNMENT has reaffirmed its commitment to the labour law reform process, which is expected to sustainably transform the country's socio-economic fortunes. In his keynote address... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chingoka Finally Leaves Zimbabwe Cricket

    New Zimbabwe

    PETER Chingoka, the long serving Zimbabwe Cricket chairman, has resigned from his post. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Can Zim Wrap Up Series? [analysis]

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE will be looking for a strong finish to the four match One-Day International cricket series against Afghanistan, which will secure the hosts the victory they want, in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Magaya Sues Paper for U.S.$20 Million

    The Herald

    PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Church leader Prophet Walter Magaya yesterday filed a US$20 million lawsuit against Alpha Media Holdings over an article published in the NewsDay... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Golden Opportunity for Dancehall Artistes

    The Herald

    Two talented local dancehall artistes to emerge from the upcoming One Love "Ghetto Vs Ghetto" Clash will get a chance to travel to New York at the end of the year courtesy of the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Motor Racing Fans in for a Treat

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWEAN motor racing fans are in for a treat this weekend at Donnybrook Raceway in Harare where they will be spoilt to a double dose of track racing events on Saturday and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President to Launch Teacher Programme

    The Herald

    President Mugabe is today expected to officially launch the Capacity Development Programme for Teachers to provide opportunities for teachers to improve their skills. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: National Disability Expo Beckons

    The Herald

    Preparations for the National Disability Expo running from July 30 to August 1 at the Africa Unity Square are at an advanced stage. One of the event organisers, Ticha Muzavazi,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Nampak to Consolidate Zim Businesses

    The Herald

    South African packaging company Nampak is seeking to consolidate its Zimbabwe businesses for them to be run under one entity. Nampak wholly owns CarnaudMetal Box (CMB), and has two... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Njodzi Dauramanzi - a Principled, Foresighted Cadre

    The Herald

    He did his primary education at Bako Primary School and attended Selous Missionary College for his secondary education. Read more »

  • Southern Africa: Towards a New SADC Tribunal

    The Herald

    The 34th Summit of Sadc heads of state and government in Victoria Falls next month presents the region with an opportunity to exorcise the ghost of the Sadc Tribunal and come up... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mpofu Defends Masimirembwa

    The Herald

    Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Obert Mpofu has defended his appointment of Mr Godwills Masimirembwa as chairperson of various State entities, saying he was the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Our Trip to Brazil Was No Joy Flight'

    The Herald

    THE Zimbabwe football leadership says it was not in Brazil on holiday and, to prove that this was a working trip, they persuaded Fifa to send a marketing expert to help Zifa retire... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Harare City Council to Construct U.S.$3 Million Mall

    The Herald

    HARARE Sunshine Holdings, an investment arm of the City Council, has commenced construction of a $3 million shopping mall in Mbare, along Simon Mazorodze road. The construction... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Shelters - Hope for Teen Moms [opinion]

    The Herald

    WHEN other girls her age walked to school six years ago, nine year-old Chipo (not real name) sat under a tree at their home in Mbimba Village, 87 kilometres from Plumtree. Read more »

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