July 30

  • Zimbabwe: Public to Nominate Anti-Corruption Commissioners

    The Herald

    Parliament'S Standing Rules and Orders Committee has called on the public to nominate persons for consideration for appointment to the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission.This... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Community-Based Organisations, Waste Management [column]

    The Herald

    Poor waste management remains a challenge to urban local authorities throughout Zimbabwe. The volume of waste being generated continues to increase at a faster rate than municipal... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gospel Artiste in Street Album Launch

    The Herald

    Upcoming gospel singer, Itai Sandras will launch his second album at the corner of First Street Mall and George Silundika Avenue in a move that is meant to popularise his project... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Craft Monitoring, Evaluation National Policy

    The Herald

    GOVERNMENT will next month hold consultative workshops to craft a National Policy on Monitoring and Evaluation to ensure successful implementation of Government projects and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Rural Oral Health Survey to Cost $2,5 Million

    The Herald

    Government needs to mobilise US$2,5 million to undertake a study to assess the impact of excessive fluoride in drinking water and to develop cost-effective interventions to reduce... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Harare City Fire Mawiwi

    The Herald

    REIGNING Coach of the Year and Harare City mentor Bigboy Mawiwi has been fired by the Sunshine Boys, becoming the third Premiership coach to lose his job as the championship race... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Muzadzi Back At Triangle

    The Herald

    TRIANGLE United goalkeepers' coach Gift "Umbro" Muzadzi is back at work after a serving a two-month suspension following a contractual disagreement with the club's executive.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cronje Back in Training

    The Herald

    HAVING missed training on Monday at Locomotive Stadium in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, South Africa-based fly-half Guy Cronje was back on the field with the Sables yesterday after a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tadiwa Chinamo Brews Shocker

    The Herald

    UNSEEDED Zimbabwe tennis player Tadiwa Chinamo caused a major upset when he beat sixth seed Aditya Gokhale from India 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (6) in the third round of the ITF tournament... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ECD Teacher Training Intensifies

    The Herald

    Government has intensified training of Early Childhood Development teachers with a target of 11 000 teachers by 2018. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 4 Vie for Chitungwiza Ward 25 Council Seat

    The Herald

    THE Nomination Court sat in Chitungwiza last Friday and four aspiring council candidates filed their papers to fill the vacancy created in the town's Ward 25 following the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ammara's Emotional Account

    The Herald

    The environment was emotional and most people in the audience fought back tears when Ammara Brown, the stepdaughter to the late mbira exponent Chiwoniso Maraire, chronicled a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Legislator Pledges to Help Build School

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF legislator for Gokwe-Nembudziya, Cde Justice Mayor Wadyajena, has pledged to build classroom blocks at a satellite school in his constituency where pupils have been... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Craft Policy On Langauges, Culture

    The Herald

    Government is working hard to create an inclusive environment for the 13 indigenous languages recognised by the Constitution last year. Sport, Arts and Culture Minister Andrew... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Senior AFZ Instructor in Fatal Accident

    The Herald

    A senior Air Force of Zimbabwe parachute jumping instructor died on Sunday after he was involved in a parachute accident at Charles Prince Airport. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: When Fathers Rape Their Daughters [analysis]

    The Herald

    The Sunday Mail of June 22, 2014 carried a headline "Over 170 men rape daughters in a year" while The Herald of February 10, 2014 read "Father rapes 2-month-old daughter". On... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mwale Unhappy With First-Half Show

    The Herald

    MUTARE Sports Club coach Blessing Mwale is not happy with the way his charges have fared in the first half of the National Rugby League season. Mutare started the season on a bad... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: All Women's League Posts Vacant

    The Herald

    All positions in the Zanu-PF Women's League are up for grabs at the conference set for next month save for the Secretary for Women's Affairs who is appointed by the President at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Heroes, Defence Forces Days Preps At Advanced Stage

    The Herald

    Preparations for the commemoration of Heroes Day and Defence Forces Day on August 11 and 12 are at an advanced stage, with Government urging the people to turn out at different... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Reading Made Easy for Teens

    The Herald

    In these hectic times, getting teens to read involves a lot of effort unless it is reading for educational purposes. Normally this age-group would want some "adventure", commonly... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Vermeulen Ton Sets Frantic Finish

    The Herald

    Najibullah Zadran began two runs away from a century, but was bowled out for 99 by Tendai Chatara with the fifth ball of the day. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: World's Best Team Is Coming Here

    The Herald

    THE world's number one Test cricket team, powered by a lethal combination of the world's best Test bowler and the world's number one-ranked Test batsman, have named an All-Star... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Importance of Group Savings [opinion]

    The Herald

    Lower income people can save only small amounts individually, which are usually not enough to invest in productive activities. However, they can alternatively save as a group. By... Read more »



July 29

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