October 31

  • Zimbabwe: MDC-T - the Case for a Deserved Death [opinion]

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF is the last remaining, solid post-liberation movement which has been able to resist and challenge the hegemonic prescriptions of the west and the IMF. It is the only... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: No Evidence to Pin DJ Munya

    The Herald

    Star FM presenter DJ Munyaradzi Milimo and his alleged accomplices Taurai Jani and Mohammed Matare, who are accused of kidnapping and murdering Tinashe Magorimbo by poisoning him,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 140 Diamond Buyers for Local Sale

    The Herald

    About 140 diamond buyers are participating at the local diamond sale that opened in Harare on Monday. All seven diamond mining companies in the country are selling their produce. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dynamos to Get Trophy for Keeps

    The Herald

    DYNAMOS, with one hand on the Castle Lager Premiership title, could get a new piece of silverware in the event that they are crowned champions. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Zim Key to Old Mutual Growth'

    The Herald

    Old Mutual Plc chief executive Julian Roberts has said its Zimbabwe operations remain key to the group's growth strategy as it possesses a rich human resource base. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Hangs Self After Girlfriends Clash at His Residence

    The Herald

    A-24-Year-Old Harare man is said to have committed suicide by hanging himself with a cable in his house following an argument with his two girlfriends who had clashed at his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Agric Ministry Fails to Account for Funds

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE Ministry of Agriculture has failed to account for the Agricultural Revolving Fund, meant for maintenance and improvement of essential equipment, purchase of livestock drugs and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Delta Cuts Down Chibuku Production

    The Herald

    Delta Corporation has stopped production of standard Chibuku beer at six breweries across the country, as plant rationalisation continues after the introduction of its new product... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mokoomba Revisits Book Cafe

    The Herald

    Award winning Afro fusion band, Mokoomba will rekindle their performances tonight at the Book Cafe where they will she are stage with the rising group Were. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hwati Takes Art to Another Level

    The Herald

    "Quantumlogik" sounds very unorthodox in the world of fine art creativity. It tends to both mind and tongue twist and in the art fraternity it will not be surprising to hear many... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZPC Kariba, Dembare Battle On

    The Herald

    ZPC Kariba and Dynamos have vowed to fight to the end in what should be a thrilling ending to the Castle Lager Premiership title race. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Aspiring Judge Blasts LSZ

    The Herald

    One of the candidates aspiring to be a judge voluntarily gave evidence that could be prejudicial to his prospects after he accused the Law Society of Zimbabwe of unfairly... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: It's Gloomy in the Lowveld [opinion]

    The Herald

    WHEN Hippo Valley FC was promoted into the Premiership, the Chiredzi community celebrated a milestone sporting achievement. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZIMA Overwhelms Cde Chinx

    The Herald

    He did not know that his mother was in the auditorium. He did not know that his aunt was also there. He did not know that he would get a house. And when he knew all this, he cried. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Poultry Production on the Decline

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Poultry Association says this year's production target of 78 million day old chicks will not be met due to influx of cheap chicken imports. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Preps for Paralympic Games Set to Start

    The Herald

    PREPARATIONS for next year's National Paralympic Games are set to go into full swing following the unveiling of the Local Organising Committee in Harare yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Time Zim Opened Investments in Bio-Energy Sector [opinion]

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe's bio-fuels sector is still lagging behind in terms of the word production matrix, where the country and Africa as a whole still have little to contribute. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CAPS United Fined

    The Herald

    CAPS United have threatened to banish rowdy supporters from their matches after the club was slapped with a US$2 500 fine for the ugly incidents of violence which followed their... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Women Fight Over Man

    The Herald

    A Harare woman on Wednesday dragged her love rival to the Civil Court seeking a protection order and accusing her of snatching her "boyfriend." Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Low Patient Turnout at Major Hospitals

    The Herald

    Major hospitals in Harare recorded a low patient turnout yesterday as only emergency cases were being attended to by senior doctors following a strike by junior doctors who are... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cynthia Shines At Awards Ceremony

    The Herald

    Talented songstress Cynthia Mare was the best winner of the night at the Zimbabwe Music Awards on Wednesday when she scooped the most awards at the ceremony at Harare International... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dzuwa Relishes Bosnia Tie

    The Herald

    THE Zimbabwe Davis Cup team is relishing the opportunity to take on Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Europe/Africa Zone Group 2 home showdown between March 6 and 8 next year. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Yes, the Politics Is Upon Us! [opinion]

    The Herald

    My Two Cents Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Sisters At War

    The Herald

    A Harare woman has approached the Harare Civil Court seeking a protection order against her young sister whom she accuses of engaging in a sexual relationship with her husband. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Young Racers Impressive'

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE junior motocross racers are an impressive breed of champions who will put the country on the map if their performance at this year's meetings are anything to go by. Read more »

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