August 27

  • Zimbabwe: Andy Brown's Widow Sells Drugs to Make Ends Meet, Court Told

    The Herald

    Musician Andy Brown's widow, Sherry Nadine Stoddart, has fallen on hard times and appeared in court on Monday for possessing dagga and the cough mixture Bron cleer (Bronco) that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dinyero Charms Hardman Chaka

    The Herald

    AFTER coming perilously close to claiming a maiden Castle Lager Premiership title, Harare City have found themselves having to turn their attention to a battle for survival... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bodyslam Mash Up UK

    The Herald

    The Bodyslam Family, creators of the PTK-produced "Bodyslam Riddim", have been mashing up the United Kingdom on a tour with Shinsoman and Killer T. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Millers Hit Brick Wall

    The Herald

    The Grain Millers' Association of Zimbabwe's bid to block Government from enforcing the new maize price of US$390 per tonne through an urgent chamber application failed yesterday... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Disappearing Act of Traditional Courtship [opinion]

    The Herald

    Operation musengabere and running marathons after girls are gone now. The Internet is here. But, there is plenty of room for a guy and a girl to meet naturally and fall in love the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZERA Rejects Proposed Electricity Hike

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority has shot down the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company's request for a 5 percent power tariff increase, in what may... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Arts Council Endorses Shut-Down Gig

    The Herald

    National Arts Council deputy director Nicholas Moyo has applauded organisers of the Harare Agricultural Show Shut-down Gig that will be held at Harare Civic Centre Grounds on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Youths Targeted in Zanu-PF Purge

    The Herald

    Some Zanu-PF provincial committees want youth leaders who supported the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe to assume the position of National Secretary for Women's Affairs to be expelled... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Youthful Talent Dazzles Book Cafe

    The Herald

    Rising Afro Jazz artist Prince Musarurwa and 13-year-old Tendai Mavengeni over the weekend rocked Book Café when they gave a sterling performance that was complemented by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Star Brite Under Fire

    The Herald

    Talent search show Star Brite has come under fire from various viewers that have castigated the show for 'lack of quality'. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Young Sables Fall to Kenya

    The Herald

    THE Young Sables dream of making it for the Junior World Rugby Trophy tournament suffered a huge blow yesterday when they lost 20-27 to Kenya at the Hage Geingob Stadium in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Olympics Scholarship Recipients Named

    The Herald

    THE Zimbabwe Olympic Committee yesterday stepped up their preparations for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by announcing the 10 successful recipients of the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fuelgate - CMED Boss Faces Disciplinary Hearing Today

    The Herald

    CMED (Pvt) Ltd has appointed a disciplinary "authority" to preside over the case of suspended managing director Mr Davison Mhaka, for his alleged involvement in a fuel scam that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Youth Savings Instill Good Financial Habits [analysis]

    The Herald

    The rationale behind the need for customised savings products for youth is straightforward: youth savings can promote asset-building, instill good financial habits in youths and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Jairos Tapera Begins Work

    The Herald

    JAIROS Tapera started work as Shabanie Mine technical manager yesterday afternoon and his first training session attracted a sizeable number of the team's fans. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Seven Majors Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonels

    The Herald

    President Mugabe has promoted seven Zimbabwe National Army officers from the rank of major to Lieutenant-Colonel. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chunga Excited With Buffaloes Challenge

    The Herald

    VETERAN coach Moses Chunga is excited to get new challenges and hopes to lift Buffaloes in the league home stretch after taking over the reins at the Mutare outfit today. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President's Diplomacy Redraws Geopolitical Map [opinion]

    The Herald

    While African leaders who attended the US-Africa Leaders Summit were welcomed as a group of 50 African heads of state and given quick photo opportunities at the White House,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimpapers Promises Pro-Family Radio

    The Herald

    ZIMPAPERS, which owns Star FM, will open a local commercial radio station in Mutare within the next 10 months if its licence application with the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kwela Calabash, Nyathi to Launch Album

    The Herald

    Pennywhistle masters Bulawayo Kwela Calabash and dup poet, Albert Nyathi will this Friday launch their eight-track album titled "Umoya/The Wind" at Alliance Francaise. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mangongo Keeps His Focus

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE cricket coach Steve Mangongo says his team have been losing matches, even before he took over, and there is no need to panic simply because they have lost to the world's... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Accuses Ex of Tampering With Son's Birth Certificate

    The Herald

    A Harare man yesterday told the court that his ex-girlfriend forged her son's birth certificate to claim maintenance from him. Read more »



August 26

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