August 20

  • Zimbabwe: Is Open Burning of Waste a Waste Management Tool? [opinion]

    The Herald

    Waste management is a challenge facing most towns and cities in Zimbabwe. Local authorities are not providing bins at strategic and convenient places and refuse collection is also... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Insurance Firms Should Consider Product Bundling'

    The Herald

    Insurance firms should continuously innovate especially in a market where customers are demanding access to related products under one roof, a financial expert has said. NMBZ... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Hails President Mugabe

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe's assumption of the Sadc chair has been hailed by people from all walks of life as an endorsement of President Mugabe's unquestionable leadership. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Motocross Junior Sensation Muzinda Gets Her Bike

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE motocross junior sensation Tanya Muzinda was yesterday officially handed her new KTM motorbike by the outgoing European Union Ambassador to Zimbabwe Aldo Dell'Arricia.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Pasuwa to Attend Fifa Technical Conference

    The Herald

    BARRING any hastily-arranged international friendly match involving Zimbabwe's senior team, Dynamos gaffer Callisto Pasuwa is set to perform his first official assignment as... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Broke Councils Write Off Debts - Industries, Corporates Set to Benefit - Move Tailored to Buoy Bill Payments

    The Herald

    Most local authorities have resolved to write off debts and offer up to 50 percent discounts to commercial, industrial and institutional customers as an incentive to encourage them... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mangwiro Rallies Caps United

    The Herald

    CAPS United coach Taurayi Mangwiro has urged his team to build on their momentum when they clash with Shabanie Mine in a tricky away fixture at Maglas this afternoon. The Harare... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mutuma Fights Again... Chaos At Dembare Worries Club's Principal Sponsors

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE champions Dynamos are testing the patience of their principal sponsors, BancABC, after another wild day at the club saw the "Mad Prince", Rodreck Mutuma, plunge into his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Women Groups Key in Savings Mobilisation [opinion]

    The Herald

    The contribution of women to economic development is well documented. Yet there exists several barriers to the full optimization of women's economic potential. Reasons commonly... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Airzim Procurement Shambolic - Witness

    The Herald

    Air Zimbabwe Holdings (Pvt) Ltd was once fined US$800 by the State Procurement Board for not adhering to procurement regulations, the court heard yesterday. An Airzim procurement... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gwanza in Open Discussion

    The Herald

    Gwanza Month of Photography will today hold an open discussion entitled "Lens on Africa: Othering Othered Perspectives" to interrogate the issues, ideas and implications posed by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zifa Appointments Clarified

    The Herald

    ZIFA vice-president Omega Sibanda may have distanced himself from the appointment of junior national team coaches, but it has emerged that he is bound by a board resolution which... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Montana Takes Over Carswell Meats

    The Herald

    Montana Meats has acquired a controlling stake in Masvingo-based Carswell Meats in a deal now before the Competition and Tariff Commission, The Herald Business can reveal. In a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Blind Man Sees Red Over Wife's Infidelity

    The Herald

    A visually-impaired man yesterday approached the Harare Civil Court claiming matrimonial damages from his neighbour whom he is accusing of sleeping with his wife. Emmanuel Kamoto... Read more »



August 19

  • Southern Africa: All Quiet On the SADC Front [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    It was an uneventful SADC summit hosted by new chairman Robert Mugabe, although he didn't fail to stamp his personality on proceedings. Good news for President Zuma, however - he's... Read more »

  • South Africa: Cricket, SA v Zim - the Miller's Tale [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    David Miller was one of South Africa's standout batsmen in the second ODI against Zim on Tuesday. Although he has varied success in recent years, his star could finally be ignited... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: President Sets Tone, Hits the Ground Running [editorial]

    The Herald

    President Mugabe is now officially the chairman of sadc for the next 12 months. It is not an exaggeration to say he has hit the ground running, thanks to the convergence of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 2018 - Mugabe in Pre-Emptive Strike Against Impatient Successors

    New Zimbabwe

    PUBLISHER and academic, Ibbo Mandaza, has said President Robert Mugabe staged a pre-emptive coup on potential successors by accepting nomination by a group of Zanu PF women as the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 2018 - Mugabe in Pre-Emptive Strike Against Impatient Successors

    New Zimbabwe

    PUBLISHER and academic, Ibbo Mandaza, has said President Robert Mugabe staged a pre-emptive coup on potential successors by accepting nomination by a group of Zanu PF women as the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Magaya Accuser Claims Death Threats

    New Zimbabwe

    LAWYERS representing a Harare man who is accusing Prophet Walter Magaya of bedding his wife have claimed that their client has been getting death threats. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Reckless' Mutsvangwa to Be Discipline - Gumbo

    New Zimbabwe

    DEPUTY foreign affairs minister Christopher Mutsvangwa faces disciplinary action for his vicious attack on vice president Joice Mujuru and her key ally Didymus Mutasa, the party's... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bimha in China, Seeks Aid for Ailing Industry

    New Zimbabwe

    INDUSTRY and Commerce Minister Mike Bimha left the country for China on Tuesday to seek Chinese investment in a bid to revive Zimbabwe's ailing manufacturing sector. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Madagascar Leader Grateful

    The Herald

    MADAGASCAN President Hery Rajaonarimampianina has applauded SADC's intervention in brokering peace in his country which paved way for the December 2013 elections that restored... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Insurance Scam: Airzim Bosses Blame Sanctions

    The Herald

    Air Zimbabwe Holdings (Pvt) Ltd appointed Navistar Insurance Company to cover its assets as an emergency measure following the placement of Zimre Reinsurance Company (Pvt) Ltd on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MDC-T's Timba Loses Election Petition

    The Herald

    The Electoral Court has dismissed MDC-T candidate Mr Jameson Timba's challenge of the July 31 2013 election results for the National Assembly in Mt Pleasant constituency and upheld... Read more »

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