January 27

  • Zimbabwe: Used Car Imports Gobble U.S $469 Million

    The Herald

    Zimbabweans spent $469 million importing vehicles from different countries last year, at a time capacity utilisation for local car assemblers fell to a lowly five percent, with... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Information, Zimdollar and Bond Coins [opinion]

    The Herald

    They say knowledge conquers fear. And fear stifles our thinking and paralyses our actions. The less the information people are given, the more the erosion of confidence and more... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: China to Boost Zim's ICTs Sector

    The Herald

    Government expects the country to benefit economically from its co-operation with China, especially in the area of information communication technology, a sector that has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Men Must Speak Against Gender-Based Violence

    The Herald

    Last Friday, gender activists across Zimbabwe took time off their busy schedules to launch the Orange Day, a United Nations' initiated campaign to end violence against women and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Issues Interim Maize Import Permits

    The Herald

    Government has issued interim permits for the importation of maize in the country in order to beef up strategic grain reserves. The maize is landing at between $290 and $320 per... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: UN Envoy Meets President Mugabe

    The Herald

    United Nations Secretary-General Mr Ban Ki Moon's Special Envoy on the Great Lakes Region Mr Said Djinnit yesterday met President Mugabe at State House to brief and seek advice on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Parliament Reconvenes

    The Herald

    Parliament resumes sitting today after taking a month-long break for the Christmas and New Year holidays. In the National Assembly, debate on a motion calling on Government to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ARC to Pay U.S$25 Million in Drought Claims

    The Herald

    ARC Insurance Company Limited (ARC Ltd) will pay $25 million in drought insurance claims to three countries in the Sahel this month. Mauritania, Niger and Senegal, which paid a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Musicians, Zaha Assist Kidney Patient

    The Herald

    A Great Zimbabwe University student, Mollen Makoni, has thanked top local musicians for helping raise funds which enabled her to undergo a successful kidney transplant in India. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mahachi Ropes in Ncwane

    The Herald

    Gospel musician Tatenda Mahachi has collaborated with South African award winning gospel musician Sifiso Ncwane on a single titled "Ndokudai Jesu" (Ngiyakuthanda uJesu). Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Meet Zambian President Edgar Chagwa Lungu

    The Herald

    THE life of Edgar Chagwa Lungu has had many ups and downs, but perhaps the time for his rise to the peak is right here. A few days ago, he was inaugurated as the sixth republican... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: National Pension Scheme Advances Beyond Two Decades

    The Herald

    The national pension scheme operated by NSSA is now well past its second decade. Its 20th anniversary was in October last year. Almost four months have passed since then. The full... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Farewell Sister Tariro. . . Champion of Deaf Education in Zim

    The Herald

    Where is the good in goodbye? Two weeks ago, the deaf community in Harare bade farewell to one of its champions, Sister Tariro Chimanyiwa OP, who had worked at Emerald Hill School... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Media Freedom Demands Responsibility

    The Herald

    AS the media in Zimbabwe, there are many good things we cherish, one of them is a new Constitution that guarantees Press freedom in sections 61 and 62, especially Section 61 that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZKU Approve Code of Ethics

    The Herald

    THE Zimbabwe Karate Union on Saturday approved their code of ethics during their meeting at Elcombe's restaurant in Harare in an effort to ensure professionalism in the way... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Lionel Mtizwa Set to Bounce Back

    The Herald

    FORMER Warriors midfielder Lionel Mtizwa looks set to bounce back to the domestic Premiership if his ongoing club-hunting mission in the South African top-flight fails to bear... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mandenge Lands Sables Job

    The Herald

    CYPRIAN "Supa" Mandenge has landed the Sables coaching job and is set to be unveiled this morning at the Zimbabwe Rugby Union headquarters . Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Vingirai Fights On

    The Herald

    Transnational Holdings Limited (THL) founder, Mr Nicholas Vingirai and his allies, will have to wait a little longer before their fresh bid to reclaim their assets merged into ZB... Read more »



January 26

  • Zimbabwe: Opposition Condemns Harare Land Grabs

    New Zimbabwe

    A new wave of land grabs in Harare has drawn sharp condemnation from the MDC-Renewal outfit, which has warned of dire consequences akin to the economic crisis sparked by the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mujuru Candidate Tops Mt Darwin Poll

    New Zimbabwe

    A CANDIDATE sponsored by Zanu PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere to replace Joice Mujuru as MP for Mt Darwin West came third in the internal party poll with the ex-vice... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: French Business Delegation Expected

    The Herald

    A FRENCH business delegation, representing about 10 big companies, is expected in the country tomorrow to explore investment opportunities in various economic sectors. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chinamasa Raps Business Leaders

    The Herald

    FINANCE Minister Patrick Chinamasa last week took a swipe at industrialists, rapping them for lavish lifestyles while lacking initiatives of growing businesses. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Caps United Eye Zambezi Cup Tourney

    New Zimbabwe

    ZIMBABWE Premier Soccer League side Caps United say they are targeting to defend the Zambezi cup tournament which they won last year in Malawi as part of their pre-season... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Moyo Slams Purported Investigative Stories

    New Zimbabwe

    INFORMATION minister Jonathan Moyo has said there is nothing investigative about some stories appearing in the state media as most of the information is supplied by politicians... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gumbura's Lawyers Chicken Out

    New Zimbabwe

    CONVICTED rapist and former RMG Independent End Time Message front-man Robert Martin Gumbura has been dumped by his lawyers for as yet unknown reasons. Read more »

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