October 24

  • Zimbabwe: Recovery of Mining Sector Key to Long-Term Growth

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE recovery of the mining sector is critical to the sustainable long-term recovery of Zimbabwe. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: First Lady's Continued Attacks on the Vice President [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe's emotionally-charged relentless vitriolic public attacks on Vice-President Joice Mujuru - which scaled hysterical heights yesterday - are apparently driven... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Power Struggles in Bulawayo, Matabeleland

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THIS week Derek Matyszak looks at the power struggles in the Matabeleland provinces in a report titled The Mortal Remains: Succession and the Zanu PF Body Politic, which was... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Jah Prayzah's Star Continues to Shine

    The Herald

    Jah Prayzah's four nominations in Zimbabwe Music Awards are just a tip of the musician's achievements in the music industry. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Local Artistes Show the Way

    The Herald

    Events in the arts industry for the past two weeks were very interesting for the Buy Zimbabwe cause. Delta Beverages held the now annual Lion Larger festival, where, as has become... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cuba's African Help Doesn't Need U.S. Validation [opinion]

    The Herald

    The entire world is focusing on the Ebola pandemic in Africa, for us to say that every ounce of praise and adulation that Cuba's 461 member medical brigade is well deserved, is... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Commando Turn Guns On ZRP

    The Herald

    ARMY side Commando Bullets turn their guns on ZRP Morris in the World Navi Northern Region Division One soccer league tomorrow at Commando. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Maguranyanga Backs Chivandire

    The Herald

    FORMER Zimbabwe Rugby Union executive committee member Gerald Maguranyanga has thrown his weight behind the appointment of Brighton Chivandire as the director of rugby. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: No Investment Is Bigger Than the Law [opinion]

    The Herald

    The Chinese are here, the Russians came and now Britain is about to send its high-powered business delegation at the end of this month to explore investment opportunities that they... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Afrika Revenge, Sulu in Joint Show

    The Herald

    Sungura will meet Afro-jazz tonight at the Book Cafe as the award winning duo, Afrika Revenge and dendera king Suluman Chimbetu will share the stage for the first time after almost... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Zim Needs to Rebase Economy'

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe should diversify its economy and not depend on raw mineral exports to guard against the vagaries of price movements of commodity prices which have an effect to dampen... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fundraising Dinner for Ex-Prisoners

    The Herald

    Free Divine International Trust, an organisation that rehabilitates ex-prisoners will host a fundraising dinner on October 31 at Rainbow Towers. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Willom, Gary Headline Summer Jazz Fest

    The Herald

    It is going to be a father and son affair tonight at the City Sports bar as veteran musician Willom Tight is set to share the stage with his uprising Afro-jazz son Gary Tight. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Traditional Healer (72) Rapes Minor

    The Herald

    A 72-YEAR-OLD traditional healer allegedly raped his neighbour's 10-year-old daughter after luring her with sweets worth R2. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kanhukamwe Installed Hit Vice Chancellor

    The Herald

    President Mugabe yesterday capped 277 graduates at the fifth graduation ceremony of the Harare Institute of Technology which coincided with the installation of Engineer Quinton... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: James Chimombe Commemoration Gig On Cards

    The Herald

    Commemorating lives of fallen musicians is now part of Zimbabwe's entertainment scene as evidenced by gigs held in honour of late musicians such as Leonard Dembo, Tongai Moyo and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Starbilll Want to Spoil Gunners Campaign

    The Herald

    STARBILL manager Kudakwashe Mugari says they are ready to host Gunners tomorrow in a World Navi Northern Region Division One soccer league encounter at Rufaro. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Makomo Resources Looks for New Markets

    The Herald

    MAKOMO Resources is looking at new potential markets in the southern African region after the coal miner commissioned its coal washing machine about two months ago. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Managing Fiscal Demands Vital [analysis]

    The Herald

    As the country makes efforts to revive the ailing economy which has been at the mercy of a myriad of challenges, chief among them lack of investment and deteriorating industry... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Econet to Relaunch Ecolife

    The Herald

    Econet Wireless will reintroduce its mobile phone-based insurance service EcoLife, scrapped two years back after a contractual dispute with the service's software providers, to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dembare Coach Remains Cautious

    The Herald

    WHILE playing all games in your hometown at this crucial stage of the season is a reason for joy to many, Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa is a concerned man. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: It's Party Time

    The Herald

    The wait is over! The much-awaited two-day Sunset October Beer Festival begins today at Sunset Arena. The stage has been set, exhibitors have erected their stands and artistes are... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mashonaland West Hosts Cultural Festival

    The Herald

    Marvelon Arts Foundation of Youths Association is set to host a cultural festival that will be held at Muriel Mine in Banket tomorrow. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Young Artists Honoured

    The Herald

    The National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Harare continues to be the centre for contemporary art that seeks to develop the visual arts through nurturing talent and creativity. They have... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Africa's 10 of the Very Best . . . Glamour Boys Squeeze Into Elite Company

    The Herald

    A LEADING European-based global football database has ranked Zimbabwe champions Dynamos among the top 10 clubs in Africa and, as a stronger side, in the period under review, than... Read more »

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