September 04

  • Zimbabwe: Chienderamwano Confident

    The Herald

    The reigning Mr Zimbabwe Champion "Mbewe" Chienderamwano is hopeful he will win the Mr Iron Man set for tomorrow in Kadoma. The event will be held at The Odyssey Kadoma, which has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: UZ Hosts Physical Theatre Performance

    The Herald

    All is set this weekend for the 'Chirorodziva' physical theatre performance hosted by Almasi Collaborative Arts theatre company. The performance will be hosted at the University of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: When Bureaucracy Impedes Progress [column]

    The Herald

    So many foreigners have been flocking to Zimbabwe of late to explore investment opportunities after a decade of being shunned by capital particularly from the West due to perceived... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZGA Names Golf Team

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Golf Association has named a provisional team to represent the country at this year's Africa Amateur Golf Team Championship at Limuru Country Club in Nairobi, Kenya. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Potraz Completes Infrastructure Sharing Rules

    The Herald

    The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe has completed the initial draft rules for compulsory sharing of infrastructure in the telecoms sector. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Three Villagers Jailed for Assaulting Lands Officers

    The Herald

    Three villagers from Makonde in Mashonaland West have been sentenced to eight months in prison each for assaulting lands officers pegging unoccupied plots at a farm in Chinhoyi. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Thornycroft in Rowing Semis

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe’s Micheen "Mouse" Thornycroft will compete in her first A/B semi-final slot at the ongoing World Rowing Championships in France this morning. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Shake-Up At BNC

    The Herald

    Mwana Africa Plc is set to restructure its gold and nickel mining portfolios to reflect the interests of its Chinese shareholder, China International Mining Group Corporation. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mini-Skirts, Trousers Ruin Marriage

    The Herald

    A Harare woman reportedly divorced her husband for reprimanding her against wearing trousers and miniskirts, the Civil Court heard yesterday. Henry Mandipaka claimed Chipo... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimpapers Reshuffles Bulawayo Editors

    The Herald

    Zimpapers has made editorial changes at its Bulawayo branch, appointing Limukani Ncube editor of Sunday News with immediate effect. Tumeliso Makhurane, who was editor at Sunday... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Unfair Labour Practices Cost SPB

    The Herald

    The decision by the State Procurement Board chairman Mr Charles Kuwaza to unlawfully fire a finance director, has proved costly as the board is now set to have its property... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Honouring God in Glass House [column]

    The Herald

    King David in Psalms 122:1-5 says: "I was glad when they said to me, 'Let us go into the house of the Lord . . . Where the tribes go up, the tribes of the Lord, to the testimony of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Act On Corrupt Officials

    The Herald

    Government must deal decisively with corrupt officials if Zimbabwe is to attract investment that will lead to sustainable development, Economic Planning and Investment Promotion... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Double Glory for Designer Mubochwa

    The Herald

    South Africa-based Zimbabwean designer Thembani Mubochwa seems unstoppable. About a month after scooping the Classic Race Wear (Male) Award at the prestigious Vodacom Durban July... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Musician Expands Art Scope

    The Herald

    Gospel musician Tatenda Mahachi who recently released a DVD to his album "Declarations", which features South Africa's S'fiso Ncwane, is expanding his art scope. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Confusion As Bosso Fire Mafu

    The Herald

    There appears to be confusion over Bulawayo giants Highlanders' new technical set up after the Bulawayo giants finally sacked Bongani Mafu, with Cosmas Zulu refuting reports that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ex-Zimpapers GM Chipwaya Dies

    The Herald

    Former Natprint general manager Mr Walter Chipwaya has died. He was 58. Mr Chipwaya succumbed to cancer of the liver at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals yesterday morning. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Met Department to Buy Cloud Seeding Aircraft

    The Herald

    The Meteorological Department is mobilising funds to purchase a second aircraft for cloud seeding as Government intensifies measures to mitigate the effects of the climate change... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'We Are Not Alone' Exhibition At Koovha Gallery

    The Herald

    KooVha Gallery of 146 Enterprise Road, Highlands, in Harare seems to have developed a knack for providing a platform to débutante solo art exhibitionists. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Trio in Court for Occupying MP's Land

    The Herald

    Three people appeared in court recently for unlawfully occupying a piece of land belonging to Zanu-PF Central Committee member and Buhera North legislator Cde William Mutomba. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Binga Women in Basket Exhibition

    The Herald

    Female basket makers from Binga will showcase their wares at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe at an exhibition that opens on September 24. The baskets exhibition has become an... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fake Notes Syndicate Busted

    The Herald

    Three suspects believed to be behind a syndicate manufacturing fake United States dollar notes have been arrested in Gokwe with $2 150 in counterfeit notes. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Nissan Revives Datsun Brand [column]

    The Herald

    Nissan has over the years used a very interesting strategy to market its cars; where apart from the cars sold directly with its symbol, the Japanese car-maker has dedicated brands... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Council to Recruit Experts

    The Herald

    Harare City Council is set to recruit experts to cover up councillors' shortcomings in conducting council business, Harare mayor Bernard Manyenyeni revealed yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The New Normal [column]

    The Herald

    After the sound and the fury, then the Amendment. Labour and business have said they will challenge the new Labour Amendment Act signed into law by President Mugabe last week after... Read more »

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