December 22

  • Zimbabwe: Child Marriages - Govt Urged to Act

    The Herald

    Government has been urged to institute a commission of inquiry into the prevalence of child marriages in Zimbabwe and review current legislation as part of measures to curb the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chirere's 'Bhuku Risina Basa' Redefines Poetry

    The Herald

    THERE are times you feel that the world owes you a lot of explanations for paying scanty regards to your existence, notwithstanding the immeasurable contributions you made in its... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Nation Urged to Value Unity Accord

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe celebrates the 27th anniversary of the signing of the Unity Accord today with negotiators of the agreement yesterday urging Zimbabweans not to betray the gains brought by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: DBSA Avails Funds for Power Projects

    The Herald

    The Development Bank of South Africa has availed funds to help Independent Power Producers develop bankable projects to solicit for capital from international financiers. Zimbabwe... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hubby's Eviction Order Rejected

    The Herald

    A HARARE man told the Civil Court last Friday that his second wife was cheating on him because he had a small manhood as he sought an eviction order. Shakemore Tembo claimed Snodia... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mudiwa Wins Three Awards

    The Herald

    The inaugural Christian Hip-hop Awards (CHHA) that were held at Borrowdale Community Church were a success. The colourful ceremony which was awarding upcoming and renowned local... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Arcadia Hosts Burnout

    The Herald

    Arcadia Sports will this Friday play host to one of the popular shows, Burnouts and Family Fun Day featuring Harare's top spinners. On the line up are veteran spinners Fat Cat,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Alpha Omega Robber Identified

    The Herald

    POLICE have identified Khumbulani Mpofu as one of the armed robbers who pounced on Alpha Omega Dairy warehouse in Bulawayo in October and allegedly got away with $1 035 and mobile... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chuchu Speaks On Experience

    The Herald

    ELVIS "Chuchu" Chiweshe is hoping to use years of experience gained from working with junior players at Dynamos and Churchill High School to turn the envisaged Harare City academy... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Parly Ratifies U.S$3 Million SME Loans

    The Herald

    The National Assembly on Thursday ratified a $3 million loan facility to finance operations for micro, small and medium-scale enterprises that was obtained from the Arab Bank for... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Musendo - Star in the Making

    The Herald

    TEENAGE footballer Rugare Dave Musendo is one of the latest unheralded Zimbabwean football starlets in the Diaspora who are keen to play for their fatherland instead of trying to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: It's Tsvangirai Who Needs Prayers

    The Herald

    Two weeks back, The Zimbabwe Independent newspaper ran a poignant story about the plight of opposition MDC-T leader and former Prime Minister, Morgan Tsvangirai. The story related... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Raydizz Victorious At Hip-Hop Awards

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe's biggest club DJ cemented his position at the top Zimbabwe's DJ totem pole after winning the highly sought after Best Club DJ prize at the recently held Zim Hip Hop... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ex-Minister, Harare Mayor in Facebook Brawl

    New Zimbabwe

    SACKED deputy justice minister Fortune Chasi and Harare mayor Bernard Manyenyeni were early Monday involved in a social media brawl emanating from the former's fate. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: A Continuum of Anti-Imperialist Struggles

    The Herald

    A Fine Madness is a book that intertwines Zimbabwe's anti-imperialist struggles for autonomy through highlighting epitaphs of the war of liberation and the country's incursions in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: WHO Should Pay for Climate Damage in Africa?

    The Herald

    WITHOUT doubt, the much hyped about Paris 2015 climate deal will be weak because Lima has provided strong evidence of the deep level of divisions entrenched in the global climate... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Why Does Zimbabwe Have Dual Vice Presidency? [opinion]

    The Herald

    THE Constitution of Zimbabwe is distinctive within the region and beyond, for the fact that it allows for a dual vice presidency -- that is, the appointment of up to two Vice... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Let's Unite, Share This Christmas - Patai

    The Herald

    Gospel musician Ephraim Patai of the Voice of Prophecy has delivered his Christmas message to fans saying Christmas is a time to love and share with one another. Patai also known... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Sibanda Optimistic of Better Fortunes for Mighty Warriors

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE Women Football boss Miriam Sibanda says they are optimistic of better fortunes when they begin their campaign in the All-Africa Games and Olympic Games qualifiers starting... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Water Quality and Pollution Interlinked

    The Herald

    Water quality has for a long time been a contentious topic in Zimbabwe with consumers, particularly those in urban areas, expressing dissatisfaction with the quality of water they... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Maruma's Revival Mission

    The Herald

    Timycen Maruma says scoring a century during Takashinga's tour of Uganda will help him on his mission to rediscover confidence following an untimely dip in form. The Mountaineers... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Takashinga Conclude Tour, Win Again

    The Herald

    Takashinga concluded their tour of Uganda yesterday when they notched their fourth win over the hosts' national team after coasting home to a 167-run victory at the Lugogo Cricket... Read more »

December 21

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