April 18

  • And Are We Not? [opinion]

    Daily Trust

    During a luncheon to celebrate his 90th birthday, on March 15, 2014, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe took a swipe at Nigeria's corruption, warning his countrymen not by any... Read more »

  • ZTA Cleans City for Carnival

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority in partnership with the Harare City Council on Tuesday launched a clean-up campaign dubbed the "Harare International Carnival Clean-up". Read more »

  • Agric Authority Establishes Database for Grain Farmers

    The Herald

    The Agricultural Marketing Authority has established a grain producer registry that formalises and traces links between wheat and maize commercial farmers to international buyers. Read more »

  • AMA to Issue Bills for GMB

    The Herald

    The Agricultural Marketing Authority of Zimbabwe intends to issue bills to raise funds for the Grain Marketing Board to pay maize farmers and rehabilitate silos. Read more »

  • Independence - Land Is the Alpha and Omega [opinion]

    The Herald

    THIRTY-FOUR years is a milestone. A milestone to pass through some passage of rites and ingratiates an individual with that false sense of wisdom reaped through years of experience... Read more »

  • Environmental Campaign for the Needy

    The Herald

    Miss Earth Zimbabwe Samantha Dika has embarked on a forestation programme set to benefit orphanages and old people's homes. The beauty queen has already secured sponsorship which... Read more »

  • Jaure's Big Comeback

    The Herald

    Dynamos have a huge morale-booster as they troop onto the pitch today in defence of the Independence Cup after getting confirmation that their key defender Partson Jaure has been... Read more »

  • ZPC Deal Hangs in Balance

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE Power Company may re-tender bids for Hwange Thermal Power Station expansion, nearly a year after naming China Machinery Engineering Company as the winning bidder of the... Read more »

  • Lawyer Sues Marange Resources

    The Herald

    Mudzi South National Assembly and lawyer Mr Jonathan Samukange this week took Marange Resources Private Limited to the High Court claiming US$230 000 as payment for his truck that... Read more »

  • All Set for ZBF National Tourney

    The Herald

    THE Zimbabwe Boxing Federation is set to conduct their final selection of the team to compete at the African Union Sports Region Five Youth Games later this year when they host a... Read more »

  • Tight-Rope for Zimra

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe's informal sector is estimated at over US$6 billion, having gone in rapid growth mode as the constrained economic trajectory gradually shrivelled the employment base over... Read more »

  • Southern Union Reinsurance Resumes Operations

    The Herald

    ZIMRE Holdings Limited's South African subsidiary Southern Union Reinsurance has resumed operations although it still needs to be recapitalised. Zimre's chief operating officer Mr... Read more »

  • Teacher in Child Abuse Storm

    The Herald

    A female teacher at Victoria High School in Masvingo has been caught up in a child abuse storm after she allegedly ordered a Form One pupil to take a bath in the open while male... Read more »

  • Parly to Set Up Social Economic Zones

    The Herald

    CABINET will deliberate on a strategic document outlining modalities of setting up Special Economic Zones by May 16 after which moves will be made to start attracting investors in... Read more »

  • Old Skool Reunion At Spillway

    The Herald

    "Old Skool ReUnion", a monthly gig that features Zimbabwe's hottest DJs is set to be launched at the Spillway Pub and Restaurant tomorrow. Read more »

  • Let's Walk Together for a Greater Zimbabwe [opinion]

    The Herald

    TODAY we celebrate 34 years of Independence, sovereignty and democracy at a time the majority of our people have rededicated themselves to the ideals of the liberation struggle by... Read more »

  • Civil Servants Pay Dates Moved

    The Herald

    All civil servants who were supposed to get paid on Tuesday will now access their April salaries on Thursday due to challenges in transmission of funds caused by the Easter and... Read more »

  • Insurance, Banking Units Lift Old Mutual Profits

    The Herald

    Insurance and banking units contributed the most to the near 2 000 percent bottom-line uplift of Old Mutual Zimbabwe in the year to December 2013. The indigenised unit of Old... Read more »

  • College Students Tour Freedom Camp

    The Herald

    Seventy three students from Belvedere Technical Teachers College recently toured the Freedom Camp shrine in Zambia to acquaint themselves with the history of the liberation... Read more »

  • Independence Provides Opportunities to Zim [opinion]

    The Herald

    TODAY Zimbabwe is celebrating 34 years as an independent country. It is a young country that has gone through trying times, but has managed to be resilient while promising a bright... Read more »

  • 11 MDC-T Activists Released On Bail

    The Herald

    Eleven MDC-T supporters who were involved in skirmishes linked to intra-party violence in Chitungwiza last week were on Tuesday granted US$50 bail apiece. Those involved in the... Read more »

  • Reliving 1980 Celebrations [opinion]

    The Herald

    Back in the village in the land of milk, honey and dust or Guruve no sun sets without leaving behind its own piece of history. The sun is so crafty and inherently stubborn that... Read more »

  • President Calls for Moral Rectitude

    The Herald

    YOUTHS should take education seriously and desist from engaging in risky behaviour that may affect their ability to succeed in their academic endeavours, President Mugabe has said. Read more »

  • Airzim Staffer Up for Fraud

    The Herald

    An Air Zimbabwe Holdings assistant accountant yesterday appeared in court on allegations of defrauding the airline of US$124 000 after misappropriating 131 000 litres in fuel... Read more »

  • IPEC Reviews Annual Commutation

    The Herald

    Pensioners who retired after April 1 this year, and are supposed to receive a maximum annual pension of $30 a month or $360 per annum, now have the option to fully commutate their... Read more »

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