November 28

  • Zimbabwe: Whither Pensions Commission of Inquiry? [opinion]

    The Herald

    In early July 2014, the Finance Minister announced to the nation that he would set up a Commission of Inquiry to establish whether insurance companies and related service providers... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: VP Mujuru Rapped

    The Herald

    Vice President Joice Mujuru yesterday came under fire from analysts for her lack of remorse after she failed to pay condolences to two families who lost their loved ones in a road... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Harare, Bulawayo Schools Close Today

    The Herald

    Schools in Harare and Bulawayo metropolitan provinces are closing today in preparation for the Sixth Zanu-PF Annual People's Congress and the African Union Sports Council Region... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tocky, Alexio Join 2014 Lockdown

    The Herald

    Dancehall man of the moment Tocky Vibes and talented crooner Alexio Kawara have joined the line-up of performers at the 2014 Lockdown show set for Harare International Conference... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Lightens Tax Burden

    The Herald

    FINANCE and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has increased the salary tax-free threshold from $250 to $300 per month and widened income tax bands to bring relief to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zifa Refutes Reports

    The Herald

    ZIFA have refuted reports that the High Court order has stopped the auction of their property that was attached in their labour dispute with former employee Nicky Dhlamini-Moyo. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hurungwe Arts Festival Roars to Life

    The Herald

    The inaugural Hurungwe Arts Festivals roars to life today in Masholand West with performances from various artists across genres expected to light up the two-day fete. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zvoma Retirement Officially Announced

    The Herald

    Parliament's presiding officers, Cdes Jacob Mudenda and Edna Madzongwe, yesterday announced in the National Assembly and the Senate respectively the retirement of long-serving... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe - Are the MDC's Days Numbered? [analysis]

    The Herald

    The party congress of Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC)'s, an electoral exercise whose main purpose was to reinvigorate the party in preparation for the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Transit Crew Returns to Junction 24

    The Herald

    Reggae granddads Transit Crew will tonight return to Junction 24 where they performed early this month with another show that is expected to leave lasting impressions. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim, Zambia to Unveil Common Visa Regime

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE and Zambia will today unveil a Univisa regime that is expected to streamline, simplify and align their immigration formalities to make tourism more competitive. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Turns Tables On Attacker

    The Herald

    A 37-year-old Harare man who overpowered his attacker six years ago and allegedly fatally struck him with an iron he wrestled from him appeared in court yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ex-Councillor in Botched Stand Deal

    The Herald

    Former Harare MDC-T councillor Friday Mleya has appeared in court on allegations of duping Blinkford Engineering company of $76 000 in a botched stand deal. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bosso Want to Turn Tables

    The Herald

    HIGHLANDERS face another acid test when they take on bitter rivals Dynamos in the Gushungo Victory Cup this Sunday hoping to end the dominance by their rivals at the National... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Electrical Appliance Protection [column]

    The Herald

    We wish to advise our valued clients on the need to provide additional protection on electrical appliances from damage caused by abnormal voltage conditions which may result on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dancehall Stars to Celebrate Tocky's Birthday

    The Herald

    Dancehall star Tocky Vibes, will next week celebrate his birthday in style during a show slated for December 6 at the ZANU (PF) Headquarters Hall. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: One Party, One Centre of Power, One Direction [opinion]

    The Herald

    It is now clear that the revolutionary Zanu-PF party had threatened to plunge into, or at least had shown traits of, what English philosopher Thomas Hobbes described as "a state of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Truworths Sales Down 26,9 Percent

    The Herald

    TRUWORTHS' October sales are down 26,9 percent against a high base in the same period last year when the textile company launched its credit card. Credit card sales are now... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Car Raffle, Tocky Vybes for Yadah Cup Final

    The Herald

    The draw for the raffle run by the World Navi Northern Region Division One league, where two lucky fans will drive away with cars, will be held at Gwanzura tomorrow. Read more »

November 27

  • Zimbabwe: Unable to Reap What Was Sown


    While over 36,000 Zimbabwean youths were beneficiaries of the country's controversial land reform programme, not all of them are benefiting from the government's farming inputs. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Minister Chinamasa to Walk Tightrope [editorial]

    The Herald

    The entire nation awaits with bated breath, the announcement of the 2015 National Budget Statement, which Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has the unenviable task of presenting... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fairness in Fuel Pricing [editorial]

    Financial Gazette

    ZIMBABWE Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA), which regulates the country's energy sector, has launched an audit on fuel firms to establish the pricing of fuel. This appears to have... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Sikhala Moved to Harare, Could Be Charged With Treason

    New Zimbabwe

    OPPOSITION MDC-T activist and former St Mary's legislator Job Sikhala who was arrested early Wednesday at Beitbridge border post has been moved to Harare with indications he is... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Exposing the Lie, and the Missed Opportunities of 2002

    New Zimbabwe

    WITH the release (finally) of the Khampepe-Moseneke report on the 2002 elections in Zimbabwe, it becomes possible to understand a few things more clearly. Not that the report... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Government Urges Zimbabweans to Know Their Status

    Key Correspondents

    Zimbabwe's Ministry of Health and Child Care is stepping up its efforts to promote voluntary counselling and testing for HIV, amid concerns that the current uptake of these... Read more »

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