September 17

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Fills MSF Funding Vacuum

    The Herald

    Government has taken over the funding of HIV and Aids programmes in Beitbridge District after Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), a local non-governmental organisation, was chased away... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Arts Council Endorses Marimba

    The Herald

    The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe has thrown its weight behind the upcoming inaugural Marimba Festival that is slated for September 27.The festival is a brainchild of rising... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: DPC Unlikely to Pay All Closed Banks' Depositors

    The Herald

    The Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) is unlikely to pay all the depositors of closed banks as a good number of depositors had low balances when the banks closed while others... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Sanganai/Hlanganani Buyers,Exhibitors Pull Out

    The Herald

    Buyers and exhibitors who had registered attendance for the 9th edition of the Sanganai/Hlanganani travel expo, are reportedly withdrawing the participation from the fair following... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mabasa Modernises Storytelling

    The Herald

    Award-winning writer, Ignatius Mabasa has embarked on a programme of storytelling in different schools titled "Dende Rengano, a Calabash of Stories" in a bid to safeguard and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zibawu Calls for Stanbic Boycott

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Banks and Allied Workers Union has called for a boycott of Stanbic Bank as it presses ahead with its protracted collective job action against the bank over salaries... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: HIV+ Woman Jailed 20 Years for Rape

    The Herald

    A 38-year-old HIV-positive Harare woman, who sexually abused two teenage boys aged 14 and 15, will spend the next 20 years in jail. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bhasikiti, Chivi RDC Clash Over Tokwe-Mukosi Grain

    The Herald

    Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has taken a swipe at Chivi Rural District Council for allegedly making false claims that they had mobilised nearly 100... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Telecel Copied My Idea'

    The Herald

    TRUMBELT Computers, a local private company suing Telecel for infringement of intellectual property rights, claimed in court yesterday that the mobile network operator copied his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Examining the Big Rivalry

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWEAN academic Lyton Ncube, whose research into the rivalry between Dynamos and Highlanders triggered a hurricane of debate yesterday, reveals that he had to transform himself... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Let's Encourage Young People to Participate

    The Herald

    MANY young people have made exceptional contributions in their families and societies - some even with their names and stories well inscribed in the echelons of history. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chipfumo in Trouble Over U.S $175 Debt

    The Herald

    Musician Progress Chipfumo has failed to pay $175 for use of a van he hired in April and the matter was taken to Harare Civil Court yesterday. Chipfumo once appeared before a... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: SADC Security Forces Urged to Join Hands On Health

    The Herald

    Security forces from the Sadc region have been urged to interact more closely to share ideas on health concerns such as HIV and Aids and come up with common solutions. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fluency in Visual Communication

    The Herald

    A picture is said to be worth a thousand words. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bakers Require U.S $300 Million for Retooling

    The Herald

    The bakery industry requires about $300 million that will go towards replacing obsolete equipment with new and sophisticated technology to improve capacity.Zimbabwe currently has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Dominate Two Countries Marathon

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWEAN athletes continued to dominate the Two Countries marathon involving South Africa and Zimbabwe in Musina on Saturday morning.Defending champion Nkosiyazi Sibanda of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Minister Chinamasa to Headline ICAZ Conference

    The Herald

    Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa is going to address the Institute of Chartered Accountants Zimbabwe Investors Conference to be held in the Limpopo... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Unlawful Dismissal Proves Costly for Powertel

    The Herald

    POWERTEL Communications has been ordered to reinstate fired financial director Mr Warner Mtisi after finding his dismissal to be unlawful. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'She and He' Play On National Tour

    The Herald

    Award-winning theatre production "She and He" goes on a national tour that will see the play being staged in different parts of the country from September 24 to 30.The play was... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gunners in Combative Mood

    The Herald

    GUNNERS, the leaders in the World Navi Northern Region Division One league, will not take their match against ZRP Morris lightly when the two sides clash at Lafarge this... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chronicle Hosts Business Meeting

    The Herald

    OUR Bulawayo Bureau today hosts Cabinet ministers and captains of industry at a business breakfast meeting in Bulawayo set to unlock the city's economic potential and benefits to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Marauding Lions Kill 132 Cattle

    The Herald

    VILLAGERS in Nemadire Village in Birchenough Bridge are continuously living in fear after 132 of their cattle were attacked between 2013 and 2014 by lions roaming from Devure Game... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: SADC Troika Communiqué [document]

    The Herald

    Communiqué of the Double Troika Summit of Heads of State and Government plus the Democratic Republic of Congo and the United Republic of Tanzania, Pretoria, South Africa, 15... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZPC Kariba Denied Home Comforts

    New Zimbabwe

    THE Castle Lager Premiership match between ZPC Kariba and army side Black Rhinos has been moved to Harare at Gwanzura because Nyamhunga Stadium is not yet ready to host PSL... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: A Slave to Technology [column]

    The Herald

    This technology was supposed to set us free of the poles and wires of old-time phones. And we don't need Samuriwo the bus conductor anymore as a messenger Read more »

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