July 31

  • Zimbabwe: Kapfupi Drops New Drama

    The Herald

    Comedian-cum-musician Freddy "Kapfupi" Manjalima on Monday released his new comedy titled "Varume Muri mbwa Dzevanhu". The drama is set to intensify his current "battle" with... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Golden Leaf' Exports Up

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe has so far exported 46,2 million kg of Virginia tobacco worth $212,7 million since the beginning of the year with the bulk of the tobacco destined for Belgium. Most of the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Breeze Is Here

    The Herald

    New gospel group, Breeze, will on Saturday announce their entry on the local music scene at an album launch to be held at Prince Edward High school's main auditorium. The album... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Wife Blames Hubby's Bed-Wetting on Mistress

    The Herald

    A woman yesterday left the gallery in stitches when she revealed that her husband was being influenced by his girlfriend to wet the bed each time he comes home drunk. Tendai... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gorowa to Know Fate - Zifa Board to Decide On National Team Coaches

    The Herald

    IAN Gorowa's future with the Warriors and that of all national teams' coaches, will be decided in Harare next Wednesday when the Zifa board meets to table recommendations by their... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zesa Boss' Contract Renewed

    The Herald

    Zesa Holdings chief executive Engineer Josh Chifamba's contract, which was expiring today, has been renewed for another four years, in line with Government's corporate governance... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mpofu Misled President, Court Told

    The Herald

    Former Mines and Mining Development Minister Dr Obert Mpofu allegedly did not disclose the truth to President Mugabe about the mining joint venture that culminated in the formation... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Commits Self to Tackling Unemployment

    The Herald

    Government has reiterated its commitment to tackle unemployment and create jobs for the youths under its Decent Work Country Programme for Zimbabwe 2012-2015, a senior official... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Lebanese National Duped in Mining Deal

    The Herald

    A Lebanese national was yesterday brought to court by his business partner after misappropriating about US$200 000 in a mining deal. Taleb Mohamad (51), who is director of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Harare Amateur Golf Tourney on Tomorrow

    The Herald

    THE race for World Amateur Golf Championship tickets continues when the Harare Amateur Championships tees off at Country Club tomorrow. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kadungure Bail Conditions Eased

    The Herald

    Harare businessman Genius Kadungure, who is accused of swindling two businessmen of more than R1,5 million, had his bail conditions temporarily eased by a Harare magistrate... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chigorimbo Stars in a New Film

    The Herald

    Veteran actor and filmmaker Stephen Chigorimbo features in a new short film titled "Odium" that premiered recently in the capital during the "In Short" project that promotes... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Starafrica Completes Plant Upgrade

    The Herald

    Starafrica Corporation has completed upgrading its sugar refining plant in Harare with commissioning set for the second week of August, the company's chairman Mr Joe Mtizwa has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Star FM Tours Heroes' Acre

    The Herald

    Star FM employees yesterday toured the National Heroes' Acre as the nation build up to Heroes' Day celebrations. The move, according programmes manager Comfort Mbofana, was meant... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Festivals - What Do 'Local' Artistes Benefit? [analysis]

    The Herald

    The annual Harare International Festival of the Arts has often come under fire for promoting foreign artistes more at the expense of local acts. It has often been argued that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Demonising Zimra at Our Own Peril [opinion]

    The Herald

    As a struggling worker who has a chunk of his measly earnings monthly taken up by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra), it is tempting to support any criticism directed at the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Wholesaler, Contract Worker Lock Horns

    The Herald

    Twenty-Three contract workers are embroiled in a labour dispute with their employer, Metro Peech and Brown Wholesalers, over the company's refusal to engage them on a permanent... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dinyero Confident of City Survival

    The Herald

    HARARE City interim coach Masimba Dinyero believes they have a good chance to survive relegation given the quality of players in his team going into the second half of the season.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Soul Jah Love Continues to Rise

    The Herald

    Fresh from his successful tour of South Africa, Zim-dancehall star Soul Jah Love, is slowly weaving his way up the ladder with each show, setting himself apart from his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Willowvale Cars for Parastatal Bosses

    The Herald

    Parastatal bosses and other State institutions will now be required to drive Mazda vehicle models following a directive to buy service cars from local assemblers such as Willowvale... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Deflated Caps Switch Focus

    The Herald

    AFTER the deflation of the Derby defeat, CAPS United have to find a way to rise and face their next assignment against Chicken Inn in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Lock Sweeps Into Quarter-Finals

    The Herald

    TOP seed in the ongoing International Tennis Federation 18-and-Under South Central Circuit, Courtney Lock, sailed through to today's quarter-finals when he dismissed Ahmed Amine... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: WMMI Cars Compatible With E20, Manual Reveals

    The Herald

    Willowvale Mazda Motor Industries vehicles are compatible with E20 fuel blend, contrary to claims by management at the vehicle manufacturer that they cannot take more than E10, The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Learn to Manage Your Time

    The Herald

    I used to have a boss who was so busy and could hardly find time stop working to have a meal or a bit of rest. He always used to look so busy and this earned him a few nicknames... Read more »



July 30

  • Zimbabwe: Curbing Road Carnage Everyone's Duty [editorial]

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWEANS yesterday woke up to yet another report of a horrific traffic accident along the Harare-Beitbridge highway in which at least 18 people lost their lives. This is... Read more »

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