November 22

  • Zimbabwe: Let Us Bring Credibility to Examination System

    The Herald

    Writing an examination is no simple matter. It is not just children who get worked up when they hear that exams are approaching. Even grown men and women are affected. The mere... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ousted Zanu-PF Official in the Dock

    The Herald

    OUSTED Zanu-PF Manicaland Women's League secretary for finance Pedigree Matara was on Thursday hauled before a Mutare magistrate on allegations of stealing $8 267 she withdrew from... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Rambo Rallies His Troops

    The Herald

    ZPC KARIBA captain Tawanda "Rambo" Munyanduri says they are ready to drag themselves over the finishing line and be crowned champions. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bindura Host Grief-Stricken Gunners

    The Herald

    A GRIEF-STRICKEN Gunners, with their minds on the tragic events in Kwekwe yesterday, plunge into their final World Navi Northern Region Division One tie against Bindura United at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: National Budget Set for Thursday

    The Herald

    Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa will present the 2015 National Budget statement on Thursday next week which is expected to set the tone for the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Politburo Meets Today

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF will hold its Politburo meeting today, which is likely to focus on the possible amendments to the party constitution and preparations for the forthcoming 6th National... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: President Briefed On Lesotho

    The Herald

    Lesotho is on course to regaining political stability following an attempted coup that rocked the Mountain Kingdom earlier this year, Sadc Chair President Mugabe has been told.This... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZPC Kariba Can See Promised Land

    The Herald

    ZPC Kariba stand on the threshold of completing a fairy-tale but CAPS United have warned that they will erect a hurdle, which might be tough to clear, at Gwanzura tomorrow.The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Can Chunga Play Biblical Moses?

    The Herald

    CAN Chunga turn out to be the Biblical Moses to deliver Buffaloes from the bondage of relegation and ensure that they preserve their Premiership status? All football eyes in Mutare... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Church Robbers Jailed

    The Herald

    Three robbers who broke into the Glen Norah B branch of Glad Tidings Church in Harare and stole a safe containing $30 000 were yesterday sent to jail.Harare magistrate Mr Hoseah... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Zim Has Never Infringed Property Rights'

    The Herald

    Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa says Zimbabwe has never infringed investors' property rights, neither will it do so in future, adding that compensation... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 2014 Psl Soccer Stars Selected

    New Zimbabwe

    PREMIERSHIP log leaders ZPC Kariba have contributed three players on the 2014 Soccer Stars of the Year Calendar. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Council Worker Jailed for Killing Baby

    New Zimbabwe

    Police carry the body of the baby which was killed during an operation against vendors in Masvingo Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Residents Take On Developer Over Poor Quality Houses

    New Zimbabwe

    RESIDENTS of the newly established Emthunzini suburb in Pumula South in Bulawayo have dragged a local housing construction company to court for selling them sub-standard houses... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Vic Falls Man Pelts Mother With Stones

    New Zimbabwe

    A 27-year-old man pelted his mother with stones and detained her in the house for the whole night because she would not allow him to make decisions at home. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Deaf Murder Suspect Languishes in Remand Prison

    New Zimbabwe

    A DEAF and dumb man who allegedly beat a relative to death during a beer drink is still languishing in remand prison two years after he was arrested for the offence,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Student in Court Over Leaked "O" Level Paper

    New Zimbabwe

    AN 18-year-old student appeared in court on Friday after he was caught in possession of an O' Level Geography examination question paper. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Feel Beautiful With Steph's Touch

    The Herald

    BEING a teenager comes with it with a lot of challenges especially when it comes to making the right choices about choosing a career path. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Soccer Stars Selection On

    The Herald

    THE 11 players who excelled in the in the 2014 Castle Lager Premier League season will be selected today. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Kwinji 15' Sweats Over Young Mighty Warriors Fitness

    The Herald

    YOUNG Mighty Warriors' African Union Sports Council Region 5 Under-20 Youth Games team coach Sithethelelwe "Kwinji 15" Sibanda has expressed concern at the level of fitness of her... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Monalisa Eyes Victory

    The Herald

    THE contingent of Zimbabwean boxers participating in the international boxing bill in Zambia yesterday underwent a weigh-in at the Southern Sun Ridgeway Hotel amid high... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zizhou's Hard Cricket Journey

    The Herald

    HIS first delivery was a beamer aimed at the batsman's head. The second was a wide, way outside the off stump and the third was another wide but this time down the leg stump.This... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Eight Robbers in Shoot-Out With Cops

    The Herald

    Police arrested eight robbers after a shoot out in New Tafara, Harare, on Wednesday night. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Power Politics or Politics of the Belly? [opinion]

    The Herald

    Will it be power politics, or will it be politics of the belly, or will both these rule the roost in the future for our beloved motherland? The haggling for power going on, on... Read more »



November 21

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