October 21

  • Zimbabwe: Don't Blame Makanaka for Childhood Mistakes [opinion]

    The Herald

    TWO months ago, I came across an interesting and captivating small book by Sven Lindquist titled "Exterminate All the Brutes". Exterminate All the Brutes is a simple, but very... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: When the Totem Connects Faster Than Wifi

    The Herald

    ONE hot summer day, a professor was driving leisurely along one of Harare's busy streets. In front of him, the traffic light suddenly changed to amber, and the huge professor... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mega Birthday Bash for Magacha

    The Herald

    Award winning gospel musician, Sebastian Magacha has lined up a mega belated birthday bash dubbed "Seba @30" to be held at the Aquatic Complex this Saturday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Malawian Airlines Negotiates for Zim, Moza Route

    The Herald

    Malawian Airlines said it is in the process of securing fifth freedom traffic right with Zimbabwe and Mozambique to enable the carrier to pick and drop passengers between the two... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Support Critical for Airzim Viability

    The Herald

    Government needs to provide financial support to Air Zimbabwe, to enable the national airline to operate viably and perform its strategic role as an anchor for growth of tourism... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: No Vacancies - Macheso Tells Former Band Members

    The Herald

    Embattled sungura musician Alick Macheso, who is fighting to keep his family intact, has shut doors on his former guitarists Noel Nyazanda and Jonasi Kasamba, it has emerged. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZB to Retrench 300 Employees

    The Herald

    ZB Financial Holdings is retrenching at least 300 employees by the end of this month in a restructuring exercise aimed at aligning its staffing levels with the current business... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Vapositori Member Jailed for Assault

    The Herald

    A member of Johane Masowe yeNguo Tsvuku will spend one and half years in prison for assaulting a client at their shrine leaving him with a fractured limp after accusing the man of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: City Grapples With U.S.$80 Million Zesa Debt

    The Herald

    Harare City Council plans to introduce a raft of cost-cutting strategies that will see increased revenue inflows into its coffers. Some of the measures include decentralisation of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tattooist Caged

    The Herald

    A-26-YEAR-OLD tattooist has been jailed 17 years for raping a musician's daughter who had sought his services. The tattooist's alleged accomplice was acquitted. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dzimbabwe Arts Festival Lights Up GZU

    The Herald

    Fadzai Musati is Miss Dzimbabwe 2014 after being crowned at the two-day Dzimbabwe Arts Festival hosted by Great Zimbabwe University. The festival was a resounding success as it... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bindura Nickel's Concentrate Output Up 5 Percent

    The Herald

    Bindura Nickel's in-concentrate production for the second quarter to September 30 this year increased by 5 percent to 1,989 tonnes after the company completed its equipment... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CBZ Drags Mliswa to Court

    The Herald

    CBZ Bank Limited has taken Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairman Cde Temba Mliswa to court over a $2,7 million debt emanating from loans advanced to the politician's tobacco... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: TSL Bosses Acquitted

    The Herald

    Three Tobacco Sales Limited Company bosses, who were accused of duping a businessman of $600 000 in a failed horticulture business deal, have been acquitted. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bread Production Goes Down

    The Herald

    National bread production went down 10 percent to 900 000 loaves per day in the quarter to September from about one million loaves as consumers continue to have subdued disposable... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chanakira Off to a Flier

    The Herald

    TINOTENDA Chanakira made a good start in the ITF NetOne tournament by knocking out fellow countryman Martin Dzuwa yesterday. Chanakira won the match in straight sets 6-4, 6-3 to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: High Court Rules Out Capital Punishment

    The Herald

    The High Court cannot impose the death penalty on murderers in Zimbabwe until the legislature enacts a law spelling out the circumstances under which one can be hanged, Justice... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Nomination Session - Week 3

    The Herald

    Zimbabwean housemate in Big Brother Hotshot JJ could be up for eviction this week for the third time consecutively after garnering four votes from Idris, Luis, Sheillah and Tayo.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: JJ, Butterphly Warm Up to BBA

    The Herald

    I recently bumped into Munyaradzi Chidzonga, the ex-Big Brother star who inspired several other individuals from different countries not only to participate in the reality series... Read more »



October 20

  • Zimbabwe: 'Shape Up or Ship-Out', Medical Insurers Told

    New Zimbabwe

    DEFIANT medical insurers have been warned to either adhere to government gazetted tariffs of risk being deregistered. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: New Medical Tariffs Not Viable, Cimas

    New Zimbabwe

    MEDICAL insurance firm, CIMAS, has said its failure to settle service providers' claims at the newly gazetted tariffs, in common with other medical aid societies, was a matter... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ebola - Ambulance Crew Flees Kwekwe Scare

    New Zimbabwe

    AN ambulance crew from Kwekwe recently made good their escape after learning that an emergency they had been summoned to involved a suspected case of Ebola while doctors in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Prophet Jailed 18 Years for Raping Married Congregant

    New Zimbabwe

    A SELF-PROCLAIMED Gokwe prophet was on Monday jailed 18 years for drugging and raping a married congregant in 2011. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Jailed for Inserting Fingers Into Girl's Privates

    New Zimbabwe

    A 22-YEAR-OLD Mutare man was jailed for three months after he was caught red-handed inserting his finger in the private parts of a 14-year-old minor. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MDC-T Outshines Zanu-PF in Violence, Survey

    New Zimbabwe

    THE MDC-T was fingered as the most violent party in the month of September registering 36 cases of violence against the 30 cases witnessed in Zanu PF, according to a civil rights... Read more »

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