April 23

  • People Speak On President's Salary

    The Herald

    President Mugabe's public disclosure that he earns a US$4 000 salary monthly has unleashed a backlash on public sector bosses who were paying themselves up to ten times as much as... Read more »

  • World Bank Calls for Reforms Unit

    The Herald

    Government must consider establishing a dedicated technical team to drive implementation of economic reforms that bring about sustained growth, the World Bank has said. Read more »

  • Disharmony Over Teacher Salary Disparities

    The Herald

    There is disharmony within the civil service following a salary increase effected by Government this month that has resulted in some teachers earning more than their... Read more »

  • What Has Gone Wrong for Mawiwi

    The Herald

    HARARE City coach Bigboy Mawiwi, whose side has suffered three straight defeats, says the Sunshine Boys will be hard pressed to start winning games against a background of injuries... Read more »

  • Please, Leave God and Jesus Out of This! [opinion]

    The Herald

    I AM just one small creature among the whole creation of God on earth and this universe, but I tend to pity God sometimes. Read more »

  • Empowerment Policies Flexible

    The Herald

    Indigenisation and economic empowerment policies are not cast in stone and foreigners can hold majority shareholding in any enterprise depending on the nature of their investment,... Read more »

  • Steward Bank to Close Eight Branches

    The Herald

    Steward Bank intends to close about eight branches across the country, rendering more than 100 employees jobless, as the bank seeks to streamline its costs. Read more »

  • 'Thank You for All the Support' [column]

    The Herald

    IT is with pleasure that I find you once again weeks after the landmark March 29 zifa elections in which you stood by my candidacy to the last day. Read more »

  • Belvedere Trio Awaits Fate

    The Herald

    Three domestic workers from Belvedere, Harare, who have been in custody since October 2012 after allegedly splashing US$700 000 they stole from their employer on cars and houses... Read more »

  • 30 Perish in Accidents

    The Herald

    FIVE more people have died in 287 road accidents recorded during the Independence and Easter Holidays countrywide. This brings the holiday death toll to 30. Read more »

  • Newspapers' Lost Opportunities

    The Herald

    Some sections of society attribute decline in newspaper readership to perceived drops in journalistic standards. Read more »

  • All Set for Mr Novice

    The Herald

    THE chairman of the National Federation of Zimbabwe Body-building and Fitness' Judges Panel, Danny De Souza, says he will be considering up-and-coming personnel to handle the Mr... Read more »

  • Benefits of Market Research for SMEs [column]

    The Herald

    Market Research is defined as the process of gathering data on goods and services to determine whether the product or service will satisfy customers' needs. Read more »

  • 'We'll Always Stand for Cricketers' [column]

    The Herald

    The International Cricket Council offered Zimbabwe Cricket a very good deal because ZC have failed and need a consultant to come in. Read more »

  • No Room for Corruption in Land Allocation

    The Herald

    Zimbabweans, including those in the Diaspora, should know that land as an empowerment tool is not for sale and anyone found guilty of using his/her office or political influence to... Read more »

  • Comedians Fall in Love With Gweru

    The Herald

    Comedians Carl Joshua Ncube and Nqobizitha "Q" Ncube have now found a new home away from home. Read more »

  • Gorowa Offered Deal

    The Herald

    ZIFA have revived their bid to try to tie Ian Gorowa to a Warriors' contract ahead of the start of the 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifying campaign, but there are indications... Read more »

  • Jibilika Preliminaries On

    The Herald

    Preliminaries for the Harare province Jibilika dance festival are on this weekend. Read more »

  • Zim Fails to Make It At Regional Awards

    The Herald

    The award season has been ablaze for a while now and local and international headlines have been awash with updates. Read more »



April 22

  • U.S. Revises Targeted Sanctions

    SW Radio

    The US government has revised its targeted sanctions list by adding four new names and removing 11 others. Read more »

  • Land Ministry Officials Implicated in Allocation Scam

    SW Radio

    Officials in the Ministry of Lands have become the latest government members to be implicated in widespread corruption, after it emerged they fleeced hundreds of people out of... Read more »

  • Leave Promiscuity to Tsvangirai, Mugabe Tells Youths

    New Zimbabwe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has warned the country's youths against promiscuity, telling them to leave such shameful and risky behaviour to the likes of opposition leader Morgan... Read more »

  • Mugabe's Independence Speech Criticised

    SW Radio

    On Friday Mugabe lashed out at what he called Europe's 'homosexual nonsense' and condemned its leaders for refusing to accept his hold on power. He also threatened to deport... Read more »

  • Economy Needs More Than Makandiwa's Prophecy

    SW Radio

    Economists, politicians, clergy and many ordinary Zimbabweans have criticized a popular Zimbabwean prophet, who told worshippers at his weekend "Judgement Night 2" service that the... Read more »

  • SA to Increase Zimbabwe Trade Ties-Minister

    CAJ News

    SOUTH Africa, Zimbabwe's largest trading partner, said it would pursue economic collaboration and partnerships with Zimbabwe for the purpose of achieving sustainable economic... Read more »

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