March 30

  • Zimbabwe: Gallery Hosts Holiday Art Camp

    The Herald

    The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will be having the Holiday Art Camp with support from art supplies company, La Rue, from April 13 to 17. The Holiday Art Camp is facilitated by the... Read more »

  • Africa: Look to East - to China - Mugabe Counsels Africa

    Daily News

    ZIMBABWE President Robert Mugabe -- in his capacity as the Chairman of the African Union (AU) -- has advised all countries on the continent to back track their former reliance on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: IDC to Offload Chemplex Stake

    The Herald

    Industrial Development Corporation will dispose of 76 percent of its shareholding in Chemplex Corporation to raise $60 million required for the recapitalisation of the company. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Williams to Lead Zim Triathlon Team

    The Herald

    TALENTED junior men top triathlete, Drew Williams, will lead the Zimbabwe team for the Africa Junior Championships set for Egypt in May. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Gives Wife U.S $3 for Groceries

    The Herald

    A woman last week left the court in stitches when she accused her husband of giving her $3 to buy groceries each month. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Long Live Great Aunty Dot

    The Herald

    Dorothy Masuku, who is probably Zimbabwe's oldest female musician still alive today, turns 80 in September, this year. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Implement HIV Remedies - Expert

    The Herald

    African nations should move towards implementation of interventions that have already been proved to work while awaiting a vaccine or cure for HIV and Aids, a senior HIV and Aids... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Caps Utd Win Again

    The Herald

    RONALD Pfumbidzai put his personal woes behind him as he lived up to the promise he had made to his coach yesterday with a fine goal against FC Platinum at the National Sports... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: SPB Boss Racks Up U.S $1 Million Tax Arrears

    The Herald

    THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority has garnished the State Procurement Board's bank account to recover over $1 million owed by the board in PAYE for its chairperson Mr Charles Kuwaza. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chitate Fails to Qualify for IAAF Championship

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE'S female long-distance runner Olivia Chitate missed on the qualification for the IAAF World Athletics Championships over the weekend when she finished outside the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: How Mine Beat Dongo Sawmill

    The Herald

    BENJAMIN Marere came off the bench to power visiting How Mine to victory against Premiership debutantes Dongo Sawmills at Vengere yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: New Club Opens in Kuwadzana

    The Herald

    Several activities took place at Kuwadzana 1 shops on Saturday as new venue Honolulu Sports Bar was officially opened. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZCTU Is Paid for 'Demonstrations'

    The Herald

    ZCTU has several other constructive avenues to engage Government over the challenges facing the country, so why select a destructive route? The answer can only be found on the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bank Managers Lose Labour Case

    The Herald

    An attempt by 11 Steward Bank managers to bar the bank from withholding their salaries and benefits pending retrenchment flopped after the Labour Court threw out the case, saying... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Can We Innovate Our Way Out of Our Challenges? [opinion]

    The Herald

    In an episode of the wildly popular ABC programme Shark Tank, Steve Gadlin from Chicago introduced himself to a panel of investors that included billionaires Mark Cuban and Kevin... Read more »

March 29

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