September 29

  • Zimbabwe: We'll Punish Errant Leaders - President

    The Herald

    SENIOR Zanu-PF officials who deviate from the party's vision and principles will be reprimanded, President Mugabe has said. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S $3 Million Needed to Feed Nuanetsi Ranch Settlers

    The Herald

    Government requires at least US$3million to feed villagers resettled at Nuanetsi Ranch until May next year when they harvest their crops, Masvingo Minister of State for Provincial... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MSU Staff Get Stands

    The Herald

    OVER 300 Midlands State University lecturers and staff members were allocated low-density residential stands in Gweru on Saturday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chitiyo to the Rescue

    The Herald

    DIMINUTIVE midfielder Ronald Chitiyo fired a wonder strike late and reckoned that the intensity in the Castle Lager Premiership marathon had now become a pressure cooker as... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Churchill Win Tournament

    The Herald

    CHURCHILL Boys turned on the show yesterday to beat rivals Prince Edward in the National Association of Secondary Schools Heads Basketball Under-20 Championships at Falcon College... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZBC Airtime Scandal Exposed

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation was prejudiced of thousands of dollars by its staff through an irregular and haphazard discount of advertising airtime to customers, an audit... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Harare Water Supply Improves

    The Herald

    Harare's water supplies have improved, with areas which have gone for years without supplies now receiving water as the City of Harare continues to implement the infrastructure... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kasukuwere, Moyo Gay Gangsters - Mliswa

    New Zimbabwe

    ZANU PF legislator Temba Mliswa has dismissed cabinet ministers Jonathan Moyo and Saviour Kasukuwere and President Robert Mugabe's nephew Patrick Zhuwawo as gay gangsters as... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chinese Tourist Arrivals Plunge 270 Percent

    New Zimbabwe

    CHINESE tourist arrivals to Zimbabwe plunged in the first half of this year by 273 percent to 2,730 from 10,173 recorded during the same period last year, according to preliminary... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bulawayo Sees Surge in HIV Infections

    New Zimbabwe

    BULAWAYO has recorded the highest HIV prevalence rate in Zimbabwe in a development that is worrying the government as it battles to halt the spread of the pandemic. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Trial of Mugabe Lobbyist Opens in U.S.

    New Zimbabwe

    THE trial of a Chicago man accused of illegally lobbying US politicians on behalf of President Robert Mugabe opened Monday with prosecutors focussing on C. Gregory Turner's... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Illegal Demolitions a Violation of Human Rights [press release]


    The MDC Condemns the Ongoing demolition of people's homes and other property in Chitungwiza in blatant violation of the Constitution. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim a Beat Bangladesh

    The Herald

    During his stay, Chakabva added 83 for the opening wicket with Brian Chari, 42 with Timycen Maruma for the third wicket and 120 for the fifth wicket with the captain Vusi Sibanda,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Historicity in the Eyes of Chimutashu

    The Herald

    THE first novel by Jackie Chimutashu titled The Great Enclosure: Book One, is a fictionalised narrative of the musings at Great Zimbabwe, which can also be read as a historical... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Metaphors, Symbols, Images and Artistes

    The Herald

    IMAGINE the sight of a cake without the icing, the taste of ice-cream without the ice, or the taste of yoghurt without the flavor wafting up your nostrils; then you are imagining... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Grand Design of African Renaissance

    The Herald

    A grand design for better days runs the thread of Pan-Africanist literature. Pan-Africanism has been up the podium from the outset of the 20th century, chanting down imperialism,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Police Funfair to Remember

    The Herald

    THOUSANDS of merrymakers who graced this year's Police Commissioner-General's Funfair at Morris Depot on Saturday were treated to a memorable time. Artistes across genres took... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Yellow Card' Actress Returns for ZIFF

    The Herald

    As preparations for this year's edition of Zimbabwe International Film Festival gather momentum, a number of international stars are expected in the country this week ahead of the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Magaya Backs Makandiwa Prophecy

    The Herald

    Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya yesterday urged Zimbabweans to take heed of God's Word delivered through Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa last week... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Revive SMM

    The Herald

    Government is looking for money to resuscitate Shabani Mashava Mine and other mines that have closed down over the years, a Cabinet Minister has said.The Minister of Finance and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Guard Steals From WHO

    The Herald

    A female security guard allegedly connived with her colleague to duplicate keys to World Health Organisation stores at Parirenyatwa Hospital offices before stealing property worth... Read more »

September 28

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