April 17

  • Diapers Are Up the Mayor's Nose

    The Herald

    The Mayor of Masvingo, Councillor Hubert Fidze, seems to be choking on the issue of disposable nappies and has proposed their ban in the ancient city. Read more »

  • Mutero Leaves Greek Club

    The Herald

    FORMER Zimbabwe youth international Trevor Mutero has left his Greek soccer side Glyfada FC after they were recently relegated from that country's League Two at the end of the... Read more »

  • Africa - Road to Sustained, Economic Growth [opinion]

    The Herald

    A process of democratisation that has taken root across much of the continent; on-going improvements to the business environment; exponential growth in trade and investment and... Read more »

  • Report Responsibly On Children, Media Told

    The Herald

    The media has been urged to report responsibly and sensitively on children's issues to avoid violation of their rights. Read more »

  • Redfox Celebrates Fourth Anniversary

    The Herald

    RedFox hotel celebrates its fourth anniversary as a powerhouse in promoting reggae and dancehall in Zimbabwe. The celebrations will be in four parts whereby beginning tonight the... Read more »

  • Perspectives On Independent Zimbabwe [interview]

    The Herald

    What does being Zimbabwean mean to you? Read more »

  • Formalising the Informal a Critical Step

    The Herald

    The informal sector is the most dominant business in the world today and is made up of a populace with productive skills who have been excluded from the mainstream economy by... Read more »

  • U.S.$2 Million Zimra Tender Raises Eyebrows

    The Herald

    The State Procurement Board has come under fire from losing bidders of a US$2 million security tender for allegedly awarding the tender to two companies owned by one person. Read more »

  • 'Diamond Revenue May Rise 47 Percent'

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE'S diamond revenues may rise 47 percent this year, indicating the country could have been "fleeced" from its previous diamond sales, a research report has said. Read more »

  • Impi Outreach Is Apolitical - Nyarota

    The Herald

    The Information and Media Panel of Inquiry consultations are apolitical and contributions so far have been constructive, panel chairman Geoffrey Nyarota has said. Read more »

  • Pair Cleared of Gold Smuggling Charge

    The Herald

    A Harare man and a British national who were recently arrested while smuggling 5kg of gold worth US$212 085,92 into South Africa through Beitbridge Border Post have been cleared of... Read more »

  • 'It's Not the Economy, It's Inaction'

    The Herald

    MOST companies facing de-registration and those struck off by the Registrar of Companies have largely been involved in speculative activities while others have been inactive for... Read more »

  • Govt Support Pays Off for Farmers

    The Herald

    Sometime in 2008, President Mugabe started the Presidential Well Wishers Special Agricultural Input Scheme in a move that was received with scepticism, with some calling it... Read more »

  • Rape Victim (IV) Narrates Ordeal

    The Herald

    A four-year-old girl from Chitungwiza left the court dumb-founded after she gave a graphic account of how her assailant came to pick her up from her parents' house to a maize field... Read more »

  • Netone Warms Up to Competition

    The Herald

    Technology has opened unprecedented opportunities and added convenience to millions around the world. Read more »

  • Fireworks At Race Course

    The Herald

    All roads lead to the Borrowdale Race Course where musicians converge for the Independence Concert tonight. Alick Macheso, Suluman Chimbetu, Charles Charamba, Hope Masike, Edith... Read more »

  • Special Economic Zones Underway, Move Tailored to Lure Investors, World Bank Endorses Plan

    The Herald

    Government is intensifying efforts to attract foreign direct investment, with steps at an advanced stage to establish Special Economic Zones, while investment laws will be amended... Read more »

  • ZKU Inter-Styles Championships On Cards

    The Herald

    THE Zimbabwe Karate Union will this month hold their National Inter-styles Championships in Kwekwe as part of their preparations for the forthcoming Zone Six Championships.The... Read more »

  • Disposable Nappies - Blessing or Curse?

    The Herald

    For 31-year-old Mirirai, a working mother of three who was recently blessed with a baby girl, 24 hours is just too short for her day. Read more »

  • World Cup Gravy Train, Zim Cricketers Paid a Fortune for a Failed Mission

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE'S cricketers pocketed a staggering US$412 000 in just three games, at an average of US$137 333 per match, despite a preliminary round humiliation in Bangladesh last month,... Read more »

  • Good News for Theatre Lovers

    The Herald

    Rooftop Promotions yesterday called for submissions of play scripts from writers that want their productions to feature at Theatre in the Park when it resumes soon. Read more »

  • Karate Festival Set for Harare

    The Herald

    JINDOKAI Karate Zimbabwe are set to host the biggest karate festival with more than a 100 participants expected to take part from all over the world. Read more »

  • Fruit Fly Control Project Launched

    The Herald

    The Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development -- in conjunction with the Food and Agricultural Organisation -- has launched a project to control the fruit... Read more »



April 16

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