August 25

  • Zimbabwe: Former Airzim Bosses Struck Off Remand

    The Herald

    Former Air Zimbabwe bosses, Grace Pfumbidzayi and Innocent Mavhunga, embroiled in an alleged insurance scam were today struck off remand after State failed to proceed with trial. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Strikes Technology Transfer Deal With Iran

    The Herald

    The ministries of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development and Higher and Tertiary Education Science and Technology Development have formed a joint venture with Iran... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 22 Injured As Train Derails

    The Herald

    TWENTY-TWO passengers escaped with injuries on Saturday night when a Harare-bound passenger train derailed at Heany Junction 30 kilometres from Bulawayo. Eight coaches at the back... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Employers Urged to Back Breastfeeding

    The Herald

    Employers should develop a mother-friendly environment for their employees to successfully breast feed their babies, Minister of Health and Child Care Dr David Parirenyatwa has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Jehovah's Witnesses Convention Ends On High Note

    The Herald

    The three-day International Convention of Jehovah's Witnesses ended in Harare yesterday with the giant National Sports Stadium filled to capacity. The convention, which ran under... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ngoma Dzapasi Win Chibuku Dance Festival

    The Herald

    Dance group Ngoma Dzapasi from Mashonaland East were the national winners of this year's Chibuku Neshamwari Traditional Dance Festival held at Harare Gardens over the weekend. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Agric Show Improves Productivity'

    The Herald

    The Harare Agricultural Show has enabled most farmers to improve agricultural production and productivity through competition for prizes. Speaking at the Exhibition Park yesterday,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: SPB Cancels 300MW Solar Tenders

    The Herald

    The State Procurement Board has cancelled the 300-megawatt solar projects indefinitely after one winning bidder increased its price, while the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) failed... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: City Needs Miracle to Achieve 2025 Vision - Mayor

    The Herald

    Harare Mayor Bernard Manyenyeni says the poor ranking of Harare in an annual liveabilty poll conducted by the Economist magazine highlights the size of the miracle the city needs... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CAPS United Edge Chapungu

    The Herald

    HARARE giants CAPS United continued with their fine run at Rufaro yesterday when they edged Chapungu but their coach Taurai Mangwiro once more expressed reservations about the turf... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Knives Out for Midzi, Savanhu

    The Herald

    The Zanu-PF Women's League in Harare met in Highfield yesterday to reaffirm their support for the appointment of First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe as the Women's League boss at the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Retailers Lead in Job Creation

    The Herald

    RETAILERS, wholesalers and commodity brokers have emerged as Zimbabwe's biggest formal employers, accounting for nearly one third on new jobs in the past 18 months. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: GMO Policy Needs Clarity [opinion]

    The Herald

    IN the interest of public health and the environment, Government should clarify the ambiguity surrounding its anti-genetically modified organisms (GMOs) policy and the continued,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dancehall Artistes Launch Positive Riddim

    The Herald

    Major players in the Zim Dancehall fraternity have joined forces to produce a 12-track HIV and AIDS awareness album entitled Possitive Riddim that was officially launched last... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Manager Lands Post On Fake O-Levels

    The Herald

    Pick n Pay Kamfinsa customer service manager Tendai Muyambo, who worked for nine years after landing the post using a fake O-Level certificate, was last Friday fined US$100 for the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Miss Utakataka Crowned

    The Herald

    Caren Chimoyo was crowned Miss Utakataka at the inaugural pageant held at Airport Lounge on Saturday night. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Tragedy of Women Prisoners [analysis]

    The Herald

    The nature of the Zimbabwean prison system destroys women emotionally, psychologically and physically. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Telecoms Tariffs Outdated - POTRAZ

    The Herald

    RATES being quoted by telecommunication companies no longer reflect the cost of providing the services given changes that have taken place since inception of the tariffs, the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mangongo Confident Ahead of OZ Match

    The Herald

    NEWLY-APPOINTED Zimbabwe cricket team coach Stephen Mangongo was yesterday oozing with confidence ahead of today's opening of the one-day triangular cricket series against world... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Buffaloes, Black Rhinos Draw

    The Herald

    HARARE army side Black Rhinos secured a vital away point, thanks to this stalemate against their Mutare military counterparts Buffaloes in an entertaining Castle Lager Premiership... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chidyausiku Applauds LSZ

    The Herald

    Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku has hailed the cordial relations between the judiciary and the Law Society of Zimbabwe, saying it has greatly contributed to the improvement in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dr John Landa Nkomo, a Life of Selfless Dedication to the Struggle [document]

    The Herald

    Veteran nationalist and Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Dr Landa John Nkomo passed on in the early hours of Thursday, January 17, 2013 at St Anne's Hospital in Harare... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Land Row Leaves 20 Families Homeless

    The Herald

    More than 20 families at Edinburg Farm in Beatrice were left homeless after their houses and property worth thousands of dollars was destroyed by unknown assailants last Wednesday... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Will the Pro-Poor Writers Please Stand Up [opinion]

    The Herald

    Africa needs a deluge of liberation theology, even a flurry of potent anti-capitalist polemics to plug the void occasioned by post-nationalist tendencies in contemporary... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: In Solidarity With Paul Brickhill [opinion]

    The Herald

    Paul Brickhill (56) the founder of popular arts venue, the Book Cafe is fighting thyroid cancer. Read more »

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