January 22

  • Zimbabwe: Hailstorm Leaves Trail of Destruction

    The Herald

    At least 40 houses were destroyed, while several trees were uprooted by strong winds and hailstorm that hit parts of Zvimba District on Sunday.The strong winds mostly affected... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Land Barons Still Active

    The Herald

    Land barons continue to subdivide and parcel out land to unsuspecting home-seekers in Chitungwiza despite Government's efforts to bring sanity in the satellite town.The Urban... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dembare Face Strikers' Crisis

    The Herald

    JUST two weeks after starting their 2015 preparations, champions Dynamos have revealed they are facing a strikers' crisis. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Commission to Act On Zifa

    The Herald

    THE Sport and Recreation Commission are worried by the escalating fights at ZIFA, which are threatening to further derail development of the game, and have indicated that they will... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mliswa Causes Furore At Zanu-PF Meeting

    The Herald

    Ousted Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson Cde Temba Mliswa yesterday caused a furore at a provincial co-ordinating committee meeting when he insisted that suspended... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: BRI Recapitalisation Likely to Delay

    The Herald

    Blue Ribbon Industries prospective investor, Tanzania's Bakhresa Group, has insisted on a lengthy indigenisation compliance period, a demand which is likely to delay the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mbare Residents Hail Chinotimba

    The Herald

    MBARE residents yesterday applauded Buhera South legislator Cde Joseph Chinotimba for undertaking a one-man clean-up campaign in the area and calling for the setting up of a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Rambanepasi to Lead Caps United

    The Herald

    FORMER CAPS United player Ashley Rambanepasi will return home as a juniors' coach this season. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: NSSA to Inject Over U.S$10 Million in Projects

    The Herald

    THE National Social Security Authority (NSSA) expects to inject more than $10 million into various projects countrywide including capitalisation of a new building society as part... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fear, Loss, Hope in 'Writing Lives'

    The Herald

    To read a selected spectrum of English short stories written by Zimbabwe's best writers is to enjoy different imaginative trips into certain worlds from which you emerge... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Madzibaba Ishmael Granted Bail

    The Herald

    Johanne Masowe eChishanu Apostolic Sect leader Madzibaba Ishmael Chokurongerwa, whose followers attacked police officers, journalists and Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Kereke Case - Guardian Wants Tomana Charged

    The Herald

    The guardian of a girl who was allegedly raped by Bikita West legislator Dr Munyaradzi Kereke has approached the High Court seeking an order for contempt of court against... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Reap No Benefit From Oil Price Drop

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development yesterday said failure by Zimbabwe to make meaningful adjustment on fuel prices means that the possible ripple effects of the declining... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Musicians Unite for Zakaria Album Launch

    The Herald

    Several artistes will tonight be expected to grace Nicholas Zakaria's album launch scheduled for Dandaro Inn. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Nama Awards Beckon

    The Herald

    The preparations for the 14th edition of the National Arts Merit Awards scheduled for 7 Arts Theatre in Avondale on February 14 are under way.This year's edition runs under the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Must Harness Available Resources

    The Herald

    WE applaud Acting President Mnangagwa's pronouncement that Government will begin to recruit young cadres with technical skills to spearhead national economic programmes.This is... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Master Farmer' Comes to Town

    The Herald

    Studying rainfall patterns and its frequency used to be a special area for the rural folk. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dube Promised an Afcon

    The Herald

    ZIFA president Cuthbert Dube is the FIRST leader of the association to oversee THREE failed bids by the Warriors to qualify for the Nations Cup finals since Zimbabwe finally earned... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF's Venerable 'Saints'

    The Herald

    IT has been said time and again that the moment someone falls out with Zanu-PF, especially those in top leadership positions like the Central Committee and the Politburo, they are... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Trickster Fakes 5 'Rape' Reports

    The Herald

    All the five cases reported this month in which "men" claimed to have been raped by women were false and being made by one person to solicit sympathy and donations from the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim to Miss Tobbaco Production Target

    The Herald

    Most of the tobacco crop is showing signs of distress due to excessive rains, raising fears that the country may not meet the 2015 target to produce 220 million kilograms.Total... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: Zim, SADC Back Sakala for AFDB Presidency

    The Herald

    Government has thrown its weight behind Zimbabwean candidate Mr Thomas Zondo Sakala for the post of African Development Bank (AfDB) president in elections set for May this... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Bonding With Coins

    The Herald

    Zimbabweans wrongly believe the bond coins are politically inclined yet this is a pure economic policy targeting the consumers who were being fleeced through the rounding off of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Integration of Gender Equality Vital

    The Herald

    This is the second in a series of articles analysing regional progress on gender equality and women's empowerment. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Something Must Give for ZSE in 2015

    The Herald

    A false start to the year proved to be a precursor for what would turn out to be worst year in 20 years of equity trading in Zimbabwe on an adjusted basis. The mainstream index... Read more »

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