December 16

  • Zimbabwe: The Maid From Hell WHO Threatened to Kill Our Kids [column]

    The Herald

    THE reason why we enjoy movies where people are shooting and killing each other is because we know that it is fiction, and also that we are not the ones dying. A few weeks ago, I... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dep Minister, Perm Sec Cross Swords

    The Herald

    HIGHER and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Deputy Minister Dr Godfrey Gandawa is accusing Permanent Secretary in the ministry, Dr Washington Mbizvo, of gross... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimre Gets U.S $1,3 Million for Malawi Subsidiary

    The Herald

    ZIMRE Holdings will receive about $1,3 million from NicozDiamond for the disposal of a 49 percent stake in its Malawi subsidiary United General Insurance Company as the group steps... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Lasch Bosses Desert CSC Offices

    The Herald

    Lasch Investments management has deserted its head office at CSC offices in Harare's Willowvale industrial area after failing to deliver agricultural inputs to thousands of farmers... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Did Limited Ride On Emotions?

    The Herald

    LIMITED Chikafa's tale of courage, from battling a heart ailment that appeared to have brought his successful football career to an abrupt end to coming close to winning a league... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tendai Samanja Not Yet Decided

    The Herald

    CAPS United midfielder, Tendai, Samanja confirmed that while he is leaving the Green Machine, he was still considering a lot of options about his next move. Reports at the weekend... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cottco Chairman Powers Raise Eye Brows

    The Herald

    COTTCO Holdings has appointed acting chairman Dr Douglas Ncube executive chairman, a move seen as an attempt to push out chief executive Mr Collins Chihuri. The board gave Dr Ncube... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hungwe Under Fire for Blasphemous Hero-Worshipping

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF secretary for production and labour in the Politburo Cde Josaya Hungwe has sparked outrage for likening Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa to Jesus Christ, with analysts... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim Artist Relishes Cape Town Fair

    The Herald

    The ongoing Cape Town Art Fair has been an eye opener for Zimbabwe's representative Raphael Jamu who has been part of the six-day extravaganza that started on December 12. The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: No Joy for Jabulani Sibanda

    The Herald

    Former war veterans leader Jabulani Sibanda, who is accused of insulting President Mugabe, will have to remain on remand for a while, pending determination of his application to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Rein in Defaulters

    The Herald

    Government has read the riot act to companies that pledged funds for community development under the Community Share Ownership Trusts but were yet to disburse the money. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mother Chimuka Preaches Through Music

    The Herald

    She is an accomplished preacher and eloquent speaker but Tracy Chimuka wants to reach out to as many people as possible through gospel music. Tracy who is more popularly known by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mwonzora's Passport Application Thrown Out

    The Herald

    Magistrate Mr Milton Serima has dismissed an application by MDC-T secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora, facing allegations of theft of trust property involving US$15 000, to have his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Was Miss Zim Sabotaged At Miss World?

    The Herald

    Some fans have blasted the Miss World make-up artist for bad choice of make-up on Miss Zimbabwe, Tendai Hunda, who represented the country at the finale of Miss World 2014 held in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Farai Tapfuma Happy With Tourney

    The Herald

    SELECT Healthcare tennis tournament director Farai Tapfuma says they are happy with the improvements they witnessed in the just-ended event held at Harare Sports Club. The four-day... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chinese Firm Offers Interfin Lifeline

    The Herald

    Chinese firm Belle Holdings has offered to inject $50 million into the struggling Interfin Bank to save it from liquidation. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has since given the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Restore Residents' Trust, Harare Told

    The Herald

    Harare City Council must rebuild the residents' confidence which has been compromised by corruption and poor service delivery, the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe has said. Speaking... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dancers Awards On Tonight

    The Herald

    Dancers Association of Zimbabwe will host an awards ceremony for outstanding dancers of the year at the City Sports bar today. Mostaff, Apama, Bev, Lady Storm and Zoey will provide... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim's Annual Inflation Continues to Fall

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe's annual inflation rate was minus 0,78 percent in November after shedding 0,78 points on the previous month's figure, official figures released yesterday showed. This... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zesa Installs 200 000 Pre-Paid Meters

    The Herald

    "This year we put in 200 000 pre-paid meters, it is not a mean task to put in that many," he said. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Parks Slapped With U.S $780k Lawsuit

    The Herald

    Makuti Game and Safari Lodges has slapped the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority with a US$787 000 lawsuit emanating from unpaid compensation for developments carried... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Film Festival Moves to Bulawayo

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe International Film and Festival Trust, organisers of the Zimbabwe International Film Festival have announced that the final leg of ZIFFTours 2014 in Bulawayo is... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Misa Zimbabwe Communique - Zupco Found Most Secretive Public Body [press release]

    MISA

    The Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO) has for the third year running emerged as the least transparent public body in Zimbabwe while the newly established Ministry of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: SoS As Donated Blood Runs Out

    New Zimbabwe

    THERE are concerns that scores of patients who require blood will be at risk with the National Blood Services of Zimbabwe (NBSZ) -- the country's sole blood supplier -- reporting... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mavhaire Named in Trust Funds Scam

    New Zimbabwe

    FORMER energy minister Dzikamai Mavhaire has been accused of lining his pocket from development funds under the Masvingo Community Share Ownership Trust. Read more »

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