South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan plans to return home after President Jacob Zuma ordered him to pull out of a roadshow with investors and ratings agencies in London, heightening concern that he’s preparing to change his cabinet.
Following the invasion of some parts of the Manicaland commercial forests by some illegal miners and settlers, the permanent secretary in the ministry of Environment speaks about the ministry’s position.
VETERANS of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle will work hard in the coming month to stop President Robert Mugabe’s bid to create a political dynasty in the country, NewsDay has been told.
FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe will make the final call on the fate of beleaguered Zanu PF women’s league deputy secretary Eunice Sandi-Moyo and treasurer Sarah Mahoka at an executive meeting to be held this week, it has been established.
DYNAMOS have been dealt a huge blow ahead of the new Premier Soccer League (PSL) season after two of their regular players Elisha Muroiwa and Wisdom Mutasa ditched the former champions for Tanzania.
GOVERNMENT now owes $62 million in cadetship fees to all institutions of higher learning, Parliament heard last week.
Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Justice Rita Makarau has buckled under pressure and assured opposition parties that the government will not fiddle with the procurement process for biometric voter registration (BVR) kits or the independence of her commission, NewsDay has heard.
A ROW over a congregational shrine has erupted in Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe (UMP)’s Zvataida area between two apostolic sects, Mugodhi Apostolic Faith Church and Kruger Apostolic Faith Church.
THE Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association leadership is basking in the after-glow of a successful meeting in Harare attended by over 1 000 members. According to the association’s leadership fronted by national chairperson Christopher Mutsvangwa, secretary-general Victor Matemadanda and spokesperson Douglas Mahiya, the meeting, held in the face of an attempt by a government […]
THE National Blood Service Zimbabwe (NBSZ) has appealed for more blood donations to beef up reserves ahead of the Easter holidays, often characterised by road accidents.