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A confidant of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed to provide testimony on behalf of the state about alleged corrupt dealings between the government and the country’s ...

Some of the schoolgirls missing after a militant attack on a boarding school in northern Nigeria have been rescued by the military, officials say. About 100 children were ...

As condolences are pouring in for the families of the slain police officers in Engcobo‚ Eastern Cape‚ the ANC leadership in the province say that the incident indicates ...

Mpumalanga premier David Mabuza has told his provincial cabinet that he will be vacating his office soon because of his new responsibilities as ANC deputy president. ...

A MUTARE-BASED soldier recently lost his service pistol to a suspected thief in a bar. ...

FOUR former police officers posed as Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) investigators and allegedly kidnapped Mutoko Rural District Council chief executive officer, Peter Sigauke, accusing him of corruption before demanding $3 000 for his freedom. ...

THE Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZEDTC) is building a $7,5 million sub-station to meet Beitbridge high’s demand for power and about 25 000 residents are expected to benefit from the plant. ...

A GWERU police officer, who allegedly received a $1 320 bribe to facilitate the recruitment of three prospective police officers, was yesterday issued with a warrant of arrest after he failed to turn up at court. ...

GOVERNMENT has pulled out of the salary wrangle involving Hwange Colliery Company Limited and workers’ spouses, who have been demonstrating at the company premises for the past 26 days demanding their husbands’ outstanding dues. ...

About 224 people died due to electricity mishaps, including Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) employees, between 2009 and 2016. Of these 15 were Zesa employees, while the rest were victims of the power utility’s infrastructure collapse, victims of unsafe practices and thieves attempting to steal copper cables or oils. ...

TWENTY aspiring nurses from Bonda Mission Hospital in Manicaland Province have taken Health and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa to court challenging his decision to nullify their training programme at the institution. ...

WOMEN in mining are experiencing a myriad of problems such as victimisation, dispossession of their claims by men, and gender based violence. Representative of the sub-committee on Women in Mining in the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy, Fanny Chirisa told NewsDay yesterday that women in areas such as Gwanda and Shamva pleaded with MPs to put in place a legal framework to protect them. ...

HARARE City Council has roped in political leaders and the military in a fresh joint operation to assist flush out pirate taxis and commuter omnibuses from the central business district to pave way for shuttle buses. ...

Former President Robert Mugabe yesterday reportedly turned down a public birthday bash organised for him by the Zanu PF youth league, opting to privately celebrate his 94th anniversary with his close family members. ...

MDC-T top leaders have pledged to investigate the violent scenes that characterised the burial of party leader, Morgan Tsvangirai at his rural home in Buhera on Tuesday. ...

THE late MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai’s spokesperson, Luke Tamborinyoka, has said he will soon release audio recordings of the late former prime minister speaking on his succession, as tempers continue to soar in the opposition party. ...

The Labour Court has ordered TM Supermarket to pay two line managers, who were fired in 2016 over $1 100 as a pro rata commission for 10 months, which the parties had agreed before the two were dismissed for alleged misconduct. ...

POLITICAL parties and civic society organisations in Matabeleland have blasted rowdy MDC-T activists, who allegedly physically assaulted the party’s vice-president, Thokozani Khupe, secretary-general, Douglas Mwonzora and organising secretary, Abednico Bhebhe at the burial of former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai in Buhera on Wednesday. ...

HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa, has challenged local companies to venture into condom manufacture to save on foreign currency and address concerns over the size of condoms imported from China. ...

HOME Affairs minister Obert Mpofu will today appear before the Temba Mliswa-led Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines to give his side of the story over the $15 billion missing diamond revenue, which went unaccounted for during his tenure as Mines minister. ...

DOCTORS at public hospitals have given the government a 21-day ultimatum to address their grievances over poor working conditions, or they will down tools. ...

A 65-YEAR-OLD disabled Mutoko woman was burnt to death last Friday after her grass-thatched bedroom hut went up in flames during the night. ...

MDC-T spokesperson, Obert Gutu has quit the opposition party and will contest the Harare East constituency which had been reserved for PDP leader, Tendai Biti under the MDC ...

FORMER President Robert Mugabe has sent a message of condolences to the family of his long-time political arch-enemy Morgan Tsvangirai, who died of colon cancer last week. ...

EMBATTLED MDC-T deputy president, Thokozani Khupe, party secretary-general, Douglas Mwonzora and national organising secretary, Abednico Bhebhe reportedly survived an attempt on their lives yesterday after a mob of activists attacked them on arrival at former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s funeral in Buhera yesterday. ...

OPPOSITION MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai’s death last week temporarily brought business to a halt in Marondera as scores of party supporters thronged the streets celebrating his life. ...

A CHINESE national and a local business partner on Monday lost $14 500 to armed robbers who intercepted them along the Mutare-Harare highway before they accosted them to their residence, where they stole more money. ...

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive officer, Karikoga Kaseke yesterday clashed with ministry director, Rudo Faranisi over the conduct of former Tourism minister Walter Mzembi. ...

Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) chairperson, Enias Tichafa Mundangepfupfu told the court yesterday that former director-general, Edson Chidziya had a case to answer in a matter where he was accused of concealing an audit showing missing 56 rhino horns. While testifying in court before regional magistrate, Elijah Makomo, Mundangepfupfu said Chidziya intentionally failed to order an audit of rhino horns as was customary. ...

FORMER President Robert Mugabe told visiting African Union (AU) chairperson, Moussa Faki Mahamat on Monday that he resigned on his own for the sake of “peace and development” following a military intervention in November last year. ...