• AirZim flies near empty

    AirZim is struggling to break even on its Harare-Johannesburg-Harare route amid disclosures that one flight on March 29 had less than 30 passengers aboard.

  • Mokoomba in successful UK tour

    WIDELY travelled Afro-fusion group Mokoomba continues their dominance on foreign lands with their tour of the United Kingdom that saw them staging sold-out shows.

  • Dam development critical to resolving Zim’s water woes

    DURING a recent cold spell, four women from Section 5 in Caledonia, a sprawling informal settlement located 25km east of the capital, took turns to crouch and scoop water for domestic use from an unprotected well.

  • Sulu courts Mukanya for duet

    DENDERA star Sulumani Chimbetu says he will engage exiled musician Thomas “Mukanya” Mapfumo to record his part in a duet titled Makamirirei online

  • Man axes brother to death in row over ox-drawn plough

    A 34-YEAR-OLD Guruve man, Graham Tunduhwe, allegedly struck his brother, Edwell, three times in the head with an axe following a heated argument

  • Health professionals learn sign language

    TWENTY-FIVE Chitungwiza Central Hospital health professionals are undergoing a two-week long training on sign language to reduce communication challenges

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    Man demands maintenance refund

    A CHITUNGWIZA man who has been paying $80 for the upkeep of a minor child approached the local civil court on Monday demanding a refund after DNA tests showed that he was not the father.

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    New twist to Filabusi mine wrangle

    THE case of a Harare couple claiming that Zanu PF bigwigs wrestled a Filabusi mine from them has taken a new twist with the two now being accused of misappropriating funds.

    Govt urged to adopt UN human rights principles

    ENVIRONMENTAL pressure groups have called on government to adopt and endorse United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

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    Chitungwiza council probes senior staffers

    CHITUNGWIZA Town Council is investigating its senior staffers for participating in allegedly fraudulent activities.

    MDC-T house ‘burns’ in Masvingo

    THE MDC-T in Masvingo as officials in the faction-riddled provincial executive trade accusations and counter-accusations of trying to topple party leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

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    Gumbura security guards acquitted

    A HARARE magistrate has acquitted two security guards of jailed RMG Independent End Time Message leader Robert Martin Gumbura, who were facing charges of obstructing the course of justice.

    Zanu PF spies feeding us — MDC-T

    THE opposition MDC-T party has claimed that it was working with factions within the ruling Zanu PF in their fight to succeed President Robert Mugabe.

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