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Zinara cashiers in fraud storm
Total value prejudiced to the complainant is yet to be established.
By Desmond Chingarande 11h ago
Beitbridge rustler jailed 27 years
He then drove them towards his home village and continued until Jacob Mbedzi saw him after recognising the brands.
By Rex Mphisa 11h ago
CCC, Zanu PF face off in Chikomba
Zanu PF won the majority of Chikomba Rural District Council wards with a total of 25 against CCC’s five.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 11h ago
Cops impersonate Zacc officials
Dekwende requested to see their national identification cards first so that he would draft the agreement of sale.
Top airline spreads wings to Harare
ACZ pledged to continue its close collaboration with airlines, travel agencies and other stakeholders to foster the growth and development of the local aviation sector.
By Freeman Makopa 11h ago
Zim’s rights abuses referred to AU
The report raised concerns over the country’s shrinking democratic space over the past five years.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 11h ago
Polad noble, dialogue with Chamisa, better
The cost of living, in the meantime, has risen by a further 4,8% to ZWL$98 462,53 per person last month, a month after Mnangagwa won a disputed ballot.
By Newsday 11h ago
Car dealers steal OPC plates
Edmore Manyonda, a director at Geoscape Properties, Shepherd Hove and Simbarashe Blessing Matinyarare were remanded in custody to today for bail hearing.
By Desmond Chingarande 11h ago
Anglican church heads for split
GAFCON describes itself as a global family of authentic Anglicans standing together to retain and restore the Bible to the heart of the Anglican Communion.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 11h ago
Govt bails out HCC on water chemicals
The dire water situation in Harare has been worsened by the continued destruction of headwater wetlands, which serve as the city’s major natural water purification sponges.
By Sharon Buwerimwe 11h ago
Ex-Zinara CEO trial fails to kick off
Mujokoro is accused of flouting procurement procedures by hiring two security companies rejected during an evaluation as sub-standard.
By Desmond Chingarande 11h ago
CCC plots to boycott ED’s Sona
Mnangagwa will today preside over the official opening of the First Session of the 10th Parliament and later deliver his Sona.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 11h ago
Ministry dispatches gold mobilisation teams
This can deprive the country of much-needed capital and expertise.
Gweru female cllrs push for women empowerment
Gweru Urban legislator Josiah Makombe said he would come up with income-generating projects targeted at women, youths and people with disabilities as part of his strategic plan.
By Stephen Chadenga 11h ago
US$100K lifeline for 130 Gwanda farmers
This is the first CARE International, Hand in Hand Zimbabwe and Ecobank investment in the district for community self-sustaining projects.
By Innocent Magondo 11h ago
MCAZ revokes permits for 6 wholesale dealers
The revocation of permits and cancellation of licences runs up to March 2025 as part of efforts to fight drug and substance abuse among youths.
By Vanessa Gonye 11h ago
Tailor jailed 27 years for stock theft
He then drove them towards his home village and continued until Jacob Mbedzi sae him but recognized the cattle brands.
By Rex Mphisa 20h ago
Govt intervenes on Harare water crisis
In a media briefing Agriculture minister Anxious Masuka said the available raw water in dams can supply the city for a period of 26.3 months only.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 2, 2023
Storm over Zanu PF campaign vehicles
NewsDay is reliably informed that the majority of the party’s 73 losing candidates have vowed to defy the directive setting themselves on a collision course with the top leadership.
By Nizbert Moyo and Problem Masau Oct. 2, 2023
Chegutu mine collapse: Govt appeals for help
Twenty-one artisanal miners were rescued with four receiving treatment at Chegutu District Hospital following the disaster which struck on Friday.
By Nunurai Jena Oct. 2, 2023
Feature: Politics stifling Mutorashanga growth
The people of Mutorashanga were losing out as the tourists preferred to bring their own drinks, braai packs and other goods.
By Sydney Kawadza Oct. 2, 2023
Tighten Zim sanctions, says ex-US diplomat
Ray said there was no behavioural change on individuals who were put on sanctions in Zimbabwe, hence the need to extend and add more names onto the list.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 2, 2023
ED after my farm – Kasukuwere
Kasukuwere is currently locked in a bitter legal wrangle over ownership of the farm with a war veteran identified as Ephanos Madzimunyi who has “invaded” the property.
Chitungwiza mayor rolls out 100-day workplan
Maiko told the stakeholders that council was aiming to address water and sewer challenges, rehabilitate and decongest roads as a matter of priority.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 2, 2023
Zimra confiscates 80 000 smuggled phones
High Court judge, Justice David Mangota, however, dismissed the application noting that its arguments lacked merit.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 2, 2023