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Four family members perish in Beitbridge minibus crash

All the victims were from the same family and were travelling to South Africa for the festive holidays.
By Rex Mphisa 10h ago
Gold panners wreak havoc at Kwekwe school
Gold panners wreak havoc at Kwekwe school
It is reported that the illegal miners have dug inside classrooms with some trenches running underneath classroom blocks.
Marange’s grave tampered with as sect fight rages on
The late sect leader’s family members are fighting to control one of the country’s largest apostolic sects.
By Kenneth Nyangani 21h ago
RBZ recues HCC on water crisis
A crucial meeting on the water situation was held last week between RBZ and HCC where RBZ governor John Mangudya was present.
By Kenneth Mufuka 21h ago
Zim robber shot in SA
The cop, who had been shot by the intruders, managed to crawl and reach for his service pistol and shot one of his attackers who was later discovered to be a Zimbabwean.
By Rex Mphisa 21h ago
14 Zim Vapostori drown in SA
Reports indicate that more people may have been swept away during the weekend baptism ceremony at Jukskei River in Morningside, Johannesburg.
By Rex Mphisa 21h ago
Unions query Zim/Rwanda teachers deal
In October, 159 teachers, meant to boost Rwanda’s education system, were recruited after going through a selection process.
Outcry as Treasury ‘snubs’ Gukurahundi programmes
The 1980s Gukurahundi massacres perpetrated by government forces saw the death of more than 20 000 civilians in Matabeleland and Midlands provinces.
By Silas Nkala 21h ago
‘Political violence exported to diaspora’
Tekwane, who was in a state of shock, told NewsDay that her family was now living in fear after the attack.
By Sharon Buwerimwe 21h ago
Parties unite to ‘loot’ State coffers
Cabinet ministers have been offered US$500 000 “loans” they have not applied for despite having a few months left in their terms.
RBZ bullish on inflation
In a statement, the RBZ Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) said inflation would remain under control in 2023.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 21h ago
Mutoko man beheads father, removes private parts
The accused, Tonderai Mariwo, was remanded in custody to December 16.
By Jairos Saunyama 21h ago
Hwende dumps CCC rural campaign
He told NewsDay that he would now concentrate on other arms of the party.
By Lorraine Muromo 21h ago
Mpilo doctors’ quarters rehab complete
The rehabilitation process, costing $5,2 million, saw Mpilo Central Hospital getting a fully furnished 35-bed ward and borehole installation last year.
‘Digital economy, way to go’
Chidawu said the country’s economic revival was disturbed by challenges emanating from the COVID-19 pandemic, Cyclone Idai, drought and inflation.
By Mpumelelo Moyo 21h ago
Help fight GBV, male MPs urged
This comes as several cases of GBV on females have surfaced ahead of the 2023 polls.
By Vanessa Gonye 21h ago
Staff exodus hits NPA, AG
Speaking during the Knockout Corruption Campaign held last Friday in Harare, Mutonziwa said senior prosecutors had left the country for greener pastures.
By Problem Masau 21h ago
Sikhala trial kicks off
Sikhala, who is being represented by Jeremiah Bhamu, is accused of obstructing the course of justice at the funeral wake of slain CCC activist Moreblessing Ali.
By Desmond Chingarande 21h ago
Liberation museum 12% complete
The museum’s construction is being facilitated by Instak.
By Methembe Sibanda Dec. 5, 2022
Pokugara Property, ex-director acquitted of perjury
 Magistrate Ngoni Nduna acquitted Van Blerk and the company after the complainant and the State failed to prove a case against the two.
By Desmond Chingarande Dec. 5, 2022
ATZ urges political representation of persons with disabilities
Nyoni urged authorities to implement the 2013 United Nations Conventions on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
By Varaidzo Mudewairi Dec. 5, 2022
The many political lives of Mohadi
Mohadi announced his resignation in March 2021 after being caught up in a messy sex scandal involving young married women.
By Sydney Kawadza Dec. 5, 2022
Rights commission says too broke to monitor 2023 polls
ZHRC said it failed to decentralise its services this year as planned because of poor funding.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 5, 2022
Report science topics in local languages, journalists urged
“Local languages play an increasingly critical role in interpreting the most important issues of our time.”
By Nhau Mangirazi Dec. 5, 2022
‘We’ll disconnect houses from power grid’
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said households may be disconnected from the national electricity grid in response to the crippling energy crisis.
By Taurai Mangudhla Dec. 5, 2022
‘Funding for political parties insufficient’
The ministry, which handles the political parties’ funding, had requested $5 billion but was allocated $2,5 billion.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Dec. 5, 2022
Interview: ‘Our re-engagement efforts are bearing fruits’
To date, we have witnessed an increase in exchange of visits and consultations from all countries
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 5, 2022