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ED challenger in ‘bomb attack’

He said he was in a state of shock after the arson attack.
Power cuts hit Karoi water supplies
Power cuts hit Karoi water supplies
This has forced some citizens across the country to fetch water from unprotected sources, exposing them to waterborne diseases.
By Nhau Mangirazi 7h ago
Include minors in budget processes, Mthuli told
The meeting was facilitated by the Southern Africa Parliamentary Support Trust.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 7h ago
Parallel structures split Zanu PF
Other groups that are campaigning for Mnangagwa outside Zanu PF structures include Young Women4ED, Varakashi4ED and Mahwindi4ED.
By Kenneth Nyangani 7h ago
ChiTown acting mayor tells entrepreneurs to regularise businesses
The two-day expo ended on Friday and ran under the theme Our Products Our Goals.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko 7h ago
Staff exodus hits AG office
Chiri also bemoaned lack of equipment and internet network at her office.
By Problem Masau 7h ago
Gumbo defends government projects
Gumbo said all provinces were being treated fairly.
By Taurai Mangudhla 7h ago
2 schools shut down after COVID-19 cases spike
Mutsvangwa urged people to get vaccinated even though the country has not recorded a rise in infections for most of the year.
By Sharon Buwerimwe 7h ago
Bridge information gap: Misa
“As highlighted by Unesco, access to information plays an important role in development, democracy and equality.
By Varaidzo Mudewairi 7h ago
Feature: Zimbabwe’s treasure trove of lost radical art on display in Harare
The exhibition features the works of students at Cyrene Mission near Bulawayo, including the one by Barnabus Chiponza, entitled How Beautiful Is Night.
By BBC News 7h ago
Minister threatens unregistered Zupco buses
In response, Paradza said Zupco should comply with the law.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 7h ago
Gunmen Open Fire On Bus
One woman passenger is reported to have been cut slightly by flying glass.
By Rex Mphisa Oct. 1, 2022
Hwange ‘explosion’ blackouts Zim
The cause of the explosion is, however, still unknown.
Business mogul wins 24-year-old legal battle
Zambia High Court judge Justice Edward Luputa Musona found the bank at fault, bringing an end to the long-drawn dispute.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 1, 2022
Govt ‘concealing’ real measles situation: Experts
Health and Child Care ministry spokesperson Donald Mujiri, however, said the ministry was not hiding any statistics.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 1, 2022
MDC-T ‘burns’ ahead of elective congress
Party sources said Komichi had initially eyed the party presidency and pushed for an early congress, but back-tracked on his plans fearing defeat to party leader Douglas Mwonzora.
By Taurai Mangudhla Oct. 1, 2022
Chiefs openly back Zanu PF candidate
FORMER Finance minister Ignatius Chombo’s trial date on charges of fraud and criminal abuse of office has been moved to April 7 next year pending his Constitutional Court application.
By Problem Masau and Kenneth Nyangani Oct. 1, 2022
Chombo’s trial date moved
He then used the money to purchase two Toyota Hilux Vigo vehicles.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 1, 2022
US$2 ‘compensation’ for 2018 army shooting victims
Families of the six people killed during the disturbances opened up this week saying wounds of the incident are still fresh.
By Kenneth Nyangani Oct. 1, 2022
Sikhala, Sithole innocent: Chamisa
They have been in detention since June 14 and have been denied bail countless times.
Musengezi approaches Supreme Court
Musengezi, however, said Judge President Justice Mary Zimba-Dube erred in reaching that decision.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 1, 2022
Govt yet to pay $900K to woman
GOVERNMENT is yet to pay $900 000 compensation awarded to a woman who was ill-treated at Sally Mugabe Hospital in Harare, resulting in the loss of her unborn baby.
By Vanessa Gonye Sep. 30, 2022
Pastors4ED meet
In a correspondence seen by NewsDay, Pastors4ED founder, evangelist Idirashe Dongo said pastors from across the country were invited.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 30, 2022
Epworth health centres accused of corruption
EPWORTH women say they are facing challenges in accessing sexual reproductive health services (SRHS) and quality maternal healthcare at public health institutions.
By Varaidzo Mudewairi Sep. 30, 2022
Support National Security Bill, MPs urged
The Bill seeks to fill gaps in the Constitution by specifying additional members and functions of the National Security Council, and to operationalise the National Security Council.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 30, 2022
Cimas attains ISO certification
The certification means Cimas has attained a world-class Information Security Management System that ensures the security and confidentiality of clients’ information.
By Vanessa Gonye Sep. 30, 2022
Some apostolic sects shun ID blitz
Government rolled out the exercise in April hoping to issue two million birth and registration documents to citizens across the country.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 30, 2022
Mbudzi vendors, businesses cry foul
The multi-million-dollar project is expected to ease congestion at the intersection of the busy Harare-Beitbridge and the Chitungwiza-western suburbs roads intersection.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Sep. 30, 2022