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Short-lived joy for suspected bus robbers

They were reportedly arrested in a dramatic fashion before enjoying their loot.
By Rex Mphisa 6h ago
TIMB introduces tobacco curing model
TIMB introduces tobacco curing model
In an interview, Henry Dike, a representative of Boost Africa, said the centralised curing system is a game-changer for smallholder farmers.
By BRENT SHAMU 12h ago
Ex-fast-food manager in rape scandal
Muvhami alleged that the victim wanted to deceive the court.
Delta, Zimra clash over US$ tax payments
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) billed Delta in United States dollars citing their revenues and sales in forex.
By Desmond Chingarande 12h ago
Massive plunder at Rufaro Marketing
Rufaro Marketing is a business unit under HCC which runs all council bars as well as other properties in the capital.
Byo couple caught with US$130K cables
Tapfumaneyi Muzarabani and Tracy Ncube had their bail application before High Court judge Justice Christopher Dube-Banda dismissed.
By Desmond Chingarande 12h ago
Neville’s trial fails to take off
Neville faces a separate charge of breaching the Telecommunications Act after he was allegedly found to be in illegal possession of a Starlink router.
It’s up to Zim: New US envoy
Tremont, however, said the country was not under sanctions, save for a few individuals, hinting that Zimbabwe only had to improve her business environment
By Blessed Mhlanga 12h ago
UAE firm inks telemedicine deal
Niflink’s telemedicine solution will be optimised and certified to work across Yahsat network in the regions in which it operates.
Schools book piracy riles Parly
Mutodi, who is also an author and musician, told Parliament during a question-and-answer session on Wednesday that writers were not benefiting from their
By Problem Masau 12h ago
Armed robbers strike Beitbridge-bound bus
The robbery occurred at around 2:30am just after the turn-off to Neshuro in Mwenezi district, about 165km north of Beitbridge.
By Rex Mphisa 12h ago
Zim records jump in school dropouts
According to the report, financial difficulties were the most commonly cited reasons preventing many families from affording education for their children.
By Sharon Buwerimwe 12h ago
Bulawayo businessman charged for stealing excavator
The excavator is now being used as evidence in the ongoing case.
By Sindiso Dube Jul. 18, 2024
Cops fume as govt scraps allowance
They said this compromised their dignity and put them in a conflicted position as they are tasked with enforcing regulations against the very same mushikashika operators.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 18, 2024
Police probe parading of minor suspects
The juveniles were paraded at a business centre, where they were forced to publicly admit having stolen various goods, including electronic gadgets.
By Rex Mphisa Jul. 18, 2024
Bail out Zupco, says Zanu PF senator
In a motion raised in the Upper House yesterday, Senator Angeline Tongogara expressed dismay at the country’s poor public transport system.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jul. 18, 2024
Unicef appeals for US$84m for drought response
Unicef said the full impact of the drought is expected to manifest only later, hence the need for quick intervention.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 18, 2024
2 Harare men jailed 7 years for robbery
Harare magistrate Taurai Manuwere, however, suspended three years of their sentence.
By Rejoice Phiri Jul. 18, 2024
Hexco fails to pay examiners
The lectures said they had not signed contracts to mark the scripts.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jul. 18, 2024
‘Politics derail anti-corruption fight’
The indaba was co-hosted by the National Prosecuting Authority of Zimbabwe (NPAZ) and the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc).
By Everson Mushava and Priviledge Gumbodete Jul. 18, 2024
Govt moves to boost power supply
According to the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority, the country has high solar radiation averaging 20 megajoules per square metre and 3 000 hours of sunshine per year.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 18, 2024
High Court denies CCC 76 bail
The magistrate also cited fears of public disorder if the activists were released.
By Desmond Chingarande and BRENT SHAMU Jul. 18, 2024
Experts applaud US$10m agro-business boost
Seventy percent of the loan is designated for supporting agricultural exporters through capital expenditure, infrastructure development, and imports.
By BRENT SHAMU Jul. 18, 2024
Zanu PF conducts rituals at Matopo, Great Zimbabwe
In response, Parks Authority director-general Fulton Mangwanya granted the chiefs the right to visit the two national monuments for the rituals.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 18, 2024
Knives out for Mliswa-Chikoka
Another member said it was tribalism at play as Mliswa-Chikoka is regarded to be from the Midlands province.
By Nunurai Jena Jul. 18, 2024
Govt in holiday lessons U-turn
The ministry said it would deploy its officials to monitor the holiday lessons.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 18, 2024
Diaspora remittances up 17%
Experts say the surge in remittances will help oil the economy which is mainly driven by the United States dollar.
By BRENT SHAMU Jul. 18, 2024
CCC lawmaker calls for whistleblower laws
Zimbabwe currently does not have a comprehensive and standalone whistleblower protection legislation.
By GRACIOUS DANIEL Jul. 18, 2024