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ZANU PF youth leaders were allegedly behind acts of violence and arson, including the burning of a Zupco bus in Harare on Monday during countrywide protests against fuel ...

Since the fall of long-term ruler, Robert Mugabe in a coup in November 2017, Zimbabwe’s military has become a daily part of the country’s political life, in your ...

Since Saturday last week, Zimbabwe is one of the world’s most expensive places to buy fuel from. ...

THE Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) yesterday urged the government to stop using State security agents to indiscriminately shoot at protesting civilians. ...

“No comment. He should report what he knows to the police,” Khaya Moyo said. ...

The human rights lawyers unsuccessfully filed an application to have Makomo recuse himself from presiding over the matter, saying he had showed partiality in the manner he was handling the trial. ...

ZANU PF youth leaders were allegedly behind acts of violence and arson, including the burning of a Zupco bus in Harare on Monday during countrywide protests against fuel ...

Clad in a black combat with an AK-47 assault rifle, the man who many suspect to be a military officer, was filmed firing into the air along the Harare-Bulawayo Highway near Kuwadzana Extension and was moving in a Nissan NP300 registration ABV2127 together with other uniformed police officers. ...

At least nine people have reportedly died since the protests started on Monday, but yesterday no fatalities were reported despite the continued beatings of civilians in a brutal crackdown on dissent by security forces. ...

Midlands provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Joel Goko confirmed the arrest and said Chibaya handed himself to the police before referring further questions to national police spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi. ...

ZIMBABWE experienced an Internet blackout yesterday, which analysts said was likely caused by government suppressing the spread of information and a precursor to wanton human rights abuses in ...

FOUR more people reportedly died yesterday as protests against the weekend’s fuel price increases turned deadly, with heavily armed soldiers and police patrolling the streets in major cities ...

FIVE people reportedly died while 24 others were injured as police clashed with protesters across the country yesterday as anger over the worsening economic crisis spilled onto the ...

THE Insurance and Pensions Commission (IPEC) yesterday disclosed to Parliament that industry owed more than $600 million in pension arrears against a retirement fund value of $5 billion. ...

The November 2018 Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) Advanced Level results were released yesterday, indicating a pass rate of 81,9%. ...

ANALYSTS yesterday ridiculed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s five-nation tour of Eurasia at a time the country was imploding due to severe economic difficulties, as well as his penchant for ...

CHIEF Justice Luke Malaba has described some of the austerity measures introduced by Finance minister Mthuli Ncube as a threat to the rule of law and implored the ...

ALROSA, the world leader in diamond production, yesterday announced it was launching operations in Zimbabwe. ...

HEALTH officials in Murewa have, for the second time in less than a month, called in the police to shut down a popular Johanne Marange apostolic sect shrine in the area following the death of four members, including the sect leader, from cholera. ...

SEVERAL suspects who were granted bail at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday were left stranded after failing to post bail as accounts clerks failed to report for work ...

VILLAGERS in Mutasa South constituency have accused their traditional leaders of shunning developmental meetings organised by the area’s opposition MP Regai Tsunga ( MDC Alliance). BY KENNETH NYANGANI ...

THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) and University of Zimbabwe employees yesterday downed tools, citing incapacitation and the deteriorating economic conditions, their unions said yesterday. ...

Outspoken Information deputy minister Energy Mutodi has told Zimbabweans reeling under the burden of fuel hikes to 'use bicycles.' ...

Workers under the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions and citizen groups have begun a national stayaway in protest against the recent increase in the price of fuel, and the general economic meltdown the country is going through. We give you updates on what is happening countrywide. ...

The Empowerment Bank has promised to extend loan facilities to jobless youths in Gweru to enable them start small businesses. ...

A GWERU private land developer, True Destination Life, has opened Midlands province’s first privately-run cemetery on the outskirts of the city, with construction of state-of-the-art facilities still in progress. ...

Gweru is now left with nine months water supply, with the city’s main water source, Gwenoro Dam at 40% capacity, a senior council official said recently. ...

Thousands of people in Chiredzi East are facing hunger, officials have said, with the drought-prone region still to receive rains. ...

About 1 000 Masvingo villagers who were recently evicted by government from land they had occupied since 2000 have vowed to contest the move. ...

Youthful Beitbridge chief David Mbedzi known as Chief Sitauze was yesterday allegedly assaulted by members of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) inside the Beitbridge Border Post. ...