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THE Cross-Border Traders Association of Zimbabwe (CBTAZ) has unveiled a cheaper and affordable COVID-19 testing model for its members to enable them to resume business activity after being ...

BY Phyllis Mbanje CASES of colon and other digestive cancers are on the rise in Zimbabwe to add to the prevalence of infection-related cancers. Over the past few ...

FORMER Information Communication Technology and Cyber Security minister Supa Mandiwanzira was yesterday removed from remand by a Harare magistrate after the State failed to amend his charges and ...

THE Transport ministry has ordered all staff at driving schools to undergo mandatory COVID-19 tests before they resume operations.The driving schools are among the many businesses that had ...

HEALTH minister Constantino Chiwenga yesterday said poverty was exposing adolescents to early sexual activities and called on the education sector to help the youths in making informed decisions. ...

HARARE City Council (HCC)’s illegal million-dollar land deals could claim the scalps of more top officials and councillors amid allegations that their syndicates were illegally parcelling out recreational ...

Main opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has said he will today use his second e-rally to tell the nation that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s regime is stoppable despite ...

A LOCAL innovations company, Centre for Innovation in Technology (CIT) has launched a new software, CITERP, an Enterprise Resource Planning Software that helps companies to effectively run their ...

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday told the world that his government had implemented political and legislative reforms and was entrenching constitutionalism, democracy and rule of law, including protection ...

THERE are growing concerns that Zimbabwe’s worsening economic situation could lead to the collapse of the education system and a spike in school dropouts after most schools exorbitantly ...

By Staff Reporter LafargeHolcim, the holding company for local cement manufacturer Lafarge Cement Zimbabwe has joined Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) “Business Ambition for 1.5°C,” becoming the first ...

GOVERNMENT has set tough measures for doctors intending to leave the country and also ordered the closure of three programmes at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ)’s medical school ...

LOCAL authorities in the country have attributed their poor service delivery record to rising inflation. Mayors Blessing Tandi (Mutare), Lovemore Maiko (Chitungwiza) and Angeline Kasiipo (Kwekwe) made the ...

THE South African Police Service (SAPS) has put a R250 000 bounty for information leading to the arrest of a Zimbabwean national wanted in connection with the murder ...

A JUNIOR officer stationed at Karoi urban dog section allegedly teamed up with Zanu PF youths early this week to conduct night raids on shops in the farming ...

A HARARE magistrate has sent Harare West legislator Joanah Mamombe (MDC Alliance) to prison for two weeks to enable two government doctors to assess her mental condition after ...

CHILD President Mukudzeishe Madzivire yesterday called on government to ensure that schools are adequately prepared to fight COVID-19 when schools reopen next week.In a virtual meeting, Madzivire and ...

POLICE have arrested the driver of a fleeing unregistered kombi and two cops following the fatal shooting of a 37-year-old woman which occurred in Gletwyn, Harare, on Wednesday. ...

Aspiring candidates in Mutare district have begun secret campaigns as the watershed Zanu PF district co-ordinating committee elections scheduled for November draw nearer, defying a directive by the ...
Lift lockdown in phases

“Zimbabwe’s vision is to have a healthcare system that reflects international best practice by 2030. The desire is to have a national health system that ensures that all ...

By Staff Reporter THREE police officers who were actively involved in the arrest of Delish Nguwaya, the Zimbabwean representative of Drax International, a company implicated in the US$60 ...

THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) must be given the sole responsibility of registering political parties to avoid name contestations among political actors as witnessed in the opposition MDC. ...

Workers at State universities have declared incapacitation and threatened to return to work only after government reviews their salaries. Institutions of higher learning were set to reopen on ...

IMPALA Car Rental, whose vehicle was used in the alleged abduction of Tawanda Muchehiwa, nephew of senior journalist and ZimLive editor Mdudusi Mathuthu, has said it played no ...

ZANU PF legislator Christopher Peter Chingosho (Headlands MP) yesterday raised a matter of privilege with the Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda, requesting that Parliament raises salaries ...

BY Garikai Mafirakureva WOMEN in Chiredzi have been challenged to drop the paterfamilias mind-set and take a leading role in local governance. Many observers say Chiredzi, which is ...
Lift lockdown in phases

PEOPLE in detention centres, as well as those who look after them, should not be left out in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, as they also need ...

PARLIAMENT heard yesterday that citizens preferred a five-year jail term for people who take and distribute nude videos and pictures without the victim’s consent. This is contained a ...

A FEMALE leopard, roaming with a cub, has terrorised residents of Victoria Falls’ low-density areas.The agile cat has reportedly consumed five dogs in the area and also wiped ...

HARARE mayor Jacob Mafume got a reprieve after the High Court granted him and other councillors from the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) an order barring their recall that ...