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President Mnangagwa tables the Zanu PF Central Committee Report to the Conference. ...

PARLIAMENT business ground to an abrupt halt yesterday afternoon as opposition legislators protested ejection from their hotel rooms in Harare to pave way for Zanu PF delegates booked ...

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed that unnamed power hungry officials within the rank and file of the ruling party are out to destabilise his leadership. ...

CORRUPTION remains the greatest threat in Africa and serves as a barrier to democratic development and respect for human rights, Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission chairperson, Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo said ...

BY PRAISEMORE SITHOLE BULAWAYO EAST legislator Ilos Nyoni (MDC Alliance), has erected a 1 300-metre fence around Woodville Primary School, installed two gates and bought textbooks all funded ...

CIVIC organisation, Habakkuk Trust yesterday took its Human Rights Day commemorations to Bubi, Matabeleland North, a hotbed of gold wars, in a bid to dissuade youths from engaging ...

MBERENGWA East legislator Marko Raidza (Zanu PF) reportedly teamed up with party activists and disrupted a prize-giving ceremony at a local primary school on December 4, where businessman ...

A TEAM of rescuers yesterday retrieved three bodies of four artisanal miners trapped in a disused mineshaft at Young Mine in Esigodini, Matabeleland South. ...

MORE than 300 nurse aides on Wednesday received certificates and awards after completing a six-month nurse aide training facilitated by the Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZRCS), amid revelations ...

MDC United Kingdom province has donated basic commodities and drought-tolerant agricultural inputs to poor and vulnerable villagers in Shurugwi South. ...

ZANU PF gobbled nearly $14 million in salaries for the year 2019 as the party doled out ministerial packages for its full-time politburo workers and montly allowances for ...

FARMERS in Tsholotsho district, Matabeleland North, have been urged to plant drought-resistant crops such as sorghum and millet as a mitigatory measure against climate change which has seen ...

POLICE in Bulawayo have launched a manhunt for a man who broke into a house in Lobengula, raped a 17-year-old girl before stealing $3 and disappearing from the ...

MORE than 10 000 households in Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe are benefiting from the UKAid-funded programme being spearheaded by Cafod and Caritas Harare. ...

NINE people died in two separate road accidents which occurred between Wednesday night and yesterday morning in Harare and along the Harare-Chirundu Highway. ...

FIVE people died on the spot when a vehicle they were travelling in collided with a haulage truck at the intersection of Harare Drive and Borrowdale Road in ...

Three people are feared dead following an accident involving a cross border Trip Trans bus between Nyamakate and Makuti along the Harare – Chirundu highway last night. ...

MOTORSPORT Zimbabwe is investigating the race car accident which claimed 7-year-old Kelvin Kwangwari’s life on Saturday in Bulawayo. ...

ONE of a nine-member gang of armed robbers that raided a gold dealers’ office in Northend, Bulawayo and got away with cash, a Wifi router, digital video recorder, four cellphones and a cooler box all valued at $32 128, appeared in court on Monday. ...

PEOPLE living with disabilities (PLWDs) have called on the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) to revise its policies to enable them to cheaply import assistive devices and vehicles and not burden the social welfare department. ...

DEFENCE deputy minister and Zanu PF political commissar Victor Matemadanda inadvertently spilled the beans on vote-rigging when he lashed out at his party’s Midlands provincial leadership over poor performance at last year’s disputed elections, top MDC officials have said. ...

A SPLINTER association of hospital doctors will be launched tomorrow amid allegations from existing groups that this is part of political “machinations” aimed at silencing genuine concerns being raised by the mainstream representative bodies. ...

HEAVY rains that are pounding Goromonzi have threatened to make the Zanu PF 18th people’s conference a muddy affair. ...

SOUTH African President Cyril Ramaphosa has reportedly expressed concern over the unfolding socio-economic crisis in Zimbabwe and pledged his government's support to a churches’ initiative towards finding a lasting solution. ...

The new Companies and Other Business Entities Act (COBE) will today come under scrutiny at a Zimbabwe Leadership Forum (Zimlef) indaba in Harare. ...

A RETIRED colonel and Zipra war veteran has accused the Minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement, Retired Air Marshal Perrance Shiri of taking a farm he has occupied for 17 years on tribal grounds and giving it to Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe. ...

Save the Children, with the support of the European Union, is launching a €5 million programme to provide for essential food needs for the vulnerable in view of the erratic rainfall patterns, recurrent droughts and a deteriorating economic climate in Zimbabwe. ...

Four armed robbers were yesterday sentenced to 18 years in prison each for robbery and masquerading as police officers. ...

A SOUTH AFRICA-BASED firm, Grundfos, in partnership with Bateman Water Zimbabwe, yesterday commissioned solar panels and water pump sets worth R201 000 for the Chipinge Town Council to benefit Cyclone Idai victims. ...

MORE political parties in the Political Actors Dialogue (Polad) are set to join or re-join Zanu PF following in the footsteps of Brian Mteki, the ruling party spokesperson said yesterday. ...