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BY KENNETH NYANGANI A ZIMUNYA man left the court dumbfounded after admitting being intimate to a cow “because all women were rejecting his love proposals”. John Muchiriwesi (24), ...

BY MOSES MATENGA/BEAUTY NYUKE ZIMBABWE will only hold by-elections if the country vaccinates about 10 million people, representing 60% of the population required to reach herd immunity, Justice ...

BY BLESSED MHLANGA AN INTERNECINE fight is brewing over the use of the name MDC ahead of the 2023 general elections, with MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora saying their ...

BY PHYLLIS MBANJE AS most parts of the country report increased cases of COVID-19, which are largely fuelled by the Delta variant, desperate measures on possible treatment and ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE THE wife of the late national hero, Jacob Mapepete, was arrested by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission after she collected school fees from Zimbabwe National Liberation ...

By JAIROS SAUNYAMA A ZANU PF dark horse has emerged in Marondera Central constituency ahead of a looming primary elections, resulting in party members diverting attention from traditional ...

BY PRESTIGE MUNTANGA The smuggling of liquor, cigarettes, bags of cement, and building materials through the Zambezi River into Binga has been on the rise, with police accused ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE A 33-YEAR-OLD Harare con-artist dropped President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s name in a fraud case involving close to half a million United States dollars. The woman, Eustine ...

BY LORRAINE MUROMO THE Harare City Council yesterday blamed informal traders over the demolitions carried out by council and police, accusing them of choosing to operate at undesignated ...

BY PATRICIA SIBANDA AT least 126 boreholes have been drilled in Matabeleland South under the Zimbabwe-China Agreement (ZCA) which target to drill 150 boreholes in the province to ...

BY NQOBANI NDLOVU ZIMBABWE’s Foreign Affairs ministry claims it has begun a process of documenting the number of fellow citizens residing in foreign lands. There is no exact ...

BY MOSES MATENGA THE United States yesterday said it was unfazed by the Zimbabwean government’s actions of undermining their assistance to fight the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic and remained ...

BY STEPHEN CHADENGA GWERU residents have urged council to use solar as alternative energy at its water treatment plants to avert the challenges bedevilling the city due to ...

BY NIZBERT MOYO/ SILAS NKALA A FORMER stalwart of the Zimbabwe armed liberation struggle, Teresa Thaka, has died after a short illness at Mater Dei Hospital in Bulawayo. ...

BY MOSES MATENGA AT least 36 Zimbabweans, who stayed behind in the United Kingdom, raised fears of persecution by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government, citing human rights violations in ...

BY SILENCE MUGADZAWETA THE United Kingdom has imposed an asset freeze and travel ban on Sakunda Holdings proprietor and Zanu PF benefactor Kudakwashe Regimond Tagwirei. Tagwirei, President Emmerson ...

Zimbabwe’s largest mobile money platform, EcoCash, has once again urged the of use digital platforms to help the country repel an aggressive wave of the lethal COVID-19 pandemic. ...

By Stephen Chadenga GWERU City Council has engaged the services of Salvi Lighting Rwanda to install streetlights on parts of the city, mayor Josiah Makombe has said. Makombe ...

BY SILAS NKALA NKAYI District Hospital mortuary in Matabeleland North province has reportedly not been functional for close to 13 years following equipment breakdown. The hospital is in ...

BY STEPHEN CHADENGA LOCAL governance expert, Vincent Chakunda has castigated public entities for their weak internal audit systems saying that this has led to graft and failed implementation ...

BY GARIKAI MAFIRAKUREVA A FORMER senior Zanu PF official in Mashonaland Central province has called for the impeachment of President Emmerson Mnangagwa for allegedly running down the economy, ...

BY STAFF REPORTER GOVERNMENT yesterday said it was embarking on a biometric life certificate verification exercise of its pensioners to strengthen the pension management system and avoid payment ...

BY SIMBARASHE SITHOLE A GURUVE-BASED female drug peddler went berserk and stripped naked when male police officers came to arrest her on allegations of selling dagga. Mildred Muzana ...

BY MOSES MATENGA LEGISLATORS have called on Zimbabwe and its regional counterparts to urgently take action on the raging South African crisis to rescue locals who could have ...

By NQOBANI NDLOVU DETHRONED Bulawayo deputy mayor Tinashe Kambarami has again approached the High Court seeking reinstatement as ward 3 councillor, and as the city’s second in command. ...

BY ARNOLD FANDISO AUTHOR, academic, nationalist and diplomat, professor George Payne Kahari has succumbed to COVID-19 complications. He was 91. His daughter, Patricia Kambarami, confirmed the death. “He ...

BY OBERT SIAMILANDU TOUTS in Karoi are setting up bush “tollgates”, where they force drivers avoiding police roadblocks to pay for passage as they seek ways to combat ...

BY ARNOLD FANDISO CIVIC society organisations (CSO) have submitted their report on Zimbabwe’s third cycle of the United Nations Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on human rights which flagged ...

BY REX MPHISA TWO top Beitbridge cops are in trouble after they allegedly connived to smuggle and steal goods that were later intercepted. The pair, Inspector Elias Maomba ...

By NQOBANI NDLOVU/BEAUTY NYUKE/TAFADZWA KACHIKO GOVERNMENT has been urged to avail free data bundles for teachers to enable them to conduct virtual lessons in the absence of face-to-face ...