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BY MOSES MATENGA ZANU PF yesterday reacted angrily to South Africa’s persistent calls for the party to come clean on the crisis in Zimbabwe and receive assistance in ...

Staff Reporter As the country records an increasing number of COVID-19 recoveries, survivors are sharing their experiences in a new anti-stigma campaign, dubbed ‘#SolidarityNotStigma’ that has roped in ...

BY MOSES MATENGA Savé Valley Conservancy (SVC), one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in Africa, has received emergency relief funding from The Tusk Trust to combat the immediate ...

BY MOSES MATENGA A leaked telephone conversation between President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s loyalists suggesting the President was weak and captured by business cartels has gone viral on social media ...

BY KENNETH NYANGANI A MUTARE couple is in trouble after marrying off their 15-year-old daughter for $40. The couple appeared in court yesterday before Mutare magistrate Prisca Manhibi ...

BY CHARLES LAITON The High Court has upheld the expelling of the 12 MDC Alliance MPs, ruling that their recall by the Thokozane Khupe-led MDC-T faction was in ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE A HARARE magistrate yesterday deferred the bail hearing of incarcerated investigative journalist Hopewell Chin’ono hearing to Tuesday next week, saying he had no WiFi at ...

BY MOSES MATENGA OPPOSITION MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa says Zimbabwe is going through its worst moment under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, whom he accuses of being determined to ...

BY MOSES MATENGA CATHOLIC bishops in the country have called President Emmerson Mnangagwa to order over escalating human rights abuses and worsening political and economic situation in the ...

By NQOBANI NDLOVU ZIMBABWEANS must unite to reclaim the country from “maniacs” who have not psychologically transformed themselves from liberation war guerrillas into civilian politicians, former Speaker of ...

VENERANDA LANGA PARLIAMENT has recommended that the Ministry of Public Service and Labour amends the Children’s Bill urgently so that there is upward review of the age of ...

BY SILAS NKALA BOTSWANA opposition leader, Dumelang Saleshando has challenged churches and civic society organisations in the neighbouring country to add their voice against human rights abuses in ...

By SIMBARASHE SITHOLE LUCIANO John (26) of Dawmil Farm, Bindura, committed suicide by hanging after a misunderstanding with his wife over food. When NewsDay arrived at the John’s ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE A HARARE magistrate yesterday removed from remand seven human rights activists who were being charged with trying to subvert a constitutional government after attending a ...

BY BRENNA MATENDERE INCARCERATED MDC Alliance youth national organising secretary Godfrey Kurauwone’s bail hearing was yesterday deferred to today at Masvingo High court because the State had not ...

By Moses Matenga A SOUTH AFRICAN group of lawyers yesterday added its voice to the growing chorus of alarm on human rights abuses by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration, ...

BY CHARLES LAITON The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has filed an urgent chamber application challenging the dusk-to-dawn curfew imposed by President Emerson Mnangagwa’s government as a way ...
COVID-19 tests u-turn

BY MOSES MATENGA ZIMBABWE has failed to end the culture of human rights abuses witnessed under its former leader Robert Mugabe, while the optimism generated by the election ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE/CHARLES LAITON THE State yesterday successfully filed an application that journalist Hopewell Chin’ono’s case be held in camera, saying his evidence in court under cross-examination might ...

BY NHAU MANGIRAZI CHIKANGWE Clinic has been shut down, while Karoi District Hospital mortuary attendant and two guards went into self-isolation following the death of a local businessperson ...

BY REX MPHISA A BEITBRIDGE man, who was savaged by police dogs, bled until he lost consciousness as police drove around town for two hours before taking him ...

BY VANESSA GONYE/SILAS NKALA PARIRENYATWA Hospital’s COVID-19 centre has been overwhelmed by the number of confirmed cases since the beginning of last month when the centre started operating, ...

BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA Government says it will continue with major road projects across the country, but suspend new projects due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has paralysed a ...

BY STEPHEN CHADENGA GWERU City Council employees allegedly connived with land developers in approving plans and designs for the development of residential stands without council involvement, a forensic ...

BY NQOBANI NDLOVU/RICHARD MUPONDE VILLAGERS in Batoka, Hwange, Matabeleland North province have been given four months to vacate their communal lands to pave way for the establishment of ...

BY VENERANDA LANGA LEGAL think-tank Veritas has expressed concern over Cabinet’s recent move to introduce another code of conduct for political parties, saying this would lead to over-regulation ...

Agriculture minister Perrance Shiri died early this morning from complications related to COVID-19. He was 65. President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced his death in a statement: I am deeply ...
Lift lockdown in phases

By Nhau Mangirazi KARIBA – A Delta Beverages employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday as the resort town of Kariba recorded its first case. The man, who ...

By Brenna Matendere Kwekwe Central MP Masango Matambanadzo, affectionately known as Blackman, has died. He was 56. Matambanadzo was a former member of Zanu PF who defected to ...

PARLIAMENT this morning suspended business after two MPs from the Transport Portfolio Committee tested positive for the COVID 19 virus, but sources claimed as many as eight legislators ...