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By Desmond Chingarande Harare court has just remanded MDC Alliance legislator for Harare West Joana Mamombe in custody for two weeks for her to be examined by two ...

BY SILAS NKALA THE Bulawayo City Council said it decommissioned its three supply dams due to dwindling water levels, contrary to reports that it was because of siltation. ...

BY Stephen Chadenga A HEALTH time bomb is looming at an illegal fresh farm produce market in Mtapa suburb in Gweru, with residents expressing fear of disease outbreaks, ...

By NQOBANI NDLOVU BULAWAYO city fathers have claimed that the on-going WhatsApp budget consultations were proving more productive than physical meetings. Do you have a coronavirus story? You ...

BY ANDREW KUNAMBURA RESIDENTS of Knowe low-density suburb in Norton have accused their chairperson, army colonel Todson Ruramai of refusing to step down 18 years after his election.Knowe ...

BY VENERANDA LANGA NORTON MP Temba Mliswa (Independent) has sensationally claimed that the late Lands minister Perrance Shiri (pictured) confided in him that he was not involved in ...

BY BLESSED MHLANGA ZIMBABWE is one huge Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison, where people need to be freed from the yokes of dictatorship and gross human rights violations, opposition ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE HARARE magistrate Bianca Makwande is today expected to deliver her ruling on the State’s application for MDC Alliance legislator Joanah Mamombe to be committed to ...

BY VENERANDA LANGA TRANSPORT minister Joel Biggie Matiza yesterday said government ordered a clampdown on vehicles without number plates after witnessing a spike in accidents involving unregistered vehicles. ...

BY STAFF REPORTERS STAKEHOLDERS in the media industry yesterday warned government against threatening media organisations and interfering in editorial policies of independent newspapers as it posed serious danger ...

BY MOSES MATENGA EXILED former Zanu PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere has advised MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa against perennially resorting to the courts to settle political problems ...

BY MOSES MATENGA THE United States goes for elections early November amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, with experts saying measures have been taken to minimise possible spread of ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE TRANSPORT minister Joel Biggie Matiza took almost a year to suspend Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) board chairperson Michael Madanha after a Harare magistrate recommended ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration to stop labelling workers demanding fair wages as terrorists in order to ...

By SIMBARASHE SITHOLE THREE Bindura men were yesterday sentenced to a combined 27 years by local magistrate Ethel Chichera after they stole an ox valued at US$400. Osward ...

BY VENERANDA LANGA ZIMBABWE Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) chairperson Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo yesterday urged Parliament to tighten legislation to ensure that all illegally-acquired wealth siphoned out of the country ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE OPPOSITION MDC Alliance vice-chair Job Sikhala yesterday walked out of the tall walls of Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison after he was granted $50 000 bail ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE THE trial of former Public Service minister Priscah Mupfumira, on charges of defrauding the National Social Security Authority by diverting US$95 million from its coffers, ...

BY STAFF REPORTER UNITED NATIONS secretary-general António Guterres yesterday said no one was safe from COVID-19 until the disease is curbed, urging nations to remain alert and ensure ...

By Stephen Chadenga MIDLANDS provincial magistrate Charity Maphosa yesterday slapped former Provincial Affairs minister Jason Machaya and ex-provincial planning officer Chisainyerwa Chiburu with an effective 30-month jail term ...

INTERVIEW : Brenna Matendere The Gender Commission of Zimbabwe (GCZ) is a constitutional body mandated to ensure gender equality in the country by investigating possible violation of rights ...

BY BLESSED MHLANGA GOVERNMENT has announced a three-phased plan for the reopening of schools, with the last group — ECD, grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and forms ...

BY Brenna Matendere A RECORD nine teachers’ unions have endorsed the decision go on strike to press for better wages starting next week when schools reopen for examination ...

BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA Police in Mashonaland East province have arrested a five-member machete gang linked to a spate of robberies in Wedza North constituency. Do you have a ...

BY SILAS NKALA WAR veterans and labour activists have urged government to channel part of the US$3,5 billion meant to compensate white former commercial farmers towards ex-farm workers ...

BY Brenna Matendere The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has begun mobilising for a national general strike of both public and private sector workers. Do you have ...

BY VENERANDA LANGA TRANSPARENCY International Zimbabwe (TI-Z) has called on government to expedite the implementation of devolution and promote decentralisation in order to strengthen transparency and accountability among ...

By NQOBANI NDLOVU BULAWAYO residents have hailed the move by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) to investigate reports of alleged land scams involving city fathers, saying this would ...

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE THE State yesterday filed for MDC Alliance legislator Joanah Mamombe to be detained at a government mental institution for an independent assessment by government doctors ...

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 ...