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Cash-strapped Chegutu Municipality sells old properties

Council said it had no capacity to maintain some of the identified properties.
By Tatenda Manyinyire 6h ago
Understanding the role of social media in political campaigns
Understanding the role of social media in political campaigns
Political parties and candidates need to know the kind of content that people consume and interact with on a daily basis.
By Admire Mare 6h ago
How YouTube is changing the game in the arts sector
All that is yesterday’s news now with the growing use of YouTube.
By Mpumelelo Moyo 6h ago
Unpacking Zim’s ‘well-educated’ myth
Myths reinforce illusions and illusions propagate lies leading to national self-immolation.
By Rejoice Ngwenya 6h ago
Harare man up for civil service rebate abuse
In 2019, government introduced a motor vehicle rebate scheme in which civil servants who have served for 10 years and above can import vehicles without paying import duty.
Epworth CCC supporters launch Yellow Wednesday
Speaking before the door-to-door campaign, Mhetu said the Yellow Wednesday initiative would run until voting day.
By Sydney Kawadza 6h ago
Byo man dies in inferno
Bulawayo acting chief fire officer  Linos Phiri confirmed the fire incident saying the victim was burnt beyond recognition.
By Mpumelelo Moyo 6h ago
Pabloz bouncers freed
Kumunda and Sanyangore were facing an attempted murder charge.
‘Zep extension due to influx of applications’
Zep permit holders were later given up to this month to regularise their stay or face deportation.
By Silas Nkala 6h ago
Actuarial convention roars to life
The platform gives local actuaries a chance to share ideas and network.
Mutambara backs Chamisa
Mutambara, however, warned that it would be difficult to change the status quo citing the unfair playing field which favours the ruling Zanu PF party.
By Blessed Mhlanga 6h ago
Macheso lines up special birthday bash in Mutare
His sons, Esau and Tinotenda, will be part of the musical cast, as they launch their debut album called Pahukama Hwedu.
PSC gets tough on workers eyeing political office
. The member shall be deemed to have resigned from the public service with effect from the date that the authority is granted for those seeking election to a local authority.”
By Staff Reporter 6h ago
Gas explosion blows off house roof
Meanwhile,police are appealing for information which may assist in the investigation of a case of murder which occurred near Glen View 9 Primary School.
Rusape man up for impersonation, extortion
On the same day, he approached another vendor Efewlance Mudimu and accused him of vending illegally.
By Nqobizwe Thebe 6h ago
FBC Holdings acquires StanChart’s Zim unit
Stanchart announced last year that it was seeking to exit seven markets in Africa and the Middle East, including Zimbabwe.
By Online Reporter 19h ago
Cultural Crackdown in China Shuts Comedy and Music Shows
Many of the canceled events were supposed to feature foreign performers or speakers.
By The New York Times Jun. 8, 2023
Senate passes ‘Patriot Bill’...Proposed law now awaits Presidential assent
“The Senate has passed the Patriotic Bill. The Bill will be sent for Presidential assent to become a law,” legislative watchdog Open Paly tweeted last night.
By Donald Nyandoro Jun. 8, 2023
CSOs flag ‘judicial capture’
The CSOs accused the Judiciary of weaponising the law against government critics, and cited the “persecution” of several opposition politicians and pro-democracy activists as examples.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 8, 2023
Lone protester up for disorderly conduct
His lawyer Gift Mtisi said Makombe was drunk.
By Nqobizwe Thebe Jun. 8, 2023
CCC activists caged 18 months
No medical affidavit was produced in court as evidence of the assault. And the Zanu PF T-shirt that was said to have been torn during the clashes was not presented as an exhibit. 
By Nqobizwe Thebe Jun. 8, 2023
Kasukuwere wants warrant of arrest cancelled
Kasukuwere has shown his intention to challenge for the presidency.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 8, 2023
Stadia crisis triggers 3-week football break
Kudzai Bare said, “This serves to advise that the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League is taking a break with immediate effect and will resume on the 1st of July, 2023.
By Henry Mhara Jun. 8, 2023
‘ZSE now a reflection of money supply dynamics’
“Looking at the ZSE, performance is likely to remain under pressure as money supply remains constrained,” the researchers said in a macro-economic update.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 8, 2023
Panic as Bulawayo records first cholera case
The patient is a student at Mzilikazi High School who was admitted to Thorngrove Infectious Disease Hospital.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Jun. 8, 2023
‘Govt must tighten plastic legislation’
“These policies alone, without commensurate awareness programmes, will not yield the intended results.
By Emma Nhancumba Jun. 8, 2023
Parliament does an unpatriot thing
The Patriot Bill is about protecting the Zanu PF government from criticism — it serves no public interest.
By Trevor Ncube Jun. 8, 2023
Lake Kariba pollution riles stakeholders
The accumulated debris has reportedly now become a serious threat to human health.
By Obert Siamilandu Jun. 8, 2023