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Armed robbers attack crowd-fund custodian

The couple is part of a team mobilising money to assist Taurai Amani and his family recover the house they lost to a loan shark who had lent them US$2 000.
By Rex Mphisa 6h ago
Introduce a diaspora ministry
Introduce a diaspora ministry
Your Excellency, in view of the tainted legitimacy of your Presidency, methinks it would be a positive turning point towards statesmanship if you were to embrace the diasporas.
High cost of production milks dairy sector
He added that ZADF had also been engaging nutritionists to assist farmers with on-farm feed formulations.
By Melody Chikono 6h ago
Mines minister calls for lithium partnerships
In line with the National Development Strategy 1, Soda said the government's thrust was to ensure mineral beneficiation and value addition to achieve the country’s Vision 2030.
CSOs turn to Sadc over Zim polls
The August 23 and 24 elections saw President Emmerson Mnangagwa being declared winner ahead of opposition party leader Nelson Chamisa.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 6h ago
Kariba gets new mayor
Maoneyi of the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) party garnered seven votes against his closest rival George Masendu’s five votes in elections held on Tuesday.
By Obert Siamilandu 6h ago
Motsi: Muzarabani’s rising sungura voice
Mr Muzarabani later regrouped with other members in 2018 to form an all-male a capella gospel group, Varanda VaJehovha.
By Winstone Antonio 6h ago
Zifa, PSL reach cup compromise.
Dynamos, who play FC Platinum, had Makarati, Tanaka Shandirwa and Donald Mudadi in the Warriors’ fold while Highlanders had Mbeba, Peter Muduhwa and Brighton Manhire.
By Fortune Mbele 6h ago
Zifa meet Brito
Brito’s major task will be to prepare the Warriors for the upcoming 2026 Fifa World Cup qualifiers that are due to start in November.
By Fortune Mbele 6h ago
National industrial development policy launched
The move assisted companies in the manufacturing sector to re-tool, modernise and expand their production equipment and plants.
By Freeman Makopa 6h ago
Zim’s digital life quality among world’s lowest
The DQL ranks 121 countries based on five pillars, namely: internet affordability, internet quality, electronic infrastructure, electronic government and electronic security (e-security).
By Tatira Zwinoira 6h ago
Zanu PF members in bloody clashes
Zanu PF Sally Mugabe district chairperson Passwell Mubaiwa confirmed that he had unleashed the youths to disperse the villagers illegally settled on his property.
By Problem Masau 6h ago
Central Region promotion race heats up
The same applies to Shabanie Mine who are 11th on the log standings with 14 points from 17 matches.
By Terry Madyauta 6h ago
Unifreight runs on empty as liquidity thins out
However, this increase caused the firm to report a loss of ZWL$9,3 billion at the end of June.
Masvingo council bans employees from consuming Kambucha
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau considers Kambucha non-alcoholic if it contains less than 0,5% alcohol.
Chirumhanzu CCC activists’ trial deferred
The court heard that Cheza allegedly shouted at Rwodzi demanding to know why she wanted to kill CCC supporters yet she had won in the harmonised elections.
By Stephen Chadenga 6h ago
WFP to spend US$68m on hunger alleviation
According to the Meteorological Services Department, Zimbabwe is expected to receive normal to below normal rainfall due to the effects of El Niño phenomenon.
‘ART user fees too high’
Zimbabwe HIV and Aids Activist Union Community Trust secretary-general Angeline Chiwetani said the issue of user fees was a painful experience for most users.
By Vanessa Gonye 6h ago
Gladiators walk into lions’ den
However, that defeat which costs them the NPL title will be playing out loud at the back of their minds.
Curtain comes down on Climate Change Exhibition
Material picked up by the artists included old tyres, shoes, radiators, fabrics, glasses, wire, threads and nails, among other items.
Hold your leaders accountable, says Catholic priest
According to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu PF garnered 52,6% of the presidential vote against Chamisa’s 44%.
By Donald Nyandoro 6h ago
Gems skipper leaves Surrey Storm
Kwangwa wrote her own piece of history after she became the first Zimbabwean netball player to land an opportunity in the United Kingdom’s topflight league.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo 6h ago
ED tightens screws on ministers’ foreign trips
At its first meeting, Cabinet announced the repeal of colonial laws, arguing that they were no longer relevant in the current Zimbabwean context.
Robbers pounce on crowd-fund custodian
A number of Beitbridge residents yesterday reacted angrily to lack of urgency displayed by police demanded increased patrols.
By Rex Mphisa 17h ago
Met Department warns of lightning, thunder spells
The affected provinces include Matabeleland South, Matabeleland North, Bulawayo Metropolitan, Masvingo, Manicaland Provinces, and the southern districts of Midlands.
By Kennedy Nyavaya 20h ago
Rushwaya takes over as Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet
The retirement of Misheck Sibanda was a result of new regulations that require civil servants appointed on pensionable terms after May 1, 1992, to retire at the age of 60.
By Problem Masau 21h ago
First Mutual overturns loss-making position
He said rental income grew by 117% to ZWL$7,9 billion compared to prior year.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 26, 2023
Call for systematic transformation to achieve gender parity
To close this gap, concerted effort is key and the region will take over a decade to achieve such.
By Farai Nhekairo Sep. 26, 2023