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FIVE people reportedly died while 24 others were injured as police clashed with protesters across the country yesterday as anger over the worsening economic crisis spilled onto the ...

FC Platinum have put on a brave face as they confront one of the continent’s super powers and current Confederation of African Football (Caf) Champions League cup holders ...

ANALYSTS yesterday ridiculed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s five-nation tour of Eurasia at a time the country was imploding due to severe economic difficulties, as well as his penchant for ...

Outspoken Information deputy minister Energy Mutodi has told Zimbabweans reeling under the burden of fuel hikes to 'use bicycles.' ...

Workers under the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions and citizen groups have begun a national stayaway in protest against the recent increase in the price of fuel, and the general economic meltdown the country is going through. We give you updates on what is happening countrywide. ...

Few weeks ago, I asked in this instalment if the approach of this current government is to start a new economic base or to rebuild or patch the current tattered one. In raising this question, the objective was to contribute towards positioning the debate within the right framework. That definition would be a kind of a mental cartography, which helps to transform their ideas into action allowing the ordinary citizens to understand and navigate through our current economic landscape. ...

Thousands of people in Chiredzi East are facing hunger, officials have said, with the drought-prone region still to receive rains. ...

About 1 000 Masvingo villagers who were recently evicted by government from land they had occupied since 2000 have vowed to contest the move. ...

SOUTH African football giants Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevis, also known as Micho, has spoken of his “admiration” for FC Platinum’s sleek passing game and the team’s commitment under Norman Mapeza. ...

MOTORISTS, economists, opposition parties and the commuting public yesterday reacted angrily to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s move to hike fuel prices by 150%, which triggered a wave of price increases on almost all commodities and services, further plunging the populace into poverty. ...

THE Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) last week refuted claims by Black Umfolosi that it had not received royalties for its hit song — Unity — which has featured on ZBC TV and radio from way back in 1987. ...

Delta Beverages says its Belmont plant in Bulawayo is operating below capacity as the company has not been able to import spares because of the foreign currency shortages. ...

When FC Platinum and Orlando Pirates collide in a blockbuster Group B Confederation of African Football Champions League encounter, it will not only be about this match being a Southern Africa derby that whets appetite, but the purity of both teams’ play heightens anticipation. ...

ONE hundred young girls from Mabvuku and Tafara waited with bated breath as the inaugural graduation ceremony kicked off. ...

THE trending melodious song, Mebo, is almost reaching anthem status and has dominated conversations among music lovers since last year. ...

NewsDay asked Zimbos to suggest solutions to the Zimbabwean political and economic crisis and this is what they said. ...

FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube has said the serious challenges facing the country, including a high budget deficit and significant debt, and currency challenges, were surmountable with major structural reforms. ...

FIVE people have died from a suspected fresh cholera outbreak in Mavhurume village in Murewa. ...

Former Warriors coach Clemens Westerhof is considering opportunities in Zimbabwe where he has been linked with newly-promoted Castle Lager Premier Soccer League, side TelOne. ...

THE majority of Zimbabwe’s businesses are left with less than a month’s supply of foreign-sourced raw materials and could come to a complete standstill if the country’s foreign currency shortages are not addressed urgently, an industry official has said. ...

GOVERNMENT business is now headed for a grinding halt after salary negotiations collapsed yesterday, as civil servants rejected their employer’s “paltry” 10% pay rise offer and vowed to down tools in the next two weeks. ...

MUSIC superstar Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi is under the weather, with an alleged heart problem that has kept him off the stage for some time, NewsDay Life &Style has learnt. ...

Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump and senior defense officials met to discuss the planned Syria troop withdrawal Wednesday, as his national security team continued to send conflicting signals about the planned pullback that has roiled relations with NATO-ally Turkey. ...

ZIMBABWE has brought forward pay dates for its public sector employees in an attempt to appease the workers who were threatening to bring the government to a halt. ...

A MOB of Zanu PF youths yesterday invaded Gweru’s biggest long distance bus terminus, Kudzanayi, and took over revenue collection from council officials. ...

BULAWAYO pharmacies and clinics have run out of birth control pills amid a biting shortage of basic drugs and medicines in the country, the Southern Eye has gathered. ...

THE United Bulawayo Hospital (UBH) is still stuck with three charred bodies of victims from the Brooklyn bus explosion as they are still to be identified, amid reports that more ashes believed to be human remains were recently brought from the accident scene to the health institution. ...

Two self-proclaimed prophets from Karoi, who hired a pirate taxi in Beitbridge before stealing the vehicle and attempting to sell it, have been convicted of theft by the Beitbridge regional magistrate. ...

Midlands-based Grain Marketing Board (GMB) depot manager and his wife on Tuesday appeared before Gweru magistrate Progress Murandu facing charges of defrauding the parastatal of more than $25 000. ...

THE Society for Pre and Post-Natal Services yesterday petitioned Parliament to bear it on the Ministry of Health and Child Care to pay attention to the mental health issues affecting infants and mothers before and after birth. ...