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Chegutu disaster: 8 bodies still trapped underground

The mine collapsed last week Friday with 34 miners underground, but 13 managed to escape to safety while eight others were rescued later on.
Tupac Shakur's final moments are revealed in never-before-seen images
Tupac Shakur's final moments are revealed in never-before-seen images
Cops released new details surrounding the arrest of Duane 'Keffe D' Davis, the man charged in connection with the rapper's death in September 1996. 
By Daily Mail UK 8h ago
Harare records 5 new cholera cases
Harare City Council said the confirmed cases were from five residential areas, with three reportedly having been in contact with people who recently visited Buhera —Manicaland province
By Kennedy Nyavaya 9h ago
UPDATE: Five victims of RioZim plane crash named, sixth still unidentified
The small aircraft, which headed to Harare from Murowa Diamonds crashed Friday last week.
By Online Reporter 12h ago
Mapeza shifts focus to title defence
Nevertheless, Mapeza, whose men were slowly shifting the gears up before the Chibuku Super Cup exit, remains optimistic.
By Terry Madyauta 17h ago
What’s behind your employee disgruntlement?
Although various influences contribute to an employee’s overall happiness at work, it is the employer’s responsibility to look out for these employees and take action.
By Emmanuel Zvada 17h ago
Govt bails out HCC on water chemicals
The dire water situation in Harare has been worsened by the continued destruction of headwater wetlands, which serve as the city’s major natural water purification sponges.
By Sharon Buwerimwe 17h ago
Gweru female cllrs push for women empowerment
Gweru Urban legislator Josiah Makombe said he would come up with income-generating projects targeted at women, youths and people with disabilities as part of his strategic plan.
By Stephen Chadenga 17h ago
Market rejects ZWL$50 notes...as currency loses value
Economist Prosper Chitambara said the rejection of the ZWL$50 note might push government to release higher denomination notes, a move that would increase the money supply.
Caps’ confidence returns
The relieved mentor said his lads can now kick on as they look to steer away from the relegation zone.
By Fortune Mbele 17h ago
Zambian Ngoma finds favour in Zim
Ngoma, who was placed outside the podium at last year's Marume Classic, came back with a winning frame, thanks to the post-mortem by the judges.
Top airline spreads wings to Harare
ACZ pledged to continue its close collaboration with airlines, travel agencies and other stakeholders to foster the growth and development of the local aviation sector.
By Freeman Makopa 17h ago
Skit actor laughs off suicidal perception
Thabiso noted that the video coincided with a nasty dream about him by his superstitious aunt.
By Rex Mphisa 17h ago
Australian cricketer wants to play for Zim
He will be a welcome addition for the Chevrons who lost Gary Ballance to retirement less than a year after switching his allegiance from England to join the Chevrons.
Beitbridge rustler jailed 27 years
He then drove them towards his home village and continued until Jacob Mbedzi saw him after recognising the brands.
By Rex Mphisa 17h ago
US$100K lifeline for 130 Gwanda farmers
This is the first CARE International, Hand in Hand Zimbabwe and Ecobank investment in the district for community self-sustaining projects.
By Innocent Magondo 17h ago
Hippo Valley seeks solar energy supply from partners
HIPPO Valley Estate Limited has encouraged its partners to install solar plants to supply the sugar miller and help reduce pressure on the national grid.
By Business Reporter 17h ago
Ex-Zinara CEO trial fails to kick off
Mujokoro is accused of flouting procurement procedures by hiring two security companies rejected during an evaluation as sub-standard.
By Desmond Chingarande 17h ago
MCAZ revokes permits for 6 wholesale dealers
The revocation of permits and cancellation of licences runs up to March 2025 as part of efforts to fight drug and substance abuse among youths.
By Vanessa Gonye 17h ago
CCC, Zanu PF face off in Chikomba
Zanu PF won the majority of Chikomba Rural District Council wards with a total of 25 against CCC’s five.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 17h ago
Ministry dispatches gold mobilisation teams
This can deprive the country of much-needed capital and expertise.
Anglican church heads for split
GAFCON describes itself as a global family of authentic Anglicans standing together to retain and restore the Bible to the heart of the Anglican Communion.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 17h ago
Cheetahs Academy win silver in SA
That encounter lived to its billing as it ended in a 14-14 stalemate. Zimbabwe, however, after leading 0-7 at half time might be feeling that they let the leaders off the hook.
Zim’s rights abuses referred to AU
The report raised concerns over the country’s shrinking democratic space over the past five years.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 17h ago
CCC plots to boycott ED’s Sona
Mnangagwa will today preside over the official opening of the First Session of the 10th Parliament and later deliver his Sona.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 17h ago
Afreximbank support to Zim exceeds US$10bn
Afreximbank’s support has been instrumental because Zimbabwe’s public debt, estimated to be over US$20 billion, has hampered it from accessing fresh capital from most foreign lenders.
By Melody Chikono 17h ago
Mighty Warriors ready to rumble
Striker Rudo Neshamba, who was chosen as the team captain on Sunday, expressed confidence in the team, highlighting that the girls are raring to go.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo 17h ago
Shoko, Mitambo flame dies down in style
He said theatre hubs should be set up in every community so that people have a rich entertainment culture.