FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa has indicated that the bond notes are not likely to hit the market anytime soon, as government is yet to finalise modalities for the introduction of the currency.
SAMSON Muzhambi (69) built a monumental, environment-friendly thatch house at his home in Chipinge’s Tafara resettlement area when he was just 38 years old, putting Chipinge in the history books.
The late national hero and former Midlands governor, Cephas Msipa lived a modest life and believed in fairness such that he paid compensation to the white farmer, whose land he occupied during the land reform programme, Midlands provincial affairs minister, Jason Machaya has revealed.
A SURVIVOR of the Rhodesian army’s bombing of the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army’s (Zipra) Mkushi Camp in Zambia has told her story for the first time.
Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader, Walter Magaya’s passport was yesterday released by the court, after his lawyer made an application for further relaxation of his bail conditions.
IN December 2015, Zimbabweans woke up to news that former Education minister Aeneas Chigwedere had been dragged to court by his son, Mangwiza, accusing him of possessing goblins that he claimed were tormenting the family.
ZIMBABWE’S health delivery system remains literally in intensive care. Harare Central Hospital one of the country’s prime referral units continues to grapple with a shoe-string budget and hogged the limelight after reportedly shutting down all elective surgical procedures after medical stocks plummeted.
MDC-T supporters convicted of murdering police Inspector Petros Mutedza during skirmishes in Glen View five years ago are yet to be sentenced nearly two months after Justice Chinembiri Bhunu found them guilty, delaying an appeal against their conviction.
VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has unleashed Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere on MDC-T councillors, accusing them of corruptly acquiring land.
ZIMBABWE has cleared its arrears with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), after paying $108 million on Thursday, the Fund has announced.