The Hummer H2 Limo Transformer may be the first vehicle of its kind in Zimbabwe, but it most certainly is not the first one in the world, contrary to claims to that effect by the vehicle’s importer, colourful Harare businessman, Phillip Chiyangwa.
A RIGHTS group monitoring implementation of the country’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) has singled out political tension, corruption and economic decline as some of the factors that have stifled progress.
JAPAN has extended a grant of almost $122 000 for the supply of safe water in Shurugwi district.
Blue Cross Zimbabwe (BCZ), a non-governmental organisation that nurtures talent among youths, will today host a life skills training workshop in Harare aimed at addressing social ills confronting the youths.
Former Information and Communication Technology minister Nelson Chamisa says Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora’s remarks that schoolchildren should be allowed to use gadgets such as cellphones and tablets was akin to a “terrorism” campaign.
EMBATTLED Headlands MP Didymus Mutasa and his nephew Temba Mliswa who is Hurungwe West legislator, have been given a new lease of life
A 21-YEAR-OLD mentally-challenged Bindura woman, Tarisai Matsikarima, accused of causing the disappearance of her three-year-old baby three years ago, was acquitted
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has threatened to conduct a blitz on vehicles being sneaked into the country without paying duty.
High Court judge Justice Mary-Zimba Dube ordered a Zvimba Apostolic Faith Mission Church of Zimbabwe (AFM) pastor, who is said to be refusing to leave the church’s mansion, to undergo mental examination after screaming in court as his matter was being heard.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has revealed how he has fallen several times at his Borrowdale home, adding that his tumble at Harare International Airport last month was nothing new.