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NewsDay

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AU Envoy on youth plants trees in Zimbabwe

Speaking after the tree planting exercise at Mawaba Primary School Mpemba reiterated the urgent need for the youth to prioritize mitigating and adapting to the climate change crisis.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 6, 2024
Marondera businessman convicted
Marondera businessman convicted
According to the witness the amount was valued US$100 000.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 27, 2024
No company is safe from hacking attacks: POTRAZ
We are living in an exciting, yet hazardous digital world
By Nicole Madziwa and Evans Mathanda Jun. 20, 2024
EcoCash launches new mobile App
Munyaradzi Nhamo, EcoCash Managing Director, said the latest upgrade marks a important step forward in the company’s commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction.
By Donald Nyandoro Jun. 14, 2024
Facing the Climate Crisis: Mbire community's struggle for Survival and Hope
Kamusosa has embarked on a groundbreaking initiative to establish a vast cassava plantation.
By Dylan Dzenga Jun. 4, 2024
AUC Special Youth on Envoy, Mpemba lauded SA youth on peaceful elections participation
Meanwhile also presenting his findings at the same media conference,Former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta
By Staff Reporter Jun. 2, 2024
Bus route wars: Government engages operators
Transport deputy minister Joshua Sacco confirmed the meeting adding that there is need for bus operators to co-exist.
By Staff Reporter May. 31, 2024
Maid on the run after ‘raping’ teenage boy
In another audio in possession of NewsDay, the woman instead claimed that she was in a relationship with the teenager.
By BRENT SHAMU May. 27, 2024
New victims emerge in Harare land fraud scandal
This follows an exposé detailing the Pambukanis' illegal land sales in Harare, which has drawn widespread outrage and calls for justice.
By Staff Reporter May. 23, 2024
Desperate home seekers scammed by a notorious couple in a land deal
According to court documents, the High Court ordered the eviction of all illegal occupants, but those who had purchased the land from the couple resisted the eviction order, resulting in a standoff.
By Staff Reporter May. 21, 2024
SADC PF Standing Committee meets over food security and sustainable agriculture
The challenges necessitate a comprehensive approach to building resilience that integrates various sectors.
By MOSES MUGADZA May. 19, 2024
Diamond cartels bay for Dubai firm's blood....as they go on a crusade to discredit the commodity trading firm.
The government official noted that Erleen Gold Trading was just acting as an agent and all the diamond sale proceeds were channeled back to Zimbabwe.
By Staff Reporter May. 10, 2024
Chamuka applauds Zimbabwe's new Gold-Backed Currency
Although the PUP leader commended the government's action, Chamuka also acknowledged that not all opposition parties shared the same view.
By Newsday Apr. 2, 2024
Miracle Paul gears up for Easter service
 The charismatic preacher is known for his high energy sermons and prophetic moments.
By Problem Masau Mar. 15, 2024
BRDC faces legal action over unpaid employee salaries
The arrears date back to December 2020.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 12, 2024
Investing in Potential: From charity to building a nation's creative and athletic Powerhouse
Normally, investors only prick up their ears when they’re aware of an artist or athlete who has already proven him or herself.
By Newsday Mar. 8, 2024
83 Old Man Up For US$39k Fraud
It is alleged that Edwards only released US$5 500.00 and promised to reverse the remainder to the complainant within 48 hours.
By TREVOR MUTSVAIRO Mar. 1, 2024
The ongoing land evictions in Zimbabwe: A trail of destruction and injustice
It is imperative that the Zimbabwean government takes immediate action to address the grievances of those affected by the land evictions.
By Newsday Feb. 16, 2024
PUP to launch "green movement" in April, promoting collaboration among political parties
This rebranding also follows Chamuka's split from the Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD) due to ideological differences.
By Newsday Feb. 16, 2024
PUP leader requests meeting with ED to discuss national development
PUP's request highlights a potential shift in the political landscape of Zimbabwe, with a growing focus on cooperation over division.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 10, 2024
PUP leader warns of doomed future as Zanu-PF secures Two-Thirds majority
Talking to this publication from his South African base, he warned that the two-thirds majority grants Zanu-PF  unchecked legislative power.
By Newsday Feb. 4, 2024
Court orders Harare Poly to accept RTGS payments
Justice Mhuri ordered the college to accept payments due from students in RTGS at the prevailing interbank rate
By Staff Reporter Jan. 31, 2024
Shurugwi villagers spared eviction
The villagers took the legal route after being served with eviction notices.
By Online Reporter Jan. 31, 2024
CCC MPs not resigning
The party’s representative for Mt Pleasant constituency, Harare, Fadzai Mahere has already resigned from Parliament.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jan. 30, 2024
Torrential rains claim 38
ZIMBABWE has recorded 38 rainfall related deaths since the onset of the rainy season.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jan. 26, 2024
Mnangagwa re-appoints Chigumba ZEC chair
Chigumba, first appointed to the post in 2018, has presided over two harmonized elections and with this new contract will conduct the 2028 cycle.
By BRENT SHAMU Jan. 26, 2024
Chamisa abandons CCC
The development, which comes two years after he launched the party, follows months of speculation over CCC’s future.
By Online Reporter Jan. 25, 2024
Cuban VP expected in Zimbabwe
Cuban vice president Salvador Valdes Mesa is expected to jet into Harare on Thursday for a three-day official visit as Zimbabwe and Cuba seek to cement the relations between the two countries.
By Vincent Mungofa Jan. 24, 2024