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Hackers fleece NetOne during transition to ZiG

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe recently ditched the Zimdollar for the ZiG after the former had been decimated by hyper-inflation.
By Rejoice Phiri 51m ago
Former SADC PF secretary-general Chiviya dies
Former SADC PF secretary-general Chiviya dies
Chiviya served as secretary-general of the SADC PF from August 2009 to June 2019.
By Moses Magadza 13h ago
Chivayo’s Mnangagwa claims rattle govt
Chivayo has also been attending State functions and travelling with Mnangagwa, even though he is not a government official.
Govt steps up efforts to establish national health insurance
He said government would engage in a thorough and inclusive discussion about the design, implementation and sustainability of the NHIS.
High Court overturns robbers-cum-rapists’ lenient sentence
The convicts raided the complainants’ house after they had retired to bed with their six children. They demanded money and other valuables.
By Desmond Chingarande 19h ago
GALZ condemns attack by homophobes
Under Mugabe’s tenure, the LGBTI faced rights violations such as physical assault, hate speech, intimidation, torture and raids from both State and non-State actors.
By BRENT SHAMU 19h ago
Harare businessman acquitted on charges of theft of trust property
Nyandoro said he was given the vehicle by the complainant sometime in November 2022 as payment for his aircraft consultancy fees.
By Desmond Chingarande 19h ago
Govt extends YBU begging bowl
The YBUs have emerged as transformative platforms which empower rural youths to become financially independent through various agricultural initiatives and projects.
By BRENT SHAMU 19h ago
Magaya bags murky council deal
Council sealed the deal with Magaya’s company known as Westmer Investment despite resistance by residents, who have since approached the High Court seeking an interdict to stop the pact.
HIV positive man rapes daughter, jailed 20 years
The court further heard that the father, who did not take his daughter’s rejection well, attacked her before raping her once.
By Rejoice Phiri 19h ago
Amend laws to address statelessness: Amnesty
In the report, Amnesty International laid bare the devastating consequences of the statelessness crisis in Zimbabwe and how it has its roots in colonial history.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 19h ago
NRZ can’t access mining claims in SA: GM
Zinyanduko said the NRZ was failing to exploit the claims due to issues that are yet to be resolved with the South African government.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 19h ago
‘It’s an ordinary flu, dont panic ’
Mombeshora also dismissed social media reports suggesting that some people had succumbed to the influenza virus.
A ‘special’ code unlocks hidden healthcare for Johanne Marange women
Scores of Johanne Marange Apostolic women, including children, have died while giving birth owing to lack of medical care.
By Miriam Mangwaya 19h ago
Harare woman sells house, refuses to vacate
According to court papers, in the same month, Madzimbamuto and Musamadiya entered into an agreement of sale for the house.
By Desmond Chingarande 19h ago
Journalists urged to lobby for duty-free vehicles 
The UNDP has partnered the Zimra to train journalists on tax education and more than 30 journalists drawn from different media houses in southern Zimbabwe.
By Rex Mphisa Jun. 11, 2024
Treat immigrants with human dignity: AACC
He added that states should be able to converse among themselves looking at the push factors as the major without making those people suffer.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 11, 2024
Vendor in court for assaulting council cop
Circumstances are that on the fateful day,Dennis and his colleagues were on patrol enforcing city council by-laws when the complainant arrested Makoni’s friend.
Election stakeholders undergo poll integrity training
UNDP chief technical advisor, Vincent Da Cruz described BRIDGE as a groundbreaking collaboration, which adds to the institution’s past efforts towards peace and electoral justice
By Kennedy Nyavaya Jun. 11, 2024
Fastfood outlet manager in rape scandal
When they got into the disability room, he allegedly raped her but she did not report the matter for fear of losing her job.
Feature: 2 years on, Bikita women await Presidential borehole scheme
Ward 5 community health worker Jesina Masvovere said there was an urgent need to avail a safer drinking water source for the community.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jun. 11, 2024
Lawyers protest arrest of Marondera businessman
Marconati is denying the offence saying he was left with only 14 hours of his 105 hours of the said community service. 
By Staff Reporter Jun. 11, 2024
Court grants investors right to sue ABWA
The court heard that ABWA received funds from more than 300 investors for the purpose of collective investment and to manage such investment for the account of investors.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 11, 2024
Drug abuse fuelling GBV cases
ZGC Matabeleland regional co-ordinator Dalubuhle Sibanda said drug abuse had become a systemic barrier to gender equality.
By DANIEL MOYO Jun. 11, 2024
Ex-Zupco board chair wins US$130K lawsuit
According to court papers, Nherera was the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (Zupco) board chairperson.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 11, 2024
JSC moves to digitalise magistrates courts
The campaign was launched in all the country’s 10 provinces as the JSC celebrated its 14th anniversary yesterday.
By Rejoice Phiri Jun. 11, 2024
Byo experiences decline in teen pregnancies
She said guidance and counselling was a learning area which came in as part of the social sciences.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 11, 2024
Criminal activities surge across Zim
ZimStat said there were 38 042 cases of theft recorded in the first quarter, indicating a rate of 250,6 per 100 000 people.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jun. 11, 2024