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Academics dissect Mugabe’s legacy

Mugabe died in Singapore on September 6, 2019, aged 95.
Land war rages as bigwigs clash
Land war rages as bigwigs clash
Addressing the media at Media Centre in Harare yesterday, Mliswa said corruption in the country had become sophisticated.
54% Zimbos unemployed: ZimStat
Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions chairperson, David Dzatsunga, said the latest figures were worrying.
Delta funds solar borehole project
Delta Corporation Limited also facilitated the refurbishment of a classroom block, a teacher’s house and ablution facilities at the school.
By BRENT SHAMU 16h ago
30 000 youths head for Masvingo
The forum was attended by 250 young business entrepreneurs from across all economic sectors.
By BRENT SHAMU 16h ago
Scrap tax on wheelchairs, crutches: PWDs
Signs of Hope Trust director Samantha Sibanda said assistive devices were essential for PWDs.
Former MP, 39 others further remanded
The matter was postponed to February 27 for a possible trial date.
3 NRZ workers die in accident
The parastatal did not reveal the identities of the deceased.
By BRENT SHAMU 16h ago
Bulawayo Poly loses US$ fees war
He said the authorities at the college violated his right to further education as guaranteed in Section 75 of the Constitution.
By Staff Reporter 16h ago
Security firm boss in US$1m fraud
The complainant then reported the matter to the police.
By Desmond Chingarande 16h ago
Welshman tears into Chamisa
Some CCC legislators have chosen to stay put, saying they could not resign in solidarity with Chamisa because of lack of clarity on the way forward.
By Problem Masau 16h ago
CID officers up for torture
He reported the matter at Mbare Police Station, leading to the arrest of the two.
Increase funding for children’s needs, govt urged
He attributed these successes to dedicated efforts and partnerships between Unicef, the Justice and the Judicial Service Commission ministry.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 16h ago
Police sued for wrongful arrest, torture
Chedimbwa had been convicted of theft of a mobile phone and sentenced to community service.
By BRENT SHAMU 16h ago
Mines officials up for extortion
The duo allegedly extorted US$5 000.00 from an applicant for a mining certificate.
By Nunurai Jena Feb. 20, 2024
Byo Poly loses US$ fees war
This follows a court challenge filed last month by one of the students, Denford Prosper Gudukani Sithole
By Staff Reporter Feb. 20, 2024
Zuj condemns harassment of journalists
Zuj said it had engaged police to investigate threats directed at Maraire
Spartan Security boss in US$1 million investment fraud
After completing the transaction, the complainant claimed that she only received 
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 20, 2024
Borrowdale illegal billboard erectors' court application dismissed
Magistrate Mashavakure dismissed their application for removal from remand saying there was no justification for the application.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 20, 2024
3 die after train derails
The transporter said investigations were underway to determine the cause of the accident.
Delta boosts water provision for Bikita villagers with US$10k solar borehole
The beverage maker also refurbished facilities at the primary school at a cost of US$15 000.
By BRENT SHAMU Feb. 20, 2024
ED’s third term bid exposed
Zanu PF Masvingo provincial chairperson Robson Mavhenyengwa confirmed that the party held its meeting over the weekend, but refused to comment on the viral video.
By Problem Masau Feb. 20, 2024
Beitbridge govt complex switched off
District development co-ordinator Sikhangezile Mafu Moyo said it was not her office’s responsibility to pay bills, adding that she was also inconvenienced.
By Rex Mphisa Feb. 20, 2024
Top judge drags ED to court
The judge was accused by the Judicial Service Commission of wrongly quashing a prison sentence imposed on a thief and taking too long to deliver judgments.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 20, 2024
Rural industrialisation a priority: Govt
Government is currently revising the industrial policy to make it as inclusive and comprehensive as possible.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 20, 2024
Zim, Belarus deepen relations
The President said strong and sustainable partnerships would improve the quality of life for people as well as modernise and industrialise the two economies.
By BELINDA CHIROODZA and Blessed Ndlovu Feb. 20, 2024
War vets lose ZWL$300m to soldiers
The investigation officer said the accused worked with two accomplices, also former ZNA members who are still at large.
Rights group urges probe into Rusape school fiasco
The group urged St Faith’s High School authorities to review their grievance handling processes to accord students an opportunity for redress of any complaints that may arise.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 20, 2024