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Zanu PF ready for congress

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to lead a re-election bid during the elective congress amid speculative reports that he might be challenged by his deputy, Constantino Chiwenga.
By Taurai Mangudhla and Tafadzwa Kachiko Aug. 30, 2022

Fast-track delimitation, Zec urged

The exercise, which should be completed less than six months before a general election, according to the Constitution, was last done in 2008.

Indigenous churches campaign for ED

“We liken President Mnangagwa to Moses because he has taken people from a certain point to another level. We are coming out of a lot of challenges.”
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 1, 2022

Teachers to embark on a go-slow

Obert Masaraure said they had received calls from across the country where teachers are claiming that they are receiving threats from suspected State agents

RhoNaFlo: A journey worth remembering

A big achievement for Zimbabwe, with assistance from Unicef, has seen maternal mortality rates more than halving in under 10 years,
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 6, 2022

Zim to save US$250m on fertiliser import bill

Mnangagwa said the ZimPhos plant in Msasa would save the country over US$250 million per annum on the fertiliser import bill.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko and Rex Mphisa Sep. 5, 2022

Bread price goes up

Some retailers in Harare yesterday hiked the price of bread in local currency from around $790 to about $900.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 7, 2022

'Regulate political parties'

‘Regulate political parties’
By Lorraine Muromo and Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 7, 2022

Construction workers fight discriminatory Ipec law

Ipec has, through the proposed section 4.2c of the Fitness and Probity Standard for Trustees, classified trade union representatives as conflicted parties.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 10, 2022

Chitungwiza Municipality owed $2bn

Acting finance director Robert Nyikadzino implored ratepayers to pay their bills on time to avoid the funds being eroded by inflation.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 12, 2022

UZ in fees shocker

Students will now have to pay nearly US$1 000 or equivalent in local currency per semester.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 12, 2022

Popular actress 'Mai Sorobhi' dies

The late actress’s grandchild and comedian Admire “Bhutisi” Kuzhangaira confirmed the death saying Mai Sorobhi succumbed to stroke Monday morning.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 12, 2022

Nation mourns actress Mai Sorobhi

Mai Sorobhi succumbed to a stroke yesterday morning at Harare Central Hospital.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 13, 2022

ED vows to shake off basket case status

Mnangagwa, who was in Kigali last week for the Africa Green Revolution Forum Summit said Zimbabwe became a reference point after making some progress on its strategic agricultural milestones.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 13, 2022

Moyo speaks on discovering Mai Sorobhi’s talent

Born Rhoda Mtembe, Mai Sorobhi passed on Monday morning at Harare Central Hospital after suffering a stroke.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 14, 2022

ChiTown shooting victim demands compensation

The shooting happened on June 27 when Muchazorwewa had gone to collect her five-year-old daughter, Aisha, from school.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko and Tatenda Kunaka Sep. 15, 2022

We’ll meet housing target: Govt

Garwe said they were adopting cost-effective methods to meet the target.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 15, 2022

Harare outlaws illegal vending

As unemployment soars, vending has become an easy escape route, with hawkers taking over street pavements, parking bays and other undesignated areas.
By Harriet Chikandiwa and Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 16, 2022

Witch-hunt scare hits UZ

Tuition fees at the university went up ten-fold to hit $500 000 for undergraduates and almost double for masters students.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 17, 2022

ED dangles duty-free cars for councillors

GOVERNMENT has reviewed councillors’ allowances as President Emmerson Mnangagwa said he had approved a scheme to import vehicles duty free.

School heads roped in in presidential inputs distribution

GOVERNMENT says it has roped in school headmasters to help in the distribution of agricultural inputs under the Presidential Inputs Scheme to curb corruption.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 17, 2022

Govt to build residential flats in Uzumba

This was revealed by National Housing and Social Amenities minister Daniel Garwe.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 19, 2022

Govt refreshes 99-year leases

Lands, Agriculture, Water and Rural Resettlement minister Anxious Masuka told NewsDay that the process to get a 99-year lease will now be “automatic” and securitised.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 20, 2022

Zim food inflation tops world: WB

Recently, Zimbabwe was ranked second to Lebanon, but it has since overtaken the Middle East country on food inflation.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 20, 2022

52 000 illegal homes in Harare

Muguti said land barons were contributing to the spike in illegal settlements.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 21, 2022

Job Sikhala’s wife arrested

Family spokesperson Freddy Masarirevhu said Sikhala’s wife, Ellen was nabbed over a traffic offence after she was accused of driving against oncoming traffic along Seke Road.
By Desmond Chingarande and Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 21, 2022

Mudenda rejects opposition legislators’ PVOs Bill plea

The PVOs Amendment Bill passed through the Committee Reading Stage in the National Assembly when opposition legislators were absent from the House.

Mixed reactions to police blitz

Police said criminals were using unregistered vehicles to commit violent crime, particuarly armed robbery.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 22, 2022

Mnangagwa backers hound church leaders

The outfit known as Pastors 4ED is led by Zibagwe Rural District Council (RDC) ward 30 councillor and evangelist Idirashe Dongo.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 25, 2022

Zim’s extractive sector under spotlight

Its main objective was to investigate foreign investments in Zimbabwe, so as to enhance transparency and accountability.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 25, 2022