Chitungwiza man arrested for Mnangagwa removal campaign

In a statement on Monday, the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) said Blessed Mhembere, 22, is being charged with subverting a constitutional government.
By Desmond Chingarande Nov. 27, 2023

Cholera: Harare declares state of emergency

Chitungwiza Residents Trust director Alice Kuvheya said residents are being made to pay between US$5 and U$10 for them to access the precious liquid.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 17, 2023

Mimosa spends US$75m on waste clean-up

Mimosa is the country’s oldest platinum group of minerals producer with operations dating back to the 1920s.
By Tatenda Chitagu Nov. 16, 2023

Interview: ‘Water crisis worsening ChiTown cholera outbreak’

As Chitrest we have a 2020 court order when we sued the Minister of Local Government over the issue of water. 
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 13, 2023

Armed robbers jailed 22 years

They will, however, serve 15 years each after five years were suspended on condition of good behaviour.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Nov. 5, 2023

I believe in my destiny: Watyoka

They must put education first and if possible, get married later.
By Sharon Zebra Nov. 4, 2023

A day with Vusa “Umsebenzi KaBlaqs” Hlatshwayo

The focus has shifted to how we can make these young people create a viable industry. I am currently engaging young people to see how we can transfer skills to them.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 28, 2023

Cholera scare in Chitungwiza

St Mary's city health promoters chairperson, Juliet Jotam, told NewsDay that the first cholera case was recorded on Friday.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 25, 2023

Alleged cop drug mule acquitted

The court also heard that Muzarawetu gave his passport to Chikwena who helped him process the Indian visa which was valid from March 15, 2019 to April 14, 2019.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Oct. 23, 2023