Feature: Ncube’s policy missteps costing the economy

He said some of the prices that went up on announcement of the budget will not come down now that the minister is reversing tax increases.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Blessed Ndlovu Jan. 12, 2024

Real estate firm ‘sells’ BCC land

Moyo allegedly directed Sibanda to pay at her office and she was accompanied by Tshabangu to an office in Bulawayo city centre.
By Jerssie Mpofu Dec. 12, 2023

Diaspora remittances hit US$1,17b mark

Diaspora remittances — money sent by a person in a foreign land to his or her home country—have become one the biggest foreign currency sources for Zimbabwe after exports
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 5, 2023

Man ordered to pay for unborn child

A pregnant Judith Mahachi told Harare magistrate Ayanda Dhlamini that her estranged husband, William Kwashira, has been neglecting her.
By Rejoice Phiri Aug. 20, 2023

Hwange women rise up against errant coal miners

A group of women recently staged a peaceful demonstration in Hwange against heavy pollution by haulage trucks that transport coal in the Matabeleland North town,
By Burzil Dube Jun. 25, 2023

UZ student drags father to court over unpaid fees

Rusanga said he was now on the verge of deferring his studies over outstanding fees.
By Rejoice Phiri Feb. 24, 2023

Vic Falls corruption jolts July Moyo into action

Dube, who last year told the Independent that he was being victimised because: “he is neither Tonga nor Nambya” is also accused of expropriating US$84 000 from the local authority’s account.
By Tinashe Kairiza Jan. 13, 2023

New twist to Esidakeni farm wrangle

The trio was arrested in August charged with trespassing on the property.
By Newsday Oct. 29, 2022

Zim junior tennis team claim silver at African Champs

Meanwhile, Zimbabwe finished ahead of Kenya, who completed the podium with Ghana fourth.
By Sports Reporter Oct. 24, 2022