Govt turns heat on errant schools

This follows reports that thousands of pupils across Zimbabwe were sent back home for failing to pay fees when schools opened for the third term early this month.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 25, 2023

Govt workers sue over ‘retrogressive labour laws’

The civil servants said the application sought to end authoritarianism in the civil service and create a democratic dispensation in line with section 65(5) of the Constitution.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 20, 2023

CCC paid to discredit poll results: ZIC

Zimbabwe Peace Building Initiative leader Senator Sekai Holland said there was no evidence proving that people were intimidated during the election period.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 19, 2023

Shot in arm for high school learners

DHL country director Susan Katsukunya told NewsDay that her organisation has embarked on several initiatives since last year.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 18, 2023

Kwekwe plumber Siyakobo delights in Bata Open triumph

Norman Mativenga and William Geach tied for third with a gross total of 220 in the tournament.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 15, 2023

Peace commission’s term ends in failure

Analysts told NewsDay yesterday that political will to make NPRC work was lacking.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 11, 2023

Teachers send salary review SOS

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe leader, Obert Masaraure said teachers were demanding US$1 260 to cater for their basic needs.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 4, 2023

Man seeks peace order against in-laws

Tellmore Tinarwo had applied for a peace order against his late wife’s younger sister, Anatoria, and her brothers Fungai and Pretro Mabasa. 
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 3, 2023

Kenyan varsity using AI to predict pregnancy risks for women

This technology could enable us to identify whether women, who deliver at term have a certain microbiome, compared to those experiencing pre-term birth. 
By Moses Madadi Sep. 1, 2023