Polio: The silent killer in our midst

SINCE December last year Zimbabwe has recorded three polio or poliomyelitis cases, a figure which appears to be too insignificant to write home about.
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Polio cases rise to 3

The cases have prompted a major vaccination campaign countrywide from today till Friday this week. Harare will be vaccinated next week from February 26 to 29.
By Vanessa Gonye and Lorraine Muromo Feb. 20, 2024

Police chief’s interests in gold mine raise stink

Sources said Matanga has links to Parkgate mine situated about 30kilometres from Kwekwe off the Kwekwe-Zhombe road.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Feb. 18, 2024

Govt mulls US$13,5b food industry

Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Development minister Anxious Masuka said national food security could only be achieved by empowering rural people who constitute 62% of the country
By Rex Mphisa Feb. 17, 2024

Church, NRZ dispute spills to Supreme Court

Ohizu said they considered the geological complexities of the land due to its swampy nature, deed pits and dumps on this particular piece of land and became interested.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 12, 2024

Waison, Nyahora win Old Mutual marathon

The veteran runner came off the blocks flying and maintained her pole position from start to finish.
By Henry Mhara Feb. 12, 2024

Grace tidings: Obedience is better than sacrifice

Our lives can get so complicated that it’s hard to figure out how to get from where we are to where God wants us to be.
By Doug Mamvura Feb. 11, 2024

Sandawana Mines lays off 300 workers, pays them off

The mine, once owned by Rio Tinto, was one of the world’s largest emerald mines, before it shut down in 2010 after production collapsed and it lost markets.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 7, 2024

Egodini opens for commuter omnibuses

The developments at the long-awaited project were revealed by town clerk Christopher Dube in a notice to stakeholders and residents over the weekend.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 6, 2024