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‘COVID-19 still a threat’

The warning comes as a new Omicron variant has been detected in neighbouring Botswana, a COVID-19 strain that wreaked havoc across the world around this time last year.
By Lorraine Muromo Dec. 7, 2022

Join development processes, UN urges media

Kallon said the media was critical in sending positive messages about Zimbabwe as a good investment destination.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Nov. 16, 2022

Zanu PF ban on NewsDay raises stink

Zimbabwe National Editors Forum chairperson Njabulo Ncube said Zanu PF’s decision was against its government’s calls for free and independent media.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Oct. 28, 2022

Businessman loses $24K to homeless conman

Kabamba informed Mudubi of his business proposal of buying scrap metal in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for resell in South Africa.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 26, 2022

Jabulani Sibanda accused of threatening CCC supporters

Zanu PF and CCC were among the five political parties that yesterday fielded candidates in three council by-elections in the constituency..
By Nizbert Moyo Sep. 4, 2022

'I have a burning desire to help the vulnerable'

Tarasana donated clothes to different orphanages which include Jabangwe Orphanage and has partnered several non-governmental organisations.
By Chiedza Mazhangara Aug. 31, 2022

Letter from America: Ariel Primary: A school that teaches pupils to be angels

The one thing that is self-evident at Ariel is self-discipline and a sense of moral order. The Head assured me that while she hopes and prays for a self-enforcing moral order, she does not hesitate to go the extra mile to making sure that the moral universe she believes in is adhered to, even if she must be regarded as hard-hearted.

By The NewsDay Jul. 24, 2022

Letter from America: Ariel Primary: A school that teaches pupils to be angels

The one thing that is self-evident at Ariel is self-discipline and a sense of moral order. The Head assured me that while she hopes and prays for a self-enforcing moral order, she does not hesitate to go the extra mile to making sure that the moral universe she believes in is adhered to, even if she must be regarded as hard-hearted.

By The NewsDay Jul. 24, 2022

John Bolton says he ‘helped plan coups d’etat’ in other countries

Speaking to CNN after the day’s January 6 committee hearing, Bolton said it was wrong to describe Trump’s attempt to stay in power after the 2020 election as a coup.

By The NewsDay Jul. 18, 2022