Overcoming transportation woes: A path to empowering Zimbabwe's women and girls

Many argued that the ban would create a public transport crisis, as kombis were the primary mode of transportation for many Zimbabweans.
By Tinashe Madamombe Nov. 26, 2023

Feature: Police traffic blitz, another exercise in futility?

Although the figures announced by the police are high, they seem to be a drop in the ocean as chaos on the country’s roads, particularly in major cities like Harare, has persisted.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Oct. 27, 2023

Over 22 thousand motorists arrested in Police road blitz

Posting on X (formerly Twitter), ZRP said an additional 913 vehicles had been impounded for moving on the roads with no registration plates.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 19, 2023

Seven perish in mushikashika accident

All the deceased were in the pirate taxi that had a total of nine passengers on board.
By Jairos Saunyama Aug. 30, 2023

Mushikashika menace costing lives

(Zimstat) data points at a total of 474 deaths and 2 386 injuries recorded from 12 588 accidents that occurred during the first quarter of this year.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Aug. 6, 2023

Mupfumi loses US$52 000 to armed robbers

The veteran politician, who is the aspiring Mutare Central parliamentary candidate in the upcoming polls confirmed the robbery yesterday.
By Kenneth Nyangani May. 30, 2023

Govt must sort out traffic jams

The ZRP and the City of Harare shall from today launch joint operations to curb traffic jams at all major intersections during peak hours
By Amh Voices Apr. 15, 2023

Govt moves to restore sanity on Harare roads

Government said it would impound vehicles deemed unroadworthy, while drivers found guilty of reckless driving will be prosecuted.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Apr. 14, 2023

Police intensify crackdown on pirate taxis

Speaking at an operation against mushikashika transporters at Mbudzi traffic circle yesterday, Harare police spokesperson Inspector Luckmore Chakanza warned the public against boarding private taxis.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Mar. 28, 2023