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Masunda’s brother dies

Muchadeyi Masunda’s elder brother Mxolisi Albert Masunda has died.
By Staff Reporters Oct. 28, 2022

Woes mount for top judge

In a letter addressed to JSC secretary Walter Chikwanha dated November 10, 2022, Mbatha accused Gwaunza of abuse of power as a judge
By Staff Reporters Nov. 14, 2022

Call for tougher action against rape, GBV

“Let me hasten to say that in light of the recent spike in cases of child sexual abuses, these pieces of legislation are now needed more than ever before.”
By Staff Reporters Nov. 29, 2022

No funding for power imports: Minister

Zhemu revealed this after hopes to import more power from Zambia were dampened with the neighbouring country introducing a six-hour daily load-shedding regime starting on December 15.
By Staff Reporters Dec. 3, 2022

CCC MPs defend US$40k loans

Addressing a Press conference in the capital yesterday, CCC chief whip Prosper Mutseyami said they had benefited from such loan schemes before.
By Staff Reporters Dec. 8, 2022

Plan to ‘secretly’ bury Ali remains fails

The attempt to bury the remains at Mabvuku Cemetery failed and the parlour which was handling the burial cancelled the arrangement yesterday morning.
By Staff Reporters Dec. 29, 2022

Delimitation report: Zec holds the aces

Speaking after receiving the report, Mnangagwa told journalists that he will be returning the delimitation report to Justice Chigumba for a relook.
By Staff Reporters Jan. 20, 2023

Senior Zanu PF officials elbow out Young Turks

The announcement was made at the politburo meeting last Wednesday, giving the aspirants only a few days to campaign.
By Staff Reporters Mar. 16, 2023

Zanu PF polls descend into chaos

Some polling stations were yet to receive ballot papers by 4pm in the province.
By Staff Reporters Mar. 26, 2023

Bloodbath in Zanu PF primaries... as bigwigs feel the heat... gunshot claims in Chegutu West

Nduna in a letter dated March 26, 2023, addressed to Zanu PF national political commissar Mike
By Staff Reporters Mar. 27, 2023

ED allies humiliated

In Gokwe-Nembudziya, Wadyajena was defeated by former Cabinet minister Flora Buka.
By Staff Reporters Apr. 17, 2023

Large turnout at Econet’s eye-catching ZITF stand

Ahead of the ZITF, Econet’s Group Chief Executive Officer, Dr Douglas Mboweni said the company was excited to be participating at this year’s Trade Fair.
By Staff Reporters Apr. 26, 2023

Outcry over school fees hike

Teachers unions also indicated that schools opening could be hindered by possible industrial action by disgruntled government employees.
By Staff Reporters May. 8, 2023

Dump the failed Zimdollar: MPs

Critics blame the dire state of the economy on years of government mismanagement and made worse by endemic corruption.
By Staff Reporters May. 19, 2023

Chaos dogs polls . . . Zec has dragged Zimbabwe to the Stone Age era: Chamisa

Voting at several polling stations, particularly in Harare and Bulawayo, was delayed by several hours due to late delivery of ballot papers.
By Staff Reporters Aug. 24, 2023

Zim polls failed credibility test: EU, C’wealth

They were granted US$200 bail each and ordered to report to their nearest police station thrice a week.
By Staff Reporters Aug. 26, 2023

Mnangagwa’s Mutapa fiasco raises eyebrows

Veteran economist Tony Hawkins said the government has never understood the role of a sovereign wealth fund.
By Staff Reporters Sep. 24, 2023

Crisis as CCC quits Parly ...pulls out of councils

Zanu PF has distanced itself from the recalls.
By Staff Reporters Oct. 12, 2023

Heavy rains leave trail of destruction

National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi yesterday told NewsDay that they were still compiling data on the damage caused by the rains.
By Staff Reporters Oct. 18, 2023

Makururu meets Frelimo leadership

Makururu has one of the biggest church denominations in the neighbouring country.
By Staff Reporters Nov. 18, 2023

Voters boycott bizzare elections

Friday left gold dealer Pedzai Scott Sakupwanya uncontested in Harare’s Mabvuku-Tafara.
By Staff Reporters Dec. 10, 2023

Puma partners police in road safety campaigns

National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi criticised motorists for disregarding traffic rules such as pedestrian crossings, resulting in loss of life.
By Staff Reporters Feb. 2, 2024

Moyo under fire over poor record record

Moyo is alleged to have resettled some Zanu PF youths in the timber and wildlife rich Emmergroon Estate in Gwayi area in the province where the ex-combatants have some A1 plots.
By Staff Reporters Mar. 31, 2024

Lithium producer commits to Zim’s growth

Zhu committed to ensuring that PLZ exceeds the expectations of its stakeholders.
By Staff Reporter and Staff Reporters Apr. 22, 2024

Malawi's General of the Golf Course grace historic Sachiez tourney

Royal Harare Golf Club president Tam Mpofu welcomed the visitors from Malawi and expressed his hope for a lasting partnership between the two societies.
By Staff Reporters Jul. 12, 2024