Masaraure sentencing deferred

Masaraure is accused of demanding the release of Chere following his arrest in connection with the death of an Artuz member, Roy Issa, in 2016.
By Trevor Mutsvairo 15h ago

Feature: El Niño driving Zim children into gold panning to survive

Mashonaland West Provincial Affairs and Devolution minister Marian Chombo told NewsDay that it is government’s priority that those in need of food aid receive assistance.

Update: Masaraure convicted, awaits sentencing

An inquest into his death ruled out foul play, but police went on to reopen the docket and filed murder charges against Masaraure and Chere.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 22, 2024

Benjamin Lock wins double in Ethiopia

In the singles contest, Benjamin dropped just one set in the tournament, needing a third set to beat South African Philip Hennig in the semifinals.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere May. 22, 2024

Schools defy govt fees policy

Unions representing educators called for dialogue between the schools and parents to ensure that children are not disadvantaged.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 22, 2024

Police ban MRP’s Tsholotsho rally

Responding to an MRP letter notifying the police of the meeting at the venue, a Superintendent M Tandabantu turned down MRP’s notification
By Silas Nkala May. 21, 2024

In the groove: Do you suffer from celebrity worship syndrome?

A lot of famous musicians in Zimbabwe are known celebrities with fan bases and other followers spreading throughout the country.
By Fred Zindi May. 19, 2024

MRP ups campaign against apostolic sects

Another activist Lwazi Khanye said some of the churches were practising disturbing customs.
By Silas Nkala May. 19, 2024

Zanu PF youth league member in bribery storm

Mambondiani allegedly tried to bribe secretary for youth affairs Tinotenda Machakaire and his deputy John Paradza during a national youth executive meeting held on May 9 in Harare.
By Staff Reporter May. 18, 2024