Zimbos turn to the bottle as economy bites

As the cost of living keeps rising and jobs vanish, Zimbabweans are increasingly turning to alcohol for a temporary reprieve.
By Problem Masau Dec. 23, 2023

Council dragged to court over cholera outbreak

Mariga said failure to provide clean water was a violation of his rights as provided for in section 77 of the Constitution.
By Desmond Chingarande Dec. 1, 2023

News in depth: ‘It’s traumatic’: Mysterious injections ruin lives of Zim’s abduction victims

Zanu PF acting director of information Farai Marapira accused   CCC of peddling lies about abductions.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 19, 2023

Harare residents edgy as cholera spreads

The garbage dumpsite is teeming with disease-spreading vectors such as flies and rats, while harbouring pathogens that promote the spread of such diseases as cholera
By Kennedy Nyavaya Oct. 18, 2023

Briefs: Neighbours fight over witchcraft

“She insults my children using obscene language and calls us poor tenants,” she said.
By Rejoice Phiri Aug. 27, 2023

Shambolic poll leaves determined voters angry

Zimbabweans across the country eagerly awaited the opportunity to cast their votes in the recent elections, hoping for a smooth and efficient process.
By Problem Masau and Vanessa Gonye Aug. 27, 2023

Garbage pile up vexes Glen Norah residents

Gomba said he had, meanwhile, created a dumping area in some parts of the high-density suburb as a mitigatory measure.
By Ropafadzo Makosi Aug. 17, 2023

Feature: Can Zim still call this democracy?... when the ballot box is overshadowed by the coffin

Around his head, a grotesque halo of blood splattered on the ground bore a silent, horrifying testament to the brutality he had suffered.
By Tendai Makaripe Aug. 11, 2023

Gas explosion blows off house roof

Meanwhile,police are appealing for information which may assist in the investigation of a case of murder which occurred near Glen View 9 Primary School.
By Boitumelo Makhurane Jun. 9, 2023