Feature: A day in the life of Harare vendors

Disappointment troubles her eyes, a stark contrast with  the vibrant red colour of the fruit. This is not an ideal solution, but it is the only one she has.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 4, 2024

NOIC suffers blow in US$160K arbitration award

The court ordered NOIC to pay US$164 631 after it had initially refused to honour the arbitration award.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 28, 2024

Scott pledges rugby sponsorship

Meanwhile, the Nedbank U20 Junior Sables Squad for this year’s Barthes Trophy was announced at the weekend.
By Austin Karonga Mar. 26, 2024

Armed robbers get away with US$9K

In a statement on X (formerly Twitter), the police said six unidentified male suspects
By Boitumelo Makhurane Feb. 8, 2024

15 miners feared dead at Redwing Mine

The mine is owned by Zanu PF Mabvuku-Tafara legislator Pedzisayi Scott Sakupwanya.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jan. 4, 2024

Mabvuku: A hotbed, cauldron of the democratic struggle

The pastor was found on Sunday lying dead at the intersection of Arcturus and Lobo roads in the Cleveland area.
By Luke Tamborinyoka Nov. 20, 2023

Voter apathy to mar by-elections

According to electoral watchdogs, the violence has instilled fear and disillusionment among Zimbabweans leading to growing disinterest in participating in the democratic process.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 20, 2023

Scott resumes fight for Mabvuku-Tafara

In an interview yesterday, Sakupwanya promised to continue providing for the people of Mabvuku-Tafara despite the defeat.
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 6, 2023

Zanu PF members beat up cops, release detained colleague

NewsDay is reliably informed that some of the police officers at Gazebo Police Base in Caledonia were injured during the skirmishes on Monday.
By Jairos Saunyama Oct. 27, 2023