Police unleash dogs on protesting students

There has been unrest at the school since the beginning of this term as parents clashed with church authorities over the issue.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 15, 2024

Manicaland moves to stem cholera tide

The strategy was launched by the Global Task Force on Cholera Control in 2017.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Feb. 11, 2024

Zim failing children with disabilities

Tatenda's plight, unable to attend school due to physical frailty, reflects a common issue in many rural areas.
By Tendai Makaripe Jan. 12, 2024

High time artisanal miners’ health, safety is prioritised

If our government seriously appreciates the artisanal miners’ efforts it should have surely by now made sure that their health and safety is prioritised.
By Newsday Jan. 9, 2024

Irimai tackles social issues through comedy

Irimai wishes for peaceful marriages and that families should live in harmony and do away with insecurities, jealousy and envy.
By Sharon Zebra Jan. 3, 2024

Manicaland drivers top safety rankings

Addressing the meeting, TSCZ managing director Munesu Munodawafa warned bad road users to change their bad behaviour and avoid accident-led deaths.
By Brent Shamu Nov. 24, 2023

Cholera cases rise

Chegutu and Mhondoro in Mashonaland West province have also had some cholera cases.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 31, 2023

News in depth: Apostolic sects under the spotlight as cholera outbreak ravages rural Buhera

According to the report, 41 districts across the country have reported the outbreak, with Buhera and Gutu recording the highest numbers.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Oct. 22, 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