15 years for raping brother's wife

She then invited him into the house, but the perpetrator went on to lock the door from inside and raped her at knife point.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jun. 18, 2024

Man (60) nabbed for kidnapping 25 children

He said the investigations were in progress to establish the motive behind the kidnapping.
By Gracious Daniel Jan. 22, 2024

Kids Are Kids schools embrace new education trends

Wanyanya said most of the construction of the schools were completed last year and they have since opened more classrooms this year.
By Style Reporter Jan. 14, 2024

Ex-minister Kagonye suffers another blow

Kagonye was jailed in June last year for converting laptops donated by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe to personal use during her time in office.
By Jairos Saunyama Dec. 6, 2023

Catholic Church in land grab

The villagers accused the government of clandestinely processing the orders to evict them from their land through several land developers.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 21, 2023

Chaos marks start of O, A-Level exams

A source at Zimsec yesterday said several schools were affected by delays and lack of answer sheets.
By Kenneth Nyangani Oct. 17, 2023

News in depth: Goromonzi lithium miner defies authorities, angers locals with controversial project

It is owned by Shengxiang Investments Private Limited, which is among a string of foreign companies that have taken over lithium claims across the country in recent years.
By Kundai Marunya Jul. 16, 2023

Health Talk: 'Reign on underperforming ministers'

The country is belaboured with unbearable inflation, prices are soaring with the bread basket now hovering well above $1 million dollars
By Johannes Marisa Jun. 25, 2023

Property developer lines up US$10m deals in Ruwa

Ruwa, in Mashonaland East Province, about 22 km east of Harare, is one of the fastest developing  towns in the country.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 26, 2023