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Mahachi bares soul after acquittal

He says the whole issue has shattered him. He also says he is a victim of a bitter ex-wife.
By Sports Reporter 11h ago

JSC succumbs to Team Pachedu pressure

In less than a day, the website had been pulled down again and Team Pachedu alleged that JSC had failed to delete everything connecting it to Machemedze.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko 11h ago

Zim in disappointing start at ITF tourney

Only two boys, Michael Happy and Thabani Nhokwara pulled through from the first round while in the girls’ category
By Fortune Mbele 11h ago

Innscor revenue projected to increase by 23%

Innscor management has revealed that indicative revenue in USD is around US$700 million for the financial year 2022 with a net profit of US$90 million.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 11h ago

Constitutional democracy: To what extent are Zimbabweans free?

Yet those in power and their lapdogs still argue that  Zimbabweans are (meant to be) fully enjoying both political and economic freedoms.
By Rejoice Ngwenya 11h ago

Call for tougher action against rape, GBV

“Let me hasten to say that in light of the recent spike in cases of child sexual abuses, these pieces of legislation are now needed more than ever before.”
By staff reporters 11h ago

WFP forecasts good harvest, if rains persist

“The outlook by the Zimbabwe Meteorological Services Department (MSD) showed high chances of normal to above normal rainfall from October to December 2022
By Lorraine Muromo 11h ago

Residents blame power outages for high crime rate

Ward 28 councillor Kidwell Mujuru yesterday said police officers were overwhelmed by the population of the ward.
By Mpumelelo Moyo 11h ago

Shot in the arm for Byo fire victims

Ncube said it was their mandate as government to approach the corporate world and individuals whenever such incidents occur.
By ZANELE NDLOVU 11h ago