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Robbers pose as City of Harare employees

Tendai Rupapa Senior Court Reporter Three suspected robbers posed as City of Harare employees and gained entry into one of their victims’ premises on the pretext they intended to install prepaid wate...
Researchers, students and local communities interact seeking solutions to human wildlife conflict in Malipati, Chiredzi District recently

Engagement key to academic research

Christopher  Charamba Features Writer The world of academia tends to be closed off to society where the like-minded exercise their intellectual prowess, often out of reach of the ordinary man or woma...

Player recalls Tiote collapse

BEIJING — One of Beijing Enterprises’ players has recalled the “horrible” moment when Cheick Tiote fell to the ground in training and later died.

Saints to report Liverpool

SOUTHAMPTON. — Southampton will report Liverpool to the Premier League over an alleged illegal approach for centre-back Virgil van Dijk, reports BBC Radio Solent.

Chawapiwa hails derby

Paul Mundandi recently in ZVISHAVANE FC PLATINUM attacking midfielder, Talent Chawapihwa, feels the Zvishavane Derby is one of the best in the country.

SRC on director-general

Sports Reporter SPORTS Commission chairperson Edward Siwela says they have made progress in their search for a substantive director-general. The position fell vacant following the retirement of Charl...

NAAZ ready for regional meet

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter THE National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe have said they are geared to host the Confederation of African Athletics Southern Region Senior Championships this weeken...

8 Zim clubs for Swazi B/ball tourney

Tedious Manyepo Sports Reporter NATIONAL champions Harare City Hornets are confident they will grab gold at the 2017th edition of the Swaziland International Invitational tournament from June 23-25 i...

Uproar over Gweru mayor’s mansion

Patrick Chitumba Bulawayo Bureau Gweru City Council (GCC) is renovating the 20-roomed mayoral mansion, with $38 000 expected to be spent on new curtains before the city’s new Town Clerk, Ms Elizabeth...