Palestine expresses gratitude to Zim

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Palestine has expressed gratitude to Zimbabwe for its continued support in the fight against Israel’s occupation and its right for self determination. This was sa...
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Oil falls by $1

LONDON. — Brent crude oil shed some of its recent gains by falling just over $1 a barrel yesterday but healthy demand underpinned prices near $70, a level not seen since 2014’s market slump. Prices h...

Masvingo RDC gets down to work

Runesu Gwidi Herald Correspondent Masvingo Rural District Council (RDC) has announced plans to complete several major infrastructure projects within the next three months in line with President Mnang...

Typhoid resurfaces in Harare

Paidamoyo Chipunza and Sibongile Maruta Typhoid, a highly contagious bacterial disease, has resurfaced in Harare with about 200 new suspected cases having been recorded throughout the city barely two...
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Let the Zimbabwean child enjoy reading

If Zimbabwe is to maintain its high literacy rate, it has to intensify nurturing a reading culture in the children and youth and this requires a syncing of efforts by parents, educators, writers and ...

Fifa lift lid on banned ref

LONDON. — FIFA has explained why Ghanaian soccer referee Joseph Lamptey was banned for life, saying he tried “to make certain bets successful” in a World Cup qualifier. Lamptey aroused suspicion duri...
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Maid (19) steals $9 800, jailed

Munyaradzi Doma in Zvishavane A domestic worker stunned a Zvishavane court last week when she claimed she stole $9 800 from her employer at the instigation of her husband whom she was reportedly havi...

‘Decentralise weather forecasts’

Tawanda Mangoma in Chiredzi Crops in most parts of Chiredzi are now suffering from severe moisture stress following a prolonged dry spell, amid calls for the Meteorological Services Department to dec...
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SA-based DJ heads for the stars

Arts Reporter ZIMBABWEAN turntable queen DJ Winnie is rocking the scene in South Africa, getting many gigs and attracting the interest of some of the top producers across the Limpopo. Winnet Nyaradzo...

Nyamakate hailstorm victims receive help

Noah Pito in Hurungwe Government has started assisting 308 Nyamakate families, whose crops and property were destroyed by hailstorm last week, while the Hurungwe Civil Protection Unit has called for ...

Beef prices fall

John Murwira and Blessings Chidakwa butcheries and meat processing companies in Chinhoyi have reduced beef prices, which had nearly doubled in recent weeks. One of the country’s biggest retail outlet...

Spotlight on students’ housing

Walter Mswazie Masvingo Correspondent Government intends to address student accommodation challenges at universities and other institutions of higher learning, a Cabinet minister has said. It is beli...

SA rand rises

JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s rand rose to its strongest since July 2015 yesterday as it crossed crucial technical points and ignited offshore buying interest. At 1508 GMT, the rand was up 0,28...