President Mugabe welcomes  Organisation of Angolan Women  Sec Gen Luzia Van Dunem  at his Munhumutapa offices yesterday.

President meets MPLA delegation

Herald Reporter A TEN-member delegation from the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) yesterday met President Mugabe at his Munhumutapa Offices to share notes on the two countries’ ex...
Cuthbert Dube

Dube wins $3m salary case

Paidamoyo Chipunza Health Reporter Premier Service Medical Aid Society was yesterday ordered to pay ousted former group chief executive Dr Cuthbert Dube more than $3 million in salary arrears which a...
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Govt, World Bank in $6,5m industry project

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Government is working with the World Bank on a $6,5 million programme to improve industrial productivity and business competitiveness. President Mugabe revealed t...
RAINING

Wet conditions to persist: Met Dept

Elita Chikwati and Diana Nherera Wet conditions being experienced in most parts of the country are set to persist as farmers express mixed feelings over the late rains. Some farmers have welcomed the...
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50 eye Clerk of Parliament’s post

Herald Reporter Fifty candidates are eyeing the post of Clerk of Parliament that fell vacant in November last year following the retirement of Mr Austin Zvoma. National Assembly Speaker Advocate Jaco...
Heribert Adam and Kogila Moodley say the responses to the horrendous attacks on foreigners are highly revealing of the national consciousness - proudlyAfrikaner

Sadc urged to dialogue

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Sadc countries, whose citizens have been affected by xenophobic attacks in South Africa, should not retaliate, but must engage Pretoria to end the problem, a top dipl...
Thokozani Khupe

Another split looms in MDC-T

Bulawayo Bureau THE MDC-T may be headed for another split after its deputy president Thokozani Khupe yesterday allegedly organised protests in Bulawayo against party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s decisi...
NAOMI GARUSA THE MURDERED VICTIM

Xenophobia: Zim woman decapitated

Lovemore Mataire Senior Reporter A Zimbabwean woman, Mrs Naume Garusa (41), has become the latest victim of horrific xenophobic attacks after her body was found with her head decapitated following vi...
President Putin

Russia hails Zim

Herald Reporter Russian President Mr Vladimir Putin has sent a congratulatory message to President Mugabe on the occasion of Zimbabwe’s 35th Independence anniversary.
President Mugabe flanked by First Lady Amai  Grace Mugabe and Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Dr Lazarus Dokora (left) follow proceedings at the children`s party at the City Sports Centre in Harare recently

Zanu-PF slams privately owned media

Herald Reporter ZANU-PF has castigated the private media for creating convenient platforms for expelled members to continue peddling falsehoods and vitriol against President Mugabe and the First Lady

Ambassador calls for calm

Fidelis Munyoro Herald Reporter United Nations High Commission for Refugees has expressed disquiet over xenophobic attacks in South Africa in the past three weeks that have left six people dead and d...
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Mahofa, Chingwizi villagers clash

George Maponga in Masvingo Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Senator Shuvai Mahofa is on a collision course with nearly 3 000 Tokwe-Mukosi flood victims at Nuanetsi Ranch who have put conditions f...
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Unpacking #1980sofarsogood

Susan Nyabunze THE INTERVIEW TODAY Zimbabwe celebrates 35 years of Independence. The trending motif of this year’s celebrations has been #1980sofarsogood. Our reporter Susan Nyabunze (SN) caught up w...
US Dollars

$1,5m boost for food security

Herald Reporters Japan has donated $1,5 million to support a UN World Food Programme (WFP) relief operation to help people facing food shortages owing to drought that ravaged most parts of the countr...
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1 000 SA victims to return home

Thupeyo Muleya, Lovemore Mataire and Nyemudzai Kakore The repatriation of over 1 000 Zimbabweans displaced in escalating xenophobic attacks in Durban is expected to start tomorrow, the country’s envo...