We’ll win back Byo seats: Chipanga

Nduduzo Tshuma Bulawayo BUreau ZANU-PF will not only romp to victory in the 2018 elections, but will win back seats from areas like Bulawayo where the party has performed badly in previous years, a s...

Chinhoyi in $2,4m salary arrears

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau Chinhoyi Municipality owes workers $2,4 million in salary arrears and has no capacity to offset the debt as it is collecting only $300 000 a month. It requires $38...
Minister Kasukuwere

Govt seeks residents support over park sale

Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter— Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere is seeking residents’ input over the sale of a part of Harare Gardens to hospit...
Chitungwiza Municipality

Normalcy returns to Chitungwiza

Lovemore Meya Herald Correspondent It was business as usual yesterday at the cash-strapped Chitungwiza Municipality after the local authority started getting back its attached property. This follows ...
Mr Mushore

Blundering council costs ratepayers $1m

Herald Reporter The blundering MDC-T-led Harare City Council is set to cost ratepayers over $1 million after making flawed decisions on the contracts of its two former senior employees. The city was ...
Dr Kamba

Kamba laid to rest

Herald Reporter Dr Angeline Kamba, the first black Zimbabwean to head the National Archives and widow of the first black Vice Chancellor of the University of Zimbabwe Professor Walter Kamba, was buri...
Legislators follow proceedings during the first sitting of the First Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe while standing in the aisles owing to an acute shortage of sitting space in the National Assembly yesterday.

Parliament resumes sitting

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Both Houses of Parliament resume sitting today after a brief one-week break following the official opening of the Fifth Session of the Eighth Parliament by Presid...

Media urged to embrace Pan Africanism

Sifelani Tsiko recently in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia The media in Africa has been urged to embrace Pan-African values that advance local innovations and solutions that can help the continent to attain fo...

Disaster alert tech system unveiled

Mukudzei Chingwere Midlands Bureau The Meteorological Services Department has introduced a disaster alert technology system that will intermittently interrupt signals on radio stations whenever there...

Screen health workers for TB: Govt

Joyce Mukucha Herald Reporter Health workers should be screened periodically for tuberculosis as a prevention strategy, a Government official has said. Health and Child Care principal director (curat...

ICT device boost for farmers

Elita Chikwati Senior Reporter FARMERS can now monitor their farming operations even when they are not on the farm, thanks to an innovation by a local technology company, Rubiem Group.

NRZ investors fret over delays

Darlington Musarurwa Deputy News Editor NATIONAL Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) investors are fretting over endless delays in consummating the deal, especially after being announced as the preferred part...
Mr Chideme

Massive water disconnections loom

Herald Reporter Massive water disconnections are looming in Harare as the city is trying to force residents to pay their bills after companies which supply water chemicals to the local authority noti...
Minister Mandiwanzira

Mat South boosts network connectivity

Herald Reporter Government has intervened to address poor network connectivity in Matabeleland South Province with a team of mobile service providers descending on the provincial capital of Gwanda to...