Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa

ED speaks on Govt, JSC row

Takunda Maodza recently in Geneva, Switzerland— ACTING President Emmerson Mnangagwa has described as “a storm in a tea cup” the row over plans by Government to amend the Constitution to allow t...
VP Mphoko

VP Mphoko launches appeal for flood victims

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Zimbabwe yesterday launched a $200 million domestic and international appeal for humanitarian assistance for victims of flooding caused by Cyclone Dineo, which le...
The late Apostle Chiriseri

Chiriseri corpse robber dies

Whinsley Masara Bulawayo Bureau A COP who was set to appear in court for allegedly robbing Apostle Charles Chiriseri’s corpse of $200 has died after he was hit by a car at a roadblock. Mkhokheli Mpof...
Adv Dinha

Dinha raps NewsDay over First Lady report

Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe was legally offered land near her Children’s Home in Mazowe contrary to claims by the NewsDay that she grabbed the Arnold farm, an official ha...
dangerous weapons

Police issue weapons ban

The Zimbabwe Republic Police yesterday invoked the Public Order and Security Act and imposed a ban on carrying of dangerous weapons in public for the next three months in Harare Central District and ...

300k households to get solar power

Walter Nyamukondiwa in MHONDORO At least 300 000 rural households are set to be solar-powered under a $4 million facility aimed at eliminating use of non-renewable energy sources. The project roll-ou...

Govt, firm ink $7m power plant deal

From George Maponga in Masvingo Government has sealed a $7 million agreement for the contractor at Tokwe-Mukosi Dam to start civil works on the planned mini-hydro power plant that will generate elect...
gunpoint

Six battle for life after shoot out

From George Maponga in Masvingo Six Mashava men are battling for life at Masvingo General Hospital after they were allegedly shot and seriously injured following a dispute over the control of the gol...
VP Mphoko

Govt loses $80k as youths skip to SA

Pamela Shumba:Bulawayo Bureau THE majority of youths in Tsholotsho who received loans from Government to start income generating projects skipped the country and headed to South Africa resulting in o...
The “experts” have gone quiet except for coy admonitions to Mangudya against overheating the printing press

RBZ reassures tobacco farmers

Zvamaida Murwira:Senior Reporter The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) yesterday said it had moved in to address bottlenecks that arose last week, that saw some tobacco farmers withdrawing $300 instead ...
Beitbridge Border ost has become a haven for corruption among Customs, Immigration, Police and other senior Government officials, who between tem pocket a cool R600 000 a day, according to conservative estimates

SA introduces biometric system

Thupeyo Muleya:Beitbridge Bureau South Africa has introduced a biometric capturing system for travellers visiting or leaving that country via Beitbridge Border Post.
Lion

Stray lion terrorises villagers

Noah Pito Noah Pito in Hurungwe ONE of the two stray lions that terrorised parts of Hurungwe West, killing 11 cattle and two donkeys over the past three weeks has continued to cause havoc in the area...