Prophet Magaya

Magaya wins top award

Roselyne Sachiti Features Editor Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder Prophet Walter Magaya has been voted as the most influential young Zimbabwean under the age of 40 for 2017 by a l...
Dr Dokora

Support ICT in schools, corporates urged

Lovemore Meya Herald Correspondent Government has urged the corporate world to help equip schools with Information Communication Technology (ICT) hardware as the sector has become an integral part of...
Minister Kasukuwere

Bankers donate to flood victims

Freeman Razemba Senior Reporter The Bankers Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ) last week donated a solar-powered borehole worth over $19 200 to flood victims in Tsholotsho. Last year, many families were l...
Netone

NetOne unveils $100k promotion

Herald Reporter Mobile telecommunications giant NetOne has unveiled a $100 000 promotion as part of festivities to mark its 21 years of existence. Through the recently launched promotion, the company...
Dr Parirenyatwa

Govt allays ARVs shortage fears

Herald Reporter Government has assured the nation that the country has enough stocks of anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs), with the available supplies enough to last the next 10 months. Health and Child C...
Cde Chipanga

Youth League questions Barclays deal

Darlington Musarurwa Deputy News Editor The Zanu-PF Youth League continues to question the acquisition of Barclays Zimbabwe by a foreign firm, saying this is not in the best economic interests of the...
Harare Institute of Technology graduates celebrate after being capped by the Chancellor of the Institute President Mugabe in Harare yesterday. — Picture by Munyaradzi Chamalimba

President caps 418 HIT graduates

Herald Reporter PRESIDENT Mugabe yesterday capped 418 Harare Institute of Technology (HIT) graduates at a colourful ceremony held at the university campus. The students were drawn from the school of ...
-BVR

ZEC starts door-to-door BVR campaigns

Nqobile Tshili Bulawayo Bureau The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has started door-to-door campaigns to encourage people to take advantage of the mobile Biometric Voter Registration exercise whi...
Minister Mushohwe

‘Use social media wisely’

Tendai Mugabe and Melissa Makoto Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Dr Chris Mushohwe has urged Zimbabweans to constructively use social media for national development. He said the...
Retrieved landmines ready to be destroyed

Japan injects $2m towards de-mining

Tedious Manyepo Herald Reporter Japan has pledged to continue availing funds for the removal of landmines around Zimbabwe’s borders till the country is free from the menace. The Asian country has to ...
dollars

Zanu-PF seeks $6,4m for indaba

Richard Muponde Gwanda Correspondent About $6,4 million is needed to prepare the venue for the 17th zanu-pf Annual National People’s Conference scheduled for Gwanda in December. Matabeleland South ha...
Comm-Gen Zimondi

Prisoners enjoy rare quality family time

Freeman Razemba Crime Reporter INMATES at various prisons in Harare have welcomed the newly-introduced Family Week, which is designed to allow them more time with their visiting relatives and friends...