First Lady Amai Mugabe

Govt dismisses Mazowe Dam takeover story

Herald Reporter Government has dismissed as mischievous and false a story carried last Friday by a privately owned weekly — Zimbabwe Independent — claiming that First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe has taken...
Cde Muchinguri

Govt stops ZimParks funding

Talent Hwari Herald Reporter Government has stopped funding the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority and expects it to operate as a commercial entity.
People wash their faces with water to dilute tear smoke during a flopped MDC-T demonstration in Harare yesterday

UPDATED: MDC-T demo flops

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter AN illegal demonstration against the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission by the MDC-T Youth Assembly in Harare failed dismally yesterday.
Mr Pawadyira

Graves scandal rocks Chitungwiza

Lovemore Meya Herald Correspondent The rot at Chitungwiza Municipality continues to raise a stink amid indications that suspended councillors allocated relatives and party members free graves when th...
Clr Manyenyeni

Cash-strapped councils turn to Zesa

Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter Cash-strapped urban local authorities, who are owed a combined more than $1 billion by ratepayers, have asked Government to allow them to use the Zesa prepaid platfor...
Dr Gwinji

Govt steps up war against tuberculosis

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter Government, in partnership with the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, has embarked on a national training of health experts in analy...
Vice President  Emmerson Mnangagwa delivers a keynote address at the launch of Business Weekly, a new title in the Zimpapers stable, in Harare last night.

Zimpapers launches Business Weekly

Herald Reporters ZIMPAPERS yesterday launched a weekly business publication, Business Weekly, as the media group continues to implement various growth strategies and enhance its dominance on the loca...
Mr Diza

Magistrate Diza retires

Nyore Madzianike Herald Reporter Norton resident magistrate Mr Never Hazviitiki Diza has retired after serving the Judicial Service Commission for 34 years. He joined the JSC in December 1983 and ser...