President Mugabe opens the fourth session of the eighth parliament in Harare -(Picture by Tawanda Mudimu)

LIVE BLOG: STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS

Updates by Costa Mano 1536: President Mugabe has finished his address and we also conclude our live updates. 1535: “I conclude by paying tribute to our peace loving people who have endured all ...
ZIMRA offices

Shock ghost payroll for Zimra bosses

Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter— Chartered accountants who audited Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) accounts have raised a red flag on salaries that appeared in suspended executives’ bank account...
Minister Mupfumira

Civil servants write to Govt over bonus

Felex Share Senior Reporter— Civil servants have written to the Government demanding to be furnished with dates for the payment of 2016 bonuses and salaries. The workers said they wanted their ...
Soul Jah Love

Soul Jah Love hospitalised

Tawanda Marwizi Arts Correspondent— Dancehall star Soul Jah Love born Soul Musaka who is suffering from diabetic foot ulcer has been admitted at Harare Hospital since Saturday. The diabetic “Nd...
warren-hills

Cemeteries earn city $700k

Innocent Ruwende Municipal Reporter— HARARE City Council generated revenue of more than $700 000 last year selling burial space for over 6 000 people who were buried at its cemeteries. Demand f...
Minister Dokora

$20m boost for education

Abigail Mawonde Herald Correspondent— ZIMBABWE’S education sector has received a major boost after the Global Partnership for Education last week approved a $20,6 million grant for primary and ...

Council to regularise Hopley housing scheme

Blessing Malinganiza Herald Reporter Harare City Council is set to regularise a settlement in Hopley after the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing mistakenly allocated cou...
Minister Dokora

e-recruitment for Form Ones

Abigail Mawonde Herald Reporter Government has come up with an electronic application system for Form One boarding places for 2017 as part of a raft of measures to fight corruption that for a long ti...

Girls outshine boys in Grade 7

Abigail Mawonde Herald Correspondent GIRLS performed better than boys in this year’s Grade 7 Zimbabwe School Examinations Council examinations whose results were released on Wednesday.
President Mugabe

Keep Castro’s legacy alive: President

Caesar Zvayi recently in HAVANA, Cuba PRESIDENT Mugabe has urged Zimbabwe’s diplomats in Havana to work to ensure relations with Cuba remain cordial and survive the demise of leader of the Cuban revo...
NSSA

Investment boob costs NSSA $8m

Takunda Maodza Assistant News Editor THE National Social Security Authority (NSSA) bought a Harare property for a price inflated by over $8 million in yet another investment boob bordering on corrupt...
ZIMPAPERS

Man jumps to death from moving bus

Victoria Falls Reporter— A MAN from Matobo District in Matabeleland South Province allegedly committed suicide by throwing himself headlong through the window of a moving bus near a tollgate at...