President Mugabe meets Egyptian president Abdul Fattah al-Sisi who paid a courtesy call on him at his hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia yesterday. - (picture by Presidential photographer Joseph Nyadzayo)

President, Egyptian leader hold talks

From Caesar Zvayi in ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia President Mugabe on Thursday met Egyptian president Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, who paid a courtesy call on him at his hotel, the first such meeting between the t...

Sadc ready to flex muscles on DRC

From Caesar Zvayi  in ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia SADC is now prepared to enforce military action to deal with rebels destabilising the eastern parts of DRC where FDLR rebels have failed to meet their ceas...

Nomination court sits

Herald Reporters Five candidates have been nominated to contest in the parliamentary by-elections for Chirumanzu-Zibagwe constituency, while four candidates successfully filed their papers to contest...
Dr Mangudya

No pay rises this year: RBZ chief

Cletus Mushanawani ZIMBABWEANS should not expect salary increases this year because the economy cannot sustain them, Reserve Bank Governor Dr John Mangudya has said.
Deputy Minister Kanengoni-Malinga

Time up for Zifa board

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter GOVERNMENT has cranked up pressure on the embattled ZIFA board after Sport, Arts and Culture Deputy Minister Tabitha Kanengoni-Malinga told Parliament yesterday that ...
Cde Mutasa

Politburo orders Mutasa probe

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday set up a six-member national disciplinary committee to immediately deliberate on the fate of former secretary for Administration C...
Cuthbert Dube

Dube lost in his reclusive world

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor EMBATTLED ZIFA president Cuthbert Dube has mourned about the lack of Government support, in defence of his abysmal record in charge of domestic football in the pas...

‘Give pupils condoms’

Bulawayo Bureau Schoolchildren should be given contraceptives, the Government body charged with family planning said yesterday, in a move likely to torch a storm.