Siamese twins still in hospital

Herald Reporters The Siamese twins who were successfully operated on at Harare Children’s Hospital recently are responding well to treatment although they are still admitted in the Intensive Care Uni...

Mpofu appoints new Zinara, Airzim boards

Herald Reporter Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Dr Obert Mpofu appointed a new Zimbabwe National Roads Authority board yesterday to be headed by Mr Albert Mugabe in an acting capac...
Mr Pasi

Zimra boss speaks on tax blitz

Peter Matambanadzo Senior Reporter— THE ongoing tax blitz is neither targeted at individuals nor corporates, but it is the mandatory duty of the tax collector to plug revenue leaks, says Zimbab...
Prof Moyo

Jukwa case: Prof Moyo questioned

Lovemore Chikova News Editor— POLICE investigating the Baba Jukwa case yesterday asked Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo to help them in their invest...
Peter Chingoka

LATEST: Chingoka quits

Peter Chingoka, the long-serving Zimbabwe Cricket chairman, has quit his post. Chingoka broke the news to ZC leaders at a meeting in Harare yesterday. A full statement from ZC is expected to be annou...

Solidarity march for Palestine

Nyasha Weluzani Herald Reporter Scores of people yesterday converged in the Africa Unity Square in solidarity with Palestinian people who are being bombarded daily by Israeli troops in a brutal milit...

Parly nullifies cellphone, bank laws

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Parliament yesterday protected the privacy of cellphone users by outlawing legal provisions empowering the police to approach a mobile service provider to access info...

President to launch teacher programme

Herald Reporter President Mugabe is today expected to officially launch the Capacity Development Programme for Teachers to provide opportunities for teachers to improve their skills. Addressing a Pre...
Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Ignatius Chombo

Govt eyes $25m Zupco bus deal

Herald Reporter— GOVERNMENT is negotiating a US$25 million loan agreement with the Eximbank of India to buy 500 buses to revive the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company’s operations. Local Governm...
Ms Navi Pillay

UN probes Israeli war crimes in Gaza

THE United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) yesterday resolved to launch an international inquiry into human rights violations committed during Israel’s barbaric military offensive in Gaza amid w...