A Zimbabwe Republic Police pick-up truck that was torched by rowdy MDC-T youths during an illegal demonstration in Harare yesterday,

Violence, looting in MDC-T demo

Freeman Razemba : Crime Reporter Property worth thousands of dollars was destroyed, while two pick-up trucks belonging to the police and the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation were burnt to shells by ...

Sierra Leone VP meets President

Herald Reporters Sierra Leone Vice President Victor Bockarie Foh arrived in Zimbabwe yesterday evening to officially open the 106th edition of the Harare Agricultural Show today.
precious shumba

Council swoops on defaulters property

Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter AT least 350 residents had their vehicles and household property attached and auctioned after failing to pay bills and settle their debts as Harare City Council ...
Dozens of vehicles were reduced  to shells after a veld fire destroyed Kashitiga Garage in Harare yesterday. — (Picture by Tawanda Mudimu)

Veld fire guts 18 vehicles

Fungai Lupande and Magaret Matibiri Eighteen vehicles worth thousands of dollars were yesterday burnt to shells by veld fire at a garage along Seke Road amid reports that Harare Fire Brigade official...
Deputy MInister  Zhanda

Govt scraps 8 000 posts

Bulawayo Bureau THE Government has abolished more than 8 000 posts in the Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development as the Public Service Commission (PSC) implements recommend...
Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Joram Gumbo, Gieger International Chairman Mr Erik Geiger (left) and China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd representative Mr Vincent Wang sign a framework agreement for the rehabilitation and dualisation of the Beitbridge-Harare –Chirundu highway including Harare Drive Ring Road at his Kaguvi Building offices in Harare yesterday. — (Picture by Munyaradzi Chamalimba)

Govt seals multi-lateral road deal

Samantha Chigogo Herald Correspondent Zimbabwe yesterday signed a “framework agreement,” with an Austrian construction firm Geiger International and a Chinese Company, China Harbour Engineering (CHEC...

Cop gives prostitute uniform as surety

George Maponga Masvingo Bureau A junior policeman here reportedly hired a prostitute for a one-night-stand and gave her his service uniform as surety after failing to raise her $20 charge.
Johannes Tomana

Tomana wins bail appeal

Chief Court Reporter The High Court has reversed the magistrates’ court decision to place suspended Prosecutor-General Johannes Tomana on bail on fresh charges of criminal abuse of office.

Fresh fuel scam rocks CMED

Freeman Razemba Crime Reporter Senior CMED (Pvt) Ltd officials have been accused of collecting fuel from the National Oil Infrastructure Company (NOIC) reportedly for Government business, only to div...

Zim scores big against measles

Paidamoyo Chipunza and Abigail Mawonde Zimbabwe has reached a milestone in its fight against measles with revelations immunisation coverage is now 94 percent from 50 percent in 2005, according to a r...
Cde Muduviri

Thumbs-up for command agric

Herald Reporter INDIGENOUS business people have thrown their weight behind command agriculture saying the scheme will stimulate economic growth and uplift the livelihoods of the majority.
Vice President responsible for the Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs portfolio Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa exchanges MOU documents on the transfer of offenders between Zimbabwe and Mozambique with his Mozambican counterpart Honourable Isaque Chande  in Harare yesterday. — (Picture by John Manzongo)

Zim, Mozambique sign deal on prisoners

Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter— Zimbabwe and Mozambique yesterday signed a Memorandum of Agreement that will see prisoners from either country being repatriated to serve their jail sentences in th...