Arsene Wenger

Wenger hits back at Mourinho

LONDON. – Arsene Wenger has suggested Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho may have stretched the truth when he said Cesc Fabregas preferred a move to Stamford Bridge over a return to the Emirates Sta...

Major-General Bandama Burial

1356: The official proceedings have ended and that brings an end to our live updates. 1330: The late Cde Bandama’s wife, Florence, receives the national flag from President Mugabe. 1328: Presid...

Thousands mourn national hero

Herald Reporter Thousands of Zimbabweans from across the country, yesterday thronged the National Heroes Acre to pay their last respects to national hero and Zanu-PF Politburo member, Cde Stanley Sak...
zanu-pf secretary for Security Cde Sydney Sekeramayi (left), national chairman Cde Simon Khaya Moyo and the revolutionary party’s Manicaland provincial chairman Cde John Mvundura console national hero Cde Stanley Sakupwanya's brother Naboth in Harare yesterday. — (Picture by Regis Nyandima)

Sakupwanya national hero

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter Zanu-PF Politburo member Cde Stanley Urayayi Sakupwanya, who died at Parirenyatwa Hospital on Tuesday night, has been declared a national hero and will be buried at the ...

Zimpost invests in automation

Zimpost has embarked on a project to automate its systems so that the company can move to do more of e-based services for government and the private sector such as e-commerce, money transfers and e-g...
westernmedia

Western media have short memories

Finian Cunningham Watching or listening to Western news media is a bit like observing goldfish swimming around in a glass bowl. Scientists reckon that so short is the memory of these fish that by the...
Mabvuku residents carry buckets of water fetched from a nearby borehole yesterday as their taps are dry. — (Picture by Ruvimbo Chakanyuka)

53 treated for diarrhoea in Mabvuku

David Shumba Herald Reporter At least 53 people were treated for diarrhoea and discharged at clinics in Mabvuku over the past week, but city officials have allayed fears of an outbreak of the disease...

Africa: US military’s next frontier

Joeva Rock As the world remains transfixed by the kidnapping of almost 300 Nigerian girls, there have been increasing calls for international intervention in the effort to rescue them. But what many ...

Cameroon strike yet again

YAOUNDE. — Cameroon’s World Cup squad was late yesterday scheduled to board their flight to Brazil after having refused to get on an earlier flight in a strike over their payment for the tournament, ...
cde shamu

LIVE BLOG: Cde Shamuyarira burial

1418: The proceedings have ended here at the National Heroes Acre and the first family is now leaving. That ends to our updates. 1352: President Mugabe hands the national flag to Cde Shamuyarira̵...

Has the US been outwitted in Egypt?

Dilip Hiro In this drama, barely noticed by the American media, Uncle Sam’s keystone ally in the Arab world, Egypt, like Saudi Arabia, has largely turned its back on the Obama administration. As with...
NIGERIA-KIDNAPPED-GIRLS

Time Africa came to the party

Raynard Jackson Correspondent The recent kidnapping of the Nigerian schoolgirls has been all over the news which is a good thing. We need to take the emotion out of this issue and have a heart-to-hea...
Enter5

Beverly steals the show

Brenda Phiri Entertainment Reporter BEVERLY “Bev” Sibanda proved popular at the Samba Night that took place at Airport Lounge on Friday night. The “No Under-21” show saw mostly male revellers scrambl...
Minister Mombeshora

‘No offer letter, no land’

George Maponga The Interview There has been a resurgence in illegal farm occupations as hunger for land continues to grow among indigenous Zimbabweans. In Chiredzi, over 600 landless villagers and wa...
Reserve Bank Governor Dr. John Mangudya

BAR TALK: Open letter to the new governor

Dear Dr Mangudya, First of all, we would like to congratulate you on your appointment to the hot seat. We will not join the muttering voices who have been asking why you are the latest in the line of...