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3 hours ago | April 3, 2020

US$2,2bn assistance needed

Zimbabwe needs US$2,2 billion worth of humanitarian aid over the next 12 months, with over two thirds for drought relief ...

Alcohol sales banned

POLICE have banned the sale of alcohol in retail outlets countrywide in the wake of the 21-day national lockdown to ...

Zimbabwe confirms 9th Covid-19 case

One more person has tested positive to Covid-19, bringing to nine the total number of confirmed cases in the country, ...

President briefs traditional, religious leaders on Covid-19

President Mnangagwa yesterday met national executive members of the Zimbabwe Chiefs Council and representatives of ...

Clean-up restricted to immediate environs

President Mnangagwa is not scheduled to join any community in today’s monthly national clean-up campaign, but the ...

Taskforce satisfied with public compliance

The Inter-Ministerial Taskforce on Covid-19 has applauded the public’s high level compliance with Government’s directive ...

Wilkins ready to handle Covid-19

Wilkins Infectious Diseases Hospital in Harare is now in a better position to handle Covid-19 cases and is ready to open ...

Day 4: Police arrest 485

Police have arrested 485 people countrywide for failing to abide by restrictions outlined by President Mnangagwa last ...

Italian on chartered plane fails to enter SA

South African authorities are investigating how a private plane from Zimbabwe landed at Johannesburg’s OR Tambo ...

Editorial Comment: Amnesty spells need for sentence reforms

Amnesty can be difficult to calculate as the several pardons Zimbabwean Presidents have proclaimed since independence ...

Zimpapers FY19 profit jumps

Integrated media company, Zimbabwe Newspapers Limited, posted an after tax profit of $67,7 million for the year to ...

More docs to offer free services

The number of Zimbabwean medical practitioners willing to offer free consultations over the phone during the 21-day ...

Chitungwiza residents sue council over water

Chitungwiza Residents’ Trust (Chitrest) has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court seeking a provisional ...

The end of football’s gravy train?

THE collapse of a French TV football deal, which could affect the capacity of clubs like Lyon to pay Tino Kadewere his ...

RTG to focus on expansion

LISTED hospitality and leisure group, Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG), says it will be directing its focus and resources ...