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2 days ago | January 21, 2019

JUST IN: Five die in road accident

Five people – four men and a woman – died last night in an accident involving a Toyota Wish travelling from Chegutu to ...

JUST IN: President heading home

President Mnangagwa is on his way home after a meeting this morning with President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan in ...

Police ready to deal with demos

Security forces are “firmly on the ground” to ensure Zimbabweans go about their normal business undisturbed following ...

Kazakhs warm up to Zimbabwe

Kazakhstan’S leading businesspeople and industrialists have responded positively to President Mnangagwa’s call for them ...

Zupco bus timetables released

Government has mobilised more than 140 buses that will carry passengers for $1 per trip in and around Harare starting ...

Help for victims of looting

GOVERNMENT will find ways to assist businesses restock following widespread looting and destruction of shops during last ...

‘We’re determined to improve quality, standards of living’

The following is a transcript of the address delivered by President Mnangagwa at his meeting with representatives of the ...

Violent protests: Hundreds lose jobs

INDUSTRY and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu has said hundreds of people lost their jobs as a result of last week’s ...

ZHRC condemns looters

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission has condemned the violence and destruction that happened during last week’s ...

Govt steps up fight against armyworm

Government has come to the rescue of farmers in Manicaland by providing pesticides to control the outbreak of the ...

Buhera dam should cater for tourism: Chinamasa

MAROWANYATI Dam in Buhera, whose construction is almost complete, should not be restricted to agricultural production ...

Violence witnesses scared to testify

TWO State witnesses in the case of MDC-Alliance Member of Parliament for Chiwundura Livingstone Chiminya’s alleged ...

Mutare City Council tackles legacy issues

MUTARE City Council has taken strides to resolve legacy issues left by the previous administration that have been ...

Service station besieged for refusing to sell fuel

A fuel station owner in Gweru had to scurry for cover as motorists were baying for his blood for refusing to sell fuel ...

Farmers urged to continue planting despite erratic rains

Farmers in the Midlands province have been urged to continue planting despite erratic rainfall patterns.