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1 day ago | October 23, 2019

Zupco, NRZ ready for anti-sanctions march

The Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO) and the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) yesterday indicated that they ...

Grieving Dodo stands tall in hour of tragedy

DARLINGTON DODO has scaled mountains just to win acceptance, but if he can mastermind a victory over Chicken Inn today, ...

Norton firms seek ring-fenced power

Business entities in Norton, large and small-scale firms, have offered to pay their electricity bills in foreign ...

Editorial Comment: We say no to US version of liberalism

In Monday’s edition of The Herald, we carried a story cementing the view that most Western governments that claim to ...

Govt red tape frustrates Russian investors — envoy

Zimbabwe has potential to lure more Russian investors if it eradicates bureaucracy, Harare’s representative in Moscow ...

Door-to-door HIV survey next month

Zimbabwe has joined five other African countries in conducting a door-to-door national HIV and Aids survey aimed at ...

Mupfumira trial date set

The court has set November 4 and 5 as the trial dates for four of the nine cases that former Environment, Tourism and ...

Ex-Zinara boss name unchanged

The State yesterday told the court that former Zinara boss, Frank Chitukutuku who is facing six charges of criminal ...

‘Speak with one voice against sanctions’

ZIMBABWEANS from all walks of life should register their protest against illegal sanctions imposed by the West on ...

1 day ago | October 22, 2019

Advanced and Ordinary Level exams scheduled for October 25 to go ...

Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor Paul Mavima has advised the nation that all Advanced and Ordinary ...

Zim seeks Kenya’s help to rejoin C’wealth

Last month, President Uhuru Kenyatta addressed world leaders on the need to “restore balance in our ecosystem” at the ...

Sprint legend Artwell Mandaza dies

ARTWELL MANDAZA, the greatest sprinter to emerge from Zimbabwe, who once ran a world-record equalling 9,9 seconds in the ...

We’ll not tolerate indiscipline: ZNA

The Zimbabwe National Army will not hesitate to deal decisively with rogue members who bring its image and reputation ...

It’s just CHAN, but for Kamambo it means the world

SOMETIMES, as in Sir Alex Ferguson’s case, it needed a header from Mark Robins in an FA Cup tie in January 1990 to make ...

Zimpapers Cancer Power Walk expands

Zimpapers, the country’s largest diversified media group, will hold its annual Cancer Power Walk on November 9, in ...