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1 day ago | December 11, 2019

Heavy rains sweep off under-construction Karanda bridge

By Daniel Chigunwe Karanda Bridge deck which is under-construction was last night swept away by heavy rains that have ...

Editorial Comment: Diaspora passport move makes economic sense

Government on Monday announced that it will increase passport fees for those in the Diaspora. The decision, which is yet ...

Editorial Comment: Doctors must put country before self

News that doctors have started trooping back to work is encouraging. By Monday, 80 doctors had reported for duty while ...

Tighten security, bus crews told

Herald Reporters CROSS border bus crews have been urged to tighten security on the road through avoiding picks and drops ...

Stop illegal mining, says VP Chiwenga

Takunda Maodza Manicaland Bureau Chief Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has urged security forces to immediately take ...

Hopley, Epworth graveyards under threat

Yeukai Karengezeka and Nesia Mhaka All over the world, graveyards or cemeteries are sacred. They are serene and shielded ...

44th Cabinet meeting decisions matrix

44th Cabinet Meeting Decisions Matrix: 10th December, 2019 1. Local production of number plates as an import ...

Businesspeople cash in on indaba

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter The local business community is warming up to prospects of brisk business at the 18th ...

2 days ago | December 10, 2019

Inside Selmor, Tendai Manatsa’s affair

Hapana asina wake, hapana asina wake Mumwe akati wangu anemateya Mumwe akati wake mutsvukutsvuku Hanzi wangu ndizvo, ...

Editorial Comment: Drug smuggling a symptom of profiteering

THE organised smuggling of medical drugs is growing rapidly in Zimbabwe and is driven primarily by one factor, the huge ...

Zanu-PF indaba kicks off today

Deliberations at Zanu-PF’s 18th National People’s Conference which starts today will mainly centre on the state of the ...

Chinese firm willing to invest in Zim

A CHINESE medical oxygen engineering firm has expressed willingness to set up manufacturing plants at Zimbabwe’s five ...

SA investor makes bribery claims

A South African investor, who was recently awarded a licence for a US$250 million 100MW solar project, claims the deal ...

$110m new notes, coins in circulation

Michael Tome Business Reporter So far, $110 million in new notes and coins have been “drip-fed” into into the banking ...

Zimpapers donates to Island Hospice

Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Ltd (Zimpapers) yesterday donated $130 000 to Island Hospice Centre in Harare as part of its ...