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3 days ago | November 19, 2018

Mutsvangwa told to fight his own battles

ZIMBABWE National Liberation War Veterans’ Association secretary-general Cde Victor Matemadanda says the association’s ...

Funeral assurers defy IPEC directive

JUST three out of a total of nine funeral assurance companies are compliant with regulatory minimum capital levels, ...

‘Economy on sound footing’- Cross scoffs at doomsayers

The country’s economy is on a sound footing due to Government policy initiatives that have seen growth in the GDP and ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Budget: Defining week for Prof Ncube

There is no doubt that this is a defining week for Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube. It ...

‘Trade in forex, pay tax in forex’

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority has directed businesses that are trading in multi-currencies to remit taxes in the same ...

New law okays seizure of ill-gotten wealth

Herald Reporter President Mnangagwa on Friday last week gazetted the Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) (Amendment ...

Vulnerable to get food aid

Government will provide food aid to vulnerable households in light of reduced yields that may occur due to the drought ...

‘I didn’t insult supporters’

MDC-Alliance president Mr Nelson Chamisa went back to his old ways of lying yesterday when he denied that he called his ...

5 days ago | November 17, 2018

President arrives in Addis for AU talks

President Mnangagwa yesterday evening arrived here for the 11th Extraordinary Session of the Assembly of the African ...

Get tough on graft, courts told

CHIEF Justice Luke Malaba yesterday breathed fire over some magistrates’ lackadaisical approach to high-profile ...

President officially launches ZNDU

President Mnangagwa yesterday officially launched the Zimbabwe National Defence University and implored the institution ...

Ginimbi denied bail

Daniel Nemukuyu and Panashe Machakaire Harare businessman Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure, accused of fraud, tax evasion and ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: ZADHR shaming medical profession

There is no dispute that the six bodies had bullet wounds, what is in dispute is who did the shooting.

US$475 000 for Great Zimbabwe restoration

The United States Government, through the Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP), recently availed US$475 ...

Sanctions must go: Church leaders

Churches in Zimbabwe have urged Western countries to consider removing crippling sanctions imposed on the country, ...