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4 years ago | April 29, 2014

ZEC unveils new voting system •Polling station-based registration proposed •Diaspora voters to ...

Fellex Share Herald Reporter—- VOTERS will cast their ballots at a particular polling station within their wards instead of voting at any centre in the same area, while those in the ...

Govt orders diamond firms audit

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter—- Government has tasked the newly-appointed Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation board to audit its sole and joint venture diamond mining companies and ...

Chinese army donates to ZDF

Herald Reporter— The Chinese People’s Liberation Army yesterday donated US$4.2 million (30 million RMB) to the Zimbabwe Defence Forces. The donation will fund various army projects. ...

4 years ago | April 28, 2014

Digitilisation: viewers to buy new TV sets

Lloyd Gumbo recently in Gweru Most Zimbabweans will have to dispose of their television sets or buy the equipment that enables them to watch digitalised content when the country migrates from ...

President witnesses historic canonisation

Mabasa Sasa at Vatican City The Roman Catholic Church yesterday canonised the late popes John XXIII and John Paul II as saints of the world’s largest Christian congregation in front of an ...

Council bosses in $650k salary scam

Lovemore Meya Herald Reporter Four Chitungwiza municipality managers reportedly siphoned more than US$650 000 from the council through a suspicious slush fund account which the finance director ...

MDC-T factions cross swords, Tsvangirai group digs in, Go to court, Biti camp dares Tsvangirai

Felex Share Herald Reporter MDC-T leaders crossed swords yesterday with a faction led by Mr Morgan Tsvangirai, claiming it was still in charge of the opposition party despite suspensions ...

4 years ago | April 26, 2014

President leaves for Vatican City

Mabasa Sasa Deputy Editor President Mugabe yesterday left for Vatican City for tomorrow’s canonisation of Angelo ...

Zimbabwe open for business: President

Martin Kadzere in BULAWAYO Zimbabwe is open to investment and the country’s empowerment policy is not meant to expropriate shares held by foreign-owned companies, President Mugabe has said. ...

Ministry bans incentives

Felex Share Herald Reporter Government has banned payment of incentives to teachers by parents and guardians. This is ...