8 hours ago | February 23, 2018

UPDATED: Govt reverses CBD kombi ban

GOVERNMENT has reversed a decision by MDC-T-led Harare City Council to ban commuter omnibuses from the central business district (CBD), saying the hurried move was not in the interests of the ...

One killed, two injured in city clashes

AT least one person was killed, while two others were seriously injured yesterday evening in Harare when police clashed with commuters in the central business district (CBD).

Switzerland hails ED

President Mnangagwa’s promises on economic development and governance issues will bring prosperity to Zimbabwe if they are followed through, outgoing Switzerland Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ms Ruth ...

I’m the MDC-T boss: Khupe

MDC-T co-vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe yesterday insisted she was the party’s acting president as per the constitution and that anyone claiming the position was violating the rule book.

16 hours ago | February 22, 2018

Commuters disgruntled over Council’s decision to ban kombis

Commuters in Harare have expressed disapproval of the decision by the Harare City Council to ban commuter omnibuses from dropping off passengers at ranks in the Central Business District.

JUST IN: Chinese nationals, Zim accomplice face attempted murder charge

TWO Chinese nationals and their Zimbabwean accomplice have appeared in court facing attempted murder charges after they shot two people whom they suspected to be part of a gang of robbers they ...

JUST IN: Madzibaba Gathry’s application thrown out

HIGH Court judge Justice Clemence Phiri has thrown out Gathry Chiredzero’s freedom bid on charges of breaching President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s security using a fake Central Intelligence ...

Industry revival, jobs top priority

THE revival of large domestic industries in the mining, agriculture and manufacturing sectors tops the agenda for the Executive as Government seeks to transform the economy and create jobs, ...

Gutu quits ‘violent’ MDC-T

MDC-T spokesperson Mr Obert Gutu has quit the party which has been rocked by violence and heated leadership disputes following the death of its leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai.

SA minister spells need to boost relations

SOUTH Africa is committed to working with Zimbabwe in strengthening economic ties to ensure development in both countries, South Africa’s Minister of Transport Joe Maswanganyi has said.