Retired Deputy Commissioner-General Innocent Matibiri

UPDATED: Govt retires 30 top cops

Freeman Razemba Crime Reporter— Government has retired over 30 senior police officers from the rank of senior assistant commissioner and above, as it moves to transform the Zimbabwe Republic Po...
President Mnangagwa

Zim to re-engage, end disputes: ED

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter— Zimbabwe will take concrete steps to re-engage with nations it had disputes with in the past and will comply with international obligations, President Mnan...
President Mnangagwa

President heads to Zambia

Samuel Kadungure Mutare Bureau— PRESIDENT Mnangagwa will today visit Zambia on the fifth leg of his tour of SADC countries to apprise his regional counterparts on political developments in Zimb...
Prof Mavima

LATEST: 2017 A’ Level results out

Abigail Mawonde Herald Correspondent The November 2017 Zimbabwe School Examinations Council Advanced Level results are out and candidates may start collecting them as from tomorrow. Primary and Secon...
President Mnangagwa

Elections in five months: President

Prosper Ndlovu in MAPUTO, Mozambique— President Mnangagwa has said Zimbabweans should brace for harmonised elections in the next five months, which should be transparent, free and fair for the ...
Khupe,Chamisa and Mudzuri-734301

MDC-T on brink of another split

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter— MDC-T is on the brink of yet another split after senior party officials from Matabeleland — led by co-vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe — boycotted the party’s...
President Mnangagwa

LATEST: President in Mozambique

Prosper Ndlovu in MAPUTO, Mozambique PRESIDENT Mnangagwa this afternoon met with his Mozambican counterpart, President Filipe Nyusi at the State House in Maputo. He also met with Mozambique former He...

$4,1m boost for parastatal reform

Darlington Musarurwa Deputy News Editor— The African Development Bank (AfDB), through the African Development Fund, has extended a $4,1 million grant to Zimbabwe, part of which will be used to ...
President Mnangagwa

Looters return millions — ED

Tendai Mugabe in WINDHOEK, Namibia Zimbabwe will never be the same again as Government is addressing all challenges facing the nation with renewed effort and vigour, President Mnangagwa has said.