LOOKING BACK

23 mins ago | May 19, 2022

Husband granted divorce on grounds of adultery

SHORTLY after his wife began work at a club, she began talking of a “wonderful” man she had met, a man told Justice ...

1 day ago | May 18, 2022

Catchment areas to be reclaimed

The chairman of the Natural Resources Board, Mr JJ Duvenage, announced at the ICA conference that the Government has ...

2 days ago | May 17, 2022

Rhodesia must train more technologists for progress – Malvern

The Rhodesia Herald,  May 17, 1967   RHODESIA, a developing country of almost unbounded potential, realises that unless ...

3 days ago | May 16, 2022

US soccer refs arrange ‘fouls’ to fit in TV commercials

The Rhodesia Herald, May 16, 1967  A YORKSHIRE-BORN referee, Mr P. Rhodes, said today that 11 out of 12 “fouls” he gave ...

6 days ago | May 13, 2022

Women are superior to men, says anthropologist

The female of the species is not only deadly - she is by nature superior to the male. This is what a Johannesburg ...

1 week ago | May 11, 2022

New York detective arrests penguin

The Rhodesia Herald, May 11, 1965  NEW YORK. – A penguin riding a New York underground train was taken into ...

1 week ago | May 10, 2022

Boy killed by First World War shell

The Rhodesia Herald, May 10, 1965 A EUROPEAN boy was killed and another injured when a shell from the First World War ...

1 week ago | May 9, 2022

Hotels to discuss imported liquor shortage

THE worsening shortage of whisky, wines, and imported liquor is to be discussed at a meeting of the Hotel Association of ...

2 weeks ago | May 6, 2022

Pirate taxis warned of clampdown

The Herald, May 6, 1981  THE Government is to clamp down on pirate taxis and the illegal hawking of opaque beer in the ...

2 weeks ago | May 5, 2022

Nhiwatiwa wants to leave ‘bonsella’ for mothers-to-be

PREGNANT women should be able to get financial assistance while on maternity leave, the Deputy Minister of Community ...

2 weeks ago | May 4, 2022

Trade Fair deals run into millions

The ZIMBABWE International Trade Fair has been a resounding success, both in terms of business and future prospects, the ...

2 weeks ago | May 3, 2022

20-strong field for record Castle Tankard

The Herald, May 3, 1980  JUST after 3.15pm, the 20-strong field will jump off for the start of Zimbabwe’s richest tough ...

2 weeks ago | May 2, 2022

Government to crackdown on prices – PM

THE Government is to acquire powers to regulate prices in an effort to check “thieving” businessmen charging people ...

3 weeks ago | April 29, 2022

Workers’ Day is for all Zimbabweans, says Kangai

The Herald, April 29, 1983 THE Prime Minister, Cde Mugabe, heads the list of ministers and deputy ministers addressing ...

3 weeks ago | April 28, 2022

Human hen takes chicks to her bosom

The Herald April 28, 1983 “IF a hen can do it, why not a human being?” asked Mrs Esther Rumaisa. She put it to the test ...