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23 hours ago | February 17, 2020

Rural war damage costs $75m: Huge drive to restore amenities

THE cost of rebuilding the war-ravaged tribal trust lands has been conservatively estimated at $75 million, but plans to ...

4 days ago | February 14, 2020

Lovers say it with fewer flowers on Valentine’s Day

The Herald, 15 February, 1996 THERE were definitely fewer people carrying flowers in the city centre yesterday, compared ...

5 days ago | February 13, 2020

Mandela release not end of apartheid

The Herald, 11, 12, 13 February, 1990 ZIMBABWE welcomes the release of the ANC leader, Cde Nelson Mandela from 27 years ...

6 days ago | February 12, 2020

The Chieza family’s remarkable soccer history

The Herald, 7 March, 1980 PATRICK CHIEZA, the 21-year-old centre-back who has secured a regular first team position in ...

7 days ago | February 11, 2020

2 000 back to work – but bread strike goes on

The Herald, 25 March, 1980 STRIKERS at nine concerns have gone back to work, a spokesman for the Ministry of Labour and ...

1 week ago | February 10, 2020

1 000 idle farms sought from Govt

AFRICAN farmers are to ask Mr Mugabe’s incoming Government to grant them 1 000 commercial farms from the land at present ...

2 weeks ago | February 7, 2020

(Looking Back) – Ministers warn of big crackdown on smuggling

IN a move to control rising foreign currency and gems smuggling, the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr Richard Hove, ...

2 weeks ago | February 6, 2020

Locusts cut food output in West African states

The Herald, 3 December, 1987 LATE rains as well as locusts and grasshoppers have reduced food output in the sub-Saharan ...

2 weeks ago | February 5, 2020

(Looking Back) – Zambian tourists flood in

ZAMBIA may have overtaken South Africa as the largest source of tourists to Zimbabwe, according to the monthly migration ...

2 weeks ago | February 4, 2020

‘Liberation’ of South West Africa a top priority

The Herald, 1 April, 1980 THE impending independence of Zimbabwe has paved the way for black Africa to divert both ...

2 weeks ago | February 3, 2020

Gift of building materials will end school’s hot-seating

THE problem of hot-seating will soon end for pupils of Chivake Primary School in Marondera, thanks to a Z$9 000 gift of ...

3 weeks ago | January 31, 2020

Plan to aid farmers hit by the war an obligation: Norman

The Herald, 30 March, 1980 THE Minister of Agriculture, Mr Denis Norman, hopes to introduce a “rehabilitation fund” to ...

3 weeks ago | January 30, 2020

Rhodesia dropped from title

The Herald, 29 March 1980 RHODESIA’S national broadcasting corporation yesterday changed its name from the Zimbabwe ...

3 weeks ago | January 27, 2020

Mugabe chooses national flag

The Herald, 27 March, 1980 THE design of the new national flag features a gold Zimbabwe bird on a red five-pointed star. ...

4 weeks ago | January 23, 2020

What letters will replace our RSR?

The Herald, 21 March, 1980 ZIMBABWE must obviously get its own international registration letters to replace RSR. But, ...