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24 hours ago | August 23, 2019

‘Scrap info fee for journalists’

Journalists in Masvingo have recommended that the Freedom of Information Bill should ensure that fees on requesting ...

Churches condemn negative forces

Churches have condemned some foreign missions stationed in Zimbabwe for interfering in the country’s internal affairs.

City warns against illegal home industries

Harare City Council has issued a stern warning to residents who have turned their houses into mini industries or offices ...

Shiri speaks on World Ozone Day commemorations

Zimbabwe will next month join the rest of the world in commemorating the International Day for the Preservation of the ...

Customers welcome new Zesa tariff system

Masvingo residents have hailed the new electricity tariff system introduced by the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and ...

Demo snub gets thumbs up

Midlands Provincial Affairs Minister Larry Mavima has commended people here for ignoring the call to take part in ...

Harare needs $2,3bn for water

Harare needs at least US$2,3 billion to address acute water shortages through construction of dams, new water treatment ...

. . . Epworth residents cash in on shortages

Some Epworth residents are cashing in on acute water shortages in the area by selling water to their desperate neighbours.

Chitungwiza Residents demand forensic audit

Chitungwiza residents are demanding a forensic audit of the town’s books, amid fears that the cash-strapped council ...

City to invest in more solar traffic lights

Harare City Council is committed to investing more on the establishment of solar-powered traffic lights and street ...

Govt seeks $1,5m for Kariba Hospital repairs

Government is seeking at least $1,5 million to rebuild a section of the Kariba District Hospital which was destroyed in ...

TSCZ advocates use of speed monitors

THE Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TSCZ) is advocating the enforcement of a statutory instrument which compels ...

Presidential cotton scheme spreads to commercial farmers

The Presidential Inputs Cotton Scheme is expected to spread to commercial farmers with irrigation facilities during the ...

500 settlers face eviction in Jerera

Over 500 illegal settlers in and around Jerera Growth Point here have been given eviction letters by Zaka Rural District ...

1 day ago | August 22, 2019

BREAKING: Likukuma removed as ZTA boss

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) acting chief executive Mrs Rita Likukuma has been removed from her position under ...