HARARE METROPOLITAN

1 day ago | June 22, 2018

First Lady calls for mindset shift

First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa yesterday urged Zimbabweans to complement Government and churches’ efforts in assisting ...

Govt hails schools for implementing new curriculum

Secretary for Primary and Secondary Education Dr Silvia Utete-Masango has hailed schools for their commitment to ...

Harare businessman acquitted of fraud

Harare businessman Nathan Mnaba was yesterday acquitted of $380 000 fraud charges by a Harare magistrate.

2 days ago | June 21, 2018

New vendor mall to de-congest city

A local firm has opened a new place for traders called Fourways Traders Mall along Kenneth Kaunda Avenue, which can ...

Council property attached over $3000 debt

The Messenger of Court yesterday disrupted business at Town House after attaching tables and chairs following Harare ...

Workers drag city to court over stands

HARARE City Council workers who were last year promised 4 229 serviced residential stands as settlement for outstanding ...

Harare faces drug stockouts

Delays in the delivery of medicines and other essential medical supplies owing to foreign currency shortages is causing ...

3 days ago | June 20, 2018

Commission slams attacks on women politicians

The Zimbabwe Gender Commission (ZGC) yesterday expressed concern over attacks on female politicians in the country, ...

300 cops in line for promotion

About 300 Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers countrywide are set to be promoted by the end of this month, as the ...

High Court to rule on Veritas challenge

The High Court is today expected to deliver judgment in the case in which Veritas Zimbabwe, a parliamentary watchdog, is ...

Mashakada deal could hand Hatfield to Zanu-PF

MDC-T legislator Dr Tapiwa Mashakada could have handed Zanu-PF the Hatfield seat on a silver platter after successfully ...

Harvest House violence case spills into court

An MDC-T member appeared in court yesterday on assault charges after he and an accomplice, who was still at large, ...

MDC duo in court for violence

Two MDC-T members appeared in court yesterday for tearing up the nomination papers of St Mary’s Ward 3 councillor Tendai ...

Clerk of Parliament hits out at ‘ignorant’ civic society members

Clerk of Parliament Mr Kennedy Chokuda yesterday rapped some civic society members for being “ignorant” about ...

4 days ago | June 19, 2018

Govt sets aside $150m for Command Housing

Government is committed to ensuring decent and dignified accommodation for every citizen, Local Government, Pubic Works ...