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Sculptor Ngwerume explains ‘The New Normal’ piece

Prominent lawyer cum sculptor David Ngwerume has said his new piece entitled “The New Normal” was inspired by the ...

Zim, UAE explore agribusiness ties

THE food and agribusiness virtual seminar between United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Zimbabwe kicks off this morning amid ...

Deputy director remanded

Deputy director in the Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Blessed Ishmael Murwira ...

Fisheries added to Agric Ministry

The Agriculture Ministry has been expanded to Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Resettlement after the ...

Prophet up for rape

A SELF-styled prophet allegedly raped a woman who had visited his shrine seeking prayers for her sick child, after ...

Maize planted in First Street

An unruly resident has planted maize at the heart of Harare’s Central Business District (CBD) along First Street, in ...

US$2,7 heist: Cousins to know fate today

THE bail ruling for cousins, Job Njowa and Tichaona Njowa, who were arrested over the alleged “burial” and digging up of ...

Rushwaya accomplices bail ruling deferred

HARARE regional magistrate Mr Ngoni Nduna yesterday deferred the bail ruling for Douglas Shoko, Paul Chimhungu, Stephen ...

‘We need to stand united, work together’

Special Address by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the World Economic Forum Virtual Event of the Davos Agenda on 25 ...

Sikhala remains in custody, Chin’ono freed

MDC-Alliance vice president, Job Sikhala, will spend more days in custody after High Court judge Justice Tawanda Chitapi ...

Ex-NetOne boss heads to Labour Court

The battle by NetOne to part ways with former CEO Lazarous Muchenje and Mr Muchenje’s determination to stay on has been ...

Global experts speak on vaccines misconception

Zimbabwe is expected to receive its first batch of Covid-19 vaccine next month, with the Government now finalising its ...

ZACC revive probe into Zifa’s US$740k transfer

ZIFA board members have one again come under the radar of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission over the long-running ...

Striking Harare city workers send SOS to Govt

While Harare City Council is unable to pay annual bonuses and December salaries to its staff, reports are surfacing that ...

SB Moyo: Teacher’s memories of a cultured, disciplined pupil

THE late Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Lieutenant-General (Rtd) Dr Sibusiso Moyo, who was buried ...