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Tobacco farmers cry foul over forex payouts

Tobacco growers have appealed to parliamentarians to engage responsible authorities to increase foreign currency cash ...

Cyclone Idai-damaged agric infrastructure rehab begins

The rehabilitation of Cyclone Idai damaged agricultural infrastructure is in progress, with seven out of 16 pump houses ...

End of the road for serial rapist

Police have arrested a 36-year-old man on allegations of robbing and raping several women, especially vendors, after ...

Machete-wielding gang leader jailed for murder

THE leader of a notorious gang of machete-wielding illegal gold panners in Musanditeera, Chimanimani, has been jailed ...

Ole searches for derby revival

LIVERPOOL. — Ole Gunnar Solskjaer questioned his players’ desire to play for Manchester United after a humiliating 4-0 ...

Harrison impressed

AFTER seeing his charges endure a false start to the marathon, losing two of their opening fixtures, Harare City coach ...

Trio steals 13 000 chairs from boss

Three employees — a caretaker, gardener and mechanic — allegedly connived and stole 13 000 chairs worth more than $100 ...

Fake money backfires

A Harare woman appeared in court for allegedly trying to use fake RTGS to buy groceries in TM Pick n Pay supermarket in ...

ZNA bids farewell to machete victims

The Zimbabwe National Army on Good Friday held a funeral parade at One Commando Barracks in Harare and bade farewell to ...

Gweru excels in waste management

Gweru City Council has been applauded for notable progress in improving waste water management at its Cambridgeshire ...

Minister warns lazy councillors

Masvingo Provincial Affairs Minister Ezra Chadzamira has warned lazy provincial councillors that they risk being booted ...

Gwanetsa blasts Zinwa

Chiredzi South National Assembly member Brigadier-General Kalisto Gwanetsa (Retired) yesterday castigated the Zimbabwe ...

Julian Assange: An obsession that has gone feral

Julian Assange continues to ripple and roam as a cipher through the political and media scape of the world.

Kangaroo care: Improving survival of premature babies

The temperature in the room is sweltering, ranging between 21 and 32 degrees Celsius.

2023 polls: Zec ups preparatory work

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC)  has started warming up for the 2023 harmonised elections by convening a ...