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5 hours ago | June 3, 2020

‘RBZ doesn’t buy forex from streets’

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is offering a monetary reward, in line with its whistle blowing policy, to anyone who ...

CAF devise scenarios on club competitions

CAIRO. — The Confederation of African Football have devised a number of scenarios on how to finish the 2019/20 club ...

Murder cases spike keep cops on edge

A suspected thief was fatally assaulted over the weekend in Chitungwiza, while the body of a woman was found in a maize ...

Gazza revisits Italia 90

LONDON. — Paul Gasciogne feared no one when he set foot on football’s greatest stage at the 1990 World Cup.

The beauty of our Judiciary

THIS post is a response to Dr Alex Magaisa’s “The trouble with our Judiciary.” In that piece, Dr Magaisa uses the ...

Govt to bail out SMEs

Informal traders and small to medium enterprises affected by the lockdown and needing help should approach the relevant ...

Covid-19 allowances land health director in storm

Acting Chitungwiza Municipality health director Mr Herbert Chirowodza is in the eye of a storm for allegedly leaving out ...

Gutted hospital receives medical supplies

Banket Hospital, which lost nearly 70 percent of its medical supplies when it was gutted by fire last week, has started ...

Religion frustrates battle against malaria

A 12-year-old child whose parents are members of an apostolic sect in Dzamara Village, Chief Charehwa area in Mutoko ...

Zim cigarette ‘smugglers’ in SA await bail ruling

Two Zimbabweans who were arrested last week together with three other people on charges of smuggling cigarettes into ...

11 hours ago | June 2, 2020

JUST IN: ‘RBZ doesn’t buy black market forex’

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe does not deal in parallel markets, and none of its employees have been deployed to buy ...

JUST IN: Mpofu to appear in court

MDC  Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa's lawyer Advocate Thabani Mpofu is expected to appear in court this afternoon.

LATEST ON COVID19: Cases jump to 203

Herald Reporter Twenty-six cases tested positive for Covid-19 yesterday to take the number of confirmed cases to 203. Of ...

JUST IN: Police block traffic into Harare CBD

Police in Harare this morning are blocking human and vehicular traffic into the central business district.

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Getting farmers back to the land

Providing incentives for farmers to produce achieves multiple purposes — self-sufficiency, reduction in the import bill, ...