UPDATED: Police Comm-Gen Matanga apologises

8 hours ago | February 24, 2018

UPDATED: Police Comm-Gen Matanga apologises

Police are investigating a case in which two people were killed in Harare on Thursday night following mayhem caused by an ill-advised decision by MDC-T-led Harare City Council to ban commuter ...

Embrace peace, amity as magic wands

The violence that marred what ought to have been a rousing send-off for MDC-T leader and former Prime Minister Mr Morgan ...

Amnesty to engage Govt on human rights

International human rights group Amnesty International is courting the new administration of President Mnangagwa to work ...

1 day ago | February 23, 2018

Switzerland hails ED

President Mnangagwa’s promises on economic development and governance issues will bring prosperity to Zimbabwe if they are followed through, outgoing Switzerland Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ms Ruth ...

Harare must rise to the occasion

The mayhem that characterised Harare’s Central Business District (CBD) and its feeder roads for the better part of ...

MDC-T violence must be nipped in the bud

TRUTH can be ruthless and hurtful. There is no substitute to truth for to substitute it would be to give dignity to ...

VP Mohadi meets India, Botswana envoys

The new dispensation in Zimbabwe should see the country strengthening its bilateral relations with India, with focus ...

Zanu-PF youths exude confidence

The ZANU-PF Midlands Youth League is confident the revolutionary party, under the leadership of President Mnangagwa, ...

2 days ago | February 22, 2018

Industry revival, jobs top priority

THE revival of large domestic industries in the mining, agriculture and manufacturing sectors tops the agenda for the Executive as Government seeks to transform the economy and create jobs, ...

ED to address war vets’ grievances

President Mnangagwa is willing to look into the welfare of war veterans, war collaborators and ex-detainees, Zanu-PF ...