Interview: Our resolve to help Zim remains: US
The US government works to highlight opportunities for trade and investment that will benefit US and Zimbabwean businesses alike.
By Enos Denhere Apr. 21, 2023
When love is not blind
The delegation had travelled all the way from Harare to add another chapter in a beautiful love story of Masimbaashe Kamurero (27) and Ivy Chirisa (24) which started in 2014.
By Problem Masau Feb. 11, 2023
Artisanal miners deserve better
Research has revealed that the biggest challenge faced by artisanal miners is the 1963 Mines and Minerals Act, a nearly 60-year-old piece of legislation.
By Newsday Nov. 23, 2022
Govt kick starts food aid distribution
MPs wanted clarity on what the government was doing to alleviate hunger in rural areas.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 6, 2022
‘Mash Central delegates walk out over Kazembe’
“The delegates want Mnangagwa to fire Kazembe as provincial leader saying he has divided the province.”
By Kenneth Nyangani and Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Nov. 2, 2022
SASA: A story told is a burden shared
“My husband would take advantage of my age and bash me like he is beating his daughter,” Shiri said.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 23, 2022
Violence rocks Matobo
CCC activists Descent Bajila and Sarender Kapoikilu had their vehicle, a Mazda twin cab, vandalised. Its windows were shattered and wheels deflated by alleged Zanu PF supporters.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 18, 2022
Human-wildlife conflict cases escalate
Speaking at an human-wildlife conflict meeting in Mbire district, deputy minister Barbra Rwodzi said human-wildlife conflict was becoming a challenge.
By Varaidzo Mudewairi Oct. 10, 2022
Gurewamukuru legend buried in Musana
Losat was believed to have been one of the longest surviving members of the gure traditional dance community.
By Ronnie Chisamba Sep. 18, 2022
Price bloodbath jolts govt
By Miriam Mangwaya and Sharon Sibindi
Zanu PF poll disputes turn nasty
By Everson Mushava and Miriam Mangwaya
Mystery solved: Mnangagwa’s links to controversial bread venture exposed