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2 weeks ago | January 3, 2021

. . . police hunt lockdown violators

POLICE have confirmed the arrest 2 321 people on New Year’s Day for allegedly violating Covid-19 containment ...

President mourns Amai Shamuyarira

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa sent a message of condolence to the Shamuyarira family following the death of Amai Dorothy ...

‘Zim to be food self-sufficient this year’

The country is set to achieve food self-sufficiency this year after two successive seasons of drought .

Zim, China to continue deepening relations

Zimbabwe and China will continue deepening economic relations, and Beijing will duly support Harare’s new five-year ...

1 month ago | December 13, 2020

‘Economy to go green by 2030’

ZIMBABWE has set a target for the economy to go green by 2030, with the country’s economic blueprint, the National ...

Farmers register for John Deere equipment

Wallace Ruzvidzo Sunday Mail Correspondent OVER 1 000 farmers have been registered by local banks under Government’s ...

ZACC probes Judiciary, churches

THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has opened investigations into judges, magistrates and church leaders ...

Phased opening for schools in January

SCHOOLS will open in two phases for the 2021 first term, with the first classes resuming lessons first week of January ...

Corporates’ support brings success to Chambuta: First Lady

THE dream to transform Chambuta into a fully-fledged children’s home and skills development centre is close to fruition ...

2 months ago | November 22, 2020

Zinara commits $1bn to roads rehab

The ability of local authorities to spruce up roads, especially ahead of the rainy season, has been further enhanced ...

Govt ups stakes in Covid-19 fight

GOVERNMENT will today roll out a nationwide community-based Covid-19 testing study, expected to pinpoint coronavirus ...

Ginimbi left no registered will — lawyer

THE late socialite and businessman, Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure, did not register a will to determine how his estate will ...

Mining forum to be held on Thursday

MINES and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando will this week lead more than 200 local and international mining ...