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3 months ago | November 14, 2018

Poaching activities decline

Lorraine Matimbe Poaching activities have dropped sharply as only 12 elephants have been killed so far this year – ...

3 months ago | November 11, 2018

World Bank expert to assist Zida

Tichafara Bepe An interim committee of the One-Stop Investment Services Centre (OSISC) in the Office of the President ...

Condom uptake on the rise

The National Aids Council has installed 400 condom dispensers at tertiary institutions, hospitals, hotels, drinking ...

The heavy toll of bad driving

A breeze as cold as death slowly sweeps across Rusape as huge dark clouds, preparing to shed a tear, form above the town.

Passengers lobby for compensation hike

The Passengers Association of Zimbabwe – a private organisation representing the interests of commuters – is ...

Job loss fears as SA revokes pact

News Editor Fears of significant job losses in the textiles and clothing sector have arisen after Archer Clothing in ...

$400 000 for cloud seeding

Tanaka Kadenge THE Meteorological Service Department will begin cloud seeding by month-end to help induce rains in a ...

Chinese investors keen on Zim

From Fatima Bulla in SHANGHAI, China Chinese businesspeople are keen to visit Zimbabwe to explore investment ...

Work on new Parliament starts

Debra Matabvu Contractors for the new Parliament building in Mount Hampden, Shanghai Construction Group (SCG), arrived ...

NatPharm primed for key role

Norman Muchemwa Government is injecting $60 million into the National Pharmaceutical Company to enhance the Health and ...

Sweeping changes to parastatals

Tichafara Bepe Government has started restructuring 41 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) as it ups efforts to wean them ...

60 open-heart surgeries at Pari

Natasha Kokai Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals has conducted 60 open-heart surgeries since resuscitation of the programme ...

4 months ago | November 4, 2018

The new rulers of downtown Harare

In North America, “downtown” refers to the core of the city, the central business district where financial wizards ...

Prof Murwira is no mad scientist

Sharon Munjenjema Science continues to push the boundaries of reality, and increasingly the distinction between science ...