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1 week ago | May 12, 2019

Nduna acquitted of firearm charges

CHEGUTU WEST legislator Dexter Nduna, who was facing charges of unlawfully discharging a firearm in public, was last ...

Chrome Development Policy by July

GOVERNMENT expects the Chrome Development Policy to be ready by July this year, raising expectations this might steer ...

Gang arrested for car hijacking

Two men appeared in court last week facing two counts of robbery and attempted murder after allegedly robbing an ...

Counselling for teachers, students in Idai hit schools

GOVERNMENT has rolled out a counselling programme for teachers and students in Chimanimani and Chipinge in the aftermath ...

Zimparks to quench animals’ thirst in dry spell

WILDLIFE authorities say they are always ready to provide drinking water for wild animals in the country’s national ...

Use of Led bulbs saves $12m: Zera

At least $12 million is being saved annually following a ban in the use of conventional incandescent bulbs, the Zimbabwe ...

2 weeks ago | May 5, 2019

Govt avails $1,5m for science teachers training

At least $1,5 million has been mobilised by Government towards training of science teachers and promotion of science ...

The pain of a new beginning for St Charles Lwanga

As schools open their doors for a new school term on Tuesday, some, if not most, of St Charles Lwanga High School pupils ...

‘Zimbabwe needs to continue with its reforms’

Diplomatic relations between Zimbabwe and Japan have been flourishing for the past 38 years. Over the years, the Japan ...

Local currency long overdue, analysts

The current uptake of about 85 percent in transactions using the local RTGS systems is a clear sign Zimbabwe is now ...

Cde Katiyo buried

A sea of humanity thronged the Harare Provincial Heroe’s Acre yesterday to bid farewell to liberation war hero and ...

Harare City Council splurges on workshops

The Harare City Council is spending several thousands of dollars monthly on “training workshops” for councillors and ...

Trachoma, cervical cancer fight intensifies

GOVERNMENT will this month roll out mass drug administration and Human Papiloma Virus (HPV) vaccination programmes in ...

Magistrate doubts suspect’s trustworthiness

A Mbare man has been sent to remand prison after a Harare magistrate doubted his trustworthiness to return to court, if ...