Local News

2 days ago | September 21, 2022

NEW: Foreigners to be allowed to invest in broadcasting  

GOVERNMENT has announced plans to amend existing broadcasting laws to allow foreign investment in the sector.

Foreign national arrested for hit-and-run accident  

Police have arrested a foreign national in connection with a hit-and-run road traffic accident that occurred on Sunday ...

3 days ago | September 20, 2022

ZANU PF lauds President Ramaphosa for engaging Biden on sanctions

ZANU PF appreciates the bold stance taken by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa during his working visit to the US ...

Police seek assistance in identifying  three corpses

Police is seeking assistance from the public in identifying three bodies, including two who died in separate accidents.

Zinwa secures 3 000 prepaid water meters

THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) has procured 3 000 prepaid water meters set to be installed at residential ...

Book on Cyclone Idai out

A book that captures events that followed one of the darkest days in Zimbabwe’s history when hundreds lost their lives ...

Tobacco rakes in US$635 million  

More than US$630 million was realised during the 2021/2022 tobacco season, a 7,4 percent increase from US$590 million in ...

Major city roads to close temporarily 

A number of roads in the capital will be closed to facilitate installation of street lights, City of Harare has announced. 

6 days ago | September 18, 2022

Govt takes no prisoners. . . blacklists greedy contractors

The GOVERNMENT has blacklisted contractors that were charging outrageous prices, amid revelations that two companies won ...

Be inspired to develop Zim: President

Present and future generations have to tap into the country’s rich cultural system and moral compass that inspired the ...

Land audit reaches homestretch

Farms in 16 districts countrywide are undergoing audits in the fourth and final phase of the National Comprehensive ...

Civil servants to get educational loans

AS part of its human capital development initiatives, the Government is rolling out low-cost loans for civil servants to ...

New varsity fees: State to reduce burden

Universities are justified in reviewing fees given the huge costs associated with learning, but the Government will ...

Churches integral to development – Minister Mutsvangwa

GOVERNMENT and the Church are two sides of the same coin that are both God-ordained to govern, hence they should ...