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3 million civic documents issued during blitz

The mobile registration drive ended on Friday, with over three million civic documents having been issued.

An ugly alcohol-downing habit

FOR some people, drinking alcohol at work has become a tradition. Sadly, this new norm is giving rise to public ...

Take the lead in empowerment: Min Mutsvangwa

WOMEN should support and encourage each other to succeed in business, as this would likely add impetus to the country’s ...

Gonora Sounds on the move

VISUALLY-IMPAIRED musician Daniel Gonora is a happy man. The artiste, who has entertained thousands of people on the ...

DeMbare preparing for life after Ndiraya?

THE next two weeks will be crucial for Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya. The 2021/2022 Castle Lager Premier Soccer ...

Bread prices set to fall

THE price of bread is set to drop before the end of the year as the Government has put in place measures to ensure the ...

Grain reserve helps Zim manage imports

Zimbabwe’s strong grain reserves position, following good harvests in the past two years, will ensure enough supplies ...

Wake-up call for local boxing promoters

SHE would have pocketed at least US$20 000 last night had the much-awaited fight not been postponed for the umpteenth time.

Another big score for Amai Chisamba

BAGGING two awards in two weeks took renowned social commentator Dr Rebecca Chisamba back in time.

Zim winning measles fight

Around 85 percent of all children under the age of five have been vaccinated against measles, with the authorities now ...

Back to Sanganai/Hlanganani charm

THE 15th edition of the Sanganai/Hlanganani World Tourism Expo is expected to boost the country’s tourism recovery plan ...

Zesa speaks on outages

The quickest solution to power shortages lies in a cost-reflective tariff.

An unforgettable ‘Bullet Train’ ride

WATCHING “Bullet Train” can be a jarring experience. And, to use one of my favourite quotes from the HBO cult classic ...

Miracles are conjured through hard work

When Bishop Lazi visited China’s eastern coastal province of Zhejiang some years back, he thought he had died and gone ...