Gukurahundi outreach meetings to begin early next year

Chiefs will begin holding community consultative meetings in Gukurahundi early next year, though they, too, have more questions than answers about how the process will unfold,...

There is no room for political violence in a democracy: US Embassy

US Embassy in Zimbabwe Charge D’Affaires Elaine French says there is no room for political violence...

90% of the world has achieved some level of immunity to COVID-19: WHO

At least 90 percent of the world’s population has achieved some level of immunity to COVID-19,...

Electoral laws must be aligned to the constitution

There is a need to ensure that all eligible Zimbabweans exercise their right to vote by...

‘Opposition needs strategies to appeal to rural voters’

With only six months until the elections and no comprehensive electoral reforms in place, analysts say...

Sipho Malunga and partners continue to fight “unjust” prosecution

The lawyer representing the three Kershelmar Farms (Private) Limited directors has moved to try and halt...

Residents suffer as Chinese mine blasts cause damage

Residents in Bulawayo’s Pumula North suburb have started reporting cases of property damage due to heavy...

Govt commits to creating more jobs

Government and social partners making up the tripartite negotiating forum have signed a Decent Work Country...

NRZ suspends urban commuter train service

The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has temporarily suspended the urban commuter train service due to...

Resuscitate NRZ to save roads: Minister

A government official has noted that the resuscitation of the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) would...

Villagers reap rewards from ‘smelly’ elephant repellant

What started as an elephant deterrent strategy for villages surrounding Gonarezhou National Park has evolved into...

Retired civil servant faces eviction from govt accommodation

Retired Bulawayo civil servant Caleb Nxumalo currently occupying one of the houses at the government-owned Mabutweni...

ZIMRA warns of delays at Plumtree Border

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has warned travellers, transporters and businesspeople who use the Plumtree Border...

Zim’s open skies policy bearing fruit: Transport Minister

Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister, Felix Mhona has said Zimbabwe’s open skies policy is bearing fruit...

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