N1 bus crash survivors left with ‘nothing but clothes on their backs’, eager to see loved ones soon

N1 bus crash survivors left with ‘nothing but clothes on their backs’, eager to see loved ones soon

One lane remains open on the N1 north and three lanes on the N1 south in Johannesburg, after a bus caught fire on Wednesday morning on the highway, according to JMPD spokesperson Wayne Minnaar. 

Zimbabwe’s hunger crisis – the epicentre of the global climate emergency

Zimbabwe’s hunger crisis – the epicentre of the global climate emergency

For Zimbabweans, the drought is compounded by an economic crisis of spiralling inflation, unemployment, chronic fuel shortages, and the collapse of essential services

Zimbabwe will not rejoin the Commonwealth anytime soon: British ambassador

Melanie Robinson says Harare has not honoured its human rights reform commitments

Will China ever tire of Zimbabwe’s corruption and bad debt?

Will China ever tire of Zimbabwe’s corruption and bad debt?

Nations have dismissed claims Beijing has pulled the plug on US$1.3 billion of funding for infrastructure projects, but the lack of return on previous investments are putting a strain on relations, observers say.

Zimbabwe Deepens Power Cuts After Eskom South Africa Imports Stop

Zimbabwe’s state-owned Zesa Holdings Ltd. escalated power cuts to as long as 24 hours after losing regional power imports and local generation capacity remains critically constrained.

Teaching and Learning for HIV Prevention

1200 teachers mobilized to prevent child abuse and support gender-sensitive lifeskills
HARARE - In the wake of increasing reported cases on child abuse and the growing...

City blames Zinwa

HARARE - In a move laden with hypocrisy, the City of Harare has released a damning...

Illegal occupation affects brickmakers

HARARE - Illegal land occupation currently besieging Willdale Farm near the Harare has seen a drastic...

Girl Child Network accuses Rusere

MASVINGO - A local child rights group has accused a junior Zimbabwean government minister of sexually...

Uproar over brutal police beatings of trade unionists

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HARARE - Brutal beatings by police, with suspected soldiers joining in, of trade unionists...

ZRP steals forex from tourists

HARARE - Members of the police and paramilitary squads have begun illegally seizing foreign currency from...

Succession battle intensifies as Mugabe’s demise looms

Simba Makoni emerges as the latest favourite in tough race to succeed Mugabe.
HARARE - There's been...

Rethinking fast-track land reform

HARARE - In a bid to win back the support of the international community, Zimbabwe's government...

United opposition on the cards?


HARARE - Speculation has been rife that the recent meeting of opposition parties presaged an imminent...

Rhinos hold Highlanders

HARARE - Log leaders Highlanders continued to struggle when they were held to a...

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Flame Lily/Black Mambas - postponed
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Mushtaq magic boosts Sussex

LONDON - Mushtaq Ahmed, 36-year-old Pakistan leg-spinner, is leading the Sussex charge towards a second Championship...

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