Workers in Informal Economy Shun Virus Lockdown Rules

Workers in Informal Economy Shun Virus Lockdown Rules

Zimbabwe’s informal traders cooperated with last year’s coronavirus restrictions. But when the government launched another lockdown in January, they rebelled.

FAO recognises farmer-led irrigation as a major contributor to agricultural development

FAO recognises farmer-led irrigation as a major contributor to agricultural development

Buried deep in a long report on water and agriculture by FAO – the flagship state of food and agriculture report of 2020 – there is a really important section, signalling a big shift in mainstream …

Shona speakers’ complicity in Gukurahundi and the lingering unresolved pain of its victims (Part One)

Shona speakers’ complicity in Gukurahundi and the lingering unresolved pain of its victims (Part One)

The impact of Zimbabwe’s Gukurahundi massacres on different generations of Matabeleland residents.

Journey’s End – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Journey’s End – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Zimbabweans in the UK join in mourning the passing of the Queen’s husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, who died only a couple of months short of his 100th birthday. We know he took a great interest in Africa and was particularly concerned about wild life issues – one thing on which he was allowed to express his opinions without diplomatic constraint!

 Mwadzura wins Booms invitational tournament

 Mwadzura wins Booms invitational tournament

Roy Mwadzura was in a no nonsense mood as he won to he Boom invitational chess tournament which had 14 players that took part. This was a rapid event which was played on the 10th of April at Socialite Sports Arena. Mwadzura won 11 games and drew two games against Vitalis Mapuranga and Archford Matiringe.

ZINASU Communique; UZ Defies High Court order (19-07-07)

ZINASU Communiqué
From the Office of the President

"The entire University Council is now a political hotbed and is run by
what appears to be primitive cliques who...

Amakhosi takes to the WWW


The Members, a play by Cont Mhlanga, is now available on the worldwide web. The CSU...

Sweden gives Zim Culture Fund US$1million – a discordant note

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Power in the voice

BULAWAYO - At 2.30pm on Thursday 7 September, the Intwasa Festival will need to have the...

Zim theatre, mbira & poetry


Rooftop Promotions is spreading its wings and consolidating two decades of investment in the arts by...

The Herald’s filthy lies disgusting (17-07-07)

By Gift Phiri
I was shocked to read a completely false report in the July 5 issue...

Mugabe intensifies repression on voices of dissent (17-07-07)

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The Zanu (PF) government is intensifying its repression on the
opposition, civil society members as well...

Transport boost for ministers ahead of the polls (17-07-07)

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HARARE - The Zimbabwe government is purchasing 48 four-wheel drive
vehicles worth billions for...

Who will pay the price? (17-07-07)

By Tsungai Murandu

HARARE - The ultimate cost of Zimbabwe’s ongoing war on profiteering
will be even...

“Police manning food queues are corrupt”-Mutare residents (17-07-07)

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Government chaotic price controls paves in way for crime (17-07-07)

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Fourth victory for Kirsty Coventry (17-07-07)

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