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Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) commissioner general Faith Mazani has urged people to stand up against corruption and stand up to police officers who demand customs clearance documents from them.

Gender equality well earned during war

The gender equality women enjoy in Zimbabwe today is well-earned from the shared sacrifices that women made side by side with their men during the liberation struggle, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Monica Mutsvangwa said on Friday.

Zimbabwe: Life After Mugabe

The people of Zimbabwe were promised job creation, a thriving economy and human rights reforms after the military coup that ousted Robert Mugabe from power three years ago.

A lonely death

A lonely death

We had an unusual anniversary this week: a dying man attended by a dying man. Fr Augustus Law, a Jesuit, died of fever at Mzila’s capital, near Chipinge, on 25 November 1880, just 140 years ago.

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MUTARE Magistrate Sekai Chiundura on Friday 13 November 2020 acquitted 19 Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) leaders who had been on trial since 2018 for allegedly protesting...

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Teachers call-off strike after government negotiations disunity

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s largest teachers’ union on Monday said it was calling off a strike which...

Africa basks in Booker boost for female writers

Maaza Mengiste and Tsitsi Dangarembga's shortlisting for a major prize is a boost for Africa's literary...

Zimbabwe water shortage: The community that gets water from a cemetery

The residents of Hopley, a large settlement in the south of Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, have had...

False start to hearing of Chin’ono’s bail appeal

HIGH Court Judge Justice Tawanda Chitapi on Tuesday 17 November 2020 postponed hearing of detained freelance journalist...

High court hears Chin’ono’s bail appeal

FREELANCE journalist Hopewell Chin’ono has asked the High Court to order his release on bail by filing...

Tsitsi Dangarembga: Life in an ‘ever-narrowing Zimbabwe’

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Mukuru extending footprint across Southern Africa as formal remittances prove highly resilient

The African fintech company is supporting its physical growth with the digitisation of key offerings....

Coronavirus – Zimbabwe: COVID-19 Update (14 November 2020)

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health and Child Care, Zimbabwe....

Terrorist threat to region – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

President Mnangagwa has said Zimbabwe will help Mozambique in its struggle against Islamic terrorists in the...

3 years after Mugabe overthrow, many Zimbabweans say life’s worse

Prospects of job creation and economic growth in the post-Mugabe era continue to remain bleak....

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