[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Hurungwe, Zimbabwe -- The Akashinga unit offers a rare chance for poor and marginalised women, like school drop outs and abuse survivors, to build a career and protect nature
[The Herald] A 37-year-old suspected lone armed robber who shot and killed a Waterfalls woman during an armed robbery before committing a spate of other criminal cases has been arrested in Chitungwiza.
[The Herald] HIGHLANDERS have apportioned the blame on Zimbabwe Republic Police for the chaos that led to the abandonment of their Castle Lager Premiership football match against FC Platinum at Mandava Stadium on Saturday.
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe have qualified for the Rugby World Cup Sevens to be hosted in Cape Town, South Africa in September after finishing runners-up at the Rugby Africa Men's Sevens in Uganda on Sunday.
[New Zimbabwe] The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has hit back at Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya's suggestion that their position on the crumbling local currency was misinformed.
[New Zimbabwe] Dynamos reclaimed its position at the top of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League log after edging a stubborn Manica Diamonds 1-0 in a hard-fought encounter at the National Sports Stadium Sunday.
[The Herald] ZIMBABWE international rugby player Keith Chiwara capped off a memorable season in the Varsity Shield after clinching two individual awards in recognition for his standing performances for the newly crowned champions the University of Fort Hare.
[New Zimbabwe] Spreaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda has described penalties meted out to those found guilty of corruption as too lenient and a major hindrance to the country's anti-corruption drive.
[The Herald] POLICE in Kadoma have recovered fake United States dollar notes with a face value of US$1 300 from a vehicle that was abandoned by three men believed to be part of a syndicate manufacturing fake notes in the country.
[The Herald] THE trial of Citizens Coalition for Change vice president Tendai Biti on charges of manhandling a Russian investor at the Harare Magistrates Court continued yesterday with him insisting that the matter should be referred to the Supreme Court.
[The Herald] Zimbabwe is still in the running for hosting the African Medicines Agency (AMA) headquarters after the African Union (AU) screening team left only eight possible candidates across the continent still vying.
[The Herald] Old Mutual Investment Group (OMIGZIM), a unit of Zimbabwe's biggest financial and property firm, Old Mutual Zimbabwe Limited, has reaffirmed its prediction that the economy will register further growth this year despite threats from external shocks.
[The Herald] PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has, with immediate effect, fired Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission Commissioner Frank Muchengwa following recommendations from a tribunal he constituted to investigate his suitability to hold office.
[The Herald] Water woes have hit most suburbs in Harare with areas including Budiriro and Houghton Park having gone close to three weeks without the precious liquid, a move the local authority attributed to increased water bursts.
[The Herald] THE 2022 population and housing census kicked off yesterday with the counting of President Mnangagwa and the First Family at State House in Harare amid calls for Zimbabweans to co-operate with enumerators as the exercise is important for national development.
[The Herald] CHIPO Mugeri-Tiripano continued with her brilliant form with the bat yesterday as the Zimbabwe senior women's cricket team rallied back yesterday to beat Uganda by eight runs in the Capricorn Women's Tri-series in Windhoek, Namibia.
[The Herald] BOYS and men from all the districts in Masvingo Province yesterday turned up in their thousands for an oversubscribed engagement with the First Lady, showing how citizens have fully embraced her efforts to promote unity in homes, promote good health, fight mischief in youths, child marriages and curb all forms of domestic violence perpetrated mostly by men.
[The Herald] THIS year was the first near normal four-day Easter and Independence holidays since 2019 (in light of the relaxed Covid-19 regulations), and the carnage showed that Zimbabweans were ready and pleased to travel for religious, family and social gatherings.
[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Cestoball Association recently made history when they became the first association from Africa to receive a consignment of training kits, which included 50 balls and training bibs, from the sport's Argentina-based world federation.
[The Herald] The outcome of the ongoing national census will go a long way in informing the Government on how to improve people's lives as well as responding to specific skills gaps, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has said.
[The Herald] One of Zimbabwe's most wanted suspected armed robbers, Conwell Junior Kasambarare, who is facing a plethora of robbery and housebreaking charges, is believed to have recently escaped to Cape Town after CID crack teams were deployed countrywide to track down and arrest all criminals involved in such activities.
[The Herald] DOMESTIC football stakeholders have expressed confidence in the steps being taken by the ZIFA councillors who have called for an Extraordinary General Meeting tomorrow which could culminate in the recalling of the suspended ZIFA board president Felton Kamambo and members of his executive.
[New Zimbabwe] Listed cement manufacturer, Lafarge Cement Zimbabwe's major shareholder, Associated International Cement Limited (AICL), has declined an offer which could have resulted in it surrendering its 76,45% stake.
[The Herald] The Ministry of Mines and Mining Development will next week embark on gold mobilisation exercises as a way to step up efforts to boost gold deliveries to Fidelity Printers and Refineries (FPR) and achieve US$12 billion target by 2023 in line with vision 2030.
[The Herald] Sungura musician Alick Macheso's "Welcome Home" show at Glamis Arena tomorrow is part of honouring the artiste and giving him time to share his United Kingdom experiences, organisers of the concert have said.
[The Herald] AGEING Manica Diamonds defence lynchpin Temba Ndlovu, who is joining a rare breed of fine wine athletes, believes that Sunday's Castle Lager Premiership football clash against log leaders Dynamos at the National Sports Stadium is any man's game.
[The Herald] THE Zanu PF Youth conference set to be held in the first week of May this year must help to consolidate intra party unity and democracy, while also serving as a building block to party rejuvenation, modernisation and growth, President Mnangagwa has said.
[New Zimbabwe] REPRESENTATIVES of mine workers in the country have launched a fresh bid to have their hard currency salaries increased as the economic situation in the country continues to deteriorate.
[New Zimbabwe] WARRIORS defender Tendayi Darikwa is edging closer towards a return to the Championship with Wigan Athletic after the League One table-toppers moved within just one win away from automatic promotion following a 2-2 draw at Ipswich Town on Tuesday.