[New Zimbabwe] Foreign Affairs Deputy Minister, David Musabayana, has dismissed claims by Citizens Coalition for Change vice president, Tendai Biti that the government knowingly harboured Rwanda's most wanted genocide fugitive, Protais Mpiranya.
[New Zimbabwe] Top officials at Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU) in Bindura have been caught up in a serious enrolment scandal after it emerged that some of them have been selling fake admission letters to aspiring students.
[New Zimbabwe] A European Union (EU) funded livestock project has contributed to increased milk productivity by a total of 1,2 million litres inside four months, latest data from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has revealed.
[New Zimbabwe] Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) media lecturer Last Alfandika has expressed concern over low voter registration amongst students at tertiary institutions as the 2023 presidential election draws closer.
[263Chat] Under the deal, the investor will design, build, operate and transfer the Pomona waste management facility to an energy plant. Harare City will pay Geogenix BV US$40 per tonne of waste delivered and the stipulated daily delivery is at least 550 tonnes or a minimum of 200 750 tonnes per year - translating to US$8,03 million for Geogenix BV in the first year.
[The Herald] THE Mashonaland Turf Club have cancelled tomorrow's race meeting which had grade three Zimbabwe Derby as the main race with seven other races lined up at Borrowdale park and racecourse due to insufficient runners.
[The Herald] ZIMBABWEAN football lovers on Thursday received an emotional parting note from Warriors captain Knowledge Musona, who announced his retirement from international football after serving the nation for 12 years.
[The Herald] Government yesterday moved to fulfil its commitment to improve conditions of service for teachers after releasing $2,68 billion towards payment of their children's school fees as agreed in February.
[The Herald] People must be able to access national documents with ease hence the decentralisation of services so that there are as close as possible, Deputy Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Cde Ruth Mavhungu Mabhoyi said yesterday when commissioning the Hwange Passport Office and E-Passport Bio-enrolment centre.
[The Herald] A NEW headache is brewing for Zimbabwean football as the lack of junior development structures is set to come under the spotlight again following the retirement of Warriors skipper, Knowledge Musona.
[The Herald] Zimbabwean high achiever Mr Tafadzwa Chikoto, who was recently elected Mayor of Corby, a steel town in the United Kingdom (UK) on Tuesday met President Mnangagwa at State House and promised to use his networks to invest in the vast opportunities found in the country.
[VOA] Elmar Brok, the head of the EU electoral mission, told reporters Friday that as Zimbabwe prepares for next year's elections, it must amend its electoral laws so that all parties have a fair chance of winning at the polls.
[The Herald] CULTURAL and creative industries are essential for inclusive economic growth, hence the deliberate decision by the Government to continuously support the sector, Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Dr Kirsty Coventry has said.
[The Herald] THE European Union (EU) is keen to develop relations with Zimbabwe since there are common interests in some sectors, the visiting Chief of Mission of the EU Electoral Follow Up Mission, Mr Elma Bok, said yesterday.
[The Herald] Construction of a US$14 million mini-hydro power plant at Lake Mutirikwi, a modest 5MW station, would be finished mid-next year and be the latest of a collection of small private stations feeding the national grid.
[The Herald] SIMON Katembenuka will go into today's second round of the FBC Zimbabwe Open Golf Championship as the best-placed Zimbabwean golfer after he carded three under-par at Royal Harare yesterday.
[The Herald] FOOTBALL fans will be central as key decisions are expected to be made today at the Premier Soccer League security indaba that is expected to address the scourge of hooliganism in domestic football.
[The Herald] INVESTORS from DP World, which is owned by Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), are today expected to wind up their assessment and come up with good solid locations to set up logistics entities and a dry port in Zimbabwe as the Government moves to rehabilitate about 10 percent of the country's 2 600km of rail line to ensure that there is a robust railway system.
[The Herald] CORRECTIONAL Queens' coach Choice Dambuza is bullish that they will upset arch-rivals Black Rhinos Queens when they meet in a Zimbabwe Women's Football League match at Wagadhugu Stadium at Chikurubi tomorrow.
[The Herald] Four men who allegedly robbed a Masvingo couple of cash and groceries at their house last year before throwing the couple into a 20m-deep disused mine shaft resulting in the death of the wife have appeared before a High Court judge here for murder.
[New Zimbabwe] Harare mayor Jacob Mafume has described council's ?304 million waste management agreement with Geogenix BV as "a deal with the devil" after council trucks were turned away from its Pomona dumpsite, which is now owned by the Netherlands based company.
[New Zimbabwe] There was drama at the Tredgold Magistrates court in Bulawayo Thursday when a suspected thief escaped from a first floor courtroom through an open window in the middle of his hearing, landed safely and attempted to flee.
[New Zimbabwe] The Supreme Court will soon hear former Bikita West legislator, Munyaradzi Kereke's, appeal against conviction and sentence in a matter he was convicted of raping his 11-year-old niece at gunpoint.
[New Zimbabwe] Listed hospitality management concern, African Sun Limited has seen occupancy levels across its segments recording 30% growth on the back of significant easing of Covid-19 related lockdowns both locally and abroad.
[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.