[The Herald] ZIMBABWE is poised to become a key player in the global transition to green energy, not only through lithium mining, but its beneficiation that can empower local communities and develop the nation as a whole, President Mnangagwa has said.
[New Zimbabwe] The Southern Africa Human Rights Defenders Network (Southern Defenders) has described Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union (ARTUZ) president Obert Masaraure's recent arrest as unlawful and a misuse of the justice system.
[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Turkey yesterday celebrated 40 years of diplomatic relations with the country emphasising that all the necessary conditions have been created for expanding and deepening productive cooperation between the two countries.
[The Herald] TWO CCC legislators, Job Sikhala and Godfrey Karakadzai Sithole yesterday failed to block their case from prosecution after they appeared in court for allegedly inciting their followers to cause violence that rocked Nyatsime, early this week.
[The Herald] NOT many people have come out well from the sad killing of Moreblessing Ali, a respectable municipal police officer working for Chitungwiza Municipality, but the CID Homicide unit have, five days after the discovery of her body, located and arrested the prime suspect and now need to be left to complete their investigation.
[The Herald] THE trial of former Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) president Felton Kamambo failed to continue on Wednesday at the Harare Magistrates Court as the magistrate presiding over the case was not available.
[The Herald] Some criminals in the region are targeting and stealing top-of-the-range vehicles before smuggling them into neighbouring countries, including Zimbabwe, where forged documents are manufactured before the vehicles are sold.
[The Herald] THE opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) is contemplating setting up a paramilitary wing within its party's ranks ahead of the 2023 harmonised general elections in the name of "defending the citizens after voting", The Herald can reveal.
[The Herald] PRESIDENT Mnangagwa will today preside over the ground breaking ceremony of a US$300 million spodumene project at Bikita Minerals that will ramp up lithium production and extend the life of Zimbabwe's oldest mine.
[The Herald] ANOTHER jewel in the crown of the massive construction works taking place around the country was added yesterday with the commencement of works at the state-of-the-art Liberation Mall behind the Museum of African Liberation in Harare.
[The Herald] MEN from Matabeleland South Province yesterday turned out in droves and had a day to remember when they held fruitful discussions with First Lady Dr Auxillia Mnangagwa as she spearheads a search for solutions to their health challenges, gender-based violence and drug abuse which are rearing an ugly head in communities today.
[The Herald] SEASONED athlete Moses Tarakinyu believes taking part in the inaugural Mashwede Road Race, which will be held at Mashwede Village in Harare's high-density suburb of Budiriro on Sunday, will help him prepare for upcoming races like the Tanganda Half-Marathon and the Econet Victoria Falls Marathon.
[The Herald] FORMER National Social Security Authority (NSSA) chairman Mr Robin Vela has approached the Constitutional Court seeking permission to contest the Supreme Court decision upholding the report from BDO Chartered Accountants that linked him in corrupt deals.
[The Herald] ZIMBABWEANS inviting sanctions against the country and so causing people to suffer should be barred from holding public office, Zanu PF chief whip, Cde Pupurai Togarepi, told the National Assembly yesterday.
[New Zimbabwe] Harare magistrate Vongai Guwuriro Muchuchuti Monday said Tendai Biti, Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) vice president should stop submitting irrelevant evidence in a case he is accused of assaulting a local businesswoman, Tatiana Aleshina.
[New Zimbabwe] Tobacco sales have so far recorded a 11,64% decline when compared to the same period last year, signifying reduced yields this selling season as effects of poor rains in the last selling season took a toll.
[New Zimbabwe] SLAIN Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) activist Moreblessing Ali's son Silence Tuesday said he feared his mother's body had either been moved or had body parts changed, in a moving account to mourners at her funeral wake.
[The Herald] RABBIT farmers across the country are expected to receive an additional 6 000 breeders under the ongoing rabbit pure breed roll-out programme, being bankrolled by local firm, Raymeg Holdings, a corporate member of the Zimbabwe Commercial Rabbit Breeders Association (ZICORBA).
[New Zimbabwe] Former National Oil Company (NOIC) employees are ready to expose the manner in which alleged decades old systemic corruption has torn apart the parastatal for decades, Zimbabwe Petroleum and Allied Workers Union (ZIPAWU) has said.
[New Zimbabwe] The High Court has reversed the acquittal of a local company, Christian Community Life Assurance and its directors, Washington Frera, Vincent Tom Baris and Norman Ngoshi, following a successful appeal by Prosecutor General Nelson Mutsonziwa.
[New Zimbabwe] The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has lifted the foreign currency trading suspension imposed earlier on Metbank Limited following the recent conclusion of investigations into foreign exchange violations.
[The Herald] Growth of the livestock sector is critical in achieving food security, providing raw materials for further processing and promoting sustainable agriculture in line with Vision 2030 of an empowered upper middle class society.
[The Herald] The Second Republic respects the important role played by traditional leaders in spearheading socio-economic development in communities with traditional chiefs billed to play a key role in the speedy achievement of Vision 2030 goals, Zanu PF Second Secretary Cde Kembo Mohadi has said.
[The Herald] LOCAL and regional professional golfers will heave a huge sigh of relief as a new tour, the Chevron Golf Tour which will carter for Southern Region golfers, is set to take off later this month with a US$5 000 purse money.
[The Herald] THE body of the late footballer Barnabas Mushunje is set to pass through Rufaro Stadium this morning before the funeral procession heads for his rural home in Bocha where burial is expected to take place tomorrow.
[The Herald] All things being equal, Zimbabwe's Warriors were today expected to be lining up against West Africans Liberia at the National Sports Stadium for their opening match of the 2023 AFCON qualifiers.