Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: Operation Underway to Feed Starving Elephants

Wildlife lovers have trucked 9,000 bales of hay to Zimbabwe's popular Mana Pools National Park as part of...

Zimbabwe: Animal Rights NGOs Selling Cites a Dummy

Nothing and no one can stop Zimbabwe from selling its 35 live elephants to China and Pakistan, say...

Southern Africa: Zimbabwe, Russia Must Foster Economic Ties – Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe and Russia should work closely to promote economic trade co-operation and cement political ties that date back...

Southern Africa: SADC Sanctions Message Strong, Says President

President Mnangagwa is optimistic that countries with sanctions against Zimbabwe will heed the thunderous voice of SADC countries...

Zimbabwe: Interpol Frustrates Hunt for Fugitives – Matanga

Police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga yesterday said the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) was frustrating efforts to extradite people...

Zimbabwe: CAPS United Vow to Win for Darlington Dodo

CAPS United manager Shakespeare Chinogwenya, has challenged his players to fight for coach Darlington Dodo. The Green Machine...

Zimbabwe: 2 Percent Tax to Stay

Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube says the 2 percent Intermediated Money Transfer Tax on transactions will...

Zimbabwe: Zidera – It Was Never About Democracy

As Zimbabwe, and its SADC counterparts, initiate the anti-sanctions lobby as a collective on October 25, 2019, it...

Zimbabwe: MDC-Alliance MPs Want Sitting Allowance Reinstated

Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda yesterday thwarted attempts by MDC-Alliance legislator Innocent Gonese, to raise...

Zimbabwe: Zinwa Rolls Out Prepaid Water Meters

The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) has embarked on installing prepaid metres for businesses and institutions operating within...

Zimbabwe: Billiat Hailed After Launching Foundation

Khama Billiat has joined the bandwagon of Zimbabwe international footballers who are using their privileged positions, as well-paid...

Zimbabwe: Grieving Dodo Stands Tall in Hour of Tragedy

Darlington Dodo has scaled mountains just to win acceptance, but if he can mastermind a victory over Chicken...

Zimbabwe: Zupco, NRZ Ready for Anti-Sanctions March

The Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO) and the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) yesterday indicated that they are...

Zimbabwe: More Farmers Take Up Cotton Production

The Cotton Company of Zimbabwe has registered more than 21 000 farmers in Mashonaland East Province for the...

Zimbabwe: Cabinet Declares 25 October a National Holiday

President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government on Tuesday revealed that it is set to declare Friday 25th October 2019 SADC...

Zimbabwe: MDC Activist Arrested, Charged With Disorderly Conduct

Opposition MDC activists Makomborero Haruzivishe and Ward 16 Councilor Denford Ngadziore were Monday arrested by police at the...

Zimbabwe: Zimpapers Cancer Power Walk Expands

Zimpapers, the country's largest diversified media group, will hold its annual Cancer Power Walk on November 9, in...

Zimbabwe: ‘God Is the Solution’ Says Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has virtually surrendered Zimbabwe's fate to God and believes the country's turbulent phase will ease...

Zimbabwe: Interfresh Drags Zetdc to Court

Interfresh Limited has dragged the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) to the High Court demanding a...

Zimbabwe: Zupco’s New Kombi Model Can Do the Trick

Zupco's recent move to expand its services by franchising a select group of commuter omnibuses, also known as...

Zimbabwe: Zim Gems Register Another Win

Zimbabwe's Gems registered their third win at the Africa Netball Cup when they beat Zambia 57-51 in a...

Zimbabwe: Thumbs-Up for Zupco Tracking System

The Passengers Association of Zimbabwe (PAZ) has praised the vehicle tracking system by the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company...

Zimbabwe’s Future Is in New Thinking, New Blood and New Faces

IT is not possible to spend a couple of hours touring the USS North Carolina (one of the...

Zimbabwe: Zimra in Drive to Surpass 2019 Target

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) expects to exceed the revised revenue target of $18,6 billion with cumulative revenues...

Zimbabwe: Zim’s First Mbanje Plant Gets Growing

Zimbabwe has planted its first legal hemp crop after it took steps in 2018 to decriminalise cannabis by...

Zimbabwe: Sprint Legend Artwell Mandaza Dies

Artwell Mandaza, the greatest sprinter to emerge from Zimbabwe, who once ran a world-record equalling 9,9 seconds in...

Zimbabwe: Gringo Blames Piracy for His Financial Woes

Popular actor Lazarus Boora of "Gringo" fame has been discharged from hospital and is now recovering at home....

Police Slams ‘Politically Inspired’ Attacks

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has expressed concern over the increase in cases in which its officers continue...

Zimbabwe: Great Dyke Wraps Up Platinum Project Financing

Great Dyke Investments (GDI) says it is wrapping up financing for its Darwendale platinum group metals project and...

Zimbabwe: Mangudya Testifies in Kwekwe Businessman’s Case

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya yesterday testified as the last State witness in the...

Zimbabwe: All Roads Lead to NSS for Anti-Sanctions Gala

All roads will on Friday lead to the National Sports Stadium in Harare for the Anti-Sanctions Gala where...

Zimbabwe: Teenage Footballer Collapses, Dies

A teenage Zimbabwean footballer, Cedric Dube, collapsed during a league match in Bulawayo on Sunday and died. He...

Zimbabwe: Venice to Cede Claims to Community

Venice Mine has struck a deal with Government that will see the mining firm parcelling out gold rich...

Zimbabwe: We’ll Not Tolerate Indiscipline – ZNA

The Zimbabwe National Army will not hesitate to deal decisively with rogue members who bring its image and...

Zimbabwe: Independent Firm Feeds 2,5mw Into National Grid

Independent power producer, Centragrid (Pvt) Limited, has resumed commercial operations after obtaining a certificate which allows it to...

Zimbabwe: Southerton Land Row Spills Into High Court

Southerton residents have approached the High Court seeking an urgent interdict to stop the development of residential stands...

Zimbabwe: Panashe Mujuru to Pursue Olympic Dream

Zimbabwe's sprinter Panashe Majuru is fancying his chances of qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after wrapping...

Zimbabwe: Mutsvangwa, Rwanda’s Envoy to Grace Service Excellence Awards

Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa and Rwanda's ambassador to Zimbabwe James Musoni will headline guests...

Zimbabwe: New Higher Education Literacies for a Sustainable Future

As the world becomes more interconnected and interdependent, nations face increasing pressure to improve their political, economic, social,...

Zimbabwean Healthcare System – ‘A Silent Genocide’

Dr Peter Magombeyi is a testament to the fact that seeking healthcare services in Zimbabwe is as dangerous...