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President back from UN trip

Herald Reporter PRESIDENT Mnangagwa returned home yesterday after attending the 78th Ordinary Session of United Nations General Assembly in New York, the United States. He was welcomed at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport by Vice Presidents Dr Constantino Chiwenga, Colonel (Rtd) Kembo Mohadi, Cabinet ministers and senior Government officials. In his address to the UN […] …

Man stabs colleague over pushcart 

Source: Man stabs colleague over pushcart – The Standard A 38-year-old Bulawayo man has been arraigned before the courts for allegedly stabbing a colleague on the head with a pair of scissors in a dispute over a pushcart. David Dehwe pleaded guilty when he appeared before magistrate Nomagugu Maphosa last Thursday and was remanded in […]
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8 pupils injured in Bulawayo car accident

  The road in Bulawayo where the eight pupils were injured in an accident. Mbulelo Mpofu, mbulelo.smpofu@gmail.com AT least eight pupils from Moray Primary School in Bulawayo were reportedly injured when a kombi they were travelling collided with a Mercedes-Benz at the 28th Avenue and Matopos Road intersection adjacent to the school today, Wednesday. Witnesses say […] …

14-year-old learner murdered in Binga

Crime Reporter A 14-year-old boy was found dead with a deep cut on the back of the head over the weekend after he had gone missing for two days in Binga. Alumbweleza Munkombwe was last seen on Thursday coming from school at around 3.30pm before he went missing. His body was discovered in a bushy […] …

Chamisa In SADC Diplomatic Offensive To Annul Election Results | Report

Source: Chamisa In SADC Diplomatic Offensive To Annul Election Results | Report   CCC leader Nelson Chamisa has reportedly deployed Jameson Timba and Gladys Hlatshwayo to selected SADC countries, to convince them that the 23 August 2023 election was rigged and therefore, should be nullified. Chamisa’s diplomatic offensive will reportedly start in South Africa, the […] …

SA, Botswana, Namibia give Zim polls thumbs up

Wallace Ruzvidzo-Herald Reporter SOUTH Africa, Botswana and Namibia have all said Zimbabwe’s harmonised elections were free, fair and credible, dismissing as misguided a preliminary report that was produced by the SADC Electoral Observer Mission led by disgraced former Zambian Vice President Dr Nevers Mumba. The three neighbouring countries have their own individual observer missions led […] …

Youthful Chamisa poised to finally ‘change’ Zimbabwe ahead of polls 

Source: Youthful Chamisa poised to finally ‘change’ Zimbabwe ahead of polls | Daily Sabah Zimbabwe’s opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa speaks during a rally, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Aug. 20, 2023. (AA Photo) In the heart of Zimbabwe’s political arena, a name resonates through the vibrant streets, echoing with the enthusiasm of a […] …

Second Republic hailed for first Government school in Caledonia

Victor Maphosa Mashonaland East Bureau The Second Republic has been commended for its plans to build the first Government secondary school in Caledonia, Goromonzi district, a move that will bring relief to learners who are currently travelling to Harare in search of affordable learning institutions. Currently, only private players own schools in Caledonia with fees […] …

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  • EU authored SADC controversial report on Zim polls
    by daniel on 2 October 2023 at 11:08 pm

    Fungi Kwaramba Political Editor THE controversial SADC Elections Observer Mission preliminary report was first edited by the European Union (EU) before it was publicly read by the now discredited Dr Nevers Mumba as if it was a product of the regional team observer mission when it was not, The Herald can reveal. Throughout the election

  • FlySafair launches maiden flights to Zim
    by daniel on 2 October 2023 at 11:06 pm

    Freeman Razemba Senior Reporter South Africa’s low cost airline, FlySafair yesterday began its first maiden flights into the Harare from Johannesburg after obtaining all the requisite regulatory approvals, as the Government’s commitment to implement the Open Skies Policy continues to bear fruit. FlySafair recently obtained approvals from the International Air Service Council and the Civil

  • Medicine licences revoked in drug abuse fight
    by daniel on 2 October 2023 at 11:04 pm

    Mukudzei Chingwere  Herald Reporter  The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) has revoked six permits for wholesale dealers in medical supplies and the licences for four individuals as authorities get tough on errant suppliers who are alleged to be aiding drug and substance abuse. They have been selling banned medicines, those considered dangerous, both locally

  • ZimTrade gears for exporters conference
    by The Herald on 2 October 2023 at 11:03 pm

    National trade development and promotion body, ZimTrade, will hold this year’s edition of its annual exporters conference on October 19 at Meikles Hotel in Harare.

  • Tourism sector registers 62 percent growth
    by daniel on 2 October 2023 at 11:03 pm

    Freeman Razemba Senior Reporter The tourism sector has increased significantly during the first half of this year with a 62 percent of international tourist arrivals, from 366 062 in 2022 to 591 524 in 2023, government has said. Tourism receipts also increased by 16 percent from US$343,1 million in 2022 to US$397,7 million, while tourism