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Zanu PF gets 53 seats headstart

Joseph Madzimure and Wallace Ruzvidzo THE ruling Zanu PF party has so far won 53 local authority seats uncontested after opposition political parties failed to field candidates at the close of the Nomination Court on Wednesday. Zanu PF successfully fielded candidates in all the 210 seats for the National Assembly while the CCC party was […] …

Zimbabwe launches first ever messaging, financing app 

Source: Zimbabwe launches first ever messaging, financing app –Newsday Zimbabwe According to Jonathan Muchengeti, the director of the company, TalkChart is a proudly Zimbabwean creation. Zimbabwe has taken a significant step in the world of social media with the development of its own application, TalkChart which has already attracted over 30 000 users. The innovative […] …

First Lady calls for hard work, respect among partners

Tendai Rupapa and Walter Nyamukondiwa in BANKET AT least 1 500 residents of Mashonaland West Province walked tall in Banket yesterday where they graduated with life-changing short courses, courtesy of First Lady Dr Auxillia Mnangagwa’s skills development programme to empower newly married couples to curb marriage breakdowns spawned by laziness and immorality. The courses include […] …

President Mnangagwa meets civil servants leaders

Source: President Mnangagwa meets civil servants leaders | The Chronicle President Mnangagwa  Sikhumbuzo Moyo, smoyo@chronicle.co.zw  PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has pledged to address the plight of civil servants as the Second Republic remains firmly committed towards improving their welfare and working conditions. This was revealed by the Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions (ZCPSTU) president Mrs Cecilia […] …

Worry over increased wetland invasion

Source: Worry over increased wetland invasion –Newsday Zimbabwe ENVIRONMENTALIST Never Bonde has expressed concern over increasing wetland invasions and firewood poaching in Zimbabwe and has urged authorities to tighten law enforcement to curb the vice. His concern comes as most urban and rural areas are currently experiencing increased wetland invasion with people building houses on […] …

UB40 show breaks down barriers, rejuvenates tourism

Tafadzwa Zimoyo–Entertainment Editor The visit to Zimbabwe by British reggae band, UB40, featuring Alistair Ian Campbell is a welcome development that goes beyond entertainment to double up as a draw-card for tourism.  While Britain and Zimbabwe’s relations have been lukewarm, the arts sector has once again proved to be a unifying force between the two […] …

4 students arrested over Sikhala demo 

Source: 4 students arrested over Sikhala demo –Newsday Zimbabwe File pic: FOUR University of Zimbabwe (UZ) students were yesterday arrested for staging a protest on Monday evening over the continued incarceration of opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) lawmaker, Job Sikhala and the “weaponisation” of the law against government critics. According to the Zimbabwe NGO […] …

New development thrust locally funded

Zvamaida Murwira in MUDZI PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday commissioned Rwenya Bridge in Mudzi district that will reconnect the area with Manicaland province on the northern side as the Second Republic steps up infrastructure development projects using local resources and companies consistent with its “Nyika Inovakwa Nevene Vayo” mantra. The bridge was swept away in 2013 by […] …

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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