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Chaotic scenes mar low-key MDC congress

Source: Chaotic scenes mar low-key MDC congress. –Newsday Zimbabwe Douglas Mwonzora THERE were chaotic scenes at the MDC party congress in Harare yesterday where a party member, Silas Zakeu, was assaulted by fellow members for calling the leadership a ruling Zanu PF project. The congress was also marred by a low turnout, which was much […] …

The agony of drug addict’s mother

“I DO not like what is happening to me. I am feeling like a mentally challenged person. I also desire to be my mother’s pride, but this drug addiction is taking a toll on me. I haven’t given up hope, I will continue pushing hard until I am free from this bondage.” These were the […] …

CCC MPs dig in on US$40 000 loans

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter CCC legislators have defied their leader Mr Nelson Chamisa after their caucus meeting held on Tuesday resolved to take up the US$40 000 housing loan scheme offered to MPs by Government, saying it is part of various loan schemes extended to them by the State. Addressing a press conference in Harare […] …

‘Zim, UAE should deepen trade relations’

Mandaza Chikarango-Herald Correspondent Zimbabwe and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) should cooperate more in various sectors of the economy, including the diamond and livestock value chains for the mutual benefit of people in both countries, Defence and War Veterans Affairs Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri said yesterday. Investors from the UAE can also take advantage of the […] …

Livestock fodder output, the private sector needs to come to the party

CHANGES in rainfall patterns, amounts and distribution that has been seen over the years as a result of the broader climatic change phenomenon that is being experienced globally, has brought very real and observable challenges to the livestock farmer. Some of the challenges include the decrease in the productiveness of the rangelands and inadequate drinking […] …

Second Republic on a roll to maintain development drive

Prosper Ndlovu recently in Gwanda AS the country heads towards 2023 harmonised elections, President Mnangagwa has urged Zimbabweans to maintain the ongoing development momentum being spearheaded by the Second Republic by voting for the ruling party, Zanu-PF. Through comprehensive reforms undertaken since the ushering in of the New Dispensation in 2017, the country is slowly […] …

Man kills daughter after dispute with ex-wife

Source: Man kills daughter after dispute with ex-wife –Newsday Zimbabwe A HOMEDALE Farm resident has been accused of killing his 11-year-old daughter over an undisclosed matter. In a statement in its Twitter page, police said: “The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) is investigating  a suspected case of murder in which Panashe  Chitendeya (22) allegedly confessed  to have killed […] …

‘Zim agriculture makes giant strides’

Business Reporter ZIMBABWE has registered significant milestones in agriculture, which is now poised to contribute 20 percent to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), from the current 13 percent, according to Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development Deputy Minister Vangelis Haritatos. He said this at the CEO Africa Roundtable in Victoria Falls last week. This year’s […] …

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    by Zimpapers Editor on 25 March 2023 at 9:54 am

    Voting has now started at various polling stations across the country while other stations are currently receiving voting material. Elections in Masvingo and the Midlands have been postponed until tomorrow.

  • Sports academies taking steps towards professionalism
    by aurora on 24 March 2023 at 11:05 pm

    Tadious Manyepo Youth Interactions Sports Reporter FOR recently-formed Royal Oak Football Academy, a single step in the right direction is all that matters. For them, building starts from the base. They speak just one language. Systematic sports development. They might be new in the game but their approach has turned heads in a country where the

  • Outcry over increase in hit-and-run cases
    by daniel on 24 March 2023 at 11:04 pm

    Ivan Zhakata Herald Correspondent THERE has been a huge outcry among commuters over an increase in hit-and-run road traffic accidents, with more than 10 cases having been recorded around the country this month. Five people reportedly were killed in hit-and-run road traffic accidents mostly done by mushikashika operators who will be escaping from law enforcement

  • Hessian sales boost TSF earnings
    by The Herald on 24 March 2023 at 11:04 pm

    ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange (ZSE) listed company TSL has recorded a 106 percent jump in revenue, thanks to a significant uptake of tobacco packaging materials in the run-up to the current tobacco sales marketing season.

  • Positive headache for Maruwa
    by daniel on 24 March 2023 at 11:03 pm

    Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter DYNAMOS coach Herbert “Jompano” Maruwa is spoilt for choice with indications he may have a full complement of his squad ahead of the team’s Castle Lager Premier Soccer League tie against Sheasham at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow. DeMbare started the season on a positive note after they beat bogey returnees