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Massive rehabilitation of more major roads on cards

Freeman Razemba Senior Reporter MAJOR roads, flyovers and bridges, along with mini interchanges along roads in and around Harare that link with the US$88 million Mbudzi Traffic Interchange, are being rehabilitated or constructed, Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Felix Mhona has said. Julius Nyerere Way, for example, will be closed to traffic in the next […] …



President arrives in Angola for SADC Summit

Africa Moyo in LUANDA, Angola President Mnangagwa has arrived in Luanda, Angola, for the SADC Extraordinary Summit, where the dire security situation in Eastern DRC comes under the spotlight. The President touched down at the 4 February International Airport in Luanda at about 10am, which is 11am Zimbabwe time. He was welcomed by Angolan Minister […] …


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 […] …


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 […] …


1 800 shortlisted for title deeds in Caledonia

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter At least 1 800 stand owners in Caledonia have been shortlisted for title deeds as the Second Republic walks the talk on the regularisation of settlements in line with its National Housing Delivery Policy anchored in the National Development Strategy. This comes as Epworth residents continue to receive title deeds in […] …


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 […] …


Tap into spin-offs from Zim-Eswatini ties: President

Zvamaida Murwira-Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa has challenged private sector players from Zimbabwe and the Kingdom of Eswatini to tap into spin-offs from the strong bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries to invest in various sectors for the mutual benefit of both nations. He said there were several policy interventions that Zimbabwe was implementing, […] …


13 killed in horror Chivhu bus crash

THIRTEEN people died and several others were seriously injured when a bus belonging to Timboon Coaches crashed at the five kilometre peg along the Chivhu-Murambinda Road yesterday morning. …


Law officer Muringani jailed for inmates’ release

Senior Court Reporter  Law officer Henry Mugove Muringani has been jailed for 12 years on charges of facilitating the release of four inmates who were facing serious offences through preparing bails on their behalf. Muringani was slapped with a five year-jail term for each of the four counts of criminal abuse of office as a […] …