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Boy with multiple health challenges needs help

A Harare woman in Glen view 1 is in need of financial assistance to buy hearing aids for her six-year-old child born with multiple health challenges, so that he can live a normal life and be able to communicate well with others. The Herald …


New Judge President sworn in

The new Judge President Maria Zimba-Dube has taken the oath of office and expressed her gratitude to President Mnangagwa for showing confidence in appointing her to the top High Court office. The Herald …



Goods smuggled from SA impounded

Bulawayo Bureau Police in Bulawayo have impounded a South African truck carrying smuggled groceries worth more than R200 000. The Zambia bound truck was intercepted along the Bulawayo-Harare Road near Zuva garage while the driver, Mr Phila Vilakazi, was trying to offload the goods into another truck heading to Kwekwe. Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Abednego […] The Herald …


Vaccination drive hits 2 million milestone

The 2 millionth Covid-19 vaccine dose was jabbed into an arm on Thursday afternoon as Zimbabwe’s national vaccination programme accelerated even further and once the extra doses yesterday were counted the totals were 1 400 905 first doses and 671 155 for a total of 2 071 769 by last night. The Herald …


NatPharm in manufacturing drive

The National Pharmaceutical Company of Zimbabwe (Natpharm) is strengthening its manufacturing unit to boost local production of medical consumables, the company has said. The Herald …




Local expertise to anchor national development

Fungi Kwaramba Political Editor The Government will continue engaging local investors in the rebuilding of the country as they have demonstrated that the development of the nation can be done using local resources and skills. Speaking after several companies including contractors in the Harare-Beitbridge Road construction made donations running into millions of the greenback at […] The Herald …


Non-essential travel to Harare from Chitungwiza, Norton prohibited

Mukudzei Chingwere Herald Reporter Chitungwiza and Norton residents will only be allowed to travel into Harare City if they can show they are providing an essential service or for humanitarian reasons since the inter-city travel ban now includes all travel between any urban authorities. A strict definition of the term “intercity travel” was gazetted by […] The Herald …