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Acting President mourns Dr Paweni

Herald Reporter Acting President Dr Constantino Chiwenga has described the late Vice Chairperson of the Natural Therapist Council (NTCZ) Dr Nyarai Paweni as a patriotic medical professional who assisted many of her patients to wellness and good health. Dr Paweni — a naturopathic doctor — died on January 11 in Harare after a short illness. […] …


Passports office deals with huge demand

Mukudzei Chingwere and Ivan Zhakata There is a spike in demand for passports driven mainly by nationals living outside the country but home for Christmas with their families, plus those who find it impossible to take a few hours off work to apply. However, the Civil Registry Department is coping by working Saturdays, putting in […] …


‘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 […] …


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 […] …


Six perish in Mazowe haulage truck accident

Farai Dauramanzi Herald Reporter Six people died near Mazowe Dam on Friday night along the Harare-Bindura highway, when a haulage truck ferrying fertilisers from Beira to Bindura veered off the road and overturned. In a statement, the ZRP said that the accident occurred at the 36km peg along the Harare–Mukumbura Road at around 2000 hours. […] …


Top Belarus official jets in to bolster ties

Africa Moyo Deputy News Editor BELARUSIAN Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Piotr Parkhomchik, arrived in Zimbabwe yesterday and is expected to hold bilateral meetings with various ministries as the two countries seek to deepen their long standing cordial relations. Mr Parkhomchik was welcomed at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport by Foreign Affairs and International Trade […] …


Police asked to stop fake Kadoma Agriculture Show

Conrad Mupesa Mashonaland West Bureau THE National Association of Show Societies of Zimbabwe (NAASSZ) has dismissed the second Kadoma Agriculture Show slated for this coming weekend as a fraudulent event designed to swindle public and stakeholders’ money.   In a letter addressed to the police officer commanding Kadoma District Chief Superintendent Gamuchirai Makota today by […] …


Brig-Gen Kaneta declared national hero

Brigadier General Charles Kaneta, who died on Saturday after collapsing at his farm in Nyanga, has been declared a national hero in honour of the immense contributions he made to his country before and after independence. …



Govt confronts measles outbreak

Mukudzei Chingwere Herald Reporter Government has invoked the Civil Protection Unit Act to deal with the measles outbreak that has so far claimed 157 lives from complications after spreading across the country, Cabinet has resolved. The Ministry of Health and Child Care is instituting a mass vaccination campaign targeting the six months to 15 years’ […] …