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Illegal Borrowdale billboard case deferred to Feb

Prosper Dembedza Herald Correspondent Two Harare men accused of erecting an illegal billboard in Borrowdale with devastating information to a development company today had their matter deferred to February 28 pending their Supreme Court appeal. Grant Russel and Mark Strathen are facing criminal nuisance charges. The duo is challenging a High Court order to proceed […] …


Letter: Zimbabwe is at a crossroads in economic crisis

Letter: It is shameful and saddening that the country of Zimbabwe is sitting in a mess, but its mining sector is highly diversified, with close to 40 different minerals. Source: Letter: Zimbabwe is at a crossroads in economic crisis Letter: It is shameful and saddening that the country of Zimbabwe is sitting in a mess, […] …


Lafarge allays fears of products shortage

ZSE chief executive Justin Bgoni said in a statement the halt in the trading in Lafarge shares was with effect from December 23, 2022, until further notice. Enacy Mapakame Lafarge Cement Zimbabwe has allayed fears of disruptions to operations or product supply shortages after its main shareholder’s directors were recently placed under United States targeted […] …


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 […] …


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 […] …


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 […] …


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 […] …


Ahead of elections, Zim authorities intensify onslaught against dissent

Source: Ahead of elections, Zim authorities intensify onslaught against dissent ZIMBABWEAN authorities have arrested a Bindura man and charged him with insulting President Emmerson Mnangagwa after he allegedly denounced the ZANU PF party leader. Credit: Taurai Maduna/IPS 28 year-old Tinashe Evans Wille, a resident of Chiwaridzo suburb in Bindura in Mashonaland Central province was arrested […] …


Tynwald High School bus was speeding; police release deceased’s names

Source: Tynwald High School bus was speeding; police release deceased’s names Police in Nyanga say the bus accident in which six students from Tynwald High School died was caused by speeding. Circumstances surrounding the accident are that upon reaching the 75 kilometre peg along the Rusape-Nyanga road near Pine Tree Hotel, the driver failed to […] …