• Bulawayo not part of Zim: Zanu PF

    Bulawayo not part of Zim: Zanu PF

    ZANU PF has begged Bulawayo residents to vote for the party’s candidates at the June 10 by-election, saying the poll presents the city with a perfect opportunity to “be part of Zimbabwe”.

  • Water cuts divide Gweru council

    Water cuts divide Gweru council

    Gweru City Councillors are divided over the ongoing disconnections of water to defaulting residents with some saying the move is inhumane and against the spirit of engaging ratepayers.

  • SA gives Zimbabwean immigrants lifeline

    SA gives Zimbabwean immigrants lifeline

    SOUTH Africa has reportedly given Zimbabweans whose applications for work and business permits were turned down to appeal the decision, giving a lifeline to thousands of immigrants facing deportation.

  • I’m only second to Mugabe: Ndlovu

    I’m only second to Mugabe: Ndlovu

    ZANU PF politburo member Sikhanyiso Ndlovu says in terms of seniority based on age, he is second to President Robert Mugabe and cannot retire because he still has a job to do.

  • Diplomats prefer Mnangagwa: Biti

    Diplomats prefer Mnangagwa: Biti

    FORMER Finance minister Tendai Biti says African diplomats accredited to Zimbabwe are eager to see Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa succeed President Robert Mugabe.

Suspected thief claims police tortured him

Suspected thief claims police tortured him

A HARARE man who allegedly stole money and a mobile phone at a Bulawayo lodge claimed in court that he was severely assaulted under his feet by police and denied food for six days before he was brought to court.

Bulawayo not part of Zim: Zanu PF

Bulawayo not part of Zim: Zanu PF

Water cuts divide Gweru council

Water cuts divide Gweru council

Zanu PF accused of foul play

Zanu PF accused of foul play

Bosso players boycott training

Bosso players boycott training

Premier Soccer League (PSL) giants Highlanders’ players boycotted training yesterday demanding their winning bonuses for the matches against Dongo Sawmill, Flame Lily and WhaWha.

Slow burner Pakistan demolishes Zimbabwe

Slow burner Pakistan demolishes Zimbabwe

Near-wins  frustrate  Zim players

Near-wins frustrate Zim players

Zimbabwe braces for huge wheat deficit

Zimbabwe braces for huge wheat deficit

ZIMBABWE expects to produce a paltry 102 000 tonnes of wheat this year against an annual demand of 450 000 tonnes.

AfDB, World Bank assess Gweru firms

AfDB, World Bank assess Gweru firms

Mat North tungsten mine construction remains on track

Mat North tungsten mine construction remains on track

ZNNC to honour ‘tough’ businesses

ZNNC to honour ‘tough’ businesses

Lenovo HORIZON 2e Two-in-One Tabletop PC

Lenovo HORIZON 2e Two-in-One Tabletop PC

Use the HORIZON 2e as an all-in-one PC with an adjustable screen angle and wireless keyboard and mouse, or lay it flat and enjoy an unprecedented multi-user experience, using it as a new category of device — a tabletop PC. Allow friends and family to interact as they enjoy gaming, entertainment, and education on a single device — together.

3D movies improve cognitive function: Study

3D movies improve cognitive function: Study

Windows 10 will have 7 editions, reveals Microsoft

Windows 10 will have 7 editions, reveals Microsoft

Impumelelo date SA for explosive show

Impumelelo date SA for explosive show

IMPUMELELO Shining Stars (ISS) and Gwanda-based praise poet Lerato Ndlovu – aka uNqindi oMnyama – are set to perform at the Hilbrow Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa, in what promises to be thrilling show on July 18.

SA celebrities speak of joy at Zim film

SA celebrities speak of joy at Zim film

Abafana bakaMzilikazi date Zimbabwe

Abafana bakaMzilikazi date Zimbabwe

Senator launches music career at 50th birthday

Senator launches music career at 50th birthday

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