VICE-PRESIDENT Joice Mujuru refuses to back down in the face of stinging rebukes and a clear charge to make sure she resigns from her post before next month’s congress, where some think she may spring an unlikely surprise.
Bulawayo-BORN designer Thando Magumise is destined for greatness after her debut at the Fashion Week Middle East last month.
LAST YEAR, while at Shabanie Mine, the self-professed doctor of football Luke “Vahombe” Masomere bundled giants Dynamos out of the BancABC Sup8r Cup 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out in the semi-finals at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo.
ONE person died while three others were injured when an underground shaft at Turk Mine near Inyathi collapsed, trapping the four during the early hours of yesterday morning.
ATLAS Mara and BancABC have engaged external consultants to review the credit process amid rising default rates at the pan-African banking group.
Zimbabwe’s top footballers for the 2014 season have been selected. New boys, ZPC Kariba have contributed three players, the most…
THE ongoing dispute between the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) and Gwanda town council that has seen residents of the Matabeleland South capital going for days without water is unnecessary.
THE flooding of Harare streets that was witnessed on Monday after rains pounded the capital was symptomatic of a serious littering problem that characterises most urban centres in Zimbabwe.
Bulawayo residents took to the streets on Friday to demonstrate against prepaid water meters. Below are pictures from the event.
ZIMBABWE is this week celebrating another round of “mega” deals, this time with the Russians.
Independence in Zimbabwe was not a time for jubilation for most ex-combatants as some found homes they had left intact destroyed and families killed, leaving them with nowhere to go.
IT HAS been claimed that Zimbabweans are among the most taxed people in the world and this could not be further from the truth.
A new crime cop is emerging in Southern Africa, one so different from Botswana’s Mma Precious Ramotswe that it’s unlikely there will be rivalry between them.
FOR once Zimbabwe this week is making headlines across the world for a good reason after the cricket national team’s sensational victory against then number one ranked one-day international (ODI) playing nation, Australia.
THE eviction of more than 50 former National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) employees in Bulawayo last week has to be condemned in the strongest terms.
Ebola’s devastation in West Africa has catapulted experimental drugs from labs to patients and shaken up vaccine development, which was hitherto patchy as outbreaks of the virus have tended to be spasmodic and geographically limited.
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