Daily News relaunches website

HARARE - WE are pleased to inform our loyal readers and advertisers that the Daily News has relaunched its website to ensure that it offers you a better, faster, more easily navigable and user-friendly experience of the latest news and opinions on Zimbabwe.

With our print product now firmly re-established as the biggest daily newspaper in Zimbabwe — following our stunning comeback in March 2011 from eight years of forced closure by President Robert Mugabe’s government — it was indeed long overdue that we turn our focus to our online offering.

This relaunched website is, in that light, a start, with many innovative online projects in the pipeline. Watch this space!

Please add www.dailynews.co.zw to your bookmarks to keep abreast of developments in the run-up to elections in the country.

The Daily News — the country’s biggest media brand by far — is determined to remain independent and true to its masthead slogan of “telling it like it is”, while holding all political players to account, as an essential part of Zimbabwe’s democratic process.

Very importantly, it is also now possible to register on the site, which welcomes all views and allows you to comment on any story.

The Daily News remains fully committed to encourage the proactive involvement of Zimbabweans and well-wishers with an ongoing interest in seeing progress being made in the country by providing them with accurate, fair and balanced news — as well as the appropriate platforms.

Keep following our market-leading news for the best informed and independent coverage of events in Zimbabwe!

Comments (8)

The progress of daily news is welcome. Its trials and tribulations are akin to those experienced by the majority of Zimbabweans, including being burnt alive! Welcome the voice of the voiceless.

Gondobwe - 29 June 2013

Editor Now that primary elections are done and dusted, could you please bring the contestants per constituent to account for what they promise and how the readers would 'judge' them. I and am sure other Zimbabweans would welcome this idea. We want to know and probably encourage people to vote for quality other than someone whose agenda is based on political views which will not help the constituencies.

Sinyoro - 30 June 2013

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Zimboz Rule the world - 1 July 2013

I think you guys have improved on your daily news updates because most times you were updating your website after three days or more. some of us have no enough tome to go in the street to get a print copy, so we use heavily rely on your online website for daily news updates. I was totally disappointed on your previous website especially from a very prominent and largest media house in the country. my wish is that you update your website daily the stories on the print must tally with those on the web. mean while im waiting for your android mobile web version as you promised us. you must understand that 80% of Zimbabweans access the internet through their cell phones so you must ensure that you cover all mobile OS platforms i.e IOS,ANDROID,SYMBIAN,WINDOWS. Your IT department must work 24/7 to ensure your online content is clearly accessible on all web capable devices. that's is how a lot of media house in some other countries managed to grow and became world popular. thank you guys. MUKOMBORERWE NDI MWARI WEDU

rodreck - 1 July 2013

This is a very impressive website indeed. The comments section proffers feedback from readers. Please maintain this standard and I hope the Daily News will continue to upgrade their system to keep pace with modern trends in media communication technology. Above all keep telling it like it is and be the true watchdog of the state by making government and all those elected officials accountable to the people. I addition to coverage of corruption, human rights and governance issues, please emphasise service delivery in your reporting. Keep on marching with the times!

Nkosi Mambo - 2 July 2013

I like the new look website. Keep up the good work

Tangwena - 2 July 2013

Thanks a million. Now it looks, feels, and behaves like a real website. When my pilot friend is late with my hard copy (Will never give up that one!!) I can now turn to the website!

zivanai - 2 July 2013

congratulations daily news. One step towards excellence and a big step away from your former sickening mediocrity.

WORDWRITER - 2 July 2013

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