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Without Favour. 'Efficient distribution, quality printing define us' 2 May 2019 IT IS gratifying that we are celebrating the 8th anniversary of the Daily News since the commencement of operations following the infamous shutdown. We recognise that without the support of our loyal readers and advertisers over many years, it would have been impossible to attain the milestones t...
Eight years and still standing 2 May 2019 HOW time flies! It has been a tremendous eight-year journey filled with joy, laughter, friendships and its fair tears. Since March 18, 2011 when the Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ) — the publishers of the Daily News and Daily News on Sunday — bounced back on the newsstand, the marketing t...
Workers at the centre of ANZ rise 2 May 2019 THE significant strides made by the Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ) since it bounced back eight years ago are a result of its staff's commitment to excellence. As part of strategies to ensure that the company meets its strategic objectives, the company has geared its human capital deve...
Daily News best for political, local news: Zamps 2 May 2019 THE Daily News continues to outshine competition, according to the latest Zimbabwe All Media Products Survey (Zamps). Zamps report for the second half of 2018 showed that the Daily News' national daily print readership is at eight percent during the period, compared to Newsday's six percent. Gove...
'Zim's human rights remain poor' 30 April 2019 THE Daily News on Sunday Assistant Editor Maxwell Sibanda recently spoke to Dewa Mavhinga, the Southern Africa director in the Africa Division of Human Rights Watch, a global rights watchdog that defends human rights in over 90 countries globally. He speaks about his work and the human rights ...
Crises at public hospitals  mirror country's economic rot 28 April 2019 © THE economic crisis in Zimbabwe has exploded into a public health emergency, claiming the lives of many citizens. The unravelling crisis has prompted the Health and Child Care ministry to issue a public apology for the loss of lives and suffering.
Skyrocketing beer prices force imbibers to explore options 28 April 2019 © THE vernacular saying Amai vatsva dumbu, mwana atsva musana, which when loosely translated means being caught between a rock and a hard place, resonates with the current difficult economic situation in the country.
Fire outbreaks ravage communities 28 April 2019 © ELECTRICAL faults are being blamed for the spate of deadly wildfires that have hit Zimbabwe. The explosive failure of power lines and other electrical equipment is ranking among the singular sources of wildfires for the last several months. 
'Zim's human rights  record remains poor' 28 April 2019 © THE Daily News on Sunday Assistant Editor Maxwell Sibanda recently spoke to Dewa Mavhinga  the Southern Africa director in the Africa Division of Human Rights Watch, a global rights watchdog that defends human rights in over 90 countries globally, about his work and the human rights...
Why it is important to have your viral load checked 28 April 2019 © While we have shared a lot of information on HIV, it is important to note that Zimbabwe has 1,3 million people living with HIV.  It is important to start on and adhere to anti-retroviral treatment if you are HIV positive. 
They all said, So help me God 28 April 2019 © THERE was heightened frenzy and buzz when intelligence officers raided the home of Sudanese Omar al-Bashir in the ongoing people's revolution, and found the equivalent of US$113 million in multiple foreign and local currencies. 
Dentist Gonye cherishes bringing healthy smiles 28 April 2019 © TOOTHACHES are some of the worst pains ever, and dentist Stella Gonye loves to relieve people from this pain. This Gokwe-Nembudziya-bred dentist finds treating people's teeth and creating their beautiful smiles by far her biggest reward. 
Perspective on healthcare strategy, implementation...govt must commit to Abuja Declaration 28 April 2019 © THE big challenge over the years has not been failing to plan but planning to fail. The state of our healthcare says it all. While the policies, institutions and programmes are in place there is no commitment to implement. Because of this, Zimbabweans are needless...
CCDZ unpacks local government issues … calls gvt. expedite the implementation of devolution 25 April 2019 © CENTRE for Community Development in Zimbabwe (CCDZ) is a local non-profit organisation established in 2008 mainly to promote citizen participation in governance and empower citizens through rights awareness and promoting dialogue with duty-bearers such as electe..
Fantasy that Mnangagwa would fix Zimbabwe now fully exposed 25 April 2019 As of January 18, more than 12 people had died, no less than 78 had suffered gunshot injuries, and at least 240 had been beaten and tortured by the Zimbabwean state. More than 466 had been arbitrarily arrested and detained, while hundreds are displaced or in safe houses in and outside the country.
Buyanga lined up as speaker at World Business Leaders Summit 24 April 2019 Businessman Frank Buyanga has been booked as one of the key speakers for the World Business Leaders and Honours Summit, scheduled for the Lady Majestic 71, one of Dubai's 5-star luxury yacht.
Zim's begging trajectory...economic growth needs labour, capital, entrepreneurship 23 April 2019 DESPITE being rich in minerals and human resources, Zimbabwe has been reduced into a begging country, following years of economic decline in a move observers have said will lead the country nowhere.
CCDZ unpacks local government issues … calls gvt to expedite the implementation of devolution 23 April 2019 CENTRE for Community Development in Zimbabwe (CCDZ) is a local non-profit organisation established in 2008 mainly to promote citizen participation in governance and empower citizens through rights awareness and promoting dialogue with duty-bearers such as elected Councillors, Members of Parliament..
Exploring Zimbabwe in deep political strife 21 April 2019 Sunflowers in Your Eyes; Poetry from: Ethel Irene Kabwato, Blessing Musariri, Fungai Rufaro Machirori and Joice Shereni; Edited By Menna Elfyn, Gwynedd, Cinnamon Press, 2010. 89 Pages ISBN: 978-1-907090-13-4 (Paperback)
'They still  enjoy reading' 21 April 2019 IT is encouraging that Zimbabweans are reading a lot of books and this week Maxwell Sibanda, the Assistant Editor of the Daily News on Sunday brings you some of the exciting titles and briefs.
Courts expose cops torture deaths 21 April 2019 THE late Blessing Toronga, Witness Mashereni, Kelvin Tinashe Choto and Peter Munetsi all have one thing in common. Their deaths were the result of alleged torture by law enforcement agents.
MDC congress: Managing dilemma of democracy 21 April 2019 A nightmare for the democrat Those who believe in the idea of democracy often find themselves in a sticky situation when democratic processes don't produce their preferred outcomes. Disgruntlement is perfectly understandable if the processes are undemocratic...
Bee stings spur  'ISO-certified Queen'. . . as Gowe swaps UK medical job for honey 21 April 2019 THERE are certain jobs and professional fields that almost everyone would want to be part of and when they come, the feeling is always that one of not letting go.
Prices, pricing  in healthcare 21 April 2019 The magnitude, frequency and unpredictability of healthcare price increases deserve urgent attention. Product replacement cost and the parallel market owing to prevailing economic conditions do not explain and justify what is happening. This conversation digs deeper.
Views on Independence 18 April 2019 MDC-T vice president Obert Gutu said: “After ushering in political independence, the next frontier of the battle should be to ensure socio-economic independence for the masses of Zimbabwe.
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