Churches pray for Dabengwa 26 April 2019 © CHURCHES here have come together to pray for ailing Zimbabwe liberation war stalwart Dumiso Dabengwa, wishing him a speedy recovery.
Daily News, AEDS to present  State of Economy Report 26 April 2019 © THE country's leading daily, the Daily News, in partnership with the Africa Economic Development Strategies (AEDS), will present the inaugural State of the Economy Report on May 7 at Cresta Lodge in Harare.
Women activists slam Mliswa 26 April 2019 © WOMEN activists have come out guns blazing against Independent Norton MP Temba Mliswa who recently mocked women parliamentarians by calling them  “benchwarmers”.
Atherstone and Cook  senior partner dies 26 April 2019 © ATHERSTONE and Cook Legal Practitioners co-founder and senior partner Lindsay Hugh Cook has died. He was 90.
Silo Food Industries   in recruitment drive 26 April 2019 © SILO Food Industries Limited has embarked on a recruitment drive aimed at beefing up its staff following the de-merger of the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) into two companies.
US salutes decline  in Zim malaria cases 26 April 2019 © THE United States government on Wednesday praised the sustained, steady decline in malaria cases in Zimbabwe and committed to continue supporting efforts to eliminate the disease in the country. 
Mangoma, Zesa bosses' trial kicks off 26 April 2019 © FORMER Energy and Power Development minister Elton Mangoma, pictured, and two Zesa Holdings' bosses appeared before a Harare magistrate yesterday facing $3 million criminal abuse of office charge. 
'Interbank market being manipulated' 26 April 2019 © CAPTAINS of Industry have implored government to allow free and efficient functioning of money markets amid fears the interbank market is being manipulated.
Councils suspend water  purification over forex shortages 26 April 2019 © Zimbabwe's municipalities are being forced to suspend water treatment and purification, citing unavailability of foreign currency, in a sign that dollar shortages are worsening in the southern African nation.
'Govt failing to fund  industry revival' 26 April 2019 © INDUSTRY and Commerce minister Mangaliso Ndlovu has expressed concern over government's failure to adequately fund industries in their retooling and modernisation exercises.
Buyanga cranks up  pressure on ex-fiancée 26 April 2019 © BUSINESSMAN Frank Buyanga is pursuing a contempt order against his ex-girlfriend Chantelle Muteswa, saying she violated a court order. 
Guvamombe trial further deferred 26 April 2019 © SUSPENDED Chief Magistrate Mishrod Guvamombe's trial was yesterday deferred to May 16.This comes after Guvamombe successfully applied for the relaxation of his reporting conditions.
 Zanu PF Hre, Byo restructuring moving at snail's pace 26 April 2019 © ZANU PF's ongoing restructuring of Harare and Bulawayo provinces is moving at a snail's pace. In February, President Emmerson Mnangagwa dissolved the party's two provincial executives and appointed his deputies Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi to oversee their restructuring.
ED in a fix . . . as govt workers want more money 25 April 2019 © WITH only less than a month gone after their pay cheques were reviewed upwards, government workers are pushing for another cost of living adjustment to cushion them from inflation, which is edging close to 70 percent.
Unwell  Dabengwa flown to  India 25 April 2019 ©  ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa has been flown to India for urgent medical attention.The former Zipra intelligence chief is said to be battling a liver problem and has been in and out of hospital since late last year.
MDC in tribal storm...Chamisa sticks to his guns 25 April 2019 © THERE are murmurs of discontent among MDC party members here after the just-ended Bulawayo provincial congress ushered in a leadership dominated by members from one tribe.
Govt frets over price increases 25 April 2019 ©  VICE President Constantino Chiwenga yesterday issued a chilling warning to businesses that are wantonly increasing prices of basic commodities.
Byo mayor vows to resuscitate  industries 25 April 2019 ©  MAYOR Solomon Mguni has reaffirmed his commitment to revive the second largest city's industries to their former glory.Speaking at the annual mayor's reception where he welcomed delegates to the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) on Tuesday night, Mguni vowed to transform Bulawayo into...
Disease, economic crisis takes toll on national herd 25 April 2019 © ZIMBABWE'S national cattle inventory has not recorded significant growth for almost two decades, the 2019 Agriculture Sector Survey Report has revealed.
Document exposes bid to lure Mugabe 25 April 2019 ©  A MOOTED grand national union concept document compiled just before last year's harmonised elections has exposed a bid to return former president Robert Mugabe into active politics by his allies.
Parly invites comments on Maintenance of Peace and Order Bill 25 April 2019 © PARLIAMENT says it is inviting public comments on the Maintenance of Peace and Order Bill (MPOB) which was gazetted last week, with critics saying it slavishly copies its predecessor Public Order and Security Act (Posa).
Young golfer miraculously survives Idai 25 April 2019 © TAFARA — a small compound on the fringes of Ngangu high density suburb in Chimanimani, was completely razed by Cyclone Idai.
Marange man up for stabbing cousin 25 April 2019 ©  A Marange man who fatally stabbed his cousin for trying to prevent him from assaulting his wife on Good Friday has appeared before a magistrate on murder charges.
Norton officials charged with culpable homicide 25 April 2019 ©  TWO Norton Town Council officials yesterday appeared before the Harare Magistrate's Courts facing charges of culpable homicide.
Man in court for illegally selling nephew's house 25 April 2019 ©  Mutare-BASED garment manufacturer  Job Torindo is on trial for allegedly illegally selling  two houses belonging to his UK-based nephew. 
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