Nkomo's absence felt in Zanu PF 25 March 2019 NEARLY two decades after his death, Zanu PF says it misses Joshua Nkomo's extraordinary skill in uniting the nation and mobilising votes for the ruling party.
Zimbabwe legalised the growing of marijuana for medical purposes 25 March 2019 THE daily use of cannabis is associated with an increased risk of psychosis or serious mental illness, with more potent forms of the drug such as “skunk” heightening the risk, a study by leading scientists has revealed.
Low confidence affecting insurance uptake: Ipec 25 March 2019 THE Insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec) says low confidence levels have led to low uptake of insurance and pensions fund by individuals.
Warriors fan dies in stampede 25 March 2019 ONE person died here yesterday when Warriors fans caused a stampede shortly before the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group G qualifier against Congo.
ERC mobilises electorate to follow-up on polls promises 25 March 2019 ELECTORAL Resource Centre (ERC) has launched a post-election initiative meant to mobilise Zimbabweans to follow-up on election promises and election reforms among other things.
Criminal offence fines up by 100pc 25 March 2019 Magistrates' courts have increased criminal offence fines by 100 percent as the cost of the country's justice delivery system rises beyond the reach of many.
Immigration officials in trouble 25 March 2019 TWO Victoria Falls immigration officials who allegedly issued instant visa documents to three Bangladeshi nationals are in trouble.
Zim urged to improve dialogue process 25 March 2019 RENOWNED human rights lawyer from Sudan, Yasmin Sooka has challenged Zimbabwe to take a cue from other African countries that have successfully managed to handle their political crisis through an effective national dialogue process.
Hotels come to cyclone victims' aid 25 March 2019 HOSPITALITY concern Cambria Africa-owned Leopard Rock Hotel is committing 10 percent of its revenue over the next month to assisting Cyclone Idai affected individuals and communities while Chimanimani Hotel is sheltering around 300 affected people.
. . . as CPU warns Vumba residents of imminent Manyera Dam collapse 25 March 2019 CIVIL Protection Unit (CPU) has advised members of the public residing in the Vumba community to evacuate the area downstream of Manyera Dam as its wall faces imminent collapse.
Cyclone Idai may affect fuel supplies Fuel 25 March 2019 AS Zimbabwe seems to be on the verge of yet another fuel crisis, government has rubbished claims there will be another outage in the country.
We are not Zanu PF, Khupe's MDC says 25 March 2019 THE Thokozani Khupe-led MDC has dismissed claims they are working with the ruling Zanu PF party alleging those spreading such rumours are being “jealous” of its leader.
Will ED deliver on Byo promises? 25 March 2019 LAST week President Emmerson Mnangagwa made an unprecedented move to lure the much radical and vocal Matabeleland civic society to his Bulawayo State House.
It's a catastrophe..Horror Cyclone destruction trail unravels 24 March 2019 THE human toll of Cyclone Idai which hit parts of Manicaland and Masvingo recently has exceeded official estimates with the scale of the tragedy imprinting deep emotional scars on those directly affected by it.
TB cases on the decline 24 March 2019 AS the country joins the rest of the world in commemorating World Tuberculosis Day today, Zimbabwe has made significant steps in the fight against tuberculosis (TB).
Potraz board okays  tariff increases 24 March 2019 THE Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) board is said to have agreed in principle to a tariff adjustment by the country's mobile network operators (MNOs).
ED off to Angola 24 March 2019 PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday left the country for Angola on a one-day visit.
Salary increase for funeral sector 24 March 2019 WORKERS in the funeral industry have been awarded a seven percent salary increase to cushion them against the harsh economic conditions, government has announced.
Questions over ED's  choice of advisors . . . as streak of aborted trips continues 24 March 2019 ON three occasions, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, pictured, has been forced to cut short his foreign trips to attend to pressing matters back home — raising questions about the quality of advice he is getting from those around him
Jabulani Sibanda to bounce back? 24 March 2019 ZANU PF Bulawayo province is deeply divided over firebrand former war veterans' leader Jabulani Sibanda, pictured, who is being tipped to take over the province's chairmanship. The province was left without a chair after Callistus Ndlovu passed away last month. 
Three lawyers banned from practising 24 March 2019 THREE lawyers have been banned from practising in Zimbabwe following their de-registration.
Chiweshe man jailed  18 years for murder 24 March 2019 A CHIWESHE man was jailed 18 years by the High Court last Thursday for murdering a reveller.
MDC congress preps on course 24 March 2019 PREPARATIONS for the MDC congress due in May are well on course with ward congresses being held countrywide this weekend.
Force4Good  Awards beckon 24 March 2019 THE Eatout Movement is hosting the Force4Good Awards at a local hotel this Friday.
ZHRC finalising probe  into army crackdown 24 March 2019 THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) will soon release a report detailing the brutal crackdown by the army in the second city, which left several injured, and maimed.
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