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High Court reserves ruling in tax suit 14 February 2019 The High Court has reserved ruling in an application by pro-democracy activist Mfundo Mlilo, who is seeking an order to suspend the imposition of the two percent electronic transactions tax introduced by Finance minister Mthuli Ncube last year.
Court orders inspection-in-loco at Chikore's office 14 February 2019 An inspection -in-loco has been set for February 19, at former President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law Simbarashe Chikore's business premises to ascertain the credibility of the Human Resources manager's testimony during trial yesterday.
Heavy, thunderous rains expected 13 February 2019 THE Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has warned of thunderstorms and heavy rains in excess of 50 millimetres in just 24 hours in some parts of the country.
Anger over Sadc, AU silence on Zim 13 February 2019 The silence by the African Union (AU) and the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) on the on-going human rights abuses in Zimbabwe has drawn widespread condemnation from critics and neutrals alike.
Robbers pounce on SA-bound bus 13 February 2019 Five armed robbers pounced on a South Africa-bound Brooklyn Bus from Bulawayo to Mussina on Monday evening and got away with valuables worth thousands of dollars.
Fresh bid to nullify PG's appointment 13 February 2019 Harare lawyer Joshua Chirambwe has filed a Constitutional Court (Con-Court) application seeking the nullification of the appointment of Kumbirai Hodzi as the substantive Prosecutor General (PG).
Zim students starving in foreign lands 13 February 2019 Zimbabwean students who are on the presidential scholarship scheme are finding it difficult to get by because government is struggling to fund their needs.
Parly to summon Mupfumira 13 February 2019 The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Environment and Tourism will summon the minister of Environment Prisca Mupfumira over the continued destruction of wetlands in Harare.
Muguti to lose property 13 February 2019 Former Health deputy minister Edwin Muguti has once again drawn the High Court whip as he is set to lose property in a case between him and African Century Limited.
Heritage Printing in trouble 13 February 2019 In what could turn out to be the last nail on the coffin for Heritage Printing (Private) Limited, its liquidator is now disposing of the company's assets.
Nduna files US$10 million defamation suit against Mliswa 13 February 2019 Dexter Nduna, the Chegutu West Zanu PF MP, has filed a $10 million defamation lawsuit against Independent Norton MP Temba Mliswa for accusing him of being a thief and “intentionally damaging his reputation.”
VP Chiwenga fights ailment 12 February 2019 Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is in the Indian capital of New Delhi, where he is receiving treatment for an abdominal ailment, a government official revealed yesterday.
ED defends army 12 February 2019 President Emmerson Mnangagwa who is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces has dismissed claims that the army raped women and killed people during recent protests over massive increases in the price of fuel.
Fresh wave of purges in Zanu PF 12 February 2019 A fresh wave of votes of no confidence against senior officials in Zanu PF has consumed the ruling party.
Passports backlog hits RG's office as dollar crunch bites 12 February 2019 Delays in the processing of passports have hit Zimbabwe, with Registrar General Clemence Masango blaming a worsening foreign currency crisis which has sparked the downsizing of operations fearing a stock-out of passport paper in two months. 
Army, police boot out Greek farmer 12 February 2019 The Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) and the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) have been dragged to the High Court for grabbing a farm belonging to a Mazowe white farmer.
Riot police sold a dummy 12 February 2019 Residents in the western areas of the second city woke up yesterday to see a huge presence of riot police who were anticipating another round of protests.
Khupe party struggles to shake off Zanu PF tag 12 February 2019 The breakaway MDC faction led by Thokozani Khupe (pictured) is struggling to shake off the now widespread tag that the opposition party is doing the bidding for Zanu PF.
Mines committee session aborted 12 February 2019 A Parliamentary portfolio committee meeting on Mines failed to take off on Monday after Norton legislator Temba Mliswa accused the interim chairperson Roy Bhila of being HIV positive.
Wife: I miss Tsvangirai 11 February 2019 The wife of the late opposition MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai, pictured, has said Valentine's Day is a poignant time for her, struggling to deal with the pain and grief of losing her husband.
Teachers end strike, pursue talks 11 February 2019 Teachers staged a week-long strike last week but their union said yesterday they would now pursue talks with government to resolve a dispute over pay. 
Healthcare Costs Rise 11 February 2019 Those on medical aid cover must brace for steep increases in subscriptions as societies adjust their fees to keep up with soaring healthcare costs, the Daily News can report.
STIs on the rise among youths 11 February 2019 There are concerns that more young people are risking their health by indulging in unprotected sex.
UN Watch stands with Mawarire 11 February 2019 The United Nations Watch has commended activist and cleric Evan Mawarire's fight for democracy, pledging to support him as he heads for trial.
First lady ropes in chiefs' wives for women initiative 11 February 2019 First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa will this week meet with wives of traditional leaders to map strategies to end child abuse, girl child marriages, gender-based violence, rape cases and prostitution in rural areas, as well as promote cleanliness and food security.
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