ZMDC boardroom  politics spill into court 13 June 2019 © ZIMBABWE Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) board demoted its then acting general manager and appointed Luke Akino to the same post days before engaging a consultant to resuscitate Jena Mines, a court heard yesterday.
Gomwe in court over residential stands 13 June 2019 © FORMER Zanu PF youth leader Godwin Gomwe has been dragged to court for illegal possession of 196 residential stands in contempt of a court order issued against the action in 2015.
Messenger nabbed over extortion 13 June 2019 © A 42-YEAR-OLD Glen View man appeared in court yesterday on allegations of extorting US$40 from a family friend.
Power cuts threaten  exam preparedness 13 June 2019 © OBTAINING power outages are having an adverse effect on the quality of education and may lead to lower pass rates if they continue, an education official has said.
MDC sincere about gender balance, says official 13 June 2019 © A TOP MDC official has defended his party's sincerity in pushing for government to uphold the constitutional requirement to have parity between men and women in key posts as his party struggles to do the same.
'Military has best retirement plans' 13 June 2019 © THE army is one institution that has vibrant retirement programmes for its personnel, a development which has seen them penetrate all sectors of the economy after the barracks, a discussion on the relationship of longevity and retirement plans during an innovation and research conference hosted...
Councils clash over land 13 June 2019 © RURAL councils and their urban counterparts have clashed over management of new settlements in the Midlands Province. An on-going land commission audit in the province revealed that poor rural authorities were elbowed from their land by the towns of Gweru and Zvishavane.
Call to unfreeze  nursing posts 13 June 2019 ©  THE Nurses Council of Zimbabwe (NCZ) has called upon government to unfreeze nursing posts in an effort to improve health service delivery in the country.
Mugabes' world crumbling 12 June 2019 © THE world seems to be crumbling around former president Robert Mugabe, pictured, and his immediate family — if recent events are anything to go by.
Byo drug ring busted 12 June 2019 © SEVEN suspected drug dealers were nabbed here after a police crack unit raided Eaglesham Flats in central Bulawayo yesterday afternoon and seized various prohibited items.
ED rewards loyalists . . . as analysts blast appointments 12 June 2019 © A NUMBER of Zanu PF officials whom many thought had slumped into the dustbin of political history, have suddenly found their way back into the corridors of power, the Daily News can report.
Zanu PF introduces secret ballot 12 June 2019 © FUTURE internal elections within Zanu PF will be conducted through secret ballot, the ruling party said in a statement issued after its extraordinary session of the politburo on Monday.
Five candidates vie for Supreme Court posts 12 June 2019 © FIVE candidates are in the running to fill up two positions that have arisen in the Supreme Court.
Zim not pulling  out of CITES 12 June 2019 © The minister of Tourism, Prisca Mupfumira, said Zimbabwe will not pull out of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) so that the country may be able to sell large stocks of ivory the country possesses.
Zesa postpones AGM 12 June 2019 © POWER utility Zesa Holdings (Zesa) has postponed its annual general meeting (AGM) that had been scheduled for today following the dismissal of its board.
Zimra alerts  buying public 12 June 2019 ©  THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is advising members of the public to demand receipts from retailers and service providers that indicate the currency they would have used in effecting payments.
Death stalks Tsvangirai family 12 June 2019 © AS ZIMBABWEANS across the political divide continue to mourn the death of MP for Glen View South, Vimbayi  Tsvangirai Java — many have been left wondering why the family of the late much-loved former prime minister, Morgan Tsvangirai —
Court 'shaves' pupil's beard 12 June 2019 © THE Supreme Court has upheld a High Court ruling ordering a St John's pupil to cut off his beard in line with the learning institution's code of conduct.
Ex-Zinara boss  trial in false start 12 June 2019 © FORMER Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) board chairperson Albert Mugabe's trial failed to commence for the third time yesterday after prosecutors indicated a change of complainant in the matter.
'PHD Ministries' financials admissible' 12 June 2019 © A HARARE magistrate yesterday dismissed an application by PHD Ministries and ruled that the financial statements which were acquired by Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officials are admissible as evidence.
Buyanga excluded on son's birth certificate 12 June 2019 © IN a new twist to the child custody row between Frank Buyanga and his ex-girlfriend Chantelle Muteswa, the business tycoon has filed an urgent chamber application to be included on the minor's birth certificate saying the woman had initially lied that she did not know her child's father.
Zesn launches recommendations on 2023 polls 12 June 2019 © ZIMBABWE Election Support Network (Zesn) yesterday launched a compilation of recommendations submitted by local, regional and international election observers following the disputed July 30, 2018 national polls.
Govt deports  five foreigners 12 June 2019 © GOVERNMENT has deported five foreigners who were arrested after violating the country's immigration laws. The foreigners are from the United States, Britain, Egypt, China and Nigeria.
Power cuts deepen  Gwanda water woes 12 June 2019 © RESIDENTS of Gwanda will have to endure more water shortages after their municipality introduced water rationing due to the worsening power cuts which have affected business and homes across the country.
'Zim still performing  poorly on human rights' 12 June 2019 © ZIMBABWE continues to perform poorly in observing and upholding human rights although it has slightly improved from its last year's standing, a new report says.
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