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Experts call for revision of carbon credits

Carbon trading is when polluting companies buy carbon credits from communities with vast forests as compensation for greenhouse gas emissions.
By Farai Shawn Matiashe Dec. 8, 2023
Suspensions expose serious Zanu PF wars
Suspensions expose serious Zanu PF wars
Mutsvangwa said Zanu PF was an organised party with structures and functional systems that respected party orders.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 3, 2023
Zec 2023 poll figures not adding up
This came out from a study that was conducted by the Election Resources Centre (ERC) to understand how Zimbabweans vote in elections, denting the credibility of poll outcome.
By Miriam Mangwaya Dec. 3, 2023
Manhize folk fret over graveyards
Gwere noted that community members were not against the government or Disco but they were asking to be resettled on land where they are not impacted by negative effects of mining.
By Felix Matasva Dec. 3, 2023
Police’s cold blooded murder details
They later claimed that the suspect was gunned down after threatening to strike investigating officers with a machete.
By Desmond Chingarande Dec. 3, 2023
Timburwa: I started gambling at 13
Entreprenuer Shakemore Wellington Timburwa says he was thrust into the business world at a young age to supplement his single mother’s income.
By In Conversation With Trevor Dec. 3, 2023
The ugly side of Zimbabwe’s drug abuse menace
According to the Anti-drug Addiction Association of Zimbabwe, drug users typically share syringes, greatly increasing the risk of infecting each other with various ailments like HIV.
By Rejoice Phiri and Kennedy Nyavaya Dec. 3, 2023
Man jailed for raping daughter
At around 2200, he went to join her in bed and demanded to have sex with her. She refused. He threatened to kill himself if she refused before forcing himself on her.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Dec. 3, 2023
Zacc, councils partner in anti-corruption fight
Majome encouraged local authorities to establish integrity committees.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 3, 2023
Cholera is wreaking havoc in Harare’s poor suburbs
Last week, Kuwadzana resident Wellington Mariga, took the City of Harare to court to force the council to provide potable water to the suburb.
Facts and Fiction: Has Zimbabwe’s new law banned lobola payments?
The new law also implies that no person may be married under the general law and customary law at the same time.
By Zimfact Dec. 3, 2023
Bartender steals US$25 000
Kuda Zengeni (29) was remanded in custody to tomorrow for bail ruling.
By Staff Reporter Dec. 3, 2023
Four charged with ivory possession
Four Harare residents appeared at the magistrate court on Friday charged with unlawful possession of ivory.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Dec. 3, 2023
‘We are already overtaxed’: Mthuli Ncube’s ‘mansion tax’ sparks outrage
Muchemwa said it was not clear how the properties would be evaluated for the purposes of the proposed tax.
By Julia Ndlela and Tafadzwa Mhlanga Dec. 3, 2023
Securico celebrates 25th anniversary in style
Founder Divine Simbi-Ndhlukula recalled with nostalgia the path that Securico walked, from birth and attributed the success of the organisation to its belief in its staff and its clients.
By Gracious Daniel Dec. 3, 2023
African women, the unsung heroes of the continent’s health
 The conference ran under the theme: Breaking Barriers: Repositioning Africa in the Global Health Architecture. 
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Dec. 2, 2023
Chiwenga wedding sends tongues wagging
Chiwenga, the 67-year-old former army commander and his soldier wife had a tradiotional wedding last year and pictures of the ceremony became the talk of town.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 26, 2023
Zanu PF abusers called out in EU report
According to a final report by the EU Elections Observation Mission (EU EOM), the Zanu PF trolls were also guilty of spreading propaganda ahead of the disputed August elections.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 26, 2023
73 top of the range Zanu PF cars gather dust
Mnangagwa doled out 210 brand new branded vehicles, including 4x4 Nissan Navaras and Ford Rangers, to parliamentary candidates contesting in the polls.
By Sydney Kawadza and Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 26, 2023
News in depth: Relatives of missing Zimbabwean migrants recount tales of hopelessness, fear
Deep down though, many may be losing hope and, although they will not say it, they fear these people are likely dead.
By Vanessa Gonye Nov. 26, 2023
Ngwabi Bhebhe buried
Bhebhe was buried at the Heroes Acre  after he was  declared a national hero.
By Vanessa Gonye Nov. 26, 2023
Mnangagwa’s series of blunders blight presidency
Mnangagwa made the surprise appointment of the army boss as an ex-officio member of his party’s politburo at the Zanu PF annual conference held in Gweru last month.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Nov. 26, 2023
Mnangagwa gets ultimatum over violations
This followed complaints of human rights abuses and reports of alleged partisan conduct by members of the security forces in the discharge of their duties.
By Problem Masau Nov. 26, 2023
In Conversation With Trevor: Marowa speaks on business journey
I would go to the flea-market in the afternoon when I was to go to school in the morning.
By In Conversation With Trevor Nov. 26, 2023
Space baron ‘rapes’ vendor
Makwavarira told the court that she did not report the sexual abuse because she had been given the tables.
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 26, 2023
Court to rule on Sikhala’s appeal
Sikhala is challenging his conviction and sentence for allegedly obstructing or defeating the course of justice. He was convicted on May 3, 2023 by Harare magistrate Marehwanazvo Gofa,
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 26, 2023
UZ taken to court over plot to hijack polls
The students revealed that they had also been barred from contesting the elections and wanted their candidature reinstated.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 26, 2023
Draconian police law challenged in court
Activist and director of WELEAD Trust, Namatai Kwekweza contesting sections 8 (3) and 8 (6) in her High Court challenge argued that some provisions of Mopa were being abused by police.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Nov. 26, 2023