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Maruwa takes aim at Ngezi

The Sunshine Boys are unbeaten in their opening eight games, winning seven to top the log standings.
By Terry Madyauta May. 17, 2024

Govt focuses on solving Byo water challenges: Ziyambi

Responding to questions from legislators last week, leader of government business in Parliament and Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said councils had been struggling
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 14, 2024

ED appoints Harare Commission of Inquiry

After completing its findings the Commission will submit a report to the President “within three months of completion of the Inquiry”.
By Ropafadzo Makosi May. 11, 2024

MDC-T’s security team assaults parking officers

One of the accused, Josiah Mhiripiri (23), appeared before magistrate Dennis Mangosi this week facing charges of assault and malicious damage to property.
By Rejoice Phiri May. 4, 2024

Harare chief clerical officer arrested

Chisango is employed as a chief clerical officer in the council’s finance department, while Zhuwao is the director of Greenway Multiple Agency (Pvt) Ltd.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 3, 2024

Chunga does what he loves best: Junior football development

Zimbabwe has been blessed with such coaches, who defy conventions, maestro of mischief, and a master of the unexpected. The late Gishon Ntini and Moses Chunga.
By Austin Karonga Apr. 28, 2024

Robber runs out of luck

Wielding knives, Benson and his accomplices allegedly pounced on Takudzwa Kelvin Kamadiro, who was driving from Ruwa to Harare city centre and demanded valuables.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Apr. 25, 2024

Redesigning Zim’s water policy

Sewage treatment plants are also problematic in that they consume a lot of electricity and function on expensive equipment, which can be difficult to replace.
By Kevin Tutani Apr. 19, 2024

HCC rocked by absenteeism

Musarurwa recently accused the city fathers of neglecting workers, saying many were scared of retiring because of zero savings due to poor salaries.
By Kenneth Nyangani Apr. 16, 2024