Rural women feel heat as food stocks run out

Government says it will start distributing food aid to more than two million citizens from October 1.
By Admire Jamu-mlambo Sep. 15, 2023

Stray dogs scare as 401 people mauled

Meanwhile, the ministry also confirmed 197 dysentery cases, but no deaths were reported.
By Innocent Magondo Aug. 7, 2023

Will youth vote in 2023, for who, and why?

Supporters of the ruling Zanu PF claim they intend to give Emmerson Mnangagwa five million “virgin” votes in Zimbabwe's harmonised elections in 2023.
By RAU Jul. 23, 2023

Zanu PF ‘deploys drones’ to spy on CCC ... as FAZ wreaks havoc in Zaka

President Emmerson Mnangagwa revealed this yesterday while addressing a Zanu PF campaign rally in Zaka district, Masvingo province
By Sydney Kawadza Jul. 17, 2023

UNDP powers 1 000 rural clinics

A total of 1 044 facilities have been connected across the country since the programme started in 2017.  
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 9, 2023

Feature: Buying banknotes to survive Zim’s sky-high inflation

Ngwenya pays his clients 50% of the value of whichever note they bring — so they get $1 for a torn $2 note or 100 rand for a torn 200 rand note.
By Bbc News Apr. 28, 2023

Feature: Apostolic sect women defy religious teachings to save their children

A devout member of the apostolic sect with four children, Kanyati (22) had to secretly seek healthcare services to avoid confrontation with her husband and the church.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Apr. 11, 2023

Fall armyworm threatens 2023 maize harvest

A FALL ARMYWORM plague and other related diseases that have spread to all the country's provinces are posing a serious threat to the country's major staple food crop.
By Freeman Makopa Mar. 1, 2023

Beitbridge armed robber dies

The now deceased was identified as Arnold Mhosva from Chivi, Masvingo province.
By Rex Mphisa Feb. 17, 2023