Zimbabweans Are Biggest Cowards In The Region – Report

Zimbabweans Are Biggest Cowards In The Region – Report

By Leopold Munhende A RECENT study on SADC democratic processes has revealed that 77 percent of Zimbabweans live in fear ...
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Coronavirus

29 Zimra, Police, Immigration Staff Test Covid-19 Positive At Chirundu Border

29 Zimra, Police, Immigration Staff Test Covid-19 Positive At Chirundu Border

By James Muonwa, Mashonaland West Correspondent AS the Covid-19 third wave threatens to wreak havoc in the country, 29 officials Wednesday tested positive for coronavirus at Chirundu Border Post. The northern border separates Zimbabwe and Zambia where the pandemic is ravaging its citizens amid reports of a surge in new ...

Zimbabwe

ZACC Hails Whistle-Blowers’ Contributions In 100 Arrests

ZACC Hails Whistle-Blowers’ Contributions In 100 Arrests

/ Zimbabwe
By Thandiwe Garusa ZIMBABWE Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) chairperson, Loice Matanda-Moyo has singled out for praise, whistle-blowers she says played a big part in the arrest of 103 corruption accused persons past six months. In a statement Wednesday, the ZACC boss, said the business of clamping down on corruption in the ...

Courts & Crime

Tormented Cop Confronts Minister, Own Bosses Over Endless Transfers

Tormented Cop Confronts Minister, Own Bosses Over Endless Transfers

/ Courts & Crime, Zimbabwe
By Mary Taruvinga A Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officer, who has endured unending transfers from one station to another during his 19-year service, has approached the court seeking to stop the unsolicited displacements. James Jacob feels the transfers, although routine in the police, were now tantamount to victimisation on his ...

Trending

Govt Finally Confirms Two-Week Schools Reopening Deferment

Govt Finally Confirms Two-Week Schools Reopening Deferment

/ Trending
By Staff Reporter GOVERNMENT has postponed the country’s schools opening by two weeks following the continued surge in new Covid-19 cases in the country. This was announced at a post cabinet media briefing Tuesday by Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa. "The Nation is informed that Cabinet has approved that the re-opening ...

Business

Kuvimba Declares Giant US$5,2 Million Dividend

Kuvimba Declares Giant US$5,2 Million Dividend

/ Business, Markets, News Headlines
By Staff Reporter GOLD-focused miner Kuvimba Mining House Wednesday declared its first dividend, paying US$5,2 million to its to investors after it reported record production. The dividend will be paid to shareholders in the first quarter of 2022, earlier than expected. Government, the largest investor in the mining company with ...

Showbiz, Arts & Culture

Music Star Roki Drops New Single

Music Star Roki Drops New Single

/ Music, Showbiz, Arts & Culture
By Paidashe Mandivengerei URBAN Grooves pioneering sensation, Rockford ‘Roki’ Josphats has a new love song, ‘Zviriko’ to underline the talented crooner’s slow return to the music scene. The music star, famed for chart busting song ‘Chidzoka’ in the yesteryear, is now signed under Passion Java Records owned by the controversial ...

Sports

Hadebe Completes Lucrative Major League Soccer (MLS) Move

Hadebe Completes Lucrative Major League Soccer (MLS) Move

/ Football, News Headlines, Sport
Sports Reporter WARRIORS defender Teenage Hadebe has completed his big money move to the Major League Soccer (MLS) in the US after agreeing on a US$1.65m deal with Dynamo Houston from Turkish side Yeni Malatyaspor. Hadebe signed a three-year deal with the Texas-based club which is expected to make him ...

Health & Community

Severe Frost Destroys Horticulture Crops In Byo

Severe Frost Destroys Horticulture Crops In Byo

/ Health & Community, Zimbabwe
By Bulawayo Correspondent SOME Bulawayo and peri-urban farmers have lost their horticulture crops and citrus produce worth thousands of dollars to frost following a cold-spell experienced in the region over the weekend. Farmers who spoke to NewZimbabwe.com said their crops had been destroyed by severe frost which hit most parts ...

Africa & World

Ex-Political Prisoner In Charge Of Ethiopia's Elections

Ex-Political Prisoner In Charge Of Ethiopia’s Elections

/ Africa
BBC A FORMER political prisoner who went into exile in the US, Birtukan Mideksa is now centre-stage in Ethiopia as she oversees the country's first parliamentary election since Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took office in 2018 on a pledge to end decades of authoritarian rule. Recommending Ms Birtukan, 47, to ...

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