Fast Track All Corruption Cases - Mnangagwa

Fast Track All Corruption Cases – Mnangagwa

By Costa Nkomo PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa Wednesday urged the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) to fast track and conclude all corruption ...
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Coronavirus

Gathering Limits Tightened As Covid-19 Cases Rise

Gathering Limits Tightened As Covid-19 Cases Rise

Aljazeera Zimbabwe’s government has reintroduced restrictions on gatherings and ordered strict adherence to measures aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus pandemic amid concerns over rising COVID-19 infections in the country. In a news conference on Tuesday, Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said the number of people allowed to assemble ...

Zimbabwe

WFP Short US$180m For Zimbabwe’s Food Relief

WFP Short US$180m For Zimbabwe’s Food Relief

/ Zimbabwe
Xinhua THE United Nations World Food Program (WFP) on Wednesday said it is facing a funding gap of 180 million U.S. dollars for Zimbabwe’s humanitarian assistance program. WFP Zimbabwe representative and country director Francesca Erdelmann said this year has been particularly tough for the donor community due to the impact ...

Courts & Crime

Former Minister Machaya’s Trial Postponement To Next February

Former Minister Machaya’s Trial Postponement To Next February

/ Courts & Crime, Zimbabwe
By Staff Reporter JAILED formed Midlands provincial minister Jason Machaya who is facing criminal abuse of office charges, was Tuesday granted his wish to defer trial to next year by Gweru magistrate, Edwin Marecha. In his application, Machaya had prayed he needed time to find a different legal counsel along ...

Trending

State Withdraws Two Fraud Charges Against Late Ginimbi

State Withdraws Two Fraud Charges Against Late Ginimbi

/ Top Story, Trending
By Staff Reporter THE state has withdrawn two charges against the late flamboyant businessman, Genius "Ginimbi" Kadungure, in which he was accused of having forged documents to import a premier Rolls Royce and undervaluing a Bentley Continental. For forging the import documents, the state was accusing Kadungure of prejudicing the ...

Business

Pick n Pay Clears US$11m Legacy Debts

Pick n Pay Clears US$11m Legacy Debts

/ Companies
By Alois Vinga MEIKLES Limited subsidiary, TM Pick n Pay has cleared off legacy debts amounting to US$11.07 million from internally generated funds during the financial year ended March 2020. The development has enabled the leading retail chain to focus on its infrastructure upgrades. This was announced by the group’s ...

Showbiz, Arts & Culture

Mutare Gives Birth To Another Songstress

Mutare Gives Birth To Another Songstress

/ Music
Staff Reporter MUTARE has once again given birth to another songstress who is set to conquer the world of music. The UK-based songbird, Sharonrose Manhiri looks set to follow the footsteps of another Mutare born musician and BET award winner ShaSha. Sharonrose released her debut single Khumbul’ekhaya this Tuesday. Despite ...

Sports

What’s The Fuss Over Bosso’s New Peppermint Green Jersey?

What’s The Fuss Over Bosso’s New Peppermint Green Jersey?

/ Football
By Mbekezeli Ncube HIGHLANDERS ‘Bosso’ Football Club’s new peppermint green training jersey has set tongues wagging and social media abuzz. The new training kit which was unveiled last Friday at the official launch of Bosso's new kit sponsor has been met with mixed feelings with most of ardent supporters distancing ...

Health & Community

2.6m Villagers Facing Severe Food Shortages - Report

2.6m Villagers Facing Severe Food Shortages – Report

/ Health & Community, News Headlines
By Ndatenda Njanike A TOTAL of 2.61 million people or 27% of the population in rural Zimbabwe are facing severe food shortages, according to a report released this week. The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) said the food insecurity in Zimbabwe was primarily due to the shocks and hazards ...

Africa & World

Activists Fume As Eswatini PM Flies To SA For Covid-19 Treatment

Activists Fume As Eswatini PM Flies To SA For Covid-19 Treatment

/ Africa, Coronavirus Africa
IOL Durban - The Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Eswatini who for the past few weeks has been battling to overcome Covid-19, has been transferred to an undisclosed South African hospital. Ambrose Dlamini had previously been transferred to a Lubombo referral hospital in the east of the kingdom designated ...

Opinion