In Pictures

In Pictures

TelOne launches blaze LTE in Chitungwiza

State owned telecommunications operator TelOne has launched a blaze Long Term Evolution (LTE), a mobile internet service in Chitungwiza. The service is geolocked hence sim cards for Chitungwiza can only work in Chitungwiza. It allows clients to connect up to ten devices on an LTE modem MiFi and up to 32 devices on an indoor

Harare’s dumpsites now an eyesore and a health hazard

By Staff Reporter A RECENT study by the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) revealed the extent of Harare City Council’s incompetence after discovering more than 7 000 illegal dumpsites in the city that the local authority is failing to deal with. EMA has since filed a High Court application to compel council to collect the garbage.

Tiger’s Tale: Woods shoots career-worst 78 at the Masters

By Associated Press AUGUSTA: Tiger Woods used to turn weekends at Augusta National into gripping theatre, relentlessly charging up the leaderboard one fearless drive, one feathery iron, one nervy putt at a time. Not now. Maybe not ever again. The magic the five-time Masters champion summoned so easily for so long was nowhere to be

Pope Francis calls for an Easter truce in Ukraine

By Associated Press VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis opened Holy Week Sunday with a call for an Easter truce in Ukraine to make room for a negotiated peace, highlighting the need for leaders to “make some sacrifices for the good of the people.” Celebrating Palm Sunday Mass before crowds in St. Peter’s Square for the first

French go to the polls in 1st round of presidential election

By Associated Press French citizens flocked to polling stations across the country Sunday to vote in the first round of the country’s presidential election, where up to 48 million eligible voters will be choosing between 12 candidates. Centrist President Emmanuel Macron is seeking a second five-year term, but faces a strong challenge from the far

IN PICTURES: Chamisa’s first CCC rally

Pictures by Thandiwe Garusa HARARE: The Nelson Chamisa-led Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) party held its first rally in Harare last weekend to drum up support for its candidates in the forthcoming March 26 by-elections. Thousands of supporters attended the rally which was held at Zimbabwe Grounds in the Highfield area of the capital. The

Deputy Health Minister John Mangwiro and Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube addressing journalists after receiving the Sinovac vaccines last week

IN PICTURES: Zimbabwe Takes Delivery Of 2m Covid Doses

By Thandiwe Garusa THE government, last week, took delivery of two million Covid-19 Sinovac vaccines. The doses were received at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube and Deputy Health Minister John Mangwiro. The arrival of the vaccines comes when Zimbabwe is experiencing its worst Covid-19 pandemic period with new infections

IN PICTURES: Matapi Flats Destroyed By Fire

By Thandiwe Garusa AT LEAST 30 families are now homeless after a fire broke out at a block of flats at Matapi hostels in Harare late Wednesday afternoon. The fire is suspected to have been caused by an electrical fault. The affected families lost property worth thousands of dollars and are now appealing for food,

IN PICTURES: Glen View Demolitions

By Thandiwe Garusa HUNDREDS of informal traders in Glen View Harare Tuesday lost goods worth thousands of US dollars after Harare City Council workers backed by heavily armed police officers demolished market stalls. The demolitions were mainly centred at the densely populated Glen View 8 complex and Tichagarika shopping centre. photographer Thandiwe Garusa visited