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Court Stops Eviction Of Masvingo Villagers

Masvingo Magistrate Ivy Jawona has stopped the eviction of some villagers, who had been ordered to vacate their homesteads after they were convicted for illegally occupying state land. The villagers, who reside in Masvingo province, are victims of a fresh…

A level exam results out soon

The November 2020 Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) Advanced Level results will be released end of this month or early next month.

Tobacco farmers seek remedy on payments and middle men ahead of auction

Tobacco farmers in remote areas of Karoi and Mvurwi have poked the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) and called upon Tobacco Farmers Union of Zimbabwe (ToFUZ) to give them assurances if they would be spared from perennial payment hurdles…

Policy inconsistency riles mining sector

Players in the mining sector say government’s policy inconsistency, highlighted by its shock decision to revert to charging mining fees in the local currency following an earlier announcement indicating it was moving to peg license fees in United States dollars,…

Chitungwiza land baron Mabamba arrested

A Chitungwiza land baron, Dr Fredrick Mabamba of United Westand Housing Cooperative has been arrested by the anti-corruption force.

#Demlootchallenge: Zimbabwean activists sing to protest corruption

Zimbabwean journalist Hopewell Chin’ono has taken his fight against corruption to the ears of thousands around the world via reggae with a new song entitled “Dem Loot”.

Zimbabwe likely to lose wetlands by 2040: Minister

AT least 61% of wetlands in Zimbabwe are moderately degraded and the country is likely to lose its entire natural water reservoirs by 2040 if efforts to conserve them are not strengthened, Environment minister Nqobizitha Mangaliso Ndlovu said yesterday. By…

ED must address lockdown confusion

Statements issued by the Zimbabwe Republic Police as well as Home Affairs ministry permanent secretary Aaron Nhepera all point to confusion and lack of strategic thinking in the house.

Lockdown- threat to mental health.

Many Zimbabweans stepped into the New Year with dull and sad faces. Surviving the ‘wrath’ of 2020 was one of many people’s greatest achievement in the face of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic that has so far claimed millions and left…

Zimbabwe: Journalists dogged by poor wages, harassment

Poor wages, a devalued currency, and intimidation are haunting journalists in the southern African country of Zimbabwe.