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Twitter stories: Occupants of a compound arrested after herdsmen took their cows to graze in the compound and the animals died after feeding
A Twitter user is claiming that all occupants of a compound in Abuja were arrested after herdsmen took their cows to graze there and the animals died after feeding on the grass. According to @stiljaywitswag, grasses were planted to beautify the compund but herdsmen took their cows to graze there.... Read more
Viral photos show pathetic state of Abia roads after a heavy downpour
Photos showing the state of roads in Abia state after a heavy rain is trending on Facebook and has led to a conversation. The area pictured was flooded due to the rain and the dirty water can be seen entering homes. Cars can be seen half-submerged in the flood... Read more
The Herald During his interview on Capitalk 100.4 FM last week, President Mnangagwa raised serious concerns regarding agriculture productivity. Zimbabwe’s economy is anchored on four key pillars — agriculture, mining, tourism and manufacturing. With agriculture as the main pillar, Zimbabwe’s economy has been agro-based since the days it was... Read more
NPRC not linked to any party: Official
The Herald Bulawayo BureauTHE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) is not an extension of any political party and will continue carrying out its constitutional mandate independently, an official has said. Speaking after the Bulawayo Provincial Peace Committee was constituted yesterday, director in Vice President Kembo Mohadi’s office, Mr... Read more
The Herald Daniel Nemukuyu Investigations and Special Reports EditorThe Vehicle Inspection Department (VID), which conducts driver training among other duties, has been taken over by criminal gangs that are demanding various amounts from aspiring drivers. Additionally, VID inspectors are deeply involved in certifying fit unroadworthy vehicles, leading to a... Read more
CHIYANGWA BATTLES FOR AFRICAN FOOTBALL UNITY
The Herald Robson Sharuko in CAIRO, EgyptHE might have lost his post as ZIFA president in December last year, but Harare business tycoon, Philip Chiyangwa, continues to flex his muscles in the corridors of African football. The property mogul yesterday was heavily involved in bringing together the two most... Read more
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The Herald Robson Sharuko in CAIRO, EgyptTHE Zimbabwe Warriors have suffered an early blow with midfielder Tafadzwa Kutinyu being ruled out of the 2019 AFCON finals – just three days before the tournament gets underway on Friday night. The 25-year-old, who recently sealed a high-profile move from Tanzania to... Read more
The Herald Ellina Mhlanga Sports ReporterTOP seed Takanyi Garanganga and rising star Ethan Sibanda had a good day on court yesterday as they sailed through to the second round of the Old Mutual International Tennis Federation Futures Tournament at Harare Sports Club. The tournament is running until Sunday, while... Read more
The Herald 18th June, 2019a) Human Capital Development, Skills Audit and Employment Creation: 2019–2023Cabinet considered a submission by the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, Chairman of the Cabinet Committee on Human Capital Development, Skills Audit and Employment Creation on key priority programmes to be... Read more