Good Morning Zimbabwe News
Former South Africa president Mr Jacob Zuma has arrived at a court in Johannesburg for a public-inquiry hearing into state corruption. Zuma, who resigned last year amid intense pressure by the ruling African National Congress (ANC), will be asked to respond to allegations that he allowed cronies to plunder... Read more
Editorial Comment: Govt must move to end cash crisis
The Herald The recent currency reforms announced by Government banning the use of multiple currencies have since proved to be a good move that has halted ills like unwarranted price increases. But the new currency policy should be consolidated through other measures that will plug the holes and ensure... Read more
The Chronicle Forward Nyanyiwa, Harare Bureau President Mnangagwa is today expected to officiate at a handover ceremony of medical equipment such as paediatric and diagnostic machines sourced from India to capacitate central hospitals around the country.  The handover ceremony is slated for Natpharm headquarters in Harare this afternoon. Health and... Read more
The Zimbabwe netball team, the Gems have pulled off a second Vitality World Cup win, defeating Northern Ireland to qualify for the next round of the tournament. The Gems edged the Irish side, which was ranked five places above them in the world, 51-49 in Liverpool this evening. Gems’... Read more
Government has urged Zimbabweans in the diaspora to return home and invest in various sectors of the economy for the development of the country. The Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Cde Prisca Mupfumira is leading a delegation currently holding a countrywide Diaspora Homecoming Roadshow in the United... Read more
BY XOLISANI NCUBE An international money laundering watchdog has put Zanu PF bigwigs and prominent people on its radar after ruling party youths named them in a list of people that are allegedly driving the foreign currency parallel market. The Zanu PF youth league last month produced a list... Read more
The Herald Farirai Machivenyika Senior ReporterGovernment is committed to economic and political transformation and re-engagement to enable the country achieve its full potential through the exploitation of its abundant natural resources. This was said by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Sibusiso Busi Moyo while addressing business leaders at... Read more
Town Clerk cheats death
The Chronicle Michael Magoronga, Midlands Correspondent  REDCLIFF Town Clerk, Mr Gilson Chakauya, cheated death by a whisker after a vehicle he was travelling in veered off the road and overturned along the Gweru-Kwekwe Highway on Tuesday. His wife, who was said to have been behind the wheel, is reportedly battling for life at a... Read more
Editorial comment: Order must be restored at Bulawayo City Hall
The Chronicle Bulawayo City Council has dominated the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past fortnight.   They have grossly mishandled the ongoing rehabilitation of the city’s water works.   This has condemned residents to two weeks of total waterlessness with frightening reports that the next two... Read more
The Chronicle Eddie Chikamhi, Harare Bureau SUSPENDED Zifa board member Chamu Chiwanza has vowed to challenge the decision by the association’s emergency committee and says he will also spill the beans over what happens at 53 Livingstone Avenue.  Former Zifa vice-president, Omega Sibanda, who was also fingered by the association... Read more