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The Chronicle Michelle Gwizi, Chronicle Reporter A 20-YEAR-OLD man from Nyamandlovu has appeared in court for allegedly raping his 41-year-old neighbour. The accused person pleaded not guilty to two counts of rape when he appeared before Bulawayo Regional Magistrate Ms Sibonginkosi Mnkandla. He was remanded in custody to July... Read more
The Chronicle Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau Former Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Cde Obedingwa Mguni has died after a short illness. He was 57. The Chronicle is reliably informed that the Zanu-PF stalwart died in Harare last night at Avenues clinic where he had been taken ill. Party sources... Read more
The Herald Darlington Musarurwa in MAPUTO, Mozambique, and Joseph Madzimure in HARAREPresident Mnangagwa yesterday flew to Mozambique for the 12th edition of the US-Africa Business Summit, which provides Zimbabwe a platform to engage with United States of America and African private sector executives, international investors and multilateral stakeholders. He... Read more
The Chronicle Farirai Machivenyika, Harare Bureau Government has stepped up efforts to address electricity challenges obtaining in the country, but signalled that collective efforts are required for a long-lasting solution. Addressing a press conference on the 21st Cabinet Meeting Decision matrix yesterday, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said... Read more
The Chronicle Darlington Musarurwa in MAPUTO, Mozambique and Joseph Madzimure in HARARE President Mnangagwa yesterday arrived in Maputo, Mozambique, for the 12th edition of the US-Africa Business Summit, which  provides Zimbabwe a platform to engage with United States of America and African private sector executives, international investors and multilateral... Read more
MPs insist on corporal punishment
The Chronicle Zvamaida Murwira, Harare Bureau Government should revisit provisions in the Education Amendment Bill, in particular clauses that seek to ban corporal punishment and the exclusion of pregnant pupils from school, legislators have said. Contributing during the Second Reading of the Education Amendment Bill, the legislators said some of... 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
NPRC a non-partisan entity: Official
The Chronicle Thandeka Moyo, Chronicle Reporter  THE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) is not an extension of any political party and will continue carrying out its constitutional mandate independently, a senior Government official has said.  Speaking after the Bulawayo provincial peace committee was constituted yesterday, the director in Vice... Read more
The Herald Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa yesterday hosted the World Cup-bound netball team at State House where the team went through an interactive session ahead of its departure for the global tournament to be held in Liverpool, England next month. The Vitality World Cup... Read more