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Arcadia targets first quarter production
On Wednesday, an official said the operation could be Africa’s largest lithium mine.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 9, 2022
Zim horticulture gets timely boost
The horticulture sector has recently been a major focus for both financial and technical capacitation in Zimbabwe.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 27, 2022
Police name Nyanga bus accident victims
A memorial service was held at Tynwald High School yesterday with parents, teachers and other learners bidding farewell to the deceased students.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 17, 2022
I’ve been a victim of racism in classical music: Mhambi
Mhambi, who learnt how to play the violin at Chisipite Girls High School in Harare, said her musical journey was marred by discrimination at its infancy.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 20, 2022
ZADF calls for more dairy farmers.
SMALLHOLDER and medium-scale farmers have been urged to venture into dairy farming.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 21, 2022
Zanu PF leans on parastatals to fund congress
However, a top official from a parastatal under the ICT ministry told NewsDay that most parastatals had no financial capacity to fund the exhibitions.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 24, 2022
‘Bitcoin should be the currency of choice’
Posch said bitcoin is neutral money that can help solve Zimbabwe's money problems and stop the government from extracting value from the people.
By Donald Nyandoro Nov. 4, 2022
Cure Zimbabwe offers free orthopaedic services
Cure Zimbabwe is part of Cure International, a non-profit organisation which built hospitals to assist disadvantaged children in Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, Philippines and Niger.
By Donald Nyandoro Nov. 10, 2022
Delish Nguwaya scoops award for his Pomona waste project
The project, however, sparked controversy with Harare City Council and government locking horns as mayor Jacob Mafume refused to be part of the deal citing irregularities.
By Donald Nyandoro Dec. 8, 2022
EU extends dairy project lifespan
The current local demand of milk in the country stands at 120 million litres per annum, but Zimbabwe produced 79 million litres last year.
By Donald Nyandoro Dec. 14, 2022
Africa challenged to promote development
Moyo said due to poor policy making, Africa was not making much progress in bettering the conditions of its people.
By Donald Nyandoro Dec. 15, 2022
Zim fights armyworm outbreak
African armyworm has unsettled authorities since it was detected in Mbire a week ago.
By Donald Nyandoro Dec. 29, 2022
66 journalists killed in 2022
According to the report: “This years’ figure marks a steep increase from the total of 45 journalists killed in 2021.”
By Donald Nyandoro Dec. 31, 2022
Ex-mayor Gomba released without charge
Gomba said he was released on the same day with the help of the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Donald Nyandoro Jan. 6, 2023
Give us space in Muvevi case, police urge media
In a statement yesterday, police said interviews with witnesses might affect on-going investigations.
By Donald Nyandoro Jan. 19, 2023
PSMI workers, managers on collision course
This follows submission of a staff rationalisation document to the principal company, Public Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS).
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 1, 2023
Zim's disused radioactive material facility nearing completion
“This facility has the capacity to manage all national requirements as well as assist other countries in the region when an appropriate framework agreement has been established,” he said.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 9, 2023
Former minister Mushohwe dies
In his condeolence message, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said Mushohwe died after a long illness.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 14, 2023
Hundreds of vehicles face deregistration
In a notice yesterday, Zinara said the vehicles would be automatically de-registered from the CVR database.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 20, 2023
Shadaya ignites heated global gender debate….and picks up 6K new followers in the process
Shadaya normally uses his social media handles to raise masculinity awareness among modern men.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 21, 2023
‘New sorghum variety a game changer’
Seed Co global research and development head Gorden Mabuyaye said their partnership with ICRISAT strove to bring innovative and high-performing seeds to the market.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 22, 2023
Govt suspends schooling in Cyclone Freddy zones
In a statement, Primary and secondary education permanent secretary Tumisang Thabela said in the interest of safety, schools should employ non-physical learning options.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 23, 2023
Warrant of arrest for MP after militia attack on rivals
The complainant in the case is Zanu PF Arda district chairperson Sylvester Mhirizhonga, who reported the case under RRB5413524.
By Problem Masau and Donald Nyandoro Feb. 25, 2023
My goal is to remove Zanu PF: Chapman
ROBERT Howard Chapman, leader of political outfit, the Democratic Union of Zimbabwe (DUZ), has been accused of being a Zanu PF collaborator .
By Donald Nyandoro Mar. 1, 2023
RBZ takes aim at unaired Al Jazeera graft documentary
RBZ governor, John Mangudya took umbrage with the description of the central bank as ‘Southern Africa’s laundromat’ and ‘Southern Africa’s laundry service’
By Donald Nyandoro Mar. 6, 2023
Local telcos petition Parly over US$ tariffs
The country’s telcos industry is currently faced with numerous challenges, including foreign currency shortages, low tariffs and power outages
By Donald Nyandoro Mar. 8, 2023
3000 arrested in anti-drugs operation
"Investigations by the police revealed that Memory Gavaza is a house maid who was selling the drugs on behalf of Norah Kandawasvika.”
By Donald Nyandoro Mar. 9, 2023
DPA signs 20-year power deal with Africa’s largest data centre provider
Energy will be delivered to Africa Data Centres’ facilities partly from the solar farm DPA is developing near Bloemfontein to deliver the first 12MW required for the ADC data centres.
By Donald Nyandoro Mar. 15, 2023
Upper 6 student commits suicide
Police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed incident.
By Donald Nyandoro Mar. 15, 2023
Farmers urged to venture into agroecology
Speaking at a stakeholder meeting in Harare last week, expert Julious Piti said agroecology was the best climate change reversal strategy that could also be used to generate income.
By Donald Nyandoro Mar. 17, 2023
Crack team raids Chinese firms… undocumented immigrants fished out in shock clean-up
Zanu PF to exploit US stance ahead of elections: Analysts
Ncube feels heat as meltdown batters Zim from all fronts
By Shame Makoshori and Rugare Mubika