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Measles death toll hits 650

Matabeleland South recorded 13 cases and Harare seven.
By Garikai Tunhira Sep. 2, 2022

SA extends Zimbabwean Exemption Permit deadline to June 2023

No holder of the exemption may be arrested, ordered to depart or be detained for purposes of deportation or deported in terms of the section 34 of the Immigration Act for any reason
By Garikai Tunhira Sep. 2, 2022

Police tighten noose around stock theft, applauds public for joining the fight

Police tighten noose around stock theft, applauds public for joining the fight
By Garikai Tunhira Sep. 6, 2022

538 guns surrendered as amnesty ends

FIREARMS amnesty declared early August is set to end today, with 538 guns having been surrendered to the authorities.
By Garikai Tunhira Sep. 30, 2022

Security officers to attend ideology school

A source in the security sector told NewsDay that police, military, prison and Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) officers from Harare will attend the school of ideology.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 29, 2022

Lalapanzi storm leaves trail of destruction

The hailstorm destroyed several houses, electricity power lines and killed some livestock.
By Garikai Tunhira Dec. 17, 2022

Ex-deputy minister’s theft case in new twist

Karoro is accused of stealing 700 bags of fertiliser from the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) Mushumbi Pools depot under the Presidential Inputs Scheme.
By Garikai Tunhira Jan. 15, 2023

2023 polls: Power shifts to Zimbabwe’s electorate

Bere said the major stakeholders — the communities —now want something more substantial than farming inputs, seed or food handouts.
By Garikai Tunhira Apr. 16, 2023

CIO hit by resignations

According to informed sources, more than 60 officers have left the employ of the spy organisation since the beginning of the year.
By Garikai Tunhira Apr. 23, 2023

Authorities, parents clash over school uniforms

Other members of the SDC include vice-chairperson Isaac Chamunorwa Pfumbi, treasurer Ellen Masawi, secretary Zhanda and vice-secretary Munashe Gumunyu.
By Garikai Tunhira May. 7, 2023

Govt pounces on 17 pharmacies

Government said the practice was particularly rampant in the pharmaceutical sector, although other sectors were also found on the wrong side of the law.
By Garikai Tunhira Jul. 12, 2023

Mnangagwa signs ‘Patriot Bill’ into law

According to rights activists, the new law will muzzle citizens from speaking against the ills happening in the country.
By Garikai Tunhira Jul. 15, 2023

Cops injured in shootout with armed robbers

In the melee, two detectives – Detetive Assistant Inspector Richard Charamba (47) and Detective Constable Albert Madziva (41) ‑ were injured and are admitted at Mpilo Central Hospital.
By Garikai Tunhira Aug. 1, 2023

10 nabbed over CCC supporter murder

The police have said they will deal with cases of political violence.
By Garikai Tunhira Aug. 4, 2023

Rwodzi, Cheza in post-vote clash

A dispute ensued, resulting in the CCC activists allegedly assaulting the legislator, Nyathi said.
By Garikai Tunhira Aug. 28, 2023

Mnangwagwa was ‘jittery’ over Harare vote

 According to sources, Mnangagwa constantly checked with his top aides if counting of Harare votes had been concluded as counting of votes was going on.
By Garikai Tunhira Sep. 10, 2023

26K arrested as traffic blitz intensifies

The motorist reportedly dumped the vehicle and fled from the scene.
By Garikai Tunhira Sep. 21, 2023

I was a victim of circumstances, says visas ‘scam’ woman

Mandeya has pointed a finger to some service providers, whom she said were behind the scam.
By Garikai Tunhira Sep. 30, 2023

Assisi school authorities, parents cross swords

Brother George Machega of the Diocese of Harare did not respond to questions sent to his phone and neither did he pick calls to his mobile phone.
By Garikai Tunhira Oct. 27, 2023

Guti ‘rules’ from the grave, ‘boots out’ miners

Mnangagwa stated in his notice that Zegu’s land is around 509,2213 hectares.
By Garikai Tunhira Oct. 28, 2023

News In Depth: Bigwigs entangled in widening CIO number plates, smuggled cars scandal

This publication understands that more than 500 registration plates could have been affixed to top-of-the-range vehicles that would have been smuggled into Zimbabwe.
By Desmond Chingarande and Garikai Tunhira Nov. 5, 2023

CCC activist abducted, killed

Masaya’s body is suspected to have been dumped at the intersection of Arcturus and Lobho roads in the Cleveland area.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 14, 2023

22 dead as kombi, truck collide head-on

The Toyota Quantum vehicle had 21 passengers on board and collided head-on with a DAF truck which had one passenger on board.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 15, 2023

22 die in horror crash

Two victims are yet to be identified by their next of kin.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 16, 2023

Byo-Beitbridge Highway accident victims named

The victim was allegedly seen being attacked by suspected artisanal miners following a dispute over a lady of the night.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 17, 2023

Safari lodge owner in soup

Saruchera said since the day crime was committed, Kelly was evasive and was only arrested after a raid, hence his chances of absconding were very high.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 18, 2023

Govt commits to protecting property rights

Platinum Properties managing director Anthony Mackintosh said the property firm was a new baby on the market, having started operating in June this year.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 18, 2023

Crocs kill 3 in Lake Kariba

The body was taken to United Bulawayo Hospitals mortuary for a post-mortem.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 22, 2023

Nama closes entries on November 30

The Namas are the most prestigious awards presented annually by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ).
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 28, 2023

Youths in global campaign for change

PMNCH executive director Helga Fogstad said the Zimbabwe adolescents health and wellbeing symposium was a key milestone for the 1,8 billion Young People for Change Campaign.
By Garikai Tunhira Nov. 28, 2023