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By Adrian Maratu/Vongai Kahwa PICTURES of School pupils packed like sardines in the back of a Mushikashika as they raced to school owing to transport shortages triggered anger among parents who have blamed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government for collapsing the public transport system. In a video   ( https://twitter.com/HStvNews/status/1437669153993863168?s=20 ) over five primary pupils were caught […]

The ZimTrade Youth Export Incubation project, dubbed Eagles Nest nears completion and is set to launch a TV show that will air on Zim National Broadcaster’s ZBC Tv from the 28th of September. The TV show will be profiling the journey of all the Eagles Nest contestants from the first, second, and third phase in […]

Poet: Andrew Manyika Do you remember where you were when you heard the sound of an elephant falling in the forest, shaking the ground? We will not be able to forget, neither will the history, his name will be escorted by the words “iconic” and “legendary” His memory will be lauded as a hero and a […]

One day we will wake up to find every grain of sand, every sacred hill,  every river bequeathed to us by our ancestors gone. Mortgaged Even the air we breathe too, All gone for jets and jet fuel and other trivial luxuries. One day we will wake up not belonging to ourselves. Poet’s Bio Batsirai […]

By Victoria Sithole CHAOS is at the center of Harare City council over a leadership wrangle amid reports that former acting mayor Stewart Mutizwa, is refusing to hand over the reins to Mayor Jacob Mafume who returned to office after his suspension lapsed. Mutizwa who backs the MDC T of Douglas Mwonzora who is accused […]

STAFF REPORTERS THE State has dragged Harare West legislator Joanna Mamombe to court accusing her of breaching her bail reporting conditions after she missed by a day. The State alleges that Mamombe who was supposed to report to the police on August 27 as part of her bail conditions failed to do so and instead […]

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August 25, 2021

Adrian Maratu/ Vimbai Majaha Football giant and legend ‘mastermind’ George Shaya has died. Shaya passed on this morning at his Glen Norah A home at the age of 77 after a long battle with diabetes. The battle with diabetes started back in 2019, getting to the point where he had to have his legs amputated. […]

BY Adrian Maratu/ Vimbai Majaha CONFUSION over the Covid 19 vaccination of undocumented citizens has hit vaccination centres were other health workers continue to demand for National Identity cards, in violation to a government directive. Some Zimbabweans in Budiriro, and other vaccination centers in Harare said they were turned away for not having ID’s which […]

…1500 families face displacement BY VONGAI KAHWA Mutoko villagers are up in arms against mining a Chinese company, Shanghai Haoying Mining Investments, which is at the centre of a land grab likely to displace over 1500. Shanghai Haoying is eying the vast mineral resources in the area and is accused by villagers of turning their […]

The University of Zimbabwe 2021 edition of the Research Week in line with its Strategic Plan 2019-2025 has started today. The Strategic Plan, premised on the Government of Zimbabwe Education 5.0 philosophy embracing Teaching, Research, Community Outreach, Innovation, and Industrialisation, clearly sets the stage for the University’s research and innovation agenda through its various Faculties, […]