Govt, NBS in low income housing scheme

The government has reaffirmed its commitment to uplifting the living standards of civil servants by establishing an affordable housing scheme in Chinhoyi.


Government through the National Building Society (NBS) is set to roll out 3 000 model houses in Chinhoyi to civil servants and low income earners.

Minister warns new urban land grabbers

The Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Cde Saviour Kasukuwere has warned individuals and groups involved in a new wave of urban land grab to stop the illegal activities forthwith or risk arrest.

Speaking to the local media in Harare on Thursday, Minister Kasukuwere said there is a wave of new land grabs in urban areas in places that include Donnybrook Park, Caledonia and in northern parts of Harare.


Analysts speak on UK EU exit

Zimbabwean analysts and former diplomats have described the United Kingdom’s victory in Brexit as a move mainly driven by the feelings of nationalism and anti-immigration inundated by foreign immigrants from war zones in the east.


The analysts also say that "OUT’’ vote was also instigated by fear of terrorism brought about by elements from the Islamic states in the Arab nations.


Zero hunger report launched

The government in partnership with the World Food Programme (WFP), Women’s University in Africa (WUA) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation, launched the Zimbabwe Zero Hunger Strategic Review repo...


Zim spending US$6 million per week on gold delivery payments

Zimbabwe’s, sole gold buying firm Fidelity Printers and Refiners is spending US$6 million per week on gold payments to curb smuggling of the yellow metal and rebuilding reserves.


Arts indaba promotes cultural diversification

The two-day National Arts and Culture Indaba which was hosted by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ), has brought a number of stakeholders in the arts sector to deliberate on issues affecting...


SA High Court refuses Zuma appeal

SA High Court refuses Zuma appeal

A South African High Court has refused permission for president Jacob Zuma and prosecutors to appeal against its ruling that he should face corruption charges over a 1999 arms deal worth billions of d...


12 months ARVs supply in stock

12 months ARVs supply in stock

The National Aids Council (NAC) says the country has 12 months supply of anti- retro viral drugs in stock, contrary to pronouncements by members of the parliamentary portfolio committee on health, tha...


Vet returning prodigal sons

Vet returning prodigal sons

By Tafara Shumba

The Biblical story of a prodigal son was told to edify people about the need to embrace those who sincerely repent, a lesson that Zanu PF has taken heed of.



Two murder cases reported in two days

Police have reported two murder cases which occurred on June 17 and 18, while two notorious robbers suspected of stealing properties, groceries and cash have been arrested.


Smart innovations: Boosting resilience to a changing climate

By Locadia Mavhudzi

Approximately 4.5 million people, over 30 percent of Zimbabwe’s population, will be in need of food aid by next March, according to recent estimates by the United Nations Developmen...



"I am here for as long as I am still sane, with good memory and will power. I thank God for giving me extra strength. I still have a bright mind; I still have will. I know our history more than you do. I know the wishes of those heroes and those who lie elsewhere more than you do. I know the wishes of the chiefs, dead and alive." - At 6th Zanu PF National People's Congress, 2014.

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