Kadoma land dispute spills into court

The applicants were then given an ultimatum to immediately vacate the property in question, failure of which they would be forcibly evicted resulting in the matter spilling into court.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 17, 2024

Govt rolls out measles vaccination in hotspots

According to sources, the pupil from Chironga village died on Monday.
By Nhau Mangirazi May. 16, 2024

Govt disowns ‘King Munhumutapa’

However, Local Government and Public Works minister Daniel Garwe has disowned Chiminya saying he is an impostor since the Constitution had no provision for a monarch.
By Problem Masau May. 14, 2024

‘Clamp down on apostolic sects shunning medical care’

The Hurungwe Civil Protection Unit has embarked on investigations aimed at exposing the secret burial of minors mostly around Nyama and Lynx mine centres.
By Nhau Mangirazi May. 13, 2024

Zupco sinks in US$28m debt...Transporters threaten to withdraw service

The Independent’s calculations based on information received showed operators could be owed about US$24 million for March and April.
By Tinashe Kairiza May. 10, 2024

Carbon credit markets as an alternative investment

This has given rise to the concept of carbon credits. A carbon credit is equal to one tonne of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere.
By Batanai Matsika May. 10, 2024

Govt dodging us, teachers fume

The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) yesterday said the first quarter NJNC salary negotiations were due in April, but the government seemed reluctant to call for the meeting.
By Staff Reporter May. 9, 2024

Drought caught us off-guard, govt admits

The El Niño-induced drought has affected the southern African region where some countries have banned maize exports.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 8, 2024

Govt rebuffs World Bank advice

“We cannot listen to opinions from those who do not stay in Zimbabwe and we are not going to be coerced into doing things the way they want us to do.
By Brent Shamu May. 8, 2024