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Staff Reporter OPPOSITION leader Nelson Chamisa has vowed that President Emmerson Mnangagwa will not enjoy the fruits of the disputed July 30 vote until he allows for political dialogue. Addressing a commission of inquiry into the August 1 shootings  that saw at least six people being killed, the 40-year-old opposition leader...
Zimbabwe’s largest hydroelectric plant, Kariba Dam, will suspend output in 14 weeks if water levels continue to fall at the current rate, the energy minister said on Thursday, paving the way for deeper power cuts in the country. Shortages of foreign currency have hampered Zimbabwe’s ability to import fuel –...
By Tinomutenda Midzi The prevalence rate of fire accidents has increased lately resulting in speculation that there might be a third force behind the mysterious fires. Latest cases were reported in Mbare (near Siyaso complex) and   Glen View Area 8 where property worth thousands of dollars was destroyed. In respect of the...
Bulawayo - A total of 218 direct exhibitors have booked exhibition space which compares favourably to last year’s closing total of 153 direct exhibitors; representing a 42% increase, as the regional Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine Entra) exhibition roars into life in Bulawayo today (Wednesday). The exhibition that ends on Friday...
The  Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Kirsty Coventry has revealed that her ministry has plans to host a mega memorial concert to celebrate the life of the late national hero Oliver Mtukudzi who died last Wednesday in Harare. Speaking on the...
By Melody Mashaire The call by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to intensify the anti-graft crusade seem to be facing obstacles as the National Prosecution Authority (NPA) has proved to be incapacitated and has scant resources to deliver its mandate, the Mail and Telegraph has learnt. Among a cocktail of abnormalities, the NPA...
It seems a 'sickness bug' has hit most of the (G40) cabal members as evidenced by claims that they are suffering from various health ailments since the time of their ouster in the 2017 ‘Operation Restore Legacy.’ Members of the once popular G40...
Bulawayo- COMMUTER omnibus operators in Bulawayo have reduce Kombi fares across city routes to $1 from $1, 50. The resolution comes after the government availed a total of 77 buses in the city on Wednesday in a bid to ease the transport problem which...
Kadoma- President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared as a national disaster the Silver Moon and Cricket Mines disastrous event that recently occurred in Kadoma which left more than 23 people deed. In a statement, Local government minister, July Moyo announced that Mnangagwa had declared the calamity as a state of disaster and...
A local environmental and wildlife organisation People and Earth Solidarity Law Network (PES Lawyers) together with six others in Zimbabwe, have petitioned Parliament demanding that information and decisions concerning the export of Zimbabwean elephants, rhinos and other wildlife be made transparent and accessible to the public. This follows an outcry...
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