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Bernard Bwoni TSVANGIRAI's address at Chatham House was as inspiring as an empty bottle.
13 hrs ago | The Cricketer International
Zimbabwe A 135 for 6 lead Afghanistan 105 by 30 runs Scorecard Sixteen wickets tumbled on the first day - all to the seamers - at the Country Club in Harare but it was the hosts Zimbabwe A who had their noses in front.
Zimplats was confident that its mines were safe as it examined the cause of a collapsed shaft at one of its operations in Zimbabwe, general manager Simbarashe Goto said on Wednesday.
Sources said that Moyo was asked to present himself to the CID law and order section in Harare on Thursday morning to answer questions on what he knows about Baba Jukwa.
Chronicle Business Editor Mernat Mafirakureva has died. He was 33. Mafirakureva died on the spot last night when his vehicle was involved in a head on collision with a South Africa-bound bus along the Masvingo- Harare highway near Beatrice.
Note from the author : For the past 10 years or so, I've been spending time informally in Africa, where I have a chance to visit with government officials, non-government organizations, and residents of towns, settlements, and cities.
POLICE have arrested a Chinese man in possession of ivory, gold and large quantities of ammunition, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Beginning this week, we will be featuring stories of phenomenal women who have contributed positively to Zimbabwe, in the process pushing boundaries and excelling in their areas of specialisation.
A distinguished administrator, politician, businessman, founding member of the Zimbabwe liberation movement and Finance Minister, Cde Ariston Maguranyanga Chambati, died after a short illness at his home on October 7, 1995 and was buried at the national shrine.
Cameroonians in villages that line the border with Nigeria are living in fear of Boko Haram Islamists, particularly when night falls.
The controversy surrounding the $144 million Chinese loan meant for the rehabilitation of Harare's water system continues, with a fresh report indicating that clueless staff are tasked with executing the project.
Lucia Mambure is determined to do the seemingly impossible in her home city of Harare, Zimbabwe: open a school for children with special needs.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 05:59 pm
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