Keegan Shutt makes it to the Zim Open golf tournament

By Lawrence Trusida FIFTEEN-year-old amateur Keegan Shutt joined 12 other local golfers in making the cut at the ongoing FBC Zim Open golf tournament in Harare. Shutt joins 12 other…

Suspected fraudsters to spend weekend in the dock

By Fungai Jachi THREE Harare men who allegedly defrauded an unsuspecting complainant of ZWL$14 million in a botched fuel scam have appeared in court. 32-year-old Nyasha Mutasa, Noel Chinyuku(47) and…

Stakeholders commit to curbing hooliganism at football matches

By Lawrence Trusida, Sport Editor THE Premier Soccer league (PSL) is satisfied that the stakeholders’ engagement on stadium security held in Harare this Friday will help stamp out hooliganism in…

Zim and Indonesia to partner in the manufacture of vaccines

By Abigirl Tembo, Health Editor ZIMBABWE is set to partner with an Indonesian state-owned enterprise, Biofarma, in the manufacturing and distribution of vaccines for various diseases. The joint venture between…

More investors troop in

By Wellington Makonese ZIMBABWE’S economic diplomacy drive under the banner of engagement and re-engagement continues to charm international investors, with many flocking into the country to explore opportunities. The Second…

Victoria Falls to host high profile boxing events

By Mthokozisi Dube ZIMBABWE is set to host the first-ever World Boxing Council All Africa Officials Training Workshop and the Africa Boxing Union Convention in the resort city of Victoria…

Mashwede Half Marathon launched

By Lawrence Trusida, Sport Editor OLYYMPIC hopefuls have hailed the launch of the Mashwede Marathon set for June 19 starting at Mashwede Village in Glen View, Harare. The upcoming event…

Residents laud government for decentralising passports

By Mhlomuli Ncube LIFE will never be the sane again for people in Hwange after the Registry department opened the first ever passports issuing office in the area. When Hwange…

Energy plant to be completed in 3 years

By Owen Mandovha THE Pomona Waste to Energy Project which started a fortnight ago, is set to be completed in the next three years before it starts producing electricity. This…

Over 50 000 teachers to benefit from government school fees payment plan

By Memory Chamisa GOVERNMENT has approved a ZWL$2.68 billion budget for payment of school fees for teachers’ children. As part of non-monitory incentives to civil servants, the government early this…