ZANU PF delegation to meet other former Liberation movements Tanzania

By Bruce Chahwanda, Political Editor A 20-member ZANU PF delegation has left for Tanzania ahead of a meeting of former liberation movements where people centered projects will be high on…

Oman trafficking survivor relives ordeal

By Theophilus Chuma A human-trafficking victim has opened up on the torture that Zimbabweans are being subjected to in Oman, with revelations that a colleague desperately hangs to life by…

Herentals move level on points with log leaders Chapungu

By Anashe Murombedzi HERENTALS Queens moved level on points with log leaders Chapungu in the Women Super League after a 2-1 victory over their rivals on Sunday. They made a…

Second Republic committed to creating conducive working environment for the media

By Fungai Jachi GOVERNMENT has reiterated its commitment towards the implementation of media reforms to promote diversity and create a conducive working environment for public and private media organisations. The…

Karoro back in court

By Peter Chivhima THE Deputy Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, Douglas Karoro who is facing charges of fraud is back in court after spending the weekend…

Russia ready to continue talks with Ukraine – Russian presidential aide

RUSSIA is ready to continue talks with Ukraine, which have been frozen at Kiev’s initiative, Russian presidential aide Vladimir Medinsky said on Sunday. “We, on our part, are ready to…

UK not going to bring back temporary increase to state benefits -minister

BRITAIN’s government is not going to bring back a temporary increase to state benefits, introduced at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, as part of plans to tackle a cost-of-living…

Australia’s new PM Albanese sworn in, off to Tokyo for Quad summit

REUTERS-SYDNEY- Australia’s Labour Party leader, Anthony Albanese, was sworn in as the country’s 31st prime minister on Monday, promising to bring the country together after a fractious election campaign as…

Hundreds evacuated amid renewed flooding in South Africa’s coastal province

REUTERS-JOHANNESBURG- Hundreds of people have been evacuated to safety after heavy rains once again hammered South Africa’s coastal province of KwaZulu-Natal, flooding roads and houses and damaging properties, a government…

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…