Birth certificate saga exposes rot at Lupane registry

    A man acquired a birth certificate at the Lupane registry using a fake letter purportedly penned by a local village…

    Zim opposition parties mourn Kaunda

    Opposition political parties in Zimbabwe have joined the rest of the African continent and the entire international community in mourning…

    AU discourages imposition of Covid-19 vaccine passports

    THE African Union (AU) is not in support of imposing vaccine passports as a pre-requirement for travellers as proposed by…

    Impact of Covid-19 on Africa will be generational: Expert

    AFRICA’s Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director, Dr John Nkengasong, says the impact of Covid-19 on the continent will…

    Zimbabwe headed in the wrong direction: survey

    ZIMBABWE is headed in the wrong direction economically with many citizens still struggling to access basics such as food and…

    Vic Falls water supplies cut off

    By Judith Sibanda  VICTORIA Falls residents have endured a day without running water after the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa)…

    Zim teachers struggling with mental health

    SOME teachers are reportedly struggling with mental health problems a situation which has been attributed to work overload and low remuneration.…

    Home seekers accuse housing trust manager of lying

    More Home seekers who bought stands in Rangemore under Umguza Rural District Council have come out in the open accusing…

    Afrochine accused of commencing operations in Hwange without EIA

    By Tinashe Mungazi Hwange residents and safari operators have come out guns blazing accusing Afrochine of double standards after the…

    Zim’s LGBTI community keeps hope alive

    By George Vee Nyathi  LESBIANS, Gays, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBTI) persons in Zimbabwe say they will keep their hopes…
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