The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has started taking note of complaints by the public against officers mounting fake roadblocks and pretending to enforce Covid-19 restrictions, when all they want are bribes, or driving around in cars without number plates pretending they can jail you for a trivial traffic offence, but a bribe will sort everything out.
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It is so hard for children born in the ghetto to make it in life. 75% of children born in the ghetto will not make it because of what they are exposed to and because of how they are nurtured
The Rhodesia Herald, 14 August 1956 THE industrial development expected to stem from Kariba is likely to present Salisbury with a major African housing problem, the municipal director of native administration, Colonel GH Hartley, told the Rhodesian Herald yesterday. Col Hartley said in an interview that although the council was gradually reducing the backlog of […]
Zimbabwe is on course to achieving two important fundamentals for economic growth, price stability and foreign exchange stability, but it is time the private sector comes to the party. These efforts are anchored on the foreign exchange auction system, which started operating almost two months ago. Naturally, such efforts as the foreign exchange auction system […]
Since coming into power, the New Dispensation in Zimbabwe has gone all out to promote national peace and reconciliation as the backbone of its governance and has come up with many practical projects and programmes to promote its vision of having a Zimbabwe that is open for business for all, inside and outside the country.
Today, the country celebrates the all-important Zimbabwe Defence Forces Day, a key event on the national calendar as we salute our soldiers who sacrifice everything to ensure that we have a peaceful environment that enables development. As the country pursues Vision 2030 to become a middle class economy, it is key to have peace and […]
Zimbabwe is commemorating Heroes’ Day for the first time under unprecedented conditions.
Realising the futility of aligning with ephemeral and rootless MDC Alliance, the former G40 fugitives domiciled outside the country attempted to refashion themselves as true representatives of Zanu PF who had just fallen out of favour with the Harare administration.
ZIMBABWE commemorates Heroes Day tomorrow at a time when the country is faced with a renewed onslaught from the West which is keen to effect regime change using its proxies in opposition parties, civil society, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and other merchants of darkness.