Herald Reporter All journalists are guaranteed of rights and safety under the Second Republic led by President Mnangagwa, which is determined to ensure they play their watchdog role for the furtherance of democracy, a Cabinet minister has said. Addressing media stakeholders during the commemorations of the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) in […]
Public interviews for Constitutional Court judges are currently underway at a hotel in Harare.
LEGISLATORS have called for self-regulation of the media industry similar to the way the Law Society of Zimbabwe regulates lawyers in order
CONFUSION has hit the reopening of schools, with teachers refusing to return to classes until government offers them a good salary deal.Schools,
BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE OPPOSITION Harare West legislator Joanah Mamombe (MDC Alliance), who was remanded in custody by a Harare magistrate who wants
A “HIT SQUAD” allegedly belonging to MDC-T secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora on Saturday morning violently stormed the MDC Alliance Kwekwe offices intending to
Public schools open for the examination classes today with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education confirming that all systems are in place for a successful reopening.
Nearly 100 home-seekers have this year lost millions of dollars in botched sales of immovable property after officers from the Deeds Registry and the Registrar General’s Office allegedly supplied title deeds and national identity cards of property owners to criminals.
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Dr Sibusiso Moyo met his Malawian counterpart — Francis Kasaila — at his office in Harare yesterday, setting the stage for President Mnangagwa and his Malawian counterpart Lazarus Chakwera’s expected engagement on Wednesday.