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Xmas road deaths up 400%. . . 6 000 nabbed for traffic offences –...

Buses overtake a heavily laden vehicle on approaching a curve near Esigodini recently. Police have warned that speeding and human error are the major...

Brian Vitori handed one-year ban by ICC for illegal bowling action

Zimbabwean speedster Brian Vitori has been given a year-long suspension from bowling by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for a suspected illegal action, according...

The Best Luxury Cars of 2016

I drove some seriously amazing cars this year, and here are my favorites. (As good as they were, Tesla, Cadillac, Mercedes, and Audi didn’t even make...

'Ease of Doing Business key for tourism growth' – The Herald

Minister MzembiWalter Nyamukondiwa: Chinhoyi Bureau Government-initiated Ease of Doing Business reforms are key to repositioning the country’s tourism industry to contribute to the overall economic growth...

Gen Tongogara was prophetic — Chiwenga – The Herald

Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi (right) and Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander General Dr Constantino Chiwenga (left) share a lighter moment with Amai Angeline Tongogara,...

Bishop Lazarus And His Unholy Communion – ZimEye – Zimbabwe News

By Setfree N Mafukidze | I normally don’t go through the Sunday Mail columns but on Christmas Day I bought myself a copy of the...

Cheetahs heading towards extinction as habitat shrinks

Scientists are warning that the cheetah, the fastest land animal, is rapidly heading towards extinction, with depleting habitats and poaching to blame for the...

Grace Mugabe Wades Into Congo War, Aides 'Killer' Kabila | REPORT – ZimEye –...

Grace Mugabe has sent a menagerie of safari animals to a Chinese wildlife park to pay for military uniforms for the Democratic Republic of...

Endangered or vulnerable? Cheetah numbers decline as African habitat shrinks

JOHANNESBURG: Amid population declines for many wildlife species in Africa, conservationists are sounding alarm bells for the cheetah, the fastest animal on land.An estimated...

Reporting on government mistakes harms the country, a third of Zimbabweans say

A staggering one third of Zimbabweans in an Afrobarometer survey argued that  “too much reporting on negative events, like government mistakes and corruption, only...