Tonota woman admits forging Omang for foreigners – Mmegi Online

The 44-year-old Sekane Mabutho of Tonota village pleaded guilty to seven counts of helping Zimbabweans to obtain Omang illegally when she appeared before magistrate Lebogang Kebeetsweng on Wednesday. Mabutho was also charged with eight counts...

West Indies wary of resurgent Zimbabwe

11:25 PM ET Big picture Zimbabwe's lost son has returned, and bringing good news it seems. Brendan Taylor, Zimbabwe's finest batsman of the last decade, and possibly ever, is back in the fold and reckons "this...

Explaining voter apathy in Zim – Zimbabwe Independent

Getting voters to turn out for the ongoing biometric voter registration (BVR) exercise is the puzzle before the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), political parties, civil society organisations (CSOs), development partners (like the United Nations...

Vic Falls buys 100 solar-powered street lights – NewsDay

THE Victoria Falls Municipality has purchased 100 solar-powered street lights to be installed in the town, as the local authority goes green as a way to cushion its residents against intermittent power cuts. By Nokuthaba...

Muchechetere ordered to release farm equipment – NewsDay

FORMER Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) chief executive officer Happison Muchechetere has been ordered to allow a Banket white farmer to remove his equipment from his former farm. BY CHARLES LAITON Former Buryhill Estate and Chikomo Chemhunga...

Mbare man jailed 6 years for stealing network cables – NewsDay

A 21-YEAR-OLD Mbare man has been slapped with a six-year prison term by a Harare magistrate after he was convicted of stealing 30kg of communication drop live cables worth $3 000. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Danmore Mutyavaviri...

Doing What They Know Best …

A dance group entertaining people who attended a ceremony in Lupane, Matabeleland North province, where U.S Embassy Harare deputy chief of mission, Jennifer Savage, handed over $100,000 to the Lupane Women's Development Trust for...

Zec yet to recognise Mudzi South – NewsDay

THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) is yet to respond to a letter of demand by Mudzi South legislator Jonathan Samukange who wants his constituency to be captured in the biometric voter registration (BVR) database. BY...

Harare to scrap fixed water charges

Source: Harare to scrap fixed water charges | Herald (Local news) Minister Kasukuwere Nyemudzai Kakore Herald Correspondent Harare City Council is set to slash industrial and commercial fixed water charges to $25 from $50 and scrap fixed...

Zimbabwe court acquits man accused of 'insulting' cops – eNCA

HARARE – A Zimbabwean court acquitted a Chiredzi man, who had been on trial for “insulting” two police officers by accusing them of banking money they extorted from people.On Wednesday, Chiredzi magistrate, Tafadzwa Mhlanga,...