In our Standard edition of February 22 we erroneously reported that Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa had threatened unspecified action against Tongaat Hulett and Bindura Nickel Corporation, accusing the two companies of working with those plotting to oust President Robert Mugabe.
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ZANU PF and Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Prophet Walter Magaya have buried their differences after massive fallout over attacks on Vapostori by the religious leader.
OPPOSITION political party, Zapu says vendors are not outlaws but victims of the policies of ruling Zanu (PF), corruption and greed that has brought untold suffering to citizens.
Zifa chief executive officer Jonathan Mashingaidze is said to have caused a stir during Friday’s board meeting as his conduct topped the agenda, further dividing members.
WHEN Jonathan Moyo went on a charm offensive, meeting media stakeholders after his appointment as Minister of Media, Information and Broadcasting Services in 2013, he raised a lot of hope in the media fraternity.
In a major breakthrough, the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday announced that it had approved a rapid diagnostic test kit for Ebola that can provide results in 15 minutes and correctly identify 92% of patients infected by the disease.
Thieves in Harare are targeting mourners mainly in the northern suburbs with police saying they will deploy officers to monitor funerals.
A large part of the Zimbabwean population remains extremely hostile to abortion rights and efforts to decriminalise the Act.
IN what succinctly shows a collapsed health delivery system, a 65-year-old widow in Mutare is keeping a piece of her uterus in her house after failing to secure funds to send it for laboratory testing.
Parliament has said Green Fuel should compensate Chipinge villagers whose health has been affected by contaminated water allegedly being discharged by the Chisumbanje ethanol plant.