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Women stand up to political violence.

There is only one female presidential candidate in this year’s election — Elisabeth Valerio — compared to four in 2018.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Gracious Daniel Aug. 10, 2023

‘Zanu PF bigwigs using youths as actors of violence’

Speaking at the event, CCC representative Womberai Shenhende said young people were being abused by the Zanu PF ruling elite taking advantage of their plight.

Enigma behind Zim’s deadly time bomb

With a large pool of busy bodies, drug peddlers and sellers of illicit alcohol are making brisk business and care little about the long-term detrimental effects of their trade.
By Gracious Daniel Aug. 15, 2023

‘Parties must respect media practitioners’

ZMC procured Press jackets for media practitioners for their safety while covering next week’s harmonised elections.
By Gracious Daniel Aug. 17, 2023

ZCC calls for peace during, after elections

According to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), all results including the presidential outcome will be released within five days.
By Gracious Daniel Aug. 25, 2023

Tertiary students moan fee hikes

According to the application filed by Chambati, Makata and Makosene Attorneys, the students are concerned about the fee adjustment for the 2023 first semester.
By Gracious Daniel Aug. 29, 2023

Cut ties with Zim, SA opposition leader tells Ramaphosa

Harare has reacted angrily to criticism and singled out Sadc head of observer mission Nevers Mamba as a puppet and biased opposition supporter.
By Gracious Daniel Aug. 30, 2023

Exposed: Plot to portray CCC as violent

The claims came after CCC rejected the results of last week’s elections.
By Gracious Daniel and Brent Shamu Aug. 31, 2023

Harare residents edgy over water crisis

Rudo Chikodzore, the director for epidemiology and disease control in the Health and Child Care ministry, said they had a strategy to save lives.
By Gracious Daniel and Vanessa Gonye Aug. 31, 2023

Masarira advocates GNU

The 2008 election was flagged as not credible, forcing the late former President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF to form a coalition government with the opposition.
By Gracious Daniel Sep. 1, 2023

Tourism policy under review

ZTA executive director for special projects, Reason Machigere, said the meeting followed nationwide consultative workshops.
By Gracious Daniel Sep. 8, 2023

Alarm over police crackdown on CCC MPs

Police spokesperson assistant commissioner Paul Nyathi yesterday said it was not true that CCC officials were being targeted for arrests on flimsy charges.

Workplace sexual harassment manual launched

ILO officer-in-charge Anna-Marie Kiaga said the manual was important in the fight to stop violence and sexual harassment in workplaces.
By Gracious Daniel Sep. 23, 2023

ChiTown mayor Maiko acquitted

According to Chinhanhu, the court dismissed the case after the State failed to produce evidence against the CCC councillors.
By Gracious Daniel Sep. 29, 2023

Man appeals for help to remove tumour

His family said they were looking for US$10 000 to cover his surgery and hospital costs overseas and obtain the necessary medical treatment as soon as possible.
By Gracious Daniel Oct. 1, 2023

Govt aims to increase skills levels

A national critical skills audit conducted recently showed that the national skills levels are still very low although the national literacy rate was 94%.
By Brent Shamu and Gracious Daniel Oct. 2, 2023

Polad springs back to life

Writing in his weekly column in The Sunday Mail, Mnangagwa said Polad had worked well in the past, hence the move to retain the platform.
By Gracious Daniel Oct. 2, 2023