Zimbabwe's gold production climbed 45 percent to 4,03 tonnes in June from the previous month as increased investment in the sector began having an impact, according to recent statistics from the Chamber of Mines. ...
The Zimbabwe Government has clashed with some non-governmental organisations over the management of a US$478 million humanitarian aid package to be extended to Zimbabwe through a United Nations agency....
Former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings senior marketing executive Stanley Musendo allegedly defrauded the Libyan government of more than US$4 million after he was left in charge of Tripoli’s investments in Zimbabwe....
Kadoma Senator Chiratidzo Gava has died. A funeral service was held in her memory at funeral palour in Harare Monday. The service was attended by politicians, parliamentarians, family members and friends.
Zimbabwe has signed a 50-year lease for a 19-thousand square metre piece of land on which to erect a dry port at the Walvis Bay Harbour in Namibia.
A 30-year-old Mutare man was crushed to death by a truck as he chased his fleeing wife during a domestic dispute on Wednesday night.
ZIMBABWE’S M-Net Idols (East and Southern Africa) top 10 finalists Mkhululi Bhebhe and Samantha revealed this week that they were belittled by some participants who were misled into believing that nothing good came out of Zimbabwe.
Labour Court president Mr Wilbert Mutezo has died aged 50. Acting Secretary for Justice and Legal Affairs Maxwell Ranga Tuesday announced Mr Mutezo's death. He died on Monday.
Kirsty Coventry star once again shone brightest — illuminating the Zimbabwean sporting scene — and pushing all the other local athletes into the shade in another dominant show by the greatest athlete to emerge from this country.
Ivorian soccer giants and former Africa Champions League winners Académie Sportive des Employés de Commerce (ASEC) Mimosas flew into Harare, Wednesday, for date against Zimbabwe league champions Dynamos in a Champions League match scheduled for Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
A commercial Pakistani passenger plane with 152 people on board crashed in bad weather in hills near the capital, Islamabad, on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people, officials said.
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