allAfrica - Zimbabwe

All Africa, All the Time.
  1. [The Herald] When one listens to people's conversations either in public transport, shopping malls, in the banking halls and whispers in private conversations, the topic is about the superficially downward spiral the economy has abruptly taken.
  2. [The Herald] The Zimbabwe Land Commission (ZLC) will begin the national comprehensive agricultural land audit on Monday.
  3. [The Herald] ZIMBABWE need to pick themselves up and fight to restore some form of pride when they face Bangladesh in the opening match of the One Day International series which begins tomorrow at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka.
  4. [The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday said his Government was aware and gravely concerned by the manipulation of the economy by a group of people and businesses aimed at destabilising the market by creating artificial shortages and a black market economy.
  5. [The Herald] Most tales about Tongai "Dhewa" Moyo are colourful. What else can they be when the musician was affectionately known as Father Flower? Although - like anyone else - his life and career had their dark spots, Dhewa was colourful in many ways.
  6. [The Herald] Zanu -pf has paid tribute to the late Mozambican president Samora Moises Machel, describing him as a true giant of history who will be remembered for generations to come for his role in the liberation of Southern African states from colonial bondage.
  7. [The Herald] Hardlife had indeed a hard life at a very tender age. He had to wrestle a crocodile that devoured his leg while he was attempting to cross a river on his way to school.
  8. [The Herald] ZIMBABWE and Nottingham Forest defender Tendayi Darikwa has singled out the duo of Teenage Hadebe and Marshal Munetsi for special praise following the Warriors' solid performances in the back-to-back clashes against the Democratic Republic of Congo during last week's African Cup of Nations soccer qualifiers.
  9. [The Herald] CAPS United are hoping to finally win a knock-out tournament in a decade, but the Green Machine will have to be at their best if they are to eliminate holders Harare City in the Chibuku Super Cup semi-finals. The two sides were drawn to face each other in Harare yesterday, with the other semi-final pitting Dynamos and Triangle.
  10. [The Herald] INFORMATION, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa says everyone, including those in the Diaspora, has a role to play in the economic transformation envisaged by the new administration. Minister Mutsvangwa said this on Thursday in Harare during a "Young Professionals Forum", which was also addressed by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube.