Kadoma land dispute spills into court

The applicants were then given an ultimatum to immediately vacate the property in question, failure of which they would be forcibly evicted resulting in the matter spilling into court.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 17, 2024

WorldView: Israel, Hamas and the elusive cease-fire

His job and perhaps even his freedom depend on the war continuing, even if there were a temporary cease-fire.
By Gwynne Dyer May. 10, 2024

‘Veld fires can destroy 13% of Zim countryside’

Veld fires claimed more than 100 people between 2013 and 2023.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 7, 2024

Govt gets tough on rogue drivers

Transport minister Felix Mhona said they investigated the recent Beatrice accident and found out that the driver did not have relevant documents to drive a
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 1, 2024

Women should participate in politics: Mutsvangwa

Mutsvangwa made the remarks during a high-level dialogue meeting conducted by the ministry, Bulawayo metropolitan provincial leadership and women
By Daniel Moyo Apr. 29, 2024

Govt targets US$14 billion agric sector

Agriculture is the backbone of the economy, it accounts for 12% of the gross domestic product.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 29, 2024

Briefs: Min says Coltart doesn’t need invitation

Coltart snubbed the celebrations held at White City Stadium saying he felt undermined after the government failed to send him an invitation.
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 28, 2024

US$5m Harare water project unsettles govt

Politburo meetings are traditionally held on Wednesdays, but it had to be moved to a Thursday, a fortnight ago.
By Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 26, 2024

ZITF turns into annual ritual than a trade fair

The visionary masterplan is a long-term plan that will develop the ZITF grounds by introducing modern world-class amenities to the City of Bulawayo.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Apr. 26, 2024