Zimbabwe - NewsDay - Latest News

Pictures: Road accident kills four

Details

A commuter omnibus plying the Dzivarasekwa/CBD route this morning rammed into the trailer of a haulage truck at the intersection of Tynwald and Bulawayo Road next to Mr Maplanka.

Pictures: Road accident kills four : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Pittsburgh doctor linked to second Zimbabwe lion hunt probe

Details

Zimbabwe has linked a Pennsylvania doctor to an investigation into illegal lion hunting, naming him on Sunday as a client of a safari operator accused of breaching regulations, a week after an American dentist was accused of illegally killing the country’s most famous lion, Cecil. Reuters Dr. Jan Seski, who runs a women’s health...

Read more...

Zambian villagers to take on mining firm Vedanta in UK court

Details

British mining company Vedanta Resources faces legal action in London’s High Court after a group of Zambian villagers said their water source and farmland was polluted by the firm’s copper mining operations.

Zambian villagers to take on mining firm Vedanta in UK court : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

I won’t be part of Cecil the lion sideshow, Ncube tells CNN

Details

AMH chairman, Trevor Ncube says Zimbabwe has a lot of pressing issues to worry about, refusing to be drawn into discussing the killing of the famed Cecil the lion.

I won’t be part of Cecil the lion sideshow, Ncube tells CNN : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Cecil’s death eclipses Dzamara abduction

Details

ZIMBABWEANS yesterday took to various social media platforms to express shock at the killing of Cecil the Lion with many saying although what happened was bad, energy must be concentrated on finding missing human rights activist Itai Dzamara.

Cecil’s death eclipses Dzamara abduction : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Pictures: Bosso break DeMbare Cup jinx

Details

It was a memorable victory for the Highlanders fans who had long been taunted by their Dynamos counterparts. Highlanders last beat Dynamos in a league match in 2006 although they recorded a rare victory over their rivals in the independence Cup final of 2011.

Pictures: Bosso break DeMbare Cup jinx : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Brother of Zimbabwe’s lion Cecil appears alive and well -researcher

Details

The brother of Cecil, the lion killed in Zimbabwe by an American hunter last month, is not dead, a researcher monitoring the pride told Reuters, contradicting media reports that Jericho had been killed.

Brother of Zimbabwe’s lion Cecil appears alive and well -researcher : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Kasukuwere appoints Ziyambi replacement

Details

ZANU PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere yesterday doused a raging fire in President Robert Mugabe’s backyard when he appointed Ephraim Pepukai as the party’s interim provincial chairman for Mashonaland West following the ouster of Ziyambi Ziyambi.

Kasukuwere appoints Ziyambi replacement : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Change school curriculum: Mnangagwa wife

Details

CHIRUMANZU-ZIBAGWE MP Auxillia Mnangagwa (Zanu PF), has called on the Ministry of Education to urgently overhaul its school curriculum and focus more on technical subjects to enable pupils to acquire self-sustaining skills.

Change school curriculum: Mnangagwa wife : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

$500k debt hampers Zim-Iran relations

Details

Bilateral corporation between Zimbabwe and Iran has been hampered by Harare’s failure to settle debts owed to Tehran amounting to 16 million euros, NewsDay can reveal.

$500k debt hampers Zim-Iran relations : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Tauzeni, Gabriel: Rare art partnership

Details

MAVIS Tauzeni’s impressive visual artwork portraying the plight of women at the First Floor Gallery was recently given audible elucidation through renowned poet Linda Gabriel’s exciting performance.

Tauzeni, Gabriel: Rare art partnership : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

94 pupils assaulted over fees arrears

Details

PARENTS in Harare’s Glen View suburb have petitioned the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education demanding the immediate expulsion of Glen View I High School head, Alois Maronga, whom they accuse of assaulting 94 pupils over non-payment of fees.

94 pupils assaulted over fees arrears : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Book sales dwindle due to economic hardships

Details

BOOK sales in the country have plunged due to the economic crisis that has seen readers opting for illegally photocopied and online material.

Book sales dwindle due to economic hardships : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Cecil’s death sheds light on poaching

Details

THE unfortunate slaying of Cecil the lion outside the Hwange National Park by an American dentist last month has helped to shed light on rampant poaching at the country’s game parks.

Cecil’s death sheds light on poaching : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Sam Munyavi buried in Rusape

Details

THE late veteran journalist Sam Munyavi (65), who died in the United Kingdom following a stroke that resulted in excessive bleeding in the brain, was on Saturday buried next to his mother at Matsika village cemetery in Rusape.

Sam Munyavi buried in Rusape : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Challenges towards phasing out of fossil fuels, a global puzzle

Details

FOSSIL fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas have driven the economies of the world since time immemorial.

Challenges towards phasing out of fossil fuels, a global puzzle : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Tobacco firms join bid to save ozone layer

Details

LOCAL tobacco companies have joined the campaign towards reducing depletion of the ozone layer by introducing environmentally-friendly technologies and chemicals.

Tobacco firms join bid to save ozone layer : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Vulnerability of Women to climate change health threat in Zimbabwe

Details

Vulnerability involves a combination of exposure and sensitivity to risk,and the inability to cope or adapt to Climate change

Vulnerability of Women to climate change health threat in Zimbabwe : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

NGO launches legal education platform

Details

Law Hub, a non-governmental organisation established to interpret legal language to Zimbabwean citizens, will tomorrow launch an interactive and multi-medium legal education platform.

NGO launches legal education platform : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Bosso drawn against How Mine in Chibuku Cup

Details

Highlanders’ bid to extend their Chibuku Super Cup supremacy could be a tall order as How Mine lie in ambush in the quarter-finals of the oldest knockout competition in Zimbabwean football.

Bosso drawn against How Mine in Chibuku Cup : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Darikwa joins Burnley

Details

ZIMBABWE international defender Tendayi Darikwa has joined English Championship football side Burnley on a three-year contract after five seasons at Chesterfield.

Darikwa joins Burnley : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Whatmore demands more from his charges

Details

ZIMBABWE national cricket team coach Dave Whatmore has implored his side to translate performances into victories, when they take on visiting New Zealand in three one-day internationals with the first on tomorrow at Harare Sports Club.

Whatmore demands more from his charges : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Young Warriors leave for do-or-die tie

Details

YOUNG Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa has challenged his charges to play for their future, not for the result, when they take on the South Africa Under-23 side in the second leg of a crucial Olympic football qualifier at the Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, tonight.

Young Warriors leave for do-or-die tie : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

The precious jewel taken so soon

Details

The name Rosemary Kona is not known by many people in Zimbabwe. However for those who have worked and interacted with HIV and Aids programmes funded by the Global Fund, this name is so familiar and had become synonymous with the Global Fund itself. I got to know Rosemary when I worked directly under her […]

The precious jewel taken so soon : N...

Read more...

Women in agriculture want more land

Details

LOCAL female farmers claims the country was bearing the brunt of its failure to consider women in the land reform exercise adding the government should urgently work out plans to ensure many of them were given land to salvage the country from the prevailing situation

Women in agriculture want more land : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

NRZ lays off 355

Details

The troubled National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has reportedly fired 355 workers taking advantage of the Supreme Court ruling allowing companies to terminate contracts on three months’ notice.

NRZ lays off 355 : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Dynamos fire Yogi

Details

THE Dynamos executive has for the past four years appeared to be patient with coaches, keeping Kalisto Pasuwa at the helm even when things looked awry. The product of their tolerance has been four consecutive Premier Soccer League titles.

Dynamos fire Yogi : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Evicted resettled farmers approach Admin Court

Details

Sixteen evicted resettled farmers at Eskbank Farm in Mazowe have since approached the Administrative Court seeking to have a revocation of the offer letters issued to four other individuals by former Minister of Lands and Rural Resettlement Herbert Murerwa, two years ago.

Evicted resettled farmers approach Admin Court : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

SCI suspends Palmer, Bronkhorst membership over Cecil death

Details

Safari Club International (SCI) says the organisation supports a full and thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding the death of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.

SCI suspends Palmer, Bronkhorst membership over Cecil death : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Zim’s potential to move towards a renewable clean energy revolution

Details

Energy in Zimbabwe has become an issue of serious concern in the country.

Zim’s potential to move towards a renewable clean energy revolution : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Zimbabwe wants Walter Palmer extradited in killing of Cecil the lion

Details

The American dentist who killed Cecil the lion a month ago in Zimbabwe paid for an illegal hunt and should be extradited to the southern African nation to face justice.

Zimbabwe wants Walter Palmer extradited in killing of Cecil the lion : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Video: Cecil’s death torches global storm, but not in Zim

Details

As the global outrage persist over the ghastly killing of the iconic Cecil the Lion after being lured to Antoinette Farm just outside Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe’s major game sanctuary, some locals have professed ignorance about its existence.

Video: Cecil’s death torches global storm, but not in Zim : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Video: ‘We look forward to Palmer’s extradition’

Details

The Zimbabwean government has called for the extradition of US dentist Dr Walter Palmer, the man who illegally shot and killed Cecil the lion.

Video: ‘We look forward to Palmer’s extradition’ : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics

Details

Beijing has been chosen to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, beating the challenge of Kazakhstan city Almaty.

Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Cecil the lion death: US investigates Walter Palmer hunt

Details

US officials have launched an investigation into the killing of a lion in Zimbabwe but say they have been unable to reach the American involved.

Cecil the lion death: US investigates Walter Palmer hunt : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Breaking: David Mandigora fired

Details

Dynamos FC has officially announced the dismissal of Head Coach David Mandigora.

Breaking: David Mandigora fired : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

“What lion?” Zimbabweans ask, amid global Cecil circus

Details

As social media exploded with outrage this week at the killing of Cecil the lion, the untimely passing of the celebrated predator at the hands of an American dentist went largely unnoticed in the animal’s native Zimbabwe.

“What lion?” Zimbabweans ask, amid global Cecil circus : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Pictures: Manyuchi gets $50 000

Details

WORLD Boxing Council welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi yesterday received $50 000 cash from President Robert Mugabe as a reward for defending his title.

Pictures: Manyuchi gets $50 000 : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Gamatox 2 brewing: Moyo

Details

ZANU PF politburo member and Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo has accused sections of the party calling for Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere’s censure of pushing an agenda similar to that of a vanquished Zanu PF faction.

Gamatox 2 brewing: Moyo : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Ministers fight turns nasty

Details

MANICALAND Provincial Affairs minister Mandiitawepi Chimene on Thursday accused Environment minister Oppah Muchinguri of badmouthing her in briefings with President Robert Mugabe as Zanu PF factional wars escalate.

Ministers fight turns nasty : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Second-hand clothes banned

Details

Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday announced several austerity measures, effective from Friday, meant to resuscitate the economy that include new levies and taxes on churches, imported groceries, fertiliser, and a ban on importation of secondhand clothes.

Second-hand clothes banned : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Moyo admits ZimAsset failure

Details

ECONOMIC Planning minister Simon Khaya Moyo has conceded that Zanu PF’s much-touted antidote to the economic collapse — the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (ZimAsset) — has missed most of its targets.

Moyo admits ZimAsset failure : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

ZMF aims to produce 10 tonnes of gold by year-end

Details

The Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) is targeting to produce 10 tonnes of gold by year-end after government managed to curtail gold leakages through setting up teams to monitor output custom milling plants, an official has said.

ZMF aims to produce 10 tonnes of gold by year-end : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Epic 1970s party on tonight

Details

GABY’S Restaurant will tonight host the Epic All 70s-80s dress-up party organised by Newtown Youthful Entertainment. The main purpose of the party is to promote a clothing line dubbed Newtown.

Epic 1970s party on tonight : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

The looting machine

Details

The curse of Africa’s resources has become the blessing of the liberation struggle predatory class in partnership with foreign predators.

The looting machine : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Bosso close in on Wadi

Details

HIGHLANDERS were by yesterday afternoon still hopeful of acquiring the services of Bulawayo Chiefs’ Ishmael Wadi following reports that frontman Ozias Zibande’s contract will not be renewed by the club.

Bosso close in on Wadi : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Pasuwa bounces back, bows out

Details

ZIMBABWE Under-23 coach Kalisto Pasuwa has finally agreed to lead the team for the decisive African Championship against South Africa in Kwazulu Natal on Saturday, but threatened to quit his job after the encounter.

Pasuwa bounces back, bows out : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Zisco, Essar deal still on — Bimha

Details

Government and Essar Africa Holdings are still committed to the revival of the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Ziscosteel) and a board of directors is being put in place to steer the ship, Industry minister Mike Bimha has said.

Zisco, Essar deal still on — Bimha : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Hoche-Khotshe – arts industry’s ’unity accord’

Details

HOCHE-KHOTSHE, the collaboration between two of the country’s best theatre practitioners Daves Guzha and Cont Mhlanga, is a great milestone in the rapid growth of the local arts industry.

Hoche-Khotshe – arts industry’s ’unity accord’ : NewsDay Zimbabwe....

Read more...

Chakabva takes over wicketkeeping role

Details

Zimbabwe Cricket yesterday announced the final 15-man squad to take on visiting New Zealand in the first and second one-day internationals (ODI) with Regis Chakabva assuming the wicketkeeper’s role from Richmond Mutumbami, who was dropped from the team after doing the job against India a couple of weeks ago.

Chakabva takes over wicketkeeping role : ...

Read more...

   
© WORLD NEWS