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Dr David Parirenyatwa Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Senior Reporter THE Government has set in motion the process of employing 250 junior doctors who have completed internship, in a move that is expected to appease health professions who last week went on strike. ...

Siltation of Gwayi-Shangani Dam is threatening farming activities at Arda Jotsholo in Lupane Roberta Katunga, Senior Farming Reporter SILTATION of Gwayi-Shangani Dam is threatening agriculture expansion at Arda Jotsholo in Lupane District as water harvesting measures are being undermined. ...

ZMF secretary-general Mr Victor Rupende (left) and first vice-president of the organisation Mr Ishmael Kaguru Dumisani Nsingo, Senior Business Reporter AT least 70 percent of small-scale and artisanal miners across the country have been forced to stop operations as shafts at the mines are now flooded with water, a situation which might hit gold output this year. ...

Zifa and Cosafa president Philip Chiyangwa (centre) shares a lighter moment with Cosafa vice-president Frans Mbidi (left) and Fifa president Gianni Infantino – Lee Maidza Mehluli Sibanda in Harare ZIMBABWE Football Association president Philip Chiyangwa is a man who loves to show off and he displayed the opulence during his belated 58th birthday celebrations and...

Cresta Churchill Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter CRESTA Churchill in Bulawayo which is part of the hospitality group, Cresta Hotels, is undergoing major refurbishment as part of plans to transform it into a boutique-style hotel. ...

THE country has received torrential rains since the beginning of the year, with a recent onslaught of floods affecting a number of provinces. ...

Mothusi Bashimane Ndlovu aka Madlela Peter Matika, Senior Life Reporter COMEDIAN and musician Madlela recently stirred Derick Sipho Majaivana’s ire with his comical video posted on YouTube requesting the return of his legendary musician father Lovemore Majaivana. ...

I am reliably informed that the Government through its development partners will soon be providing subsidised stock feed to livestock farmers. ...

Mrs Nesisa Mpofu Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Sunday News Reporter BULAWAYO City Council is on high alert of a possible outbreak of cholera and typhoid amid looming water shortages, with the local authority, however, saying it was prepared to contain any occurrence of the water-borne diseases. ...

Harare Bureau CORRUPTION is an “indefensible cancer” that should be dealt with wherever it occurs, Air Force of Zimbabwe Commander Air Marshal Perrance Shiri has said. ...