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President Emmerson Mnangagwa has officially announced oil and gas deposits discovery in Muzarabani, Mashonaland Central province, following a study carried out by an Australian company, Invictus Energy Limited. ...

Harare Bureau THE price of bread is set to marginally rise to $1,40 with effect from tomorrow, after Government moved in to provide more assistance to the baking industry. ...

Harare Bureau PRESIDENT Mnangagwa is clear on the performance of Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor, Dr John Mangudya and is about to renew his contract for a second tenure, Deputy Chief Secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet (Presidential Communications) Mr George Charamba has said. ...

President Mnangagwa Herald Reporter ZANU-PF President and First Secretary Cde Mnangagwa has described the party’s Youth League as lethargic and invisible with regards to mobilising and organising its constituency for full participation in the economic affairs of the country. ...

President Mnangagwa Limukani Ncube, Editor THE Government is working on measures to make essential drugs readily available in hospitals and pharmacies as it also seeks to reboot the country’s capacity for local production of drugs, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. ...

President Emmerson Mnangagwa Darlington Musarurwa, Harare Bureau PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa will meet members of the business community at State House in Harare tomorrow for a “predominantly interactive” session that seeks to tap industry’s views as Government shapes its vision for the future. ...

Belinda Moyo , Sunday News Reporter A MAN from Lukala village in Inyathi died after his manhood was crashed by a hammer which he had earlier used to knock down a man whose wife he was allegedly caught in bed with. ...

Business Reporters THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) yesterday suspended with immediate effect four senior executives following allegations of corruption and illegal foreign currency dealings. ...

Dr Joram Gumbo Dumisani Nsingo , Senior Reporter GOVERNMENT has put in measures to normalise the situation after parts of the sourthern region started experiencing power cuts after three thermal power stations stopped operating while the main one in Hwange was operating at below 50 percent due to shortages of diesel. ...

Bruce Ndlovu , Sunday News Correspodent A FAMILY of a South Africa-based Zimbabwean security guard is reeling from the shock of witnessing his tragic last moments, as they stumbled on a viral video of his fatal shooting on social media. ...