[The Herald] Modalities for the shipment of 75 000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines donated to Zimbabwe by India have been finalised.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday paid tribute to former Vice President Kembo Mohadi, who resigned from Government but remains Vice President of the revolutionary party Zanu PF, saying the resignation was unexpected.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has said the resignation of Vice President Mohadi from Government was unexpected.
[The Herald] Water at Lake Kariba, the world's largest reservoir has risen above its minimum operating level of 475.50 metres bolstering hopes for secure energy supplies for Zimbabwe and Zambia.
[The Herald] Zimbabwean social media influencer Dylan Musanhu affectionately known as Dylan Kardashian who was managing South African television personality Khanyi Mbau's brand, committed suicide on his birthday, last week.
[The Herald] For Africa, the swift roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines is critical to save the lives of people and to prevent health systems from being overstretched.
[The Herald] Mine workers on Friday accepted a wage deal with mining firms, putting to rest what some industry players had feared negotiations could reach a deadlock.
[The Herald] Zimbabwean actor Tonderai Chiyindiko based in South Africa has urged local filmmakers to embrace local languages and help in the development and marketability of the television and film sector.
[The Herald] Victoria Falls Reporter
[The Herald] An infrastructure bond issue for US$250 million will be floated to finance the rehabilitation and new construction of the 584km Harare-Masvingo-Beitbridge highway from the flyover replacing Mbudzi roundabout at the intersection of Simon Ma...