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17 hours ago | October 22, 2019

Scores duped in Mpilo fake news . . . Prospective nurses gather ...

Andile Tshuma and Rutendo Ngara, Chronicle Reporters BULAWAYO Provincial Affairs Minister Cde Judith Ncube  yesterday ...

Couple robbed, wife raped

Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Court Reporter FOUR machete-wielding illegal gold panners allegedly raided a Kwekwe homestead ...

Parly women’s quota to be extended

Zvamaida Murwira, Harare Bureau Cabinet yesterday approved constitutional amendments that will see the scrapping of the ...

Armed prophet ‘robber’ in court

Brenda Zinyuke, Court Reporter AN inyanga-cum-prophet from Bulawayo and his two accomplices have appeared in court for ...

Mat South joins anti-sanctions march

Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Gwanda Correspondent  MATABELELAND South Province is geared up to join the rest of the country ...

Four years in jail for python, pangolin skins possession

Leonard Ncube, Victoria Falls Reporter AN inyanga from Binga has been jailed for an effective four years for possession ...

Pray for peace and unity, ED urges churches

Farirai Machivenyika, Harare Bureau President Mnangagwa yesterday adjourned a rescheduled Cabinet meeting to attend the ...

October 25 declared public holiday

Andile Tshuma, Chronicle Reporter The Government has declared Friday a public holiday to mark Sadc Solidarity Day ...

Zim gets climate change grant

Michell Zvanyanya, Chronicle Reporter  ZIMBABWE has received a US$100 000 grant from the Swiss Agency for Development ...

ZHRC pledges to address lack of documentation issue

Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Reporter THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has pledged to address the issue of lack ...

Cabinet receives 2020 Budget Strategy Paper

Africa Moyo, Harare Bureau Cabinet yesterday received the 2020 proposed Budget Strategy Paper that was presented by ...

Gweru city council is technically insolvent

Patrick Chitumba, Midlands Reporter CASH strapped Gweru City council has sad it is technically insolvent as it is ...

‘Rapist’ trainee nurse bail bid fails

Runesu Gwidi, Masvingo Correspondent A BID for freedom by a 23-year-old trainee nurse who was allegedly caught ...

‘Sanctions adversely affect youth’

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter  BRITAIN has admitted that Western sanctions on Zimbabwe have adversely affected the ...