A City of Harare traffic police believed to be in his 30s Wednesday died after jumping off the sixth floor of the Cleveland Building in a suspected case of suicide.
In an interview with 263Chat, Acting Corporate Communications Manager, Innocent Ruwende confirmed the incident saying investigations
State Prosecutor Michael Reza has come under fire over his prosecution of a matter involving land developer Georgios Katsimberis and controversial Pokugara Properties proprietor Kenneth Raydon Sharpe.
Reza together with another prosecutor Tafara Chirambira stand accused of supporting Pokugara Properties in the long running legal dispute in
In an effort to decongest traffic at toll gates for most travellers during the festive season, the National Building Society (NBS) yesterday launched the “Happy Hour Promotion” which gave hundreds of motorists free passage at the toll areas.
Most motorists had a nightmarish experience at various
THE National Building Society (NBS) has rolled out the 'Throw Back Festive Season' campaign meant to give back to families of Zimbabwe’s music icons who shaped the music and entertainment industry.
The Society's recent engagement with the families of Zimbabwe’s music legends, Leonard Dembo and
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has send a clear message to armed robbers that his government now treats them as a grave threat to personal and national security.
In his Unity day message, Mnangagwa said the recent upsurge in gun-related crimes was worrying and calling for necessary measures
Retired Army Brigadier General Dr David Chiweza is demanding a constitutional review of the country’s judicial system which he feels is prone to manipulation after being left homeless by two Supreme Court judgements over ‘judge and lawyer mistakes’ that denied him his constitutionally guaranteed right
A 42 year old Karoi man, John Makore died at a local hospital after he was struck on the head by his friend Brian Muripo.
The Zimbabwe Republic Police said they are investigating a murder case and the suspect, Muripo is on the run.
"Police in Karoi
The twisted steel of doors and window frames protruding from piles of rubble are all that remain of about 100 homes after the wrecking crew paid a visit to the area.
The demolitions, which began at 9am on December 8, 2020 and were completed by 3pm,
Local Government and Public Works Minister July Moyo has once again suspended Harare Mayor and Ward 17 Councillor Jacob Mafume pending finalisation of his court case.
This is the fourth time that Moyo has suspended Mafume who was arrested last year on corruption charges and was
Zimbabwe Professional Nurses Union has vowed to fight massive brain drain bedeviling the health sector through rolling out empowerment projects to its 'impoverished' members.
Addressing nurses during a workshop in Gweru recently, ZPNU president Robert Chiduku said the union will continue representing the needs of health