[New Zimbabwe] VICE President Constantino Chiwenga will only return to work once his health has improved, presidential spokesperson George Charamba said Monday.
[New Zimbabwe] THE opposition has condemned President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s five-nation foreign trip which will see him travelling to the likes of Azerbaijan, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
[New Zimbabwe] VICE president Constantino Chiwenga is hospitalised in South Africa, the presidency admitted Monday, adding that he was expected to return home this week.
[The Herald] Illegal gold panners armed with machetes, swords and a pistol went on the rampage in Silobela yesterday, savaging revellers and exchanging gunfire with the police in a case of violence which left one person dead and several others injured.Police said while fights over gold claims were common in the Midlands Province, yesterday’s incident as deplorable.
[The Herald] CONTROVERSIAL pastor Evan Mawarire, who made a name by mobilising people to illegally demonstrate against Government, has been arrested.
[The Herald] More than 65 people escaped unhurt when a Proliner bus they were travelling in from South Africa to Harare caught fire near Featherstone along the Harare-Masvingo Road.
[The Herald] Security details and firefighters were deployed yesterday at Zuva Petroleum Service Station in the capital after reports of suspected fuel leakage of underground storage facility, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation reported last night. Police details and fire-fighters were deployed at the service station along Simon Muzenda Street and Samora Machel Avenue.Police chief spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba, told ZBC that police were deployed to the service station to allow uninterru
[New Zimbabwe]GEORGE Charamba earned $100,000 from his role as a board member at the beleaguered health insurer PSMAS in 2013, well above his annual salary as top civil servant.