Dynamos Silence Caps United

[The Herald] GIANTS Dynamos finally remembered how to win yesterday when they edged bitter rivals CAPS United in a rain-drenched Independence Cup semi-final soccer tie at the National Sports Stadium to set up a dream date against Highlanders.

[The Herald] GIANTS Dynamos finally remembered how to win yesterday when they edged bitter rivals CAPS United in a rain-drenched Independence Cup semi-final soccer tie at the National Sports Stadium to set up a dream date against Highlanders.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Athlete Makaza Finishes Fourth in Cape Town

[The Herald] SEASONED Zimbabwean long-distance runner Collen Makaza had another successful adventure when he came fourth at the Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra-marathon in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday.

[The Herald] SEASONED Zimbabwean long-distance runner Collen Makaza had another successful adventure when he came fourth at the Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra-marathon in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Economy Will Rise Again, Says Prominent Cleric Mutendi

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s economy will be resuscitated the same way Jesus resurrected when his enemies thought he had died in vain, Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader bishop Dr Nehemiah Mutendi has said.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's economy will be resuscitated the same way Jesus resurrected when his enemies thought he had died in vain, Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader bishop Dr Nehemiah Mutendi has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Minister Moyo, Team Take Initiative to Global Universities

[The Herald] HIGHER and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo leads a 19-member delegation on a tour of various leading universities across the globe to learn how to incubate industries in line with STE…

[The Herald] HIGHER and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo leads a 19-member delegation on a tour of various leading universities across the globe to learn how to incubate industries in line with STEM objectives.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cornered Govt Slammed for Ambush Economic Policies

[New Zimbabwe] THE country’s opposition has slammed the Zanu PF led government’s ad hoc measures to deal with a revolting economy which has further been weighed down by a crippling cash crisis.

[New Zimbabwe] THE country's opposition has slammed the Zanu PF led government's ad hoc measures to deal with a revolting economy which has further been weighed down by a crippling cash crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Man in Trouble for Stabbing Wife

[The Herald] Fungai Lupande -A 32-year-old man who slept with a knife under his pillow allegedly stabbed his wife in the eye, back and chest following a domestic dispute.

[The Herald] Fungai Lupande -A 32-year-old man who slept with a knife under his pillow allegedly stabbed his wife in the eye, back and chest following a domestic dispute.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

National Railways Too Disgusting to Foreign Investors – Minister

[New Zimbabwe] TRANSPORT Minister Joram Gumbo says the amount of mismanagement that has been directed at the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) over the past years has rendered the troubled state firm unattractive to prospective investors.

[New Zimbabwe] TRANSPORT Minister Joram Gumbo says the amount of mismanagement that has been directed at the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) over the past years has rendered the troubled state firm unattractive to prospective investors.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Agricultural and Rural Development Authority Capacity Utilisation Up 75%

[The Herald] The Agricultural and Rural Development Authority (ARDA) has increased capacity utilisation at most of its estates to around 75 percent from the 15 percent which has been recorded over the past five years, chairman Mr Basil Nyabadza said.

[The Herald] The Agricultural and Rural Development Authority (ARDA) has increased capacity utilisation at most of its estates to around 75 percent from the 15 percent which has been recorded over the past five years, chairman Mr Basil Nyabadza said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

17 Dead in Easter Accidents

[The Herald] At least 17 people were killed, while 78 others were injured in 120 separate road traffic accidents recorded countrywide during the Easter Holiday at the time of going to print, making it one of the bloodiest holidays.

[The Herald] At least 17 people were killed, while 78 others were injured in 120 separate road traffic accidents recorded countrywide during the Easter Holiday at the time of going to print, making it one of the bloodiest holidays.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe