ZIVHU APOLOGISES, BEGS TO RETURN TO ZANU PF

EXPELLED former Chivi South National Assembly
representative, Mr Killer Zivhu, has formally written to the Masvingo Zanu-PF
provincial leadership requesting to be re-admitted into the revolutionary
party.

He was expelled in June 2020 over disregard of…

EXPELLED former Chivi South National Assembly representative, Mr Killer Zivhu, has formally written to the Masvingo Zanu-PF provincial leadership requesting to be re-admitted into the revolutionary party. He was expelled in June 2020 over disregard of party protocol. Mr Zivhu was expelled by the Politburo when it sat for its 340th Ordinary Session in June 2020 following a recommendation by the

ARMY BARRACKS BUFFER BLOW FOR 200 STANDS OWNERS

ABOUT 200 homeseekers and the Harare City Council (HCC) are
facing off over stands allocated under the St Martins Housing Scheme along
Airport Road in Harare.

The homeseekers, who belong to the Happiness Housing Pay
Scheme, claim that they entered int…

ABOUT 200 homeseekers and the Harare City Council (HCC) are facing off over stands allocated under the St Martins Housing Scheme along Airport Road in Harare. The homeseekers, who belong to the Happiness Housing Pay Scheme, claim that they entered into an agreement with the local authority to purchase the stands in 2019, but up to now have not been given the greenlight to begin developing the

$1 BILLION MANAGEMENT FEES ROCKS PSMAS

 PREMIER Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) and its
subsidiary Premier Service Medical Investments (PSMI) channelled nearly $1
billion to their Holding Company in management fees at a time when the
institution was struggling to settle about $743 milli…

 PREMIER Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) and its subsidiary Premier Service Medical Investments (PSMI) channelled nearly $1 billion to their Holding Company in management fees at a time when the institution was struggling to settle about $743 million worth of service provider claims, The Herald can reveal. Ironically, PSMAS has been struggling to have its card accepted by service providers

ZANU PF GOES FOR BROKE AHEAD OF POLLS

ZANU PF appears to be going for broke ahead of the 2023
general elections by engaging illegal gold miners in a move many have described
as crude electioneering.

Zanu PF national political commissar Mike Bimha told
NewsDay that the ruling party was cur…

ZANU PF appears to be going for broke ahead of the 2023 general elections by engaging illegal gold miners in a move many have described as crude electioneering. Zanu PF national political commissar Mike Bimha told NewsDay that the ruling party was currently on a whirlwind tour of the country, meeting the business community and illegal miners. This followed the introduction of a platform dubbed

WE ARE GOING ON STRIKE IN TWO WEEKS : CIVIL SERVANTS

CIVIL servants yesterday gave the government a two-week
ultimatum to address their salary grievances or face a crippling strike likely
to paralyse public services, especially the health and education sectors.

Public sector workers have been demanding …

CIVIL servants yesterday gave the government a two-week ultimatum to address their salary grievances or face a crippling strike likely to paralyse public services, especially the health and education sectors. Public sector workers have been demanding to be paid in United States dollars citing continued depreciation of local currency, and high inflation, which rose to 191,7% in June. Workers say