[The Herald] Senior Reporter
[The Herald] Tobacco exports have so far earned the country US$763 million with more value-added tobacco in the form of cut rag and cut stems having been exported in 2020 compared to 2019, the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board has revealed.
[The Herald] Farmers in Mashonaland West and Midlands provinces continue losing cattle due to tick-borne diseases.
[The Herald] REINSTATED Air Zimbabwe workers have now been sent on forced unpaid leave and are demanding that the airline, technically insolvent and under administration, immediately withdraws these orders, which they believe are illegal, and reinstate...
[The Herald] Kurai Makore is Dr Thomas Mapfumo incarnate! I use the word incarnate loosely because Mukanya -- as Dr Mapfumo is known by his legion of fans the world over -- is still alive, but in the twilight of his music career.
[The Herald] PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has described the Level Four lockdown period, which began yesterday to stop the spread of Covid-19, as the final push towards the defeat of the deadly pandemic.
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association has joined the rest of the nation in consoling the Tawengwa family following the death of Cde Masimba Tawengwa, who chaired the UK/European Union ZANU PF district.
[The Herald] Scores of Zimbabweans and South Africans have thronged the Beitbridge Border Post seeking to exit before the suspension on general passenger and cross border travel takes effect by midnight today.
[The Herald] Strict control of people's movements will be enforced as Zimbabwe returns to Level Four lockdown from today, with the Government seeing the 30-day tightening of the lockdown as the best way to rein in the spike in infections threatening to...
[The Herald] Government yesterday sent condolences to the Dikinya family after Mr Roy George Tinashe Dikinya slipped and fell into Victoria Falls gorge on New Year's Day.