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Month: June 2020

Author publishes National Heritage Magazine

Latwell Nyangu, H-Metro Reporter Publisher and media practitioner Tichaona “Prof” Marembo is set to launch his first magazine, National Heritage Premier aimed at marketing Zimbabwe and its natural resources. Marembo is optimistic that the magazine signifies the preservations of the…

Obert Chari unpacks Ubuntu

Takudzwa Taruvinga, Entertainment Reporter GOSPEL artiste Obert Chari is due to launch his fifth album on April 15. Titled Ubuntu, the album six tracks namely Sorry, Nhava isingabvinze, Baba namai, Taura tinzwe, Tatadzeiko zvakare, the title track Ubuntu and bonus…

Ishan: I am not under pressure

Edwin Nhukarume, Entertainment Reporter Afro pop musician Ishan says he does not feel pressured after releasing the track Better Without Me recently. Ishan took the industry by storm last year with the track titled Kure featuring Ti Gonzi. The track…

Businessman targets upcoming artistes

Praise Masvosva, Entertainment Reporter BINDURA based businessman Kudzanai Kangara feels artistes in Mashonaland Central have been marginalised when it comes to coverage. Kangara, who is a licensed gold buyer with Fidelity, believes his home town has a number of talented…

Infant’s Mutilated Body Found At A House In Masvingo

Residents of a Masvingo suburb have been left in shock after the corpse a one-month-old baby was found in the early hours of Friday morning at a house belonging to one Barauta, with its left arm and both legs missing….

Goods Sent By Individuals From South Africa Now Attract Import Duty – ZIMRA

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has directed its officials at the Beitbridge Border Post to demand import duty on all goods, including groceries, sent to Zimbabwe by individuals based in South Africa. In a notice titled “Clearance of Goods/Groceries Sent…

Residents Turn To ‘Mbambaira’ As Food Prices Soar

Bulawayo residents have resorted to finding cheaper foods as alternatives to regular diets as prices of basic commodities continue to escalate. Some residents have replaced bread with sweet potatoes (mbambaira) which is cheaper and also choose to buy maize and…

ED To Address The Nation During Lockdown Reviews Only ‘When Necessary’

President Emmerson Mnangagwa will no longer address the nation during lockdown reviews as this will now be a mandate of the Inter-Ministerial taskforce on COVID-19. Mnangagwa announced two weeks ago that the country would continue on Level Two lockdown for…

COVID-19 Cases Rise To 178 After 4 Returnees Test Positive

The Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) has announced that confirmed COVID-19 have increased to 178 after 4 people tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday. All Zimbabwe’s 10 provinces now have coronavirus cases after Mashonaland Central Province recorded 3…

Farai Taruvinga Donates $50 000 To Highlanders

Carlos Zidya, a Highlanders F.C. member, has challenged Bosso supporters to help the club weather its coronavirus-induced financial crisis. Highlanders, like most Premier Soccer League clubs, is in dire financial straits following the suspension of football activities by the government…