Local News

Zimbabwe secures US$ 250 million line of credit for importation of essential goods
The facility has a life span of five-years.....

Local 2 days ago

Vendors defy orders to vacate the streets
The vendors said they cannot afford to leave the streets because vending is the source of their livelihood.....

Local 2 days ago

Cholera death toll rises to 25
The disease has so far spread to areas out of the capital.....

Local 5 days ago


International News

The Elders urge world leaders to step up efforts to eradicate Tuberculosis
In the same year, 10.4 million cases were recorded and 61% of the cases were found and treated.....

International 2 days ago

I slept with 20-25 men everyday – Libya returnee
She naively quipped, trying to process the enormity of the offer that had been so coyly presented. “Nothing. You will, of course, pay back once you reach Europe,” her....

International 2 days ago

Man who killed bin Laden says it may be ‘worst thing he ever done’
He recalled bin Laden’s two-year-old son witnessing the deadly U.S. raid.....

International 5 days ago

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Entertainment News

Zim fashion designer to showcase at the famed DC Fashion Week

The Harare-based designer said she wants to learn more about the field of fashion and major in costume designing

BREAKING NEWS: Veteran journalist Bill Saidi dies
Moses Matenga zifmnews.com Veteran journalist Bill Saidi has died. He was 79. Saidi, who edited several publications including The Sunday News, The Daily News among other....

Entertainment 5 months ago

Oskid can’t stop shining
Reporter Moses Matenga- zifmnews.com  For probably the first time in Zimbabwean music history, local artistes have bombarded the world stage and doing that as if it has ....

Entertainment 5 months ago