KENNETH MATIMAIRE STATE-OWNED diamond miner, Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC)’s gems are back on the market after a seven-month hiatus. The ZCDC has been on a massive production ramp up spearheaded by a new management team. Last year, for the first time, the diamond company declared a dividend to its sole shareholder, the government. In…

read more

MANCHESTER: A former Salford doctor has been refused in his bid to be restored to the medical register after being struck off back in 2014, a medical practitioners tribunal found. Dr Dazimbi Manika, who qualified in Zimbabwe in 1990, was struck off after appearing before a fitness to practice Panel back in October 2014, the…

read more

IN A SHOCKING incident that has left residents shocked, the body of a 17-year-old Harare girl was Wednesday discovered in a maize field with injuries sustained in a suspected rape attack. The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) confirmed the death of the unidentified female juvenile. “We are investigating a murder case where a female juvenile (17)…

read more

THREE elephants, believed to have been part of a large herd that strayed into Mutsago village in Mutare, have been shot dead. Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Authority (ZimParks) had on Wednesday put communities on high alert after the jumbos were spotted in the Mutsago area of Mutare Rural District Council (RDC)’s Ward 24. ZimParks…

read more

CANADA based miner, Zephyr Minerals Limited, is set to acquire four gold mines in Zimbabwe. In a statement to shareholders this week, the company said it had “investigated 12 potential gold projects throughout” the country over the past seven months. “Management has concentrated on projects with proven gold potential as demonstrated through active, shallow, small…

read more

THE Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (ZIMTA) has approached the High Court seeking an order nullifying a desicion to suspend for three months teachers who went on strike last month. After failing to convince disgruntled teachers to go back to work, government then ordered them into classrooms, announcing a blanket suspension for all who defied its February…

read more