Van Reenen’s Pass reopened following deadly crashes
Two people died in a multi-vehicle crash involving three trucks and three minibuses, while a third person died in a separate collision involving two trucks.
More than a pass: The pressures of breaking the cycle of poverty
Clinical Psychologist Zamo Mbele says the pressures are not just limited to high school learners, but students at tertiary institutions are under immense pressure to perform well academically.
Fears Zim army may interfere in elections
The Zanu-PF is expected to ratify the decision to make Mnangagwa party leader and preferred candidate for the presidency.
Municipality working to restore power in Midvaal in wake of tornado
All but seven families have been successfully relocated to their homes after more than 500 structures were destroyed.
Municipality says Vaal Marina homes rebuilt after tornado
Midvaal municipal manager Albert de Klerk says officials have been working with Eskom and the Red Ants to help residents.
Zanu-PF to ratify decision to make Mnangagwa party leader
The Zanu-PF will hold its extraordinary congress in Harare this Friday where the 10 provinces are expected endorse the decision to make Emmerson Mnangagwa party leader.
[OPINION] Zimbabwe: Songs of the new independence
EWN's Masechaba Sefularo shares her experience of travelling to Zimbabwe to cover the fall of Robert Mugabe and rise of Emmerson Mnangagwa.
JRA: Emergency teams working around clock to repair potholes
The JRA says following heavy rains over the past few weeks, there has been an increase in the number of potholes city wide.
Don't choose suicide, Gauteng Education Dept urges learners
The Gauteng Education Department says it's concerned by reports of children who commit suicide after failing the academic year.
Sadag warns of high suicide attempts during exam results time
Last week a Soshanguve teenager threw himself onto the railway tracks after learning he had failed grade 11.
Boy (2) among those killed in Meyerton accident
Three people died, including the child, and five others were hurt after a bakkie rolled over on Johan Le Roux Road.
CRL Commission, stakeholders discuss corporal punishment at home ruling
The Commission says the ruling makes it difficult for parents to discipline children in a society already plagued by problems such as youth drug and alcohol abuse.
Parents, traditional practitioners urged to help curb initiates deaths
Earlier this year, the CRL commission revealed an estimated 251 young male initiates had died in eight of the nine provinces between 2014 and 2016.
Health DG confident student doctors to be placed before 2 January
Director General Precious Matsoso on Monday met with some of the final-year medical students who had experienced problems with applications for internship or community service positions.
Meet Zimbabwe’s new first lady Auxilia Mnangagwa
Auxilia Mnangagwa served as an MP, representing the same constituency her husband did before becoming vice president.
Some Zimbabweans optimistic after Mnangagwa's inauguration speech
The new president has promised to serve the people of Zimbabwe loyally.
Mnangagwa: Corruption must be rooted out to build strong economy
Zimbabwe's new president Emmerson Mnangagwa addressed thousands of citizens during his inauguration speech at the national sports stadium in Harare earlier on Friday.
Mugabe to miss Mnangagwa's inauguration?
'The Herald' is reporting that Emmerson Mnangagwa assured Robert Mugabe and his family maximum security in Zimbabwe when the two men spoke for the first time since Mnangagwa returned home.