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Arcadia targets first quarter production

On Wednesday, an official said the operation could be Africa’s largest lithium mine.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 9, 2022

Zim horticulture gets timely boost

The horticulture sector has recently been a major focus for both financial and technical capacitation in Zimbabwe.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 27, 2022

Police name Nyanga bus accident victims

A memorial service was held at Tynwald High School yesterday with parents, teachers and other learners bidding farewell to the deceased students.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 17, 2022

I’ve been a victim of racism in classical music: Mhambi

Mhambi, who learnt how to play the violin at Chisipite Girls High School in Harare, said her musical journey was marred by discrimination at its infancy.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 20, 2022

ZADF calls for more dairy farmers.

SMALLHOLDER and medium-scale farmers have been urged to venture into dairy farming.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 21, 2022

Zanu PF leans on parastatals to fund congress

However, a top official from a parastatal under the ICT ministry told NewsDay that most parastatals had no financial capacity to fund the exhibitions.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 24, 2022

‘Bitcoin should be the currency of choice’

Posch said bitcoin is neutral money that can help solve Zimbabwe's money problems and stop the government from extracting value from the people.
By Donald Nyandoro Nov. 4, 2022

Cure Zimbabwe offers free orthopaedic services

Cure Zimbabwe is part of Cure International, a non-profit organisation which built hospitals to assist disadvantaged children in Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, Philippines and Niger.
By Donald Nyandoro Nov. 10, 2022