Twenty-nine early career scientists from 24 African universities and research institutes have been awarded Visiting Fellowships under the Climate Impacts Research Capacity and Enhancement (CIRCLE) programme being implemented by the African Academy of Sciences (AAS).
Pope Francis will hold a historic first meeting with Patriarch Kirill, the head of Russian Orthodox Church, in Cuba next week.
Jonathan Moyo has declared only President Robert Mugabe can stop him from attending Zanu PF politburo meetings and labelled War Veterans minister Christopher Mutsvangwa a “coup plotter”.
The Friends of Jacob Zuma Trust will help the president repay what he owes for his Nkandla upgrades if he approaches them, its founder has said.
The United States Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has removed two State-owned banks from the list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons
Two Gutu women allegedly kidnapped, assaulted and subjected a Harare woman to a pregnancy test after accusing her of having an extra-marital affair with one of the duo’s husbands.
As the rest of the world commemorated Cancer Day yesterday, Zimbabwe continues to grapple with shortage of drugs, cancer equipment, specialists, as well as lack of adequate information to rein in the disease, which is largely preventable.
The cash-strapped Chitungwiza Municipality is owed over $30 million as more businesses and residents default on paying rates due to the worsening economic situation.
MULTI-TALENTED artiste Nkululeko Nkala, popular as Khuliyo, has bounced back on stage after a self-imposed eight-year music sabbatical, which saw him diversify his arts career.
SCORES of National Vendors’ Union of Zimbabwe (Navuz) members yesterday staged a demonstration at Town House in Harare protesting against continued confiscation of their wares and alleged extortion by municipal police officers.