4 CIO agents released on bail

The four members of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) were arraigned before Harare regional magistrate Donald Ndirowei.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 28, 2024

Alliance Française celebrates three urban sports entry into Olympics

The Olympic games were polished up over the years and now have a well-defined set of rules and governing boards.
By Tendai Sauta May. 28, 2024

Ipec sets aside US$500k for pension loss compensation

Smith’s commission blamed the value erosion largely on poor regulatory enforcement and demonetisation of the local currency.
By Melody Chikono May. 26, 2024

HealthTalk: Tuberculosis: Can be fatal if not treated

Tuberculosis, commonly known as TB, is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide.
By Johannes Marisa May. 26, 2024

Erik ten Hag informed he will be sacked if Man Utd win FA Cup in brutal statement

The Red Devils are considered underdogs as they head into their Wembley showdown against arch-rivals Manchester City
By Mirror May. 24, 2024

Stanchart Zim workers deserve honesty, respect

We understand the bank's decision to leave, but we expect a more considerate approach when it comes to the welfare of its employees.
By The Zimbabwe Independent May. 24, 2024

How can public sector embrace sustainability reporting standards?

Sustainability reporting standards for the public sector provide a framework for governments and public sector organisations to disclose their sustainability performance and impacts.
By Pascal Munjoma May. 24, 2024

Stanchart leaves trail of ‘distress’... pensioners petition London head office over looting claims

Timmy Nheru, managing director at Minerva, refuted the allegations, saying: “The information is readily available. The pensioners never asked to see those documents.”
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 24, 2024

Pensions sector shrinks by 50%: Ipec

Highlights on growth trends show that since 2020, the pension industry assets have been declining together with a number of active pension schemes.
By Melody Chikono May. 21, 2024