Solitaire Masters: The Art of Card Solitude

The exact origins of Solitaire are shrouded in the mists of time, making it challenging to pinpoint its exact birthplace
By Newsday Nov. 25, 2023

Slip rings: a glimpse into their function, applications, and innovation

They use slip rings to transmit the required power and signals from the fixed part to the pivoting cutting edges and are also used in the production of energy.
By Newsday Oct. 27, 2023

The great Keke Rosberg

Rosberg's championship victory in 1982 is remembered as a true underdog story. In an era where drivers like Lauda
By Newsday Oct. 21, 2023

The football rivalry between North and South Korea

The rivalry has also seen instances of sports diplomacy, where football matches have been used as a means to foster communication and cooperation between
By Newsday Oct. 17, 2023

Cottco engages Treasury over US$6,8m farmers’ debt

He indicated that part of the export proceeds from the 2023 cotton marketing season would be used to raise money to pay off farmers.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa and Blessed Ndlovu Oct. 9, 2023

The Role of FDI in Zimbabwe's Economic Growth

Outside of market sentiment, another factor in attracting FDI is international desirability. Countries like Singapore and Ireland have managed to attract significant amounts of investments
By Newsday Oct. 6, 2023

Steward Bank disburses ZWL$2,8 billion in SME loans

This represents a 180% increase from the previous year figure of ZWL$1 billion.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 20, 2023

CCC activist docked over Zanu PF cell registers

Moyo, who was in the company of other CCC activists, allegedly seized the Zanu PF cell registers they were holding and drove off.
By Own Correspondent Sep. 19, 2023

Entertainment at Melbet GH as a great way to spend your time

The Melbet gaming platform combines the capabilities of a bookmaker and an online casino
By Newsday Sep. 16, 2023