Mamombe’s accomplices acquitted

Tafara Chirambira represented the State.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jun. 14, 2024

‘It’s an ordinary flu, dont panic ’

Mombeshora also dismissed social media reports suggesting that some people had succumbed to the influenza virus.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jun. 12, 2024

Business continuity plans as beacons of resilience, stability in supply chain

Supply chains are also susceptible to computer network and hardware failures and can lead to data loss.
By Charles Nyika May. 31, 2024

Serious fodder shortage hits Zim’s dairy industry

This shortage has a substantial impact on the livestock sector, affecting milk production and the overall economy.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 26, 2024

Minister bemoans effects of COVID-19, El Nino on livestock production

He said that livestock provides food security and serves as a household investment for rural livelihoods.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga and Ropafadzo Makosi May. 21, 2024

Hong Kong life totters as Family Wellbeing Index reflects downward trend

Families in Hong Kong, a former British colony and currently a part of China, are witnessing a downward trend as far as the well-being of the families is concerned.
By The Hongkong Post May. 21, 2024

Developing countries gain from migrant remittances

IOM director general Amy Pope formally released the report in Bangladesh today, which stands at the forefront of migration challenges,
By Style Reporter May. 12, 2024

Muckracker: What about all the silent victims of Covid vaccines?

This is critical, because Muck, like many Zimbabweans and millions of others globally, buried loved ones as a result of the pandemic.
By Muckracker May. 10, 2024

Africa’s role in delivering a new health win

Immunisation is one of our most successful and cost-effective public health interventions.
By Etleva Kadilli and Christopher J Elias May. 10, 2024