Zambia Airways pulls out of Zim

Tawanda Gusha, chief executive officer (CEO) at the Airports Company of Zimbabwe, hinted the airline was working on ‘in-house logistics’ before returning next month.
By Freeman Makopa Oct. 6, 2023

Human trafficking cop denied bail.

 He appeared alongside Handiseni Mapiki (34) of Nyamakate Village 24B, Chief Chundu, Hurungwe, Karoi.
By Nhau Mangirazi Aug. 3, 2023

Sibanda’s poetry awakens conscience to Africa’s climate woes

The book contains 220 poems penned by internationally acclaimed author Ndaba Sibanda.
By Khumbulani Muleya Jul. 2, 2023

Divine Insight: The power of information

The Ethiopian Eunuch understood the power of information.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Jun. 18, 2023

Zim lacks an efficient commodities market

National demand for wheat stands at 450 000 MT, while that for soya is at 250 000MT.
By Victor Bhoroma Apr. 21, 2023

Tigray commanders get top posts in cabinet - reports

There has been no official announcement yet, but the appointments have been widely reported, including by Tigrai TV, which is owned by the regional administration.
By Bbc News Apr. 5, 2023

Zambia Airways reintroduces Lusaka- Harare flights

Speaking at the launch of Zambia Airways inaugural flight to Harare, Transport minister Mike Madiro said the launch opened up avenues for further linkages between the two countries.
By Freeman Makopa and Elma Zhoya Mar. 29, 2023

Droughts bring disease: here are 4 ways they do it

Climate change projections show changes in temperature and rainfall extremes, especially without emissions reductions.
By The Conversation Mar. 17, 2023

It’s time for a borderless Africa

The all-male group, which was reportedly on its way to South Africa, will be prosecuted for breaching Kenya’s immigration laws and likely deported to Ethiopia.
By Tafi Mhaka Mar. 3, 2023