NGOs slam ‘useless’ PVO Bill designed to ‘capture’ sector

The proposed legislation has also been criticised by opposition parties, claiming it is a ploy by the government to constrict civic society.
By Julia Ndlela 16h ago

Water crisis hits Cowdray Park

In a desperate bid to ease the water challenges, council announced plans to build Glass Block Dam in Filabusi to augment supplies from other dams.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 5, 2024

Public transport overloading increases road accidents

He said the ministers were turning a blind eye to the mounting transport crisis.
By Daniel Moyo and Mpumelelo Moyo Jun. 27, 2024

Corruption undermining justice system: CiZC

In a statement yesterday, CiZC spokesperson Marvellous Kumalo said the level of corruption in Zimbabwe has reached a point where good people can no longer remain quiet.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Jun. 18, 2024

Mnangagwa's third term push a threat to democracy

 This came amid reports that Zanu PF was engaged in covert political manoeuvres to push for the party’s leader’s bid to extend his stay in office.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Jun. 16, 2024

Business closures surge as Foreign Capital flees China

The economic crisis in China has led to a significant reduction in public servants’ salaries, widespread layoffs, and an increase in unemployment.
By Financial Post Jun. 12, 2024

Water crisis: Byo women’s increasingly tough balancing act

“The challenge of menstrual management can be difficult as long as there is no water,” she said.
By Nqobani Ndlovu May. 26, 2024

Is brand protection a necessity or luxury?

A good reputation differentiates an organisation from its competitors. It can be a deciding factor for consumers choosing between similar products or services.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto May. 24, 2024

ED’s 3rd term bid illegal: Crisis

The concern arises amid reports that Zanu PF was engaged in covert political manoeuvres to push for Mnangagwa’s bid to extend his stay in office.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 24, 2024