President caps 2 996 at NUST

 Muswere was among five graduands who received doctorate degrees at an event where President Emmerson Mnangagwa capped 2 996 graduands, three of them posthumously.
By Margaret Lubinda Dec. 7, 2023

Land grabs targeting Zapu, Zpra veterans raise eyebrowsLand grabs targeting Zapu, Zpra veterans raise eyebrows

In several cases, most of the invaders have been identified as people from outside Matabeleland and sponsored by Zanu PF bigwigs.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 19, 2023

Nust graduands cry foul

Nust has pegged the graduation fee at US$145.
By Gracious Daniel Nov. 7, 2023

Nust, ex-Zpra commander embroiled in land dispute

The court heard that between June and July this year at Mizpha farm, Nust, through its employees allegedly damaged a boundary fence belonging to Ngwenya’s farm.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 5, 2023

Canon says committed to helping Zimbabwean businesses thrive

This applies to many regions in Africa, including Zimbabwe, where Brett Hensberg, Managing Director at Eskill Trading, is the Canon distribution partner.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 26, 2023

Zinasu in anti-suicide campaign

Running under the theme Blue Thursday, Zinasu Nust Chapter partnered with Student Mental Health Zimbabwe, YouthTalk, Rotaract Club of NUST and Let It All Out Mental Health Club at the university.
By Innocent Magondo Sep. 24, 2023

Invest in workplace diversity, firms told

At times, diversity has become a crucial aspect of creating successful and sustainable businesses in today's globalised world.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 13, 2023

Shumba to represent Zim in Durban

Shumba said modelling is an inborn thing and will work extra hard on it hand in hand with her career.
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 16, 2023

Nust in copyright violation storm

The project was inspected and approved by the science team from the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education as it is in line with the new curriculum.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Mar. 3, 2023