UFIC worshipper defrauded by churchmate

Josiah further alleged that Makosa failed to deliver the truck and could not give a satisfactory explanation to Mauto, leading to his arrest.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Apr. 15, 2024

Bogus COS agent up for fraud

Munyaradzi Mangoma was remanded in custody to today for bail ruling after appearing before Harare magistrate Dennis Mangosi.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Apr. 9, 2024

Munhenzva’s book tackles ups and downs of life

Munhenzva is also a qualitative insight researcher in the United Kingdom, a consultant and founder of Arete Consulting Group.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Mar. 31, 2024

Britain becomes non-white

Nevertheless, this really is a remarkable moment, and all the more so for the fact that it was not some officially ordained goal or programme. It just sort of happened.
By Gwynne Dyer Mar. 28, 2024

Board performance evaluation

These methods include external reviews, data analytics-driven reviews, and stakeholder feedback, providing a more objective and expanded understanding of board performance.
By Memory Nguwi Mar. 22, 2024

Profile: Irish RareGoat - A Rising Musical Talent

Tinashe's journey from humble beginnings to the United Kingdom has been fueled by an unwavering passion for music.
By Style Reporter Mar. 21, 2024

Thousands demand Uebert Angel’s arrest

The petition was initiated by a United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean, Cathy Fikile Tshezi.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 23, 2024

Blueberry rush in Zimbabwe: Opportunities and arbitrages

Blueberry production is labour-intensive and carrying out operations in Zimbabwe where the labour cost is three times less than in South Africa significantly lowers the cost of production.
By Nyasha J Kavhiza Feb. 18, 2024

UK care firm charged workers from Africa thousands more than cost of visa

The Home Office charges no more than £551 for a visa for care workers and the cost of a sponsor licence for a small company to bring in foreign care workers is £536.
By The Guardian Feb. 14, 2024