Nyamubaya uses art as a social commentary

Cyclone Idai left hundreds of people dead, displaced and destroyed infrastructure.
By Sharon Zebra Feb. 19, 2024

Zim Fashion Week Trust launches creative programme

Facilitators for the programme that will be done both physically and virtually are Tatenda Chantelle Chidzidzi, Nompumelelo Sambwanga and Marshall Mutsamwira.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 19, 2024

Mashingaidze speaks on broadcasting journey

AM: My parents. My father particularly, I think.
By In Conversation With Trevor Feb. 18, 2024

PPC Zim appoints first female production manager

In a Press statement, PPC announced the appointment of Kudzanayi Nyagwaya as the new production manager.
By Jerssie Mpofu Feb. 13, 2024

Apostolic sect playing crucial role in curbing cholera outbreak

The honour was bestowed on Makururu for his philanthropic works and spreading Christian values across Zimbabwe.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 5, 2024

CUT targets 30 tonnes rock melon exports

The university started its export drive with two hectares and is planning to upscale to five hectares.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jan. 26, 2024

Teacher exodus threatens the future of Zim’s education system

While Rose said she was content with her choice to leave, she’s aware that her departure has created problems for her former colleagues.
By Global Press Journal Jan. 25, 2024

‘Menstrual period poverty threatens gild child’

This is forcing many women to opt for unsafe methods which include old rags and cow dung covered with cloth — especially in rural areas.
By Obert Siamilandu Jan. 23, 2024

Teenage girl excels in Cambridge exams

Her dream is to study Law at Oxford or Durham university.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 15, 2024