Competition for internet, data providers tightens

In its first quarter report for the year, Potraz said they expected the increase in licence applicants to drive investment, competition, and innovation in Zimbabwe’s telecommunication industry.
By Belinda Chiroodza 3h ago

Lifeline for Zim’s cholera-hit communities

“The partnership between IFRC and the Zimbabwe Red Cross has been instrumental in our ability to implement successful interventions and reach affected communities.
By Moses Mugugunyeki 3h ago

Calls for Bioskop Short Film competition entries

According to a press release from EuroFilmFestZW, this year’s short film theme explores the fascinating world of gender and staying connected.
By Nyasha Gorogodo 3h ago

Harare City Council needs overhaul

We have witnessed many mayors, town clerks, directors who enjoy huge perks at the helm of the council but with nothing to offer.
By Johannes Marisa 3h ago

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.

Heads must roll over Chivayo saga

The Zanu PF youth league went a step further and called for an investigation into Chivayo’s claims as it accused him of soiling the president’s name. 
By The Standard 3h ago

‘Cancer treatment gave me new perspective’

Having to go for radiotherapy was also very intense for me because you're not treated while you are at home. You have to go to the machine.

My son’s debacle exposed the rot

 This has yet again proved the telescopic foresight of Gushungo, who had booted the probity deficient Scarfmore out of government.
By Doctor Stop It 3h ago

The workplace and business as usual

Growing up in my neighbourhood, I observed elderly individuals who had devoted their lives to their jobs.