Grave robbers dig up concrete to find albino body
Police say the suspects are still at large after the incident in Moatize district, in Tete province.
Botswana denies plot to kill ex-leader Ian Khama
In a statement on Tuesday, communication permanent secretary William Sentshebeng dismissed Mr Khama's allegation as "outrageous and unfortunate".
Zambia warns against anti-gay protest during Harris visit
Amnesty International Zambia has called on the government to take a strong stand in support of LGBTQ rights and to ensure that the summit is not disrupted by protests.
By BBC News 8h ago
Old Mutual hosts women's empowerment seminar
According to the OWN Network, the event will provide a fantastic opportunity for dialogue, recognition, and growth.
By Staff Reporter 9h ago
Shadowy group runs Zanu PF polls
The group has been accused of allegedly manipulating the party’s primary election results in favour of the returning G40 members.
By Problem Masau and Nhau Mangirazi 15h ago
Munetsi calls out SRC, Zifa, again
Zimbabwe was suspended from Fifa early last year over government interference in the running of the country’s football affairs.
By Fortune Mbele 15h ago
Govt sets up US$24m kitty to fight cholera
She said cross-border mobility had also played a part in the spread of cholera to Zimbabwe.
By Priveledge Gumbodete 15h ago
Infrastructure gaps crippling ICT development: Potraz
This comes as captains of industry are convening in Victoria Falls at the annual ICT conference to deliberate on issues around ICT and technology as the country gears for smart cities.
By Melody Chikono 15h ago
World Theatre Day rekindles vibrancy of community centres
Local theatre practitioners have for generations been using theatre to create dialogue and engagement on diverse societal issues.
By Winstone Antonio 15h ago
Premier League Hall of Fame: Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson become first managers to be inducted
By Sky News
Elon Musk and top AI researchers call for pause on ‘giant AI experiments’
By The Verge