‘Global HIV drug firms fleecing developing nations’
Aids Healthcare Foundation is the leading global HIV and Aids organisation with over 1,7 million patients across 45 countries.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 6h ago
Women must claim stake in digital space: Mutsvangwa
Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Parliamentary Youth Caucus, Tatenda Mavetera said the biggest challenge faced by women in adopting digital skills is cyber bullying.
By Emma Nhancumba 6h ago
Google says Microsoft cloud practices are anti-competitive
There is intense rivalry between the two U.S. tech giants in the fast-growing, multi-billion-dollar cloud computing business, where Google trails market leader Amazon (AMZN.O) and Microsoft.
By Reuters 21h ago
Ndlovu takes recycled plastic art to EU expo
UMhlaba Recycling will be part of the plus 2 000 start-ups that are set to showcase their art at the expo.
By EMMANUEL MPOFU Mar. 30, 2023
Harare cancels US$465K biogas contract
Acting town clerk Phakamile Mabhena-Moyo said they cancelled the contract because the contractor failed to meet set timelines.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 28, 2023
ZBCA, EU meet over circular economy
Over 50 members of the Association and the ZBCA executive board participated in the meeting hosted by ZBCA to understand more about this initiative
By Staff Reporter Mar. 27, 2023
Business opinion: Advanced entrepreneurial branding mix
This should have a space in your business plan so as to keep on remind and refer to in the growth processes.
By Farai Chigora Mar. 26, 2023
The sober view: Democracy in Africa needs new tools
For democrats all over the world, this is a serious concern as it indicts the legitimacy of democracy as the best form of government.
By Ntando Dumani Mar. 24, 2023
Old Mutual to train 700 girls on financial literacy
OLD Mutual has announced plans to train as many as 700 women and girls in the southern parts of the country on financial literacy.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 22, 2023