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Graft stifling service delivery: Survey

The report said corruption also contributed to the current health sector decay as patients were being forced to pay for services in cash.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Mar. 13, 2023

US$5,5m boost for mushroom farmers

Over the years, mushroom farming has emerged as one of the nation’s fastest-growing home-based agro-business ventures.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 7, 2023

Fight over tycoon’s empire intensifies

Aron Vico’s private prosecution was meant to start on January 31, but was moved to February 7 after he was ordered to submit his defence papers. 
By Staff Reporter Feb. 5, 2023

Winky D shoulders local artistes on new album

Winky D has been known as a private and secretive artiste who rarely jumps on collaborations, especially with younger artistes.
By Rejoice Phiri Jan. 3, 2023

Writers gather for the Great Book Launch

Moyo urged the writers to distinguish themselves in their trade.
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 20, 2022

Zim satellite launch should open our eyes

ZimSat1’s launch should catapult us from the ill-informed past towards attaining upper middle income status by 2030.
By Newsday Nov. 9, 2022

Letter to my people: Nothing works if politics is not right

The foray into schools, however, should be frowned upon by all right thinking Zimbabweans.
By Doctor Stop It Oct. 23, 2022

Letter to my people: They keep scoring own goals

We are told it costs US$30 000 of taxpayers’ money per hour to fly in that plane.
By Doctor Stop It Oct. 2, 2022

Letter to my people: US$9k laptops a tip of the iceberg

It has emerged that there’s a company that is charging Parliament up to US$9 000 for a laptop. 
By Doctor Stop It Sep. 18, 2022