Loss of mother’s eyesight inspires Mubaya to set up foundation

Mubaya reckoned it was not that rosy to set up the foundation as she had to work for a couple of seasons out in the cold in Canada to raise funds.
By Winstone Antonio Jan. 29, 2024

Japanese volunteer programme transforms youths in Zim

“The programme has been of great importance, we were lacking in many areas at the institutions but thanks to the two volunteers that are here, we have made advancements.
By Vanessa Gonye Jul. 31, 2023

Kubota: Booming engineering jack of all trades

The company was established with the mandate to manufacture industrial and agricultural equipment, and to supply vehicle suspension parts and gearboxes.
By Correspondent Dec. 11, 2022

Town council in farm grabbing storm

According to High Court proceedings of case number HH 214-16, HC 1719/12, the council acted illegally.
By Nhau Mangirazi Nov. 13, 2022

Artiste hails Nyanga Arts Festival

The award-winning singer reckons that festivals are vital platforms to uplift and nurture artists.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 3, 2022

Car boot vending craze engulfs Harare

Unfortunately, her joy was cut short as she has realised that her cherished dream cannot be fulfilled on the basis of her education.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Oct. 28, 2022

Court ejects HCC from pay toilets

High Court judge Justice Rogers Manyangadze accused the local authority of violating terms of the agreement signed with a local company Disruptive Innovation (Private) Limited.

By The Independent Jun. 10, 2022

Miss Curvy Africa bounces back

Miss Curvy Africa focuses on curvy models in two categories, thus those aged between 18 and 30 years as well as the 31 to 40 year-olds drawn from across the continent.

By The Independent May. 29, 2022

Miss Curvy Africa bounces back

Miss Curvy Africa focuses on curvy models in two categories, thus those aged between 18 and 30 years as well as the 31 to 40 year-olds drawn from across the continent.

By The Independent May. 29, 2022