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

City moves to tackle exodus of skilled staff

Council has been hard hit by the exodus of experienced personnel leaving the country in search of better paying jobs.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Jul. 16, 2023

INTERVIEW: Lessons from Osaka: ‘Vital for Zim to hold credible elections’

For this reason, everyone deserves a chance to cast their votes and be confident that their vote will matter.
By Enos Denhere Jun. 9, 2023

EU, UK, US presence at ZITF excites Mnangagwa

Over 20 countries participated at this year's trade fair, a growth from 13 last year.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Patricia Sibanda Apr. 29, 2023

Forex Safe-haven yen rises as investors assess Credit Suisse rescue

The yen - long seen as a safe haven at times of stress - rallied as a fall in Asian bank stocks overnight spread to Europe on Monday.
By Reuters Mar. 20, 2023

US$4,7m shot in arm for smallholder farmers

According to the World Bank, last year fertiliser prices rose by 30% due to the conflict in Ukraine.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 13, 2023

Japanese builds classroom blocks, teachers cottages at Seke school

"I hope students will enjoy learning at the new improved school and bring out unique talents and potential and teachers will be motivated to give good lessons.”
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 9, 2023

The reincarnation of Honda Ballade

Your elders will likely become lost in a moment of nostalgia when they recount their experiences with their Ballade to you.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Mar. 3, 2023

Robots to do 39% of domestic chores by 2033, say experts

Within a decade, around 39% of the time spent on housework and caring for loved ones could be automated, experts say.
By Bbc News Feb. 23, 2023