Anibal launches Maria Wenyu in fashionable way

Anibal recognised the presence of her master and Third Generation Band leader Jah Prayzah.
By Tendai Sauta Jun. 11, 2024

Zim horticulture exports to EU surge

The EU brought six member states to participate at this year’s trade showcase.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 28, 2024

EU wants dialogue on investment climate

The proposal was made by EU ambassador to Zimbabwe Jobst von Kirchmann during a mission’s Private Sector Dialogue Seminar held in Harare this week.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 12, 2024

EU lines up women empowerment projects

Women Affairs minister Monica Mutsvangwa said the government was committed to ending poverty among women.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Mar. 29, 2024

Zim debt now about US$23 billion

We have seen new technologies also coming in so we are reviewing that policy and we are going to receive assistance from various partners while as a ministry we have put it in our budget.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 29, 2024

Men still being favoured over women for Chinese government jobs, study warns

Men have a significant advantage over women when applying for Chinese government jobs, according to new research.
By South China Morning Post Dec. 29, 2023

EU hails Dangarembga for hosting film fest

This year’s edition of the IIFF began on Tuesday with the screening of Guinea’s film titled Nome. The festival will run until tomorrow at different venues in the capital.
By Tendai Sauta Dec. 1, 2023

Euro film fest bolsters Zim film industry

From Harare, the festival will head to Bulawayo beginning this Thursday up to Saturday.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 23, 2023

EU, Zim relations precarious

Presenting the preliminary report in August, EU EOM chief observer Fabio Massino Castaldo said the elections failed the credibility test.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Oct. 18, 2023