A toast to solid journalism

It has been a gruelling period of more hits than misses and we continue to strive to do better.
By Newsday Jun. 7, 2024

Maid on the run after ‘raping’ teenage boy

In another audio in possession of NewsDay, the woman instead claimed that she was in a relationship with the teenager.
By Brent Shamu May. 27, 2024

Local creatives gang up to tackle piracy

This is because of the impact of illegal sports live streaming, which brings the total cost to a staggering $229 billion.
By Nyasha Gorogodo May. 12, 2024

Mutsvangwa's son Neville arrested

NewsDay was informed that Neville was nabbed by details from the Commercial Crimes Division Morris Depot. 
By Garikai Tunhira May. 8, 2024

Digital digest: AI revolutionising journalism: Time newsrooms jump on board

Newsrooms will continue tackling complex tasks like data analysis, content curation and personalised delivery through AI integration.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Apr. 27, 2024

‘Media grappling with gender inequality’

She said the problem was not affecting Zimbabwe alone, but the entire world.
By Belinda Chiroodza Apr. 25, 2024

Maritimes News - News That Makes A Splash

Stay informed, stay connected – with Maritimes News
By Maritimesnews.com Apr. 4, 2024

Truworths decries restrictive pricing laws

Formal retailers are required by law to use the 10% trading margin above the interbank rate. 
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 25, 2024

Small market media must identify specific needs for digital transformation success

Small market media face their own particular challenges and while they can learn from big companies, their issues are often secondary when global media gathers for meetings.
By Dietmar Schantin Feb. 24, 2024