Praz pounces on Chipinge over US$17k toilet

CTC acting secretary, James Mutemera confirmed the audit saying it is not only targeting the ablution facility.
By Clayton Masekesa Nov. 13, 2023

Carbon credits law in Zimbabwe

Promoting investment in clean energy and other projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions;
By Beatrice Moyo Nov. 7, 2023

Ipec reads riot act to pension funds

 Payments are then expected to be made within 30 days after approval.
By Melody Chikono Oct. 8, 2023

Govt blocks Harare’s US$ billing

Council recently gave notice that it would be charging its services in foreign currency with effect from July 1, 2023, as part of measures to preserve value for money and hedge against inflation.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jul. 3, 2023

High Court quashes discriminatory 1968 law

He said spouses of male police officers had the right to benefit from the medical and dental services, but the converse was not true when it came to spouses of female police officers.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 21, 2023

WHO says Covid-19 is no longer a global health emergency

WHO’s International Health Regulations Emergency Committee discussed the pandemic on Thursday at its 15th meeting on Covid-19.
By CNN May. 5, 2023

Faith Candy takes birthday bash to Mashwede Village

Zanzibar is a Tanzanian archipelago off the coast of East Africa, boasting of breathtaking and endless beauty, something that Faith Candy fell in love with.
By Style Reporter Feb. 12, 2023

High Court ruling exposes tenants

The sections prohibited the property owners from evicting tenants as long as they were abiding by the terms and conditions of the expired leases.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 8, 2023

Deregistered PVOs should be given second chance

We do not believe that the offences of these PVOs are identical, neither do they deserve to have their licences withdrawn in the first place.
By Newsday Jan. 25, 2023