Don’t exploit El Niño crisis: Zanu PF

It is anticipated that Zimbabwe will have significantly below average harvests across the country, negatively impacting food access and crop sales.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Apr. 15, 2024

Mnangagwa insists Zim has enough food

Mnangagwa early this month declared the drought  a national disaster and revealed that the country needed about US$2 billion to avert starvation.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Kenneth Nyangani Apr. 14, 2024

Scores arrested for booing Auxillia

Auxillia has been crisscrossing the country with some ministers, government and Zanu PF officials on tow, on supposedly philanthropic duties and cookout events.
By Kumbirai Mafunda and Everson Mushava Apr. 14, 2024

The poor fend for yourself: ED

All available literature to date shows that SAPs have not been successful anywhere where they were implemented, particularly in Africa and Latin America.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Apr. 13, 2024

Zanu PF enters succession waters

Its relationship with the military seems to have become strained over the years.
By Ntando Dumani Apr. 12, 2024

ExecutiveChat: ‘Have been in banking all my life’

So what were your major highlights during your tenure as CEO of FBC?
By Faith Zaba Apr. 12, 2024

Mushayavanhu refutes FBC shareholding claims

The learners, Nesbert Munyuki and Valentine Ziki, are represented by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) lawyer Kossam Ncube.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 12, 2024

‘Zim needs genuine investors’

Chibhamu said authorities must consider engaging genuine investors who have Zimbabwean interests at heart.
By Jairos Saunyama Apr. 12, 2024

ED must rein in third term movers

In an interview with Brick by Brick magazine, Mnangagwa said: “There is not an iota of evidence where Zanu PF or I as President has ever expressed the violation of our Constitution.”
By Newsday Apr. 9, 2024