About time our citizens are ‘recalled’

It has now become commonplace to hear of Zimbabweans being among victims of global tragedies, natural or man-made.
By Newsday 22h ago

We still have a long way to go

In fact, the easiest way to gauge a person’s social or economic status is through the things they pride the most in.

SA truckers suspend protest over foreign drivers

ATDF-ASA is opposing the employment of non-South African drivers, while calling for the departments of labour and home affairs to conduct regular inspections to enforce this.
By Silas Nkala 22h ago

Manyowa’s Safari-themed Worship Moments draws huge crowd

The gospel diva said this was her first time doing an outdoor and recording event.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira May. 20, 2024

7 Zimbos die in SA building collapse

Repatriations are currently being undertaken by the consulates of Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi and Lesotho.
By Sydney Kawadza May. 20, 2024

Zim should evolve into a knowledge-based state

This has also driven firms in those developed countries, to adopt the highest standards in their production systems.
By Kevin Tutani May. 17, 2024

SA polls: The fall of the ANC

The economy is a wreck, but the resources are still there. The schools are atrocious, but enough children succeed to make it one of the better educated countries in Africa.
By Gwynne Dyer May. 17, 2024

Sloppy ground for the ZiG: Will RBZ win the market?

Zimbabwe’s agriculture sector is predominantly rainfall-dependent. Statistics show that roughly a paltry 6% of total arable land is under irrigation.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda May. 17, 2024

Collaborating for Change: Enlit Africa Reimagines Energy Security in Africa

In addition to the expertise provided on the free-to-access floor, the conference programme is designed to tackle issues facing C&I companies.
By Own Correspondent May. 14, 2024