Creative currents: Where art meets science in Zimbabwean education

The cognitive and social benefits of STEAM education are well-documented.
By Raymond Millagre Langa Jul. 21, 2024

Vapostori garments steal the show at cricket match

The city was a sea of white with a mix of brown clay pots, known within the apostolic sect circles as mbiya and tsvimbo (Mosaic shepherd’s staff).
By Evans Mathanda Jul. 16, 2024

Zim Davis Cup team seeks redemption

The team has seasoned Lock brothers Courtney and Benjamin, Lyle Zaloumis and non-playing captain Takanyi Garanganga.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Jul. 12, 2024

Kenya coach frets over Warriors stars

Zimbabwe recently lost their World Cup qualifying matches against Lesotho and South Africa, yet Firat is impressed by the quality that they have all over the field.
By Fortune Mbele Jul. 10, 2024

Golf Zone: Zim Golf promises a great All-Africa Team Championship

ZG announced the new development at a press conference in Harare on Wednesday and vowed to stage a top-notch event.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Jun. 28, 2024

Zimbabwe's national football team is fighting for survival in the 2026 World Cup qualifying cycle

The impending resignation of the president and the arrival of new reformist forces can breathe new life into Zimbabwe's national soccer.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Jun. 19, 2024

Poor Zim worry us

Warriors coach Jairos Tapera had made some bold moves, benching Italian Serie A player Jordan Zemura and French Ligue 1 player Tino Kadewere.
By Kevin Mapasure Jun. 12, 2024

Employee Engagement Mistakes Every Business Should Avoid

Leaders take generic measures for their firm
By Newsday Jun. 9, 2024