The mirage of mystery break-ins at high places

The blast killed at least two people and injured dozens more, including the president himself, who sustained minor injuries.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Jul. 14, 2024

Editor’s Memo: Reduce ZBC licence fees urgently

Companies are hit even harder, with a US$200 annual fee for a car radio, US$200 for a television and radio licence, and US$100 for a radio licence.
By Faith Zaba Jun. 28, 2024

ZBC partially unbans Winky D's music

While Winky D's new EP gets airplay, critical songs from Eureka Eureka and previous albums remain banned.
By Sindiso Dube May. 26, 2024

‘BAZ should collect licence fees’

Muswere urged media practitioners, government officials, civil society organisations and members of the public to work together for a sustainable future.
By Gracious Daniel May. 7, 2024

Youth move in to get slice of construction industry cake

Chihota gave thumbs up to the parent association, ZBCA, for coming up with such an initiative.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 14, 2024

ZBC, ex-workers fight over apartments

In a letter dated January 29, 2024, ZBC investment executive James Chiwera told the occupants to vacate the flat.
By Problem Masau Mar. 15, 2024

Big trouble brewing for Mutsvangwa over Starlink

The controversial purchase of the Starlink kit by ZBC has raised serious questions about the role Mutsvangwa  could have played as a minister.
By Nqobani Ndlovu and Tinashe Kairiza Mar. 10, 2024

More changes loom at ZBC

The new ZBC board is led by Helliate Rushwaya.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 9, 2024

Pavcon partners Tilda Foundation to help John ‘Mzala’ Phiri

Pavcon Industries, a concrete manufacturing company, through its corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm joined forces with the Tilda Foundation to help Phiri.
By Style Reporter Mar. 3, 2024