Short film explores social media influence, identity

The fiction-based short film made its debut on the video-sharing platform YouTube yesterday, marking its official release.

Life’s cycles: A road to growth

Roadworks ... The current disruptions may be frustrating, but are a necessary part of the process that will ultimately lead to a more connected and efficient transport network.
By Grace Chirenje 12h ago

Sables begin WC bid

Despite a tough path and missing a few key players, the Zimbabwe national men’s 15s team remains confident of success.
By Austin Karonga 12h ago

Govt moves to boost power supply

According to the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority, the country has high solar radiation averaging 20 megajoules per square metre and 3 000 hours of sunshine per year.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 18, 2024

SA border police intercept suspected stolen car

The vehicle, a late model Mercedes Benz believed to have been stolen from KwaThema near Johannesburg, has been seized.
By Rex Mphisa Jul. 17, 2024

Stadia crisis, Warriors’ own goal

Zimbabwe boast five appearances at Africa’s premier football stage — in 2004, 2006, 2017, 2019 and 2021.
By Farirayi Kahwemba Jul. 17, 2024

Govt petitioned over female teachers’ abuse

This follows a harrowing incident in which 16 female teachers were subjected to indecent scrutiny by a senior staff member at a school in Nkayi, accusing them of messing a toilet.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 16, 2024

Zim students excel at African Leadership University

He described the students as a new generation of critical thinkers and innovators.
By Own Correspondent Jul. 15, 2024

Travelling & touring: Spare a thought for mshikashika on taming traffic jungle in cities

Some 'foreigners' were killed through what the assailants described as necklacing while others were lynched through petrol bombing, stabbing, and shooting among others.
By Burzil Dube Jul. 14, 2024