Editors Memo: Why should we trust you on ZBC?

You only need to peruse through forensic reports to understand why our roads are the worst in southern Africa.
By Shame Makoshori May. 17, 2024

Should the govt retain ownership in AirZim?

In aviation, a flag carrier, is an airline company, which enjoys direct government support and privileges, whilst it also represents its home country, internationally.
By Kevin Tutani Mar. 28, 2024

Air Zimbabwe puts four derelict aircraft, spare parts up for sale

Air Zimbabwe has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the sale of four derelict aircraft – two B737-200s and two BAe 146s – as well as other sundry spare parts.
By Ch-aviation Mar. 13, 2024

Court overturns conviction of ex-AirZim bosses

Former High Court judge Justice Edith Mushore dismissed their appeal in April 2017.
By Brent Shamu Jan. 31, 2024

Air Zim’s Embraer plane arrives

Mhona said the government hoped to establish a robust hub and network with Victoria Falls and Harare serving as the tourism hubs. 
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Jan. 25, 2024

Zinara board zeros in on mess: Minister

Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Felix Mhona said this during the ministry’s strategic planning workshop held in Mutare recently.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Nov. 7, 2023

US$407m losses: Air Zimbabwe ‘dead as a dodo’

According to the report on SOEs and parastatals for the financial year ended December 31, 2022 (2019 for Air Zim), the airline continues to bleed with no solution in sight.
By Melody Chikono Oct. 29, 2023

Performance, compliance: A case of AirZim

Air Zimbabwe does not have a mechanism to evaluate its own performance.
By Blessing Nyatanga Oct. 27, 2023

AirZim boss bullish after shock return...We are taking a crawl, walk and run approach: Makona

The AirZim boss spoke authoritatively, confirming speculation that he could be reappointed substantive in the near future.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 5, 2023