Remembering Sternford Moyo, the legal giant

Sternford was a legal giant that straddled the length and breadth of the legal profession and the business world with confidence and zest.
By Joseph Mafusire Jul. 7, 2024

Business tycoon hails US$1,5bn steel project

Last Thursday's Africa Day presentation ran under In Conversation with Trevor banner, an online television show presented by media mogul Trevor Ncube.
By Shame Makoshori May. 31, 2024

Why Zim farmers must shift to small grains

And then after a couple of years they asked me to move back to the headquarters, I said, you know what, no, thanks, I'm staying here. I'll find something to do here.
By In Conversation With Trevor May. 26, 2024

My close encounter with corruption

The violent reaction in me was my conscience wrestling against the reality of our financial circumstances which my mind was seized with.
By Trevor Ncube Apr. 25, 2024

International day of jazz: Local concert on the cards

Beyond the concert, Meck hinted at plans for educational outreach in schools. “We have schools that have embraced jazz.
By Khumbulani Muleya Apr. 19, 2024

I’ll report back if ZiG fails: RBZ governor

Mushayavanhu said this yesterday while unpacking the monetary policy statement at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo yesterday.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 18, 2024

AMH journalists scoop awards

Ipec board chairperson Albert Nduna urged the media to promote financial literacy to raise the public’s awareness of insurance and pensions.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 7, 2024

Revealed: Net closes in on Chinese 'fraud kingpin'

The Supreme Court reserved judgement at the end of the hearing after it received as evidence, an affidavit from the registrar general Henry Tawona Machiri.
By Tangai Chipangura Mar. 24, 2024

Zim’s media sector at crossroads

Mafukidze said the Zimbabwean media cannot continue to operate in silos in order to be competitive.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 24, 2024