Villagers benefit from Chinese medical outreach

The outreach follows the opening of the Zimbabwe-China traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture centre at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals in Harare in 2020.
By Own Correspondent Sep. 23, 2023

China celebrates National Day, amid heightened Sino-Zim relations

Speaking at the ceremony, Ding said Zimbabwe and China have enjoyed cordial bilateral relations since time immemorial.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 22, 2023

SA-based Zimbos rope in Malema in poll protest

It noted that Zimbabweans were suffering under a military dictatorship, which subjects them to torture, abduction, rape and murder.
By Silas Nkala and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 21, 2023

Chinamasa speaks on Zim/Zambia fallout

Chinamasa acknowledged the sacrifices made by Zambians during the liberation struggle and emphasised that Zimbabweans hold no ill intent towards Zambia or its people.
By Problem Masau and Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 16, 2023

Opinion: China’s Nomenclature Aggression on Tibet

So, China`s strong criticism and backlash against Japan`s discharge of treated water is baseless, unfounded, and unscientific.
By Arya Tsewang Gyalpo Sep. 15, 2023

Zim student wins African painting competition

Mafiko’s painting and nine other artworks are on display at the China Space Station also known as the Tiangong Space Station as part of the International Space Exhibition.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 15, 2023

Zida matchmaking platform to drive investment — CEO

The platform is a brainchild of the Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency (Zida).
By Staff Writer Sep. 9, 2023

Transformation through targeted poverty alleviation

Emphasises on precise identification and matching policies to the demand of the poor;
By Matthew Garaviro Nyashanu Sep. 8, 2023

China's widening iPhone curbs roil US technology sector

The U.S. Commerce Department said late Thursday it's working to obtain more information "on the character and composition" of the chip that may violate trade restrictions.
By Reuters Sep. 8, 2023