Call for reforms in schools’ governance

The government thus premeditated on the advantages of delegating and decentralizing authority in managing schools to communities long back.
By Langton Mutoya 3h ago

Digital Digest: It’s time to remove the print corset

Digital storytelling can only thrive if the print corset is removed. The content and its impact must be the focus for the (paying) readership.
By Dietmar Schantin Sep. 23, 2023

Workplace sexual harassment manual launched

ILO officer-in-charge Anna-Marie Kiaga said the manual was important in the fight to stop violence and sexual harassment in workplaces.
By Gracious Daniel Sep. 23, 2023

TIMB sweats over corruption

The call by TIMB to fight malpractices comes as the parastatals has been accused of sweeping under the carpet allegations of sexual harassment involving a senior executive.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 22, 2023

‘Govt policies need business support’

In 2021, the Treasury reported that the country required at least US$40 billion in capital investment to attain an upper middle-income economy by 2030.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 22, 2023

ZimInd takes legal action against parly over CDF

Parliament refused to release the documents when it was approached by this newspaper in June this year.
By Staff Writer Sep. 22, 2023

Transforming lives: The CAUSEWAY agribusiness boost

Hence, the project complements the Zimbabwe National Development Strategy 1’s goal to restore food self-sufficiency and restore the country’s role as a regional breadbasket.
By Karen Whitney Maturure Sep. 22, 2023

Sadc should be bold on Zim: CiZC

The CiZC, in a statement yesterday, said Zimbabwe’s disputed elections had a negative bearing on the region.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 22, 2023

US$2,5m needed for Gweru quarry project

Besides providing council with revenue, the quarry claim located along the Gweru-Mvuma Highway was also going to benefit the city by providing materials needed for road maintenance.
By Stephen Chadenga Sep. 22, 2023