EU hails Dangarembga for hosting film fest

This year’s edition of the IIFF began on Tuesday with the screening of Guinea’s film titled Nome. The festival will run until tomorrow at different venues in the capital.
By Tendai Sauta Dec. 1, 2023

Euro film fest bolsters Zim film industry

From Harare, the festival will head to Bulawayo beginning this Thursday up to Saturday.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 23, 2023

EU, Zim relations precarious

Presenting the preliminary report in August, EU EOM chief observer Fabio Massino Castaldo said the elections failed the credibility test.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Oct. 18, 2023

Culture month exposed Zim’s rich, diverse cultural heritage: EU

In June, 42 exceptional projects by Zimbabwean artists were awarded grants worth US$748 588 as part of the first round of the Creative Actions II project.
By Winstone Antonio Jul. 17, 2023

Business, CSOs join gender equality campaign

He was speaking during a high-level HeforShe impact summit held in Harare, where gender champions shared experiences, exchanged ideas and reaffirmed commitment towards achieving gender equality.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Jun. 12, 2023

EU donates USD $63K to NACZ

The event was attended by the minister of Sport, Arts and Recreation Kirsty Coventry and the Ambassador of the EU to Zimbabwe, Jobst von Kirchmann.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira May. 14, 2023

We stand ready to work with Zim: EU

“We are the number one export destination for horticulture products. 42% of all horticulture products go to the European market, citrus, vegetables, oranges, peas etc,” Kirchmann  said.
By Zanele Ndlovu Apr. 28, 2023

We don’t have solutions to Zimbabwe issues: EU

The top envoy spoke about EU relations with Zimbabwe, sanctions and the 2023 elections, among many other issues.
By In Conversation With Trevor Apr. 9, 2023

EU says ready to deploy observers

THE European Union (EU) says it is ready to send an observer mission to help Zimbabwe hold free, fair and inclusive elections this year.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Mar. 1, 2023