Ngozi Mine squatters resort to unsafe water sources

Moyo said he told the squatters that since they are working with a human’s rights group, they should ask it to assist in registering their business.
By Patricia Sibanda May. 17, 2024

Influenza outbreak hits Zim

Particularly vulnerable individuals include young children, the elderly, pregnant women, the obese, and individuals suffering from chronic diseases.
By Problem Masau May. 17, 2024

MSU student commits suicide

In another incident which occurred on May 12 in Mberengwa, unknown people set fire to the hut in which Isaac Matsheza (71) and his son Tapiwa (21) were sleeping.
By Stephen Chadenga May. 15, 2024

Navigating tax implications of Zim’s transition to ZiG

One of the key issues arising from the monetary policy statement (MPS) is the introduction of ZiG currency, replacing the ZWL.
By Mark Hussein Mtombeni May. 5, 2024

End of the road for Lady Chevrons

Zimbabwe got off to the worst possible start during their chase, losing three wickets for 30 runs in the powerplay.
By Austin Karonga May. 2, 2024

Govt targets US$14 billion agric sector

Agriculture is the backbone of the economy, it accounts for 12% of the gross domestic product.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 29, 2024

Fashion show takes centre stage at Wedding Expo

The two-day event, which was held on Friday and Saturday after a four-year hiatus  targeted wedding providers to showcase their products and services
By Sharon Zebra Apr. 29, 2024

Briefs:  Midlands HIV group rebrands

Masimira said Maso’s new vision is aimed at driving communities, self-determination, unity and progress.
By Stephen Chadenga Apr. 28, 2024

Govt mulls creating 10k agro-business unit

Speaking during the project launch, Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development secretary Obert Jiri hailed the school for coming up with the business Unit.
By Innocent Magondo Apr. 27, 2024