Kirsty allays cholera fears

Bonaqua Africa Triathlon Cup Troutbeck event director Rick Fulton confirmed that they have recorded a decrease in the number of participants at this year’s event.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 8, 2024

Exploring the role of technological solutions in limiting carbon emission

The establishment of large dams can also displace nearby communities thereby rendering them home and landless through forced relocations. 
By Peter Makwanya Jan. 29, 2024

Knives out over looted Mbudzi interchange fund

Sources said the arrest of senior government officials, including permanent secretaries, is supposed to be signed off by the President.
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 26, 2024

Muckracker: Of Mnangagwa’s holiday spectacular and the unwashed masses of Nyanga

The President’s security officials made sure that he was as far away as possible from the voters we hear love him so much as he spoke to them.
By Muckracker Jan. 12, 2024

ZimTrade pledges support to youth-led businesses

Nyanga Craft Ciders is a youth-owned small business which produces top-quality craft ciders.
By Business Reporter Jan. 9, 2024

Watch out for rental scams

Scammers exploit the demand for such accommodations and use various tactics to deceive unsuspecting victims, especially during the holidays and festive season where demand is high.
By Jacob Mutisi Jan. 5, 2024

Court frees murder suspect after police boob

Justice Manyangadze also ruled that Bvumba was never arrested because he managed to escape soon after committing the offence.
By Desmond Chingarande Dec. 14, 2023

A cabal of looters

Of the 129 new cases recorded countrywide on Monday, Harare had 70 — Kuwadzana (35) and Glen View (35), underlining the depth of the crisis.
By Newsday Nov. 29, 2023

Brondesbury Park Hotel Nyanga re-opens

The hotel in Nyanga town, once acquired by African Sun Hotels in 2007, now belongs to the Dutch based horticulture firm Cacti Youngplants B.V.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 24, 2023