Govt invests US$13m in early warning systems

Prosper Matondi, permanent secretary in the ministry of Environment, Climate and Wildlife, said the government had an array of radars that have been installed in about five locations.
By Melody Chikono 11h ago

GhettoDances: Gossip only breeds confusion and enmity

Then all of a sudden, the fight stopped. A young policeman who looked reluctant and confused managed to stop the fight.
By Onie Ndoro 11h ago

Requiem for the Zim dream

Independence was a moment to usher in a new dispensation of equality and prosperity.
By Innocent Mpoki Apr. 12, 2024

Theatre mirrors society: Munganasa

The playwright will bring a play titled Mari yaVaChivhayo to Theatre in the Park in the capital next month.
By Sharon Zebra Mar. 28, 2024

Sanctions and survival: US-Zimbabwe interplay

The sanctions were imposed through various instruments, including the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (Zidera) enacted by the US Congress in 2001.
By Equity Axis Mar. 15, 2024

Mugabe statue set for airport

Mugabe died on September 6, 2019, two years after being deposed by his former deputy, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, following a military-assisted coup in November 2017.
By Evans Mathanda Mar. 9, 2024

Letter from America: Remembering Mugabe: The killer of dreams!

I spent ten years studying the career of Mugabe, resulting in the book: Life and Times of Robert Mugabe (2018).
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 3, 2024

Zipra celebrates Mutsvangwa sacking

War veterans groups have described Mutsvangwa as a non-performer with his sacking triggering celebrations from the freedom fighters.
By Sharon Sibindi Feb. 26, 2024

Gukurahundi survivors vent anger over Youths Day

Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association secretary for administration, Thembelani Dube said Mugabe would always be remembered in the region for nothing else, but Gukurahundi.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 22, 2024