Zim loves the trivial

These are some of the serious matters needing urgent attention, but are always on the back burner, overshadowed by internal party-political dynamics in the opposition.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Feb. 3, 2024

Rustlers wreak havoc in Lupane

Chief Menyezwa said they had created anti-rustling teams since villagers had lost confidence in the police, accusing some of them of being bribed by the criminals.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 2, 2024

Mat South declares war on rustlers

Police said 457 cases were recorded during the period with Gwanda recording 43% of the cases, while 551 cases had been recorded in the same period in 2022.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 4, 2024

Entrepreneurship, start-ups

A private limited company is the most common form of incorporation across different economies. It has a separate legal entity from its shareholders and directors.
By Batanai Matsika Dec. 8, 2023

Zanu PF official dies on campaign trail

Temperatures in Beitbridge have in the last five days been hovering around 40 degrees Celsius with regular warnings for people to stay indoors and hydrated.
By Rex Mphisa Nov. 27, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Why Zimbabwe is playing catch-up on innovation

Some organisations came and went due to failure to adapt to the new world where digital Darwinism thrives.
By Evans Mathanda Nov. 26, 2023

Harare businessman exposes corrupt judges

Chikwanha was not picking calls yesterday while messages sent to his WhatsApp had not been responded to at the time of going to print.
By Problem Masau Nov. 22, 2023

Fresh exam leak scare rocks Zimsec

In a statement over the weekend, Zimsec said some examination papers were being circulated by fraudsters who want to rip off unsuspecting candidates.
By Miriam Mangwaya Oct. 16, 2023

Domestic workers up for theft

Walker later filed a report at Hillside Police Station and property valued at US$108 was recovered.
By Jerssie Mpofu Oct. 12, 2023