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12 tips on public speaking

Know your uniqueness, strengths and abilities. Learning from others is good, but you must never try to be someone else; be yourself and love the uniqueness of your voice and personal appeal.
By Jonah Nyoni 4h ago

Roaring end to Renewable Energy Conference

THE hugely successful fourth edition of the International Renewable Energy Conference and Expo 2023 ended yesterday in the resort city of Victoria Falls.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 4h ago

PPPs essential to addressing infrastructural deficits

The Government of Zimbabwe opted for PPPs years back aiming to attract investors into infrastructure projects and State-owned enterprises.
By Chido Mafongoya 4h ago

Feature: As guns flow into Zim, armed robberies spike

According to the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency, robberies increased from 2017 to 2019, with the number of armed robberies almost doubling from 2018 to 2019.

Letters: Zim limping toward elections

The State continues to persecute opposition politicians and voices of dissent, and has taken steps to further curtail freedom of expression and association.
By AMH Voices 4h ago

Hero status conferment needs revision

The gold mafia is only but one of those things happening as privatisation of public land is also on the increase.
By Newsday 4h ago

Judge Ndewere wins back Merc

The vehicle was seized in November last year following her dismissal in 2021.

Old Mutual gets Vic Falls

The frightening thing about the gold mafia is how its activities are abetted by the State in the name of sanctions busting.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu 4h ago

In rural Zim, electric tricycles are saving lives

They were Igava Clinic staff, making routine rounds to check up on their patients. After a series of quick observations, they helped Hali into the truck-bed back of the vehicle.
By gavi.org 4h ago