Zanu PF youths block Vic Falls from selling stands
Councillor Nkanyiso Sibindi confirmed that Zanu PF youths blocked the vetting process and staged a demonstration at council offices on Tuesday.
By Silas Nkala May. 18, 2023
Jemali’s mixed spirit figurine traces controversial narratives
Shona and Ndebele people have known high levels of hospitality and friendship, and Jemali tries to depict this in his creations.
By Tendai Sauta May. 9, 2023
Droughts bring disease: here are 4 ways they do it
Climate change projections show changes in temperature and rainfall extremes, especially without emissions reductions.
By The Conversation Mar. 17, 2023
Robert Mugabe Jnr in court for destroying property worth US$12 000
Police confirmed the arrest saying he was picked up after a friend levelled charges against him.
By Online Reporter Feb. 20, 2023
US air strike kills five militants in Somalia
The US says it has killed five al-Shabab fighters in Somalia during a joint operation with the Somali army.
By BBC News Feb. 17, 2023
Poor road network a disservice to the nation
My belief is that the Transport ministry can do better by opening up more roads as a matter of urgency.
By Johannes Marisa Feb. 16, 2023
North Burkina Faso ambush kills at least 16 security forces
Sixteen security forces were killed in an ambush in Burkina Faso's insurgent-hit north on Wednesday, three security sources said on Friday.
By Reuters Feb. 10, 2023
‘60% of Zim properties valueless’
Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi told legislators that government would not issue title deeds to people in rural areas as well as resettled agricultural land because all the land belongs to the State.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Feb. 10, 2023
Blanket resource bigger than previous estimates
This figure is twice as big as the firm’s original estimate, and places it among the biggest resource firms in the region.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 7, 2023
Mapeza remains optimistic