Can Afrikaners save South Africa?
The disparity in living standards between the haves and have-nots is shocking, despite the social grant system.
By Eddie Cross May. 24, 2023
Govt not serious about MSMEs
The measures were meant to save the country from hyper-inflation and local business cartels that are profiteering at the expense of building a sustainable economic growth.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu May. 20, 2023
EU, UK, US presence at ZITF excites Mnangagwa
Over 20 countries participated at this year's trade fair, a growth from 13 last year.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Patricia Sibanda Apr. 29, 2023
Climate change in the construction industry
Today, as the beast looks us in the eye — cyclone Freddy — the cost of its destructions far outweighs the cost of environmental reforms, particularly in the construction industry.
By Mike Juru Mar. 31, 2023
Grave robbers dig up concrete to find albino body
Police say the suspects are still at large after the incident in Moatize district, in Tete province.
By BBC News Mar. 29, 2023
2022/23 rains wreak havoc countrywide
Statistics released by the Local Government ministry show that 60 schools and 44 roads were damaged across the country during the same period.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Mar. 23, 2023
Storm Freddy: More than 400 still missing in Malawi
Several countries including the UK, Tanzania and Zambia have sent teams to help in rescue operations.
By BBC News Mar. 21, 2023
Malawi, Mozambique race to rescue survivors as cyclone toll rises above 270
In neighbouring Mozambique at least 21 people had died as of Tuesday, according to the disaster agency.
By Reuters Mar. 15, 2023
Cyclone Freddy: Deadly storm set to hit Mozambique a second time
Meteorologists say it is rare for a storm to make such a loop.
By BBC News Mar. 8, 2023
Faz is misleading Zanu PF