Irate Zanu PF chefs quiz minister over price riot
Concern over price hikes took a political tone as the ruling party tries to demonstrate that it has capacity to address the crisis ahead of elections expected in August.
By Freeman Makopa May. 26, 2023
Marcus Park launches US$3m housing project
More than 414 housing units are available and will be sold in four phases, according to MCPL managing director Nick Bakaris.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 17, 2023
School of sport: FROM HERE TO AFFINITY
Many people have talents in certain fields but it becomes a drudgery, a routine, a job, and as a result the product is reduced.
By Tim Middleton Apr. 16, 2023
ZimAlloys ready to switch on its biggest furnace
ZimAlloys managing director Deric Dube told journalists during a media tour of Trojan Nickel Mine in Bindura on Tuesday that the plant would begin producing ferroalloy in August this year.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 30, 2023
Al Jazeera exposé: Mangwana under fire
Zimbabwe Democracy Institute director Pedzisai Ruhanya accused Mangwana of condoning corruption in the country.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Mar. 28, 2023
U.S. regulators rejected Elon Musk’s bid to test brain chips in humans, citing safety risks
BRAIN initiative team leader Nick Langhals said the agency reached out to Neuralink to offer help but was declined.
By Reuters Mar. 2, 2023
Zemura’s new film raises drug awareness
The country has seen a spike in drug and substance abuse among the youths and schoolchildren
By Varaidzo Mudewairi Feb. 22, 2023
BNC output falls after breakdown
The imported equipment was expected to help BNC change its mining strategy.
By Shame Makoshori Feb. 19, 2023
Christopher Mushohwe dies
This was confirmed by Permanent secretary in the ministry of Information, Nick Mangwana in a Twitter post.
By Online Reporter Feb. 13, 2023
Parliament passes a Bill that seeks to punish 'unpatriotic' citizens