AFRICAN universities are failing to recommend appropriate policies to their governments because they are weak on policy research
CORRUPTION has reached alarming levels, threatening efforts to turnaround the economy and develop the country, experts have warned.
The Zimbabwe School Examination Council has defended its credibility despite increasing reports of exam paper leakages blamed on criminal activities
A Banket commercial farmer, Pieter Zwanikken (51) was last week evicted from his farm by a group of suspected war veterans
OFFICIALS from the Ministry of Health have been going around schools disseminating information on procedures and benefits of male circumcision
OVER 40 households in Sanyati’s Shonhiwa area now have access to safe drinking water after villagers contributed their chickens and goats to raise funds
MUTARE — An Anjin employee who assaulted and severely injured his colleague after a misunderstanding was dragged before a Mutare magistrate
SOME Roman Catholic nuns in Domboshava are seeking to eliminate the use of drugs considered toxic through the establishment of herbal gardens
ZAKA — The Health Transition Fund (HTF) has breathed life into the ailing health delivery services in Zaka district
SOME residents of Harare are defying a directive by council to stop planting maize on undesignated pieces of land.