President Robert Mugabe has ignored calls by security forces commanders who have been openly pushing for the arrest of Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo for alleged fraud; with the 92-year-old […]
IF he had the maps showing the location of Bulawayo’s water reticulation pipes, John Mpofu says he would have by now dug a hole, then drill into one of them […]
Eight people died in the early hours of yesterday when the vehicle they were travelling in collided head on with another truck along the Masvingo-Harare highway.
Local banks will start issuing bond notes tomorrow, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) announced yesterday.
THOUSANDS of Zimbabweans braved the heavy downpour which hit Harare yesterday to attend the MDC-T “shutdown” rally, which was addressed by party leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
Biogas is a popular source of energy worldwide, regarded as one of the most sustainable renewable energy resource which is environmentally-friendly and cost-saving. It is a gas that is formed […]
Zimbabwe early this month appeared before the Universal Periodic Review meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, where the country’s human rights record came under scrutiny. […]
Eve Gadzikwa has a long professional working career in business which spans over 20 years and cuts across many sectors and disciplines, including commerce and industry, standards, corporate governance, ethics […]
BULAWAYO human rights lawyer Kucaca Phulu is the new People’s Democratic Party (PDP) vice-president, after he was elected at the party’s conference held in Harare yesterday.
He spends his days searching for water for his mother and siblings in Harare, and that has almost become a fulltime job. He turns on the shower tap but not […]