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Zimbabwe has two options to turnaround the declining economy saddled by huge foreign debt — looking for foreign direct investment or domestic resource mobilisation.
Being a renowned eye specialist can be enough to wean one from their culture and traditions.
The ever-increasing number of students enrolled at the country’s universities and the spiralling cost of education all but confirms the commercialisation of education.
Severe power cuts that have rocked the country for the past three weeks will further put a strain on already struggling consumers and industries.
JUSTICE, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs minister, Emmerson Mnangagwa has said demonstrations are permissible if they are done with the blessings of the police.
THE controversy surrounding First Lady Grace Mugabe’s Doctor of Philosophy degree from the UZ early this month has reduced the former prestigious institution to a butt of crude jokes on social media.
INFORMATION, Media and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo on Friday shocked members of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators attending a meeting in Nyanga when he said it was a myth that the country was facing serious economic problems.
Female politicians feel that their male counterparts enjoy more space in the media because they have more resources.
CHIVI Rural District Council chairperson, Killer Zivhu says Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister, Kudakwashe Bhasikiti let down thousands of Tokwe-Mukosi flood victims.