FOLLOWERS of local showbiz would agree that dancehall music is the genre of the moment, surpassing even sungura and urban grooves.
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It’s a calm Sunday morning and Cecilia Tavengwa sets for the local pharmacy with her two daughters in trail.
Zimbabwe’s borders with Zambia will open for 24 hours during the Sadc Summit to be hosted in the country later this year.
WHEN two Englishmen meet, their first talk is of the weather.
Tropfest is the world’s largest short film festival.
ZIMBABWE rugby sevens team’s hope of attaining core status suffered a huge knock after losing 12-17 to Italy yesterday.
Zimbabwe cricket team captain Brendan Taylor believes the country’s player base is too small to have a specialist T20 with a different set of players.
Zimbabwe’s major hospitals are slowly being turned into little prisons by merciless authorities who are detaining patients over failure to settle medical bills.
ZIMBABWE has entered into a repayment plan with creditors as it moves to settle the US$6,1 billion external debt, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
ZIMBABWE has lost a staggering US$96 billion in economic value due to economic misrule in the 12 years to 2012, a global research firm has said.