Many people have risked their lives to cross the crocodile-infested Limpopo River, persuaded that South Africa is a warm and friendly country with plenty of work.
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“To Pricey: love the attitude,” read Australian legendary batsman Steve Waugh’s inscription on a stump momento of Ray Price.
The disappearance of the book is reality that is gradually settling in the Zimbabwean society.
After 22 years at the helm of Zimbabwean Cricket (ZC), Peter Chingoka is ready for another term as long as he is re-elected at next year’s board elections.
ZIMBABWE expects to harvest at least 1,2 million metric tonnes of maize this year, one and half more than the country produced last year.
THE United States has completed a process of realigning its food assistance support to Zimbabwe.
ZIMBABWE has the potential of earning US$8 billion annually if it cuts and polishes its rough diamonds, a local natural resources watchdog has advised.
One month ago, I sat in a hot tent on a Harare lawn. It wasn’t a particularly sunny day, and at times, it seemed like it might rain.
MOST communal farmers around the country are expecting a bumper harvest this year following heavy rains that have been pounding the country for the past four weeks.
American filmmakers Judy Lieff and Claire Aguilar will this week visit Zimbabwe on a cultural exchange programme.