Zinara disburses $5bn to 93 local authorities
Zinara baord chairperson George Manyaya revealed this during a tour of Harare roads which are being rehabilitated.
Growing concerns as Operation Dudula spreads
Operation Dudula is a fast-rising anti-African immigrant sentiment in South Africa where there are frantic efforts to chase away foreigners, particularly Zimbabweans.
SuperSport sack ‘dedicated club man’ Tembo
SuperSport United have confirmed the departure of head coach Kaitani Tembo after the parties reached a “mutual agreement to part ways” on Tuesday afternoon.
Colliery starts evicting ex-workers
The workers have been refusing to vacate the properties because the miner owes them terminal benefits.
Visual artists in environmental conservation drive
Speaking to NewsDay Life & Style, Chitungwiza-based Mauzinyu said as Artists Against Poverty, a home-based arts company, they were promoting environmental conservation through recycled artefacts.
Petros puts faith in youngsters
The Mapuwa brothers and English Brown are products of the Legends Academy.
Voters must avoid last minute rush
Many people have a general tendency to wait to do things in the very last minute, which can be stressful and inconveniencing.
Zec failing to level playing field: CiCZ
CiCZ also said police weighed in heavily to further skew the electoral playing field by showing bias.
Ex-ChiTown chamber secretary fails to stop trial
BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE AN ATTEMPT by former Chitungwiza Municipality chamber secretary Priscilla Vengesai to block her trial at the High Court hit a snag yesterday after her application was dismissed. Vengesai is facing two counts of bribery after she tried to bribe a High Court judge and a prosecutor. Justices Pisirayi Kwenda and Benjamin Chikowero […]
Saruchera still not satisfied
Bullets, who had a slow start to the campaign, have picked up seven points from their last three matches, but Yabo is demanding more from his players.
IDs still difficult to get
The situation is affecting those who wish to register to vote in the 2023 general elections.
AfDB to launch new Zim fund
ZimFund has provided support in water, sanitation and energy sectors in the country’s major cities including Harare, Chitungwiza, Mutare, Gweru and Bulawayo.
Civic groups express concern over govt silence on Nyathi murder
He said the reasons why the Zimbabwean government failed to stand up against the murder of Nyathi was because it was also guilty of similar crimes, such as the February 27 brutal killing of Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) supporter Mboneni Ncube in Kwekwe.
Holiday lessons are unnecessary government
Before the ban, schools would conduct holiday lessons usually for two weeks, allowing slow learners to catch up.
No region deserves to be marginalised
The people of Bulawayo and Matabeleland’s major beef has been and still is essentially just one: Marginalisation and they have, for many years, called out to the government to remember them. However, it appears the wind has been carrying away their calls.
Zim sink Madagascar to book final ticket
In the second semifinal match played at the Nyayo National Stadium on Wednesday evening, the charging Zimbabweans outclassed Junior Makis 32-3 to give themselves a shot at the 2022 title with Madagascar dropping to the 3/4th playoff where they will face Kenya Chipu, who were knocked out by Namibia in the first last four.
Govt incentive divides teachers
Government offered a 20% salary increment to civil servants in February and announced several incentives, including payment of fees for children of teachers.
Zim to participate in Rwanda Women T20
Held annually since 2014, the tournament is the flagship event of the women’s cricket calendar in Rwanda through which the cricket community contribute to the country’s healing process following the atrocities committed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Police caution politicians over hate speech ahead of 2023 polls
The remarks were made by police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi during his keynote address at the belated World Press Freedom Day (WFPD) commemorations organised by the Media Institute of Southern Africa (Misa) Zimbabwe.
Building Narratives: Chirenje’s novel explores societal issues (Part 2)
Nomhle is on the run from her past and thinks she has found an opportunity to turn her life around. Unknown to her, she has just signed away her freewill. Jonah is haunted by his past and just when he thought he has dealt with it, a bizarre incident happens. His failed opportunity to avert the catastrophe sets him back on a downward spiralling journey. Will the penance be worth it and signal a new beginning or it will all be in vain?
Out & About: Davido, Focalistic fall on CKay’s wave
Sometimes it’s best to let things be and just vibe without the pressure of defining the nature of the relationship, says Nigerian singer-songwriter and producer CKay, not lacking an idiosyncratic idea as he coruscates his view on the narrative behind his fresh-cut Amapiano tune titled ‘Watawi’ (What Are We?) — a critical question often than not put forth inside and on the far side of modern romantic relationships. Inspired to be himself and rock the world, the self-defined Emo-Afrobeat ace who has been topping charts on the bounce, has had international credit fawning in — adding another layer to his major lift.
Village Rhapsody: Zimbabwe’s currency merry-go – round continues
Zimbabweans have been freely using the US dollar in local transactions since 2020 after government introduced measures meant to insulate the economy against global shocks following the outbreak of Covid-19.
Who was the real Elvis Presley?
Hanks’s Parker is a savvy businessman who, alongside Sam Phillips (Josh McConville) of Sun Records, sees in Elvis a musician who can bring rock ‘n’ roll, a sound developing in black underground clubs, to the mainstream US.
Corruption watch: Who is benefitting from the Pomona sham deal?
The Pomona deal is probably the craziest thing that the Zimbabwean government has done since Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem on the back of a confused ass that day long, long ago.
Jnr Brown debut album finally dropping
A few years back, Jnr Brown announced that his album then titled Morning Glory was ready but it was never released.
They went to school once
Do we come to bury education, or to praise it? Let us not so much think of those who have died but those who are still living here among us — what do we remember of them?
DAWSON LAUDS VICTORIOUS SABLES
The former Zimbabwe senior national rugby team captain was, however, the first to admit that they will need to improve on their accuracy and be more clinical as they brace for a tougher challenge against their perennial nemesis Namibia in the semi-finals on Wednesday.
Harare residents threaten mass protests against Pomona deal
The meeting was organised by the Harare Residents Trust (HRT) with support from Information for Development Trust, a non-profit organisation that, over the years, has been facilitating public dialogues meant to empower citizens to hold public office holders accountable.
Mangudya defends new currency measures
The forex auction and interbank rates have reached US$1:$366 and US$1:$371, respectively following the introduction of the willing-seller willing-buyer policy.
Mark Ngwazi speaks on sungura contest
Speaking to Standard Style last week, Ngwazi said he was not in competition with Macheso.