'Bogus lawyers on the prowl'

He said all legal practitioners who want to practice law and access the courts, particularly in 2024, are renewing their practicing certificates.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 2, 2024

Mimosa spends US$75m on waste clean-up

Mimosa is the country’s oldest platinum group of minerals producer with operations dating back to the 1920s.
By Tatenda Chitagu Nov. 16, 2023

GZU, students clash over auto billing

GZU spokesperson Anderson Chipatiso said the university policy was that every student should use campus residence.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Oct. 31, 2023

Great Zimbabwe: Centre of mysterious African civilisation

The first documented description of Great Zimbabwe comes from the Portuguese captain of the garrison at Sofala in what is now Mozambique.
By The Collector Oct. 21, 2023

Zim tourism gradually making a comeback

Zimbabwe is a place not to be missed, with one of the best climates in the world, a wonderful blend of different scenery and wildlife, and an ambiance unique to Africa.
By Enos Denhere Oct. 20, 2023

Entertainment galore in Manicaland province

Manicaland has produced several artistic talents — the likes of Dapura Hunanzva dance group, Vabvuwi, Ntswaintswai Mbira Crew and the Expression Band, among others.
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 22, 2023

Old Mutual invests US$40m into green energy

“The group to date has invested US$40 million into green energy projects including deployments into power plants that are under construction.”
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 8, 2023

ED honours wife with govt award

The honouring of Auxillia’s Angel of Hope Foundation comes two years after the First Lady was awarded a medal for her humanitarian work.
By Donald Nyandoro Aug. 8, 2023

Barriers for men to seek help on health matters

Data has shown that while more and more men are seeking support for their mental health, they are doing so at much lower rates than women.
By Shailet Mazula Jun. 15, 2023