The Iranian Elections and the events unfolding over the Sprig of 2011 most conveniently dubbed as The Arab Spring set about a catharsis of the so called ‘social media revolutions’. Well social media certainly is revolutionary and without a shadow of doubt, social media has
The full details of ‘mega deals’ that President Mugabe is said to have been signing during his state visit to China are yet to emerge. From the snippets that we have read in the state controlled media, these deals range from infrastructural investments pacts through to a
The Minister of Media, Information and Broadcasting Services, Professor Jonathan Moyo is evidently in a good place with the media. Apart from having it under his ministerial purview, he also has the luxury of having it at his beck and call.
Only this week he summoned
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Tweets appeared on Saturday evening confirming that Eric Bloch passed away on the 20th September 2014.
Here are some of people's various thoughts regarding the sad news – please click HERE
David Coltart shared details of the funeral arrangements later
The Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) Vice Chancellor Professor Rungano Zvobgo has urged his students to remain focused in order to archive greatness in their life.
Addressing students attending Life Skills workshop at the university's Mashava campus last week, Prof Zvobgo also encouraged participants to value their
The Bulawayo City Council has cancelled the second phase of budget consultation meetings meant to collect on the local authority’s 2015 budget from residents and other stakeholders.
The aim of the consultation meetings is to set out implementation challenges for 2015, confirm priority areas for the