MUTARE - Mobilization of domestic resources from mining and other economic sectors will translate to sustainable economic development, a non-governmental organisation official has said
Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) regional chair Andy Ziyera said, on the sidelines of a public dialogue meeting on investment expectations,
Zimbabwe Women won by 10 wickets with 10 balls remaining.
Zimbabwe women won their first match of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier on Saturday, with openers Chipo Mugeri and Modester Mupachikwa taking them to the victory target against China.
The day began with
The opening of the 18th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA) which is taking place from 29 November to 4 December in Harare, Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) has urged countries to further accelerate their response to AIDS.
So this is going to be short. One of those Mondays when the Boss is breathing down your neck.
City got back to winning ways. Go back to the top of table. With Silva back, I think they will kick on and become a bit more
EX-PREMIER Service Medical Aid Society group chief executive officer Dr Cuthbert Dube and his management team will be forced to return US$22 million-plus they allegedly siphoned out of the institution between 2009 and 2013, our Harare Bureau has gathered.
This includes cash Dr Dube used on Zimbabwe
Newly appointed professor Edwin Muchapondwa has travelled a long way since he left his home town of Bindura, near Harare, when he was eight years old. Over three decades later, the conservation and development challenges of rural Zimbabwe remain front and centre for the University
The winner of last year’s DStv-Eutelsat Star Awards, Joseph Mahiya of Zimbabwe, travels to Europe and the Caribbean this weekend, to witness a satellite launch.
Joseph won the essay section within the 2014 DStv-Eutelsat Awards competition, beating competitors from all over Africa to take first place
…As real husbands are not prepared to disclose their status
A number of women are hiring fake husbands to accompany them to HIV counseling and testing centres in a bid to be served first, a study by Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation (EGPAF) has revealed.
WITH two days to go before the 18th International Conference on HIV and AIDS and STIs (ICASA) United States of America embassy in Harare has announced the coming of Ambassador Deborah Birx to attend the Conference, scheduled to take place from November 29 through December 4.