Yoga is reportedly becoming popular in Zimbabwe.
Reports suggest that there are over a dozen yoga studios and fitness-pilates studios/gyms/health-club/sports-club/wellness-centre offering yoga in Harare.
There are few yoga places/teachers in Bulawayo, yoga facilities in Mashonaland East, yoga opportunities in Victoria Falls area and sometimes the classes are
Government has mobilized US$18 million towards capacitating small scale miners with equipment to boost productivity in the mining sector.
The US$18 million facility will be availed to companies during this year’s Zimbabwe International Trade Fair as the government moves in to professionalize small scale minors to
Recently, the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) announced plans to start the process of setting up Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) to improve information access around the country.
An Internet Exchange Point is a convergence zone where Internet networks come together to peer or
“Small but frequent losses can harm a firm”. This statement is applicable in risk management wherein small but frequent losses can affect financial performance. On the other hand “Do not burn a forest because you want to kill a bee” is also applicable in risk
Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Professor Jonathan Moyo has reportedly hit back at the Umguza legislator and Zanu PF Central Committee member, Obert Mpofu, calling his recent comments that the Tsholotsho legislator was working in cahoots with Kasukuwere to destabilize the ruling party as
HIV and Aids remains a major threat to adolescents and young people in Zimbabwe, with statistics pointing to unprotected sex and lack of information on the pandemic as the key driver, a report has revealed.
According to a the National Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive
Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, (ZEC) has kick-started field tests for the bio-metric voter registration kits in Mabvuku despite opposition parties and civic groups expressing concern over the lack of transparency in the whole process.
ZEC has identified Mabvuku and Seke rural for its field tests as part of
Hindus will reportedly light 108 fires as a part of ancient Vedic ritual yajna in a sports ground in Port Shepstone town of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa on “Freedom Day” (South Africa’s national day on April 27).
Yajna, an oblation made to a deity, is a
Today we are discussing about Telegraphic transfers, what some people call wired transfers. Technology is evolving with each passing day and it is important to note that ignorance is now a cost, knowledge is once again proving to be power.
In the banking sector, the battle
Mashonaland West – 148-6 in 20 overs (Malcolm Waller 72, Trevor Chibvongodze 20, Tarisai Mahlunge 19; Janak Prakash 2/39, Dharmichand Mulewa 1/17)
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