A belligerent 112 from Solomon Mire set Zimbabwe on track, Sean Williams' 65 provided stability, and Sikandar Raza's sparkling 67 not out laid out the finishing touches as a fearless Zimbabwe ran down Sri Lanka's score of 316 to make history in Galle.
Not only was this Zimbabwe's first ODI
The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) says it is unfazed by the coming into the political arena of Dr Nkosana Moyo who announced his aspirations to contest as an independent candidate in the 2018 Presidential elections.
Moyo on Thursday added his name to the long list
MUTARE - An illegal diamond dealer who tried to evade arrest by claiming to be Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) operative has been fined $150 by Mutare Provincial Magistrate, Tendai Mahwe.
By Norma Tsopo
Ivor Dumisani Hamandishe, 28, of 16430, Unit K, Seke, Chitungwiza was convicted on his own
United States government has applauded Zimbabwe for the notable progress in strengthening its capacity to respond to cases of trafficking in persons in the past year.
According to the State Department Trafficking in Persons Report (June 2017), United States government noted that achievements were made during
Four years after the adoption of a new constitution in Zimbabwe, freedom of expression is still under threat as draconian laws such as Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act (AIPPA) and Public Order and Security Act (POSA) have not been repealed, a human
Owing to the recent El Nino Draught during the 2015/16 farming season, many children suffered from Acute Malnutrition. Consequently, village health workers have been trying to help children suffering from acute malnutrition using the little resources available in that community.
Acute Malnutrition is defined by a
Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation thrills revelers performing at Star FM's 5th Anniversary last week. The night event was organized by the radio station to celebrate its five years of existence since its inception in early 2012. Jah Prayzah joined a galaxy of both
Nkosana Moyo has joined the 2018 presidential race as the battle to outclass the current ruling ZANU PF government gets hotter. Here is our one on one interview with him soon after his announcement that he will be running for the 2018 presidential elections as
“This coalition thing which the opposition parties have engaged into is not going to work. I do not think that if we mix water and oil we will come up with some usable resource but a total waste of resources.
The Zimbabwe government is worried about fake websites which are bend on tarnishing the image of the country by spreading falsehoods, a senior government official has said.
Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services Minister, Supa Mandiwanzira said many people were falling victims to fake news