Areas recently affected by floods are reportedly battling high maternal deaths and sexual violence due to the unavailability of healthcare facilities and other basic services, United Nations Population Fund (UNFP) has said.
According to UNFPA, extensive damage to infrastructure is forcing women to travel long distances to
The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission is accused of failing to account for over $734,000 used in its day to day operations with the office of the comptroller and auditor general saying the independent body's 2011 books of accounts were in a shambles.
By Jeoffrey Ncube
According to the
As Zimbabwe prepares for next year’s elections it is very prudent for opposition political actors to understand the changing political, economic and social factors rather than clinging on to previous political glories as this may prove to be fatal (once again) in their endeavor to
Karen Kawadza has been crowned the winner of Miss World Zimbabwe UK 2017, held over the weekend in Holborn, London.
By Tidi Kwidini
The Bulawayo born model, who is based in Manchester, competed against seven other stunning girls vying for the title, to take home the coveted
Converged mobile network operator, NetOne has registered a record 90 000 new subscribers to take their active subscriber database to 4,8 million as indicated in the first quarter sector performance report released by POTRAZ.
This signals a 1.9% increase in the state owned mobile network operator's active
Former Third Generation backing vocalist and dancer, Pamela Zulu last week launched her second album titled Madhin'adhin'ali at Dandaro Inn.
Speaking to 263Chat, the energetic dancer whose first album was not well received believes her second project will take her music career to another level.
"I am happy to
The Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) on Friday launched an ambitious programme to mobilize students from the country's tertiary institutions to register and vote in the 2018 elections saying the current government has betrayed the aspirations of the young people in the country.
By Moregiven Sithole
Change of mind-set is needed to appreciate and preserve African handicrafts, Speaker of Parliament, Advocate Jacob Mudenda has said.
Mudenda who was speaking to 263Chat on the sidelines of the CODEPA Conference of Ministers hosted by the Ministry of Small to Medium Enterprises and Cooperative Development in