Across the world, the power of youth votes of is increasingly being noticed. In the recent United States election, the Bernie Sanders campaign started drawing media attention for its appeal with the youth voters.
By Ashton Bumhira
But the recent British election provides the biggest lessons for
Here is an inspiring story of young Harley Ropafadzo Matarutse's, Zimbabwe's rising football star who has fought all forms of adversities to establish himself as one of the country's best upcoming footballers.
Dubbed as the next biggest thing in Zimbabwean football, this young man has what it
Manicaland stakeholders will on Wednesday converge in Mutare for this year’s provincial alternative mining indaba (PAMI) organised to discuss issues affecting mining communities and the province at large.
Convened under the theme ‘Responsible and Accountable Governance of Minerals’, the indaba brings together various stakeholders including local
The Ministry of Small & Medium Enterprises and Cooperative Development has swiftly moved to digitize its operations by registering the ministry's presence on various online media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Website streaming and YouTube.
Through its partnership with 263Chat, the ministry was able to broadcast the ninth
This is an emotional and inspiring story of how one Mr. Zuze Alas of Dzivarasekwa, a disabled man who managed to rise above his limitations and started touching lives in his neighborhood after meeting Strive Masiyiwa nineteen years back.
Despite having physical disabilities, Zuze was brilliant
Businesswoman and Philanthropist, Olinda Chapel is set to host the The Olinda Chapel Foundation Annual High Tea event on July 1 2017 at Bicester Hotel, Golf and Spar in London.
The extravagant event will be graced by top business moguls who will share their business knowledge
“We are going to establish peace ambassadors who are going to defend the vote, once the voting has been done and we are going to announce the results ourselves this time around, from wherever we are going to do that,” said Zwizwai.
A loser is essentially someone who gives up before exhausting all available options. With that in mind, there is a very dangerous but widely accepted fallacy we must address, especially as we stare at the do-or-die 2018 elections.
By Partson Dzamara
That Zimbabwe is hobbling on its