Farai and the Forest Dawn (FFD) frontman Farai Muvuti has temporarily swapped the mic and sounds of the acoustic guitar and partnered up with his brother to launch a start-up network recruitment company in the UK.
Founded earlier this year, TimeFlex is the brainchild of Farai
Bulawayo giants, Highlanders were on Wednesday held to a nil all draw by a resolute Harare City in a match played at the National Sports Stadium.
Three days after their clash with Dynamos was abandoned following skirmishes at Babourfields Stadium, Highlanders were left disappointed after failing to
Minister of Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment, Patrick Zhuwao has claimed that Zimbabwe’s economy is not bad and on a recovery path.
Zhuwao was speaking to journalists after meeting entrepreneurs and youth officers in Harare on Wednesday where he said contrary to beliefs, Zimbabwe’s economy is
FIVE Harare residents who allegedly protested against the introduction of bond notes are currently undergoing trial after they were accused of destroying property during a demonstration held in the capital city last year.
The five namely Costa Zvokusekwa, Pfungwa Gunda, Freddy Muchavanhuwa, Tendai Marimo and Rodrick
The prevailing political and economic challenges manifesting in Zimbabwe clearly points to a country trapped in a political transition, Zimbabwe Democracy Institute has said.
In its 2017 political economy review titled Democracy is contested but change takes place in this space; Zimbabwe’s Undying Hope, Zimbabwe Democracy
The Zimbabwe Warriors were drawn in Group B together with Mozambique, Seychelles, and Madagascar in the COSAFA Cup preliminary round stage.
Despite the warriors struggling in other tournaments such as the Africa Cup of Nations or World Cup qualifiers, the COSAFA Castle Cup is the one
International Telecommunications Union, a United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies is responsible for allocating global radio spectrum, satellite orbits, development of technical standards to ensure networks and technologies seamlessly interconnect, and striving to improve access to ICTs to undeserved communities worldwide.
An organization based on
Zimbabwe A, scraped through to beat Canada by two wickets in the first unofficial one-day international match at Harare Sports Club yesterday.
A fine innings of 65 by Chamu Chibhabha helped the Zimbabwe A, mainly made up of regular first team players, win the match, despite
Zanu (PF) Legislator for Dzivarasekwa, Omega Hungwe, who is also a member of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Local Government, yesterday threw her weight behind submissions by residents associations that the Harare City Council must stop its pre-paid water meter project until due process is