President Emmerson Mnangagwa has hinted that his first 10 days in office have been tough and hectic while conceding that his team of cabinet ministers will stand the challenge of his plan of action as the head of state.
Mnangagwa was addressing the media soon after
Women's Coalition of Zimbabwe, an umbrella body representing women from various organisations has registered its dissatisfaction at the recent cabinet appointments saying the new administration had failed to respect the country laws, policies and values that speak on equal representation of women and men in
A cross section of Harare residents have blamed corruption and abuse of political power for rampant wetlands destruction in the capital.
According to the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) Harare’s water table is falling drastically as a result of rampant wetlands destruction.
Speaking during a stakeholders meeting
Coalition of Democrats (CODE) president, Elton Mangoma believes the newly appointed President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa will continue on his predecessor Robert Mugabe’s dismal economic and political trajectory as the two are cut from the same cloth.
By Leopold Munhende
Mangoma was commenting on Mnangagwa's cabinet appointment
The fact that farmers and students exposed to the same capacity building initiatives produce different results suggests training alone does not lead to success. In the majority of developing countries, farmers in the same environment and with access to similar resources achieve different outcomes. On
TelOne Centre for Learning a tertiary institution run by state owned telecom operator, TelOne has made a technology exchange agreement with Huawei to start training courses offered by the Chinese technology vendor.
The institution has been adjusting vibrantly to the rapid changes in the technology industry,
Following the inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa a few days ago, a new cabinet is set to be sworn in today at the State House. Mnangagwa appointed a 21 member cabinet with 10 provincial ministers and six deputies. The cabinet is expected to drive the
A cross section of Zimbabweans have condemned President Emmerson Mnangagwa's recently appointed 22-member cabinet saying it was largely an act of "rewarding" his loyalists without looking at capacity to deliver.
Mnangagwa on Thursday night appointed 22 ministers, six deputy ministers and 10 provincial ministers mainly made
Zimbabwe gold mining, development and exploration company Metallon Corporation has announced the sale of Arcturus Mine to TN Securities (Pvt) Ltd to prioritize their investments, focus resources and reduce costs
In a statement by the group Chief Executive Officer Ken Mekani, the transaction provides the mine which was
The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) has applauded the move by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) to attain a court order on the status of voting of aliens saying the electoral mother body Zimbabwe Electoral Commission must extend the bio-metric voter registration blitz to