MUTARE- Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association has called on government to speed up the process of amending public finance management policies to enhance transparency in the natural resources sector.
Speaking during a ZELA training workshop in Mutare recently, Mukasiri Sibanda who is the organisation's Economic Governance Officer
Harare Metropolitan Eagles – 92 all out in 35.1 overs (Gary Chirimuuta 17, Jalat Khan 15, Kudzai Maunze 13; Graeme Cremer 4/22, Michael Chinouya 3/25, Carl Mumba 2/28)
Midlands Rhinos – 183 for 9 in 48 overs (Bothwell Chapungu 63, Tafadzwa Kaitano 34, Tarisai Musakanda 25;
Zimbabwe's second largest mobile network operator, Netone has emerged from oblivion to establish itself as a major force to reckon in the domestic telecommunications industry after successfully commissioning a record 261 Long-Term-Evolution/4G base stations across Zimbabwe in the last quarter of 2016.
By Shingie Lev Muringi
Mugabe has extinguished the fire that was consuming the National Political Commissar branding demonstrations "a primitive way to resolve issues in the party."
“There is need to follow party structures and hierarchy without going to the Press or engaging in demonstrations,” President Mugabe said soon after
Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has come hard on Castle Larger Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs saying it will not allow any unlicensed players to feature in the second week of the championship.
In statement released on Monday, the football mother body said it allowed some teams
Mabasa Ziyambi and Faith Candy of Bazuka studios have joined hands with Wamatuka hitmaker Gift Amuli to release a single sungura track titled Zuva Ranyura.
In an interview with 263Chat from his base in Australia, Ziyambi affectionately known as Bazuka in the musical circles confirmed the
Businessman and Chivi Rural District Council Chairperson, Killer Zivhu, says he has no beef with Norton Member of Parliament, Temba Mliswa, but instead wants the law maker to assist him recover $1.5 million which his private property development company, meant for residents lost to a
Zimbabwe needs to shift from depending on external support for Tuberculosis (TB) treatment and prevention programmes and come up with home grown solutions, Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa has said.
Speaking during the World TB Day commemorations held at Selukwe Primary School
Government and the World Food Program on Monday launched a five-year plan to build resilience, end hunger and boost nutrition in the country amid calls for a shift from short-term food assistance to longer-term technical assistance for Zimbabwe as means of building sustainable systems to
Minister of Public Service, Labor and Social Welfare, Prisca Mupfumira has dismissed reports of partisan distribution of food saying it is government's duty to cater for its citizens regardless of political background.
Responding to questions during a donation of 12 000 metric tons of rice by