Church leaders have called for peaceful, free and fair elections pleading with the christian community and the nation at large to go out and vote in numbers.
Addressing a press conference in Harare on Thursday, Zimbabwe Divine Destine leader, Bishop Ancelimo Magaya said there is need
Zim PF breakaway party, the National People’s Party (NPP) led by former Vice President, Dr Joyce Mujuru boycotted yesterday’s National Electoral Reform Agenda (NERA) demonstration accusing the organisers of using them to get funding which in turn is pocketed by a few.
NPP, says its members
Mutare- Tourism players in Manicaland have called for Zimbabwe to market itself as a total tourism package to reap on its diversity and not sell isolated popular sites across the country hospitality.
At their meeting at La Rochelle in Penhalonga recently, tourism players said the absence of
United States government has vowed to stand with the people of Zimbabwe in fighting Tuberculosis ahead of the World Tuberculosis (TB) Day commemorated on March 24 every year.
Through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and Centre for Disease Control (CDC), the United States has
Zimbabwe's biggest arts festival, Harare International Festival of Arts is back after a one year absence with the organizers promising new and exciting activities, cementing its position as the country's premier arts fiesta.
By Munashe Chokodza
Addressing a press conference in Harare on Wednesday, HIFA Executive Director,
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has expressed dismay over the continued engagement of Wellcash Debt Collectors by the City of Harare despite a directive by the Mayor, Bernard Manyenyeni to suspend their contract.
In a statement released on Wednesday CHRA said despite a directive from
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Opposition parties subscribing to the National Elections Reform Agenda on Wednesday took turns to endorse the candidature of Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai in a major vote of confidence to the envisaged coalition ahead of the 2018 watershed elections
Parties that attended the NERA
Cricket Scotland announced on Wednesday (March 22) that they would host Zimbabwe in two One-Day Internationals in Edinburgh in June this year.
Following the Intercontinental Cup match with Namibia in Ayr from June 6 to 9 and the two 50-over World Cricket League clashes with the
Harare Metropolitan Eagles – 254 for 5 in 72.2 overs (Joylord Gumbie 77, Tino Mutombodzi 45*, Sikandar Raza 37, Regis Chakabva 37; John Nyumbu 3/52, Steve Chimhamhiwa 2/33)
Bulawayo Metropolitan Tuskers
Stumps – Day 1
Harare Metropolitan Eagles enjoyed a good batting day at Harare Sports Club