Government of Zimbabwe has taken over the procurement of the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) kits from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in a development that has will likely threaten the credibility of 2018 elections.
Addressing journalists in Harare on Wednesday, Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) Chairperson Rita Makarau
In the world of entrepreneurship, there is no place to hide. Where the corporate world might have allowed you the cover of a jacket and tie, a shiny pair of shoes, and an impressive title, entrepreneurship strips you naked, and leaves you with nothing but
As the country gears up for the highly anticipated 2018 elections, there is no joy for Zimbabweans in the diaspora after Zimbabwe Electoral Commission says only a constitutional amendment will guarantee their right to vote.
Addressing a media engagement in the capital on Wednesday, ZEC Chairperson
Zimbabwe’s gospel music industry will on Saturday register a new artist in Lucia Zimunya who is set to release her debut album at the Harare International Conference Centre.
By Munashe Chokodza
Zimunya whose stage name is Mai Zimunya is confident that her album titled Ndiri Mukundi will
National Vendors Union of Zimbabwe (Navuz) chairperson, Stan Zvorwadza has lashed out at police officers whom he said are in the habit of attacking defenseless vendors under the guise of restoring sanity in the Central Business District.
Speaking to 263Chat, Zvorwadza said police should stop using force
Zanu PF is expected to discuss and come up with an election road-map at its first Politburo meeting of the year currently underway at the party headquarters in Harare.
The party’s First Secretary, President Robert Mugabe, is expected, among other items on the agenda, to talk
Uncapped starlet Richard Ngarava has been included in Zimbabwe’s squad for the five-match one-day international series against Afghanistan in Harare, starting this Thursday.
The 19-year-old left-arm seamer, who impressed at the 2016 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh, only made his List A debut for
Three Zanu PF youths who assaulted members of Transform Zimbabwe during a clean up campaign in Chitungwiza were yesterday arrested in Chitungwiza appeared in court on Wednesday, though their case could not be heard as the state is still processing medical affidavits.
According to Transform Zimbabwe,
Brenda Wingfield, University of Pretoria
University students in very different countries – South Africa, England and the US – argue that it’s time to decolonise higher education. What does this mean? What would acquiescing to the students’ push mean for research, science and academic collaboration?
Preparations for the 2018 harmonized elections could be plunged into crisis due to under-funding of Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) by the treasury, electoral watchdog, Elections Resource Centre has said.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) submitted its budget proposal of over US$60 million to the Parliament of Zimbabwe