Gogo Elizabeth Chikoro is a 65 year old widow.
Like many other impoverished Zimbabweans who are reeling from the effects of a failed economy, Gogo Chikoro is struggling to make ends meet.
Her plight has been worsened by the fact that she risks having her property attached
The United States Government has provided an additional US$4 million in response to drought affected areas in Zimbabwe, targeting people living with HIV in the most severely affected areas of the country, 263 Chat has learnt.
This funding brings the total U.S. support to alleviate the
Transform Zimbabwe has lined up nationwide clean-up campaigns dubbed “Keep the city clean, stop blaming start acting" in response to a recent typhoid outbreak that hit parts of Harare and other towns leaving two people dead.
Addressing Chitungwiza residents before a clean up campaign on Saturday,
Rugby fanatics were in for treaty on Saturday as Zimbabwe played host to four South African rugby giants in a pre-season tournament held at National Sports Stadium.
The Old Mutual Super weekend saw reigning South African champions, Fly Emirates Lions,DHL Stormers, Vodacom Blue Bulls and the
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia- Zimbabwe’s Deputy Attorney General, Florence Ziyambi has just been re-elected to the Vice Chairperson post at the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption.
The African Union Advisory Board on Corruption, an autonomous organ established to champion Africa’s fight against corruption was ratified by 34
The recent early exit by the Zimbabwe senior national soccer team, the Warriors at the Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON has been taken by some sections of the society with a bit of radicalism as the nation expected a better campaign by the boys in
ADDIS ABABA- Zimbabwe has blown an opportunity to benefit from African Union drought relief fund after failing to honor its financial commitment with the African Risk Capacity (ARC) despite signing a Memorandum of Understanding, 263Chat has learnt.
Addressing a press conference on the sidelines of the
Entries are now being accepted for the DStv Ngoma Awards, the annual competition for Zimbabwe's advertising communications industry.
The current competition focuses on advertising that was created and produced during 2016 and awards will be presented at a gala event in Harare on Saturday April 8.
Winners of the national stage of the 2016 DStv Eutelsat Star Awards competition have been named, with students from schools in Harare, Mutare, Bulawayo and Chishawasha winning accolades for their entries in the poster and essay sections of the competition.
Liz Dziva, publicity and public relations
Members of the Kairos Community Church International (KCCI) have combined with former Zimpraise members to form a new gospel choir named Kairos Praise Choir.
By Munashe Chokodza
The new 55 member choir, already working on launching a debut live DVD was formed by Barbra Tigere, Apostle Charles