With elections barely 18 months away, Binga people have added their voice to the calls for a coalition of opposition parties to increase chances of defeating Zanu PF in the 2018 plebiscite, the Tsvangirai led Movement for Democratic Change has claimed.
The Party's spokesperson, Obert Gutu
WASHINGTON, January 24, 2017— The World Bank is forecasting strong gains for industrial commodities such as energy and metals in 2017, due to tightening supply and strengthening demand.
In its January 2017 Commodity Markets Outlook, the World Bank is holding steady its crude oil price forecast
Zimbabwe Cricket has partnered Cricket South Africa in a major development that will see the chevrons benefiting from their neighbor's advanced systems and good corporate governance practices.
In a closed door meeting held in Harare on Saturday, the two boards agreed that, after feeding back
Following its decision beginning of January to evict vendors from the streets, the Harare council is now engaged in a battle with thousands of poor people who make a living by selling second hand clothes, sweets, airtime, and vegetables on the capital’s congested street pavements.
Zimbabwe could soon benefit from a proposal by the Southern Africa Development Community to make all data costs within the region at par in order to foster Information Communications Technology development, an official has said.
Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of a two day Communication
Human Rights Watch has called on the government of Zimbabwe to put in place mechanisms that ensure all marriages are registered to protect the inheritance rights of widows.
In a report titled “You Will Get Nothing: Violations of Property and Inheritance Rights of Widows in Zimbabwe”,
So I came across this so called open letter to Jah Prayzah on social media some weeks ago. The well scribed piece had two definite effects on me. First, it re-affirmed to me that Jah’s work is cherished and thus people get concerned. Secondly it
A new organization, Global Business Innovations has set in motion plans that will see the diaspora community playing a key role towards Zimbabwe's economic development.
Global Business Innovations have set up an online market where Zimbabweans in the diaspora can purchase products from local producers in
Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) one of South Africa’s leading opposition parties has labelled Zanu PF members, cowards for failing to end President Robert Mugabe’s continued stay on power despite his incapacity to discharge his duties, 263Chat can reveal.
Malema who was