‘It is a dawn of a new era’ as some Zimbabweans would say, with the country now under new leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. In trying to breakdown tenets, styles and leadership that Zimbabwe needs, our 263Chat Lifestyle reporter Lemuel Chekai (LC) had a question
Maud Chifamba is the youngest Zimbabwean to enrol at the University of Zimbabwe at age 14. As we commemorate the 16 days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence, 263Chat will profile 16 most influential women in Zimbabwe. The focus will be on their achievements and
In a move likely to be met with public condemnation, the Zimbabwe Defense Forces (ZDF) and the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) will with immediate effect conduct joint patrols aimed at maintaining and preserving peace in the country.
Addressing joint press statement in the capital today (Monday
Just as they distribute commodities and knowledge to all classes of people and income levels, informal markets in developing countries continue to play a central role in redistributing wealth. African economies have traditionally been characterized and driven by community knowledge sharing and individual innovation. While
Reduced irrigation as a result of low dam levels in the 2017/18 season saw sugar production for the six months ending 30 September tumble to 140 174 tons compared to 155 522 tons for the same period last, a decrease of 10%, according to Hippo
In the last few days Zimbabwe has been very popular and words like “asante sana” have been significantly trending. And while everyone has been fixated on the political landscape some may not have noticed the subtle shift in media consumption. Riding on the love for
The newly appointed Zimbabwean President, Emmerson Mnangagwa has poured cold water on a coalition government with opposition parties promising to deliver a credible free and fair elections next year.
Mnangagwa was addressing thousands of people who thronged the National Sports Stadium to witness his inauguration ceremony
Self-exiled Minister of Local Government and member of the G40 Cabal, Saviour Kasukuwere has probably left the country amid concerns over his personal security. This is after several gunshots were fired at his luxurious Glen Lorne residence on the wee hours of Wednesday morning soon
Zimbabwe Stock exchange listed company Meikles limited revenue for the half year ended 30 September 2017 was up by 12% to US$254.0 million from US$225.9 million in the previous year.
According to the group executive chairman John Moxon, profit before tax from continuing operations was US$5.4 million
The international community has joined Zimbabwe in cerebrating a historic moment in which the country witnessed the swearing in of Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa as new President after 37 years of Robert Mugabe's oppressive reign.
Many have expressed optimism over Zimbabwe's fortunes, with global leaders pledging support