Econet Media has won a court battle against the Broadcasting Association of Zimbabwe allowing the KweseTV to air its content in Zimbabwe. The victory comes at a time when BAZ had recently nullified KweseTV's partnership with Dr Dish to have its content accessible to the Zimbabwean
Prominent human rights activists Tawanda Mutasah will this year grace TheSpace 3rd Edition where he is expected to give a keynote address on ‘Challenging Power’. TheSpace 3rd edition is scheduled on September 15 at Harare Gardens, in the capital.
The London based lawyer, administrator and human
Epworth residents have approached lawyers seeking legal counsel to compel the Registrar General to allow them to replace lost identity documents free for them to register to vote in next year’s elections.
The residents said they were too poor to afford the $5 fee charged by
ONE of the three suspects on the police wanted list for externalising US$ 7,3 million dollars has appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court and charged with siphoning over US$1.2 million out of the country.
Farid Shahadat (45), the director of a gold mining and milling company, Yakuts
In the world of sport, the objective of every athlete is to win. However the plan to achieve this goal differs with the kind of discipline. For racers on the tracks, this objective is achieved individually; thus the rider puts to the fore the best
Climate change researchers and scientists said media practitioners have the inimitable capacity to help step up climate action through support and education, but their potential to amplify the climate change agenda still remains largely unexploited.
By Lazarus Sauti
Speaking at the Climate Change Workshop, systematised by the
Vendors operating in the Central Business District of Harare were left disappointed by the absence of popular South African socialite, Zodwa Wabantu from the street party procession saying her presence was going to make a big difference to their business operations.
In an interview with 263Chat, vendors
Japanese Ambassador, Toshiyuki Iwado has appealed for free and fair 2018 harmonized elections, saying his government is committed to supporting the hope of all Zimbabweans for an inclusive electoral process under peaceful and non-violent circumstances.
By Jeoffrey Ncube and Faith Zvorufura
Speaking during the handover of US$1 Million
Gweru Sports Club has been robbed of a young talented player, Denver ‘Kito’ Chidindi, who died in South Africa where he was advancing his rugby career and education in sports.
Chidindi is said to have succumbed to head seizures. He was 24.
Gweru Sports Club players and
Finance and Economic Minister Patrick Chinamasa has described the 2017 command wheat farming as a ‘success’ saying that the yield has exceeded expectations.
Chinamasa was speaking after touring the African Chrome Fields in Chenyika Ranch, Midlands Province where he commended winter wheat farmers for heeding government’s