Our hosts Lovejoy Mutongwiza recently hosted Tawanda Chimhini, director of the Election Resource Center on the program: Youths and The Road to 2018 to discuss on various areas which Zimbabwe can learn from Kenya's ongoing controversial election.
Chimhini highlighted that Zimbabwe needs to adopt technology at
One of the major reasons contributing to slower and poor performance of most computers is a full Hard Drive which leaves a machine with little space to run algorithms freely. Within the Hard Drive, in most cases there are duplicate files which occupy a lot
The power of optical illusions has been put to good use on London roads and the brain behind this innovative concept is Zimbabwean born Civil Engineer Urayayi Muvuti.
By Tidi Kwidini
Muvuti, who lead the development stages of the scheme when he worked for Transport for London
Following the suspension of Intercity Rugby League (ICL) by Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU), Mutare Sports Club is struggling to keep its team intact with players beginning to show signs of de-motivation for lack of playing opportunities.
ICL games were suspended just before the first round ended due
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The KIRF team comes back after a week off with a brand new show with brand new music and brand new rappers. In the news, Brian and Mimiekay talk about the Cassper Nyovest show and the back lash from rappers in Zim
Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) on Thursday launched a book titled Towards Democratic Developmental States in Southern Africa which is expected to contribute to ongoing debates on democratic developmental states in Southern Africa.
The book provides hope and inspiration to Southern African countries that
Its Harare derby again. The game that divides the city is here again and on Sunday, the Capital city will be painted in green and blue as football fans flock the National Sports Stadium to cheer their teams.
263Chat reporter, Munashe Chokodza interviewed fans from both
Leading stationery retailer, First Pack on Friday launched a back to school promotion in which learners who buy products from their stores will win a starter pack with an assortment of school necessities.
Speaking at the launch of the back to school promotion which will run
Cabinet Ministers Sydney Tigere Sekeramayi and David Parirenyatwa are demanding $20 000 each from Zanu PF supporter Energy Mutodi in defamation damages following a Facebook post published by the former on his face book page.
Their lawyer, Dzikamai Machingura of Machingura Legal Practitioners, claims in the
President Robert Mugabe has said his Vice President, Emmerson Mnangagwa was lucky to live another day after his alleged poisoning incident at the party's Gwanda rally.
Addressing thousands of party supporters in Gweru during the seventh Presidential Youth Interface, Mugabe poured cold water on allegations of