The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has urged all countries in the region and beyond to sign and ratify the International convention on the protection of the rights of all migrant workers and members of their families saying only one-fourth of United Nations member states
Award winning Zimbabwean Acappella group, Shower Power will this weekend celebrate their 25th anniversary in style, with a free concert and a double album launch at the Harare International Conference Center (HICC).
The two albums will be under the title 'Salting The Earth Through Song' with
Market leaders in the mobile telecommunications sector, Econet Wireless has widened its gap with major competitors, NetOne and Telecel after recording a 1.5% increase in subscribers, according to the recently released POTRAZ 3rd Quarter Sector Performance report.
The report shows that Econet gained 51.7% market share
If you want to know government’s priorities, don’t be swayed by eloquent speeches from politicians, take a close look at the budget. Plans on how government intends to generate, allocate and spend public revenue in a manner that can hurt or protect the poor are
Former vice President, Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party (NPP) has been hit by infighting between party members amid concerns by the youth wing that members are being purged at the instigation of the old guard.
In a petition to their leader, Mujuru, the party’s youth wing
A telecom industry report this week revealed that Econet Wireless Zimbabwe had the highest Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) of $8,57 between July and September this year, ahead of its main industry rivals Telecel, whose ARPU was $2.63, and NetOne, whose ARPU was $1.86 in
The Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe has revealed that profitability in the gold industry improved in 2017 to around US$254 per ounce as compared to US$235 recorded in 2016.
According to the 2017 State of the Mining Industry survey report, about 70% of gold producers recorded
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 the contribution they have or are making to uplift society and the country at large. However
Losing candidate in the 2013 Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) presidential elections, Trevor Carelse Juul has lamented the poor administration of local football saying its time to have football people at the helm.
By Leopold Munhende
Juul was speaking during the launch of JMShortCat Foundation, owned by United
Acting Highfield District Officer, Dr Michael Vera has confirmed that cases of typhoid have gone down, with at least 10 people being admitted per day down from the 50 recorded in October when the first outbreak was reported.
Vera told 263Chat on the sidelines of a typhoid