As some people meet in Bulawayo today, at the trade fair grounds - under the pretext of praying for the nation - it is of paramount importance that we, as Christians, be very weary of being used by politicians for their shallow narrow selfish political
As the festive mood grips the nation, there is a feeling among most Zimbabweans that the 2018 Christmas will be dull. Economic woes headlined by cash shortages, fuel shortages, multi-tier pricing and price hikes for basic goods and services are rapidly pushing the majority of
The impasse between Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Monica Mutsvangwa and her deputy Energy Mutodi rages on with latter this afternoon revealing that his senior wants him expelled from the ministry and replaced with his boss’s unnamed loyalist.
Edward Ademolu, University of Manchester
The afterglow of France winning the 2018 World Cup tournament on July 15 should be gone by now. But the arguments over France’s 23-man squad, with as many as 15 players with African roots, rage on. The victory has ignited social
Leading mobile network operator Econet Wireless Zimbabwe has maintained a steady market dominance on the domestic frontier after stretching its market share to 65.9% in the third quarter of 2018.
According to the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) third quarter report, Econet Wireless
In a wide disapproval of the government’s approach to settle the impasse it has with the junior doctors who downed tools since December 1, the public has described as militant and madness the move by the government to suspend the medical personnel.
The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association has come all gun blazing at the Minister of Health and Child Care Dr Obadiah Moyo and his deputy Dr John Mangwiro for misleading Acting President Retired General Constantino Chiwenga over the badges of the 550 suspended junior doctors and
Zimbabwe's largest tyre and tube retailer, National Tyre Services Limited has not been spared by the recent inflationary pressures which has resulted in suppressed sales and erratic supply due to foreign currency shortages.
According to the group chairperson James Moyo, the rise in inflation has affected their consumers' living standards
Zimbabwe's Postal and Courier volumes continue to decline after the country recorded an 8.5% decline in sector revenues from the $9million recorded in the second quarter of 2018 down to $8.2million realized in the third quarter of the year as published by the Postal and
Liquid Telecom South Africa, a division of the pan-African Liquid Telecom Group has announced its plans to roll out an extensive 4G network across South Africa. The multi-billion rand project which will see the operator anchoring all the region's roaming services under its wholesale carrier