Content hosted by iono.fm
Henry and Chris have a succinct look at Zimbabwe's new cabinet. The pros , the cons the wins the loses the technocrats and the dead wood. They also tackle the opposition and their prospects, as well as a brief look at the
The African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) will today launch a Regional Intellectual Property (IP) database. The centralized database with published IP titles from the ARIPO Member States will not only be accessible online but will be free for all.
The IP Database is designed to
Next year 2.4 million rural Zimbabweans are projected to be food insecure during the lean season from January through March. It is likely that Zimbabwe will experience another El Niño which could result in below-average rains in the coming year. For many farmers, recurrent droughts
Zimbabwe can improve tourism arrivals if the government transform Air Zimbabwe into a competent entity that can compete with any other carrier, Vice President General Constantino Chiwenga has said.
By Farai Shawn Matiashe in Bulawayo
The Vice President was addressing the gathering at the official opening of
ZB Financial Holdings has today made a donation of laptops, desktops and printers to St Giles Medical Institution and Albino Trust as part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.
Speaking at the handover ceremony, the group Chief Executive Officer, Ron Mutangagayi said "As a business a
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has today appointed a 20 member cabinet with some significant new faces while party heavyweights including Obert Mpofu, Patrick Chinamasa and Simon Khaya Moyo among others fell by the wayside.
Current Zimbabwe National Cricket Captain, Hamilton Masakadza last week headlined the grassroots stragglers cricket week festival held at St Georges sponsored by Stanbic Bank.
Masakadza together with other cricket players took time from their training camp with the senior side to sign autographs and encourage youngsters on
Self exiled former cabinet minister Professor Jonathan Moyo has distanced self from the much hated legislation Public Order and Security Act (POSA) instead has implicated ZIPRA Supremo and ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa and the late Vice President John Nkomo as the figures behind the procurement
Right legs were high on Twitter yesterday in imitation to "Svoto" cover photo as Ammartians (Ammara Brown's fans), fellow musicians and celebrities helped the barefoot goddess, Ammara Brown celebrate her 30th birthday.
Though raising his right leg straight up to make a 180 degrees stunt would
Content hosted by iono.fm
We are back! We caught up with Anoziva Marindire, founder of "Girls Speak" She shared what her organisation is all about with us and how it has helped young girls harness life skills. We spoke about her trip to New York under