Government pronouncements that separated nostro foreign currency from Retail Time Gross Settlements has resulted in high demand for equities on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange as investors unwound RTGS balances for securities, a stock broker has revealed.
According to EFE Securities, the primary All Share Index was up
Leading Pan-African telecommunications company, Liquid Telecom has joined the fight against cholera through partnering city of Harare to refurbish water and sewer infrastructure in the high density suburb of Glen Norah.
The project is funded to the tune of $1.5 million.
Liquid Telecom officials in the company
Following the announcement on gate fee changes to the critical match tonight between Zimbabwe Warriors and Leopards of Democratic Republic of Congo at National Sports Stadium, football lovers have expressed mixed feelings on the astounding move by Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA).
ZIFA has pegged five dollars
People living with disabilities have expressed concern over government's reluctance on implementing policies and promises that were made to the electorate.
This was said at a media briefing held by disability activists and Deaf Women Included in Harare today, where they were petitioning the government to
What started off as a social media joke for the Warriors, turned into reality as they were each, given a box of 12, two-liter cooking oil bottles at the National Sports Stadium yesterday
As the economic crisis reaches a new crescendo as characterized by price hike and shortages with new unpopular raft financial reforms coming into effect from Saturday, 263Chat visited Masvingo town to establish the experiences the South Eastern Zimbabwean people hold.
Zimbabwe is losing substantial amounts of foreign currency reserves to foreign building contractors, allocated local project tenders in process siphoning money out of the country, Zimbabwe Building Contractors Association (ZBCA) president Engineer Ransom Nherera has revealed.
Speaking during for a Midlands Region business dinner in Gweru last Friday,
The Warriors need nothing short of a victory tonight and they could be on their way to Cameroon next year for the AFCON Championship.
Ministry of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprise Development has called on government to empower rural women as they still face challenges in accessing markets, capital and appropriate technology.
Addressing the media today in Harare on the International Day of Rural Women, Women Affairs Minister
UZ Wolves were near perfect with 11 points out of 12 with vital wins against CUT, Black Rhinos, NABA and Highlanders. Wolves now have an upper hand in the title race with a comfortable 3 point gap at the top.