[caption id="attachment_39513" align="alignnone" width="3447"] One of the gates to the ZUPCO Belvedere garage[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_39512" align="alignnone" width="3356"] ZUPCO coaches imported from China. Most of them have not been working.[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_39510" align="alignnone" width="3456"] A ZUPCO bus without wheels. Picture by Munashe Chokodza.[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_39509" align="alignnone" width="3456"] Some ZUPCO
Zimbabwe’s history breaker as the first youngest female parliamentarian for Harare West Joanah Mamombe has today insisted with the MDC President Nelson Chamisa’s dialogue template saying until negotiations are put in place between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Chamisa, Zimbabwe’s economic development prospects remain a pie
The price of bread is set to go up again as bakeries struggle against constant rise in price of inputs, 263Chat can reveal.
According to a leaked letter from Lobels Bread Regional Sales Manager, Zenzo Malunga to OK Zimbabwe, with effect from tomorrow, a standard loaf
There was drama at Harare Magistrates Court yesterday after a couple who had come for a wedding engaged in running battles following an alleged misunderstanding over use of different signatures on the court book and marriage certificate by the groom.
The fracas witnessed by 263Chat saw
Chief Executive Officers under the banner of CEO Africa Round table have condemned government decision to lift an earlier ban on importation of basic commodities saying the move will result in loss of employment and subject locally produced goods to unfair competition.
In an interview with
Renowned preacher Paul Sanyangore has revealed that he is not in Indonesia to save souls only but also to 'preach' to investors that Zimbabwe is open for business.
Harare City Mayor, Councillor Herbert Gomba could by now be an unpopular figure at Town House following his decision to throw away councillors demands for Ipads on the grounds that it is not a priority.
According to a story published in the Newsday today, Harare City
Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr Obadiah Moyo has called on retailers and wholesalers in the medical field to normalise the ongoing shortages of drugs by accepting bond notes and RTGS payment.
By Lisa Tazviinga
The health sector is currently battling to stay afloat due to
Rolls out convenient, App-based Uber-type transport service
Embarks on massive driver recruitment campaign