The government of Botswana has denied as unfounded media reports that it loaned US$600 million to Zimbabwe.
In a statement signed by the permanent secretary to the Botswanian president, Carter Morupisi the two countries are currently holding discussions under a framework of Bi-National Commission, the results of which to be made public at an advised time.
"The Office of the President
Norton member of parliament, Temba Mliswa has said he will conduct a land audit on beneficiaries of the land reform that was championed by former president Robert Mugabe and the ruling party ZANU PF.
Writing on his Twitter account today, Mliswa highlighted that the move is necessitated
A Gweru based charity organisation, Queen of Peace Rehabilitation Centre will this Friday embark on a 10 kilometres Sponsored Walk set to raise awareness on the existence of a rehabilitation centre in the Midlands as well as call for assistance on the construction of the
Every dog has its day, Delcy Daymar Rodriguez Guererro could not believe her lucky yesterday after regional magistrate Morgen Nemadire yesterday wholly suspended her sentence after being being found in possession of more than 5kg of cocaine valued at $469 000
The opposition MDC is set to challenge jail sentences that were given on its members after having been implicated and convicted in ugly protests that rocked the country mid-January 2019 describing the rulings as the worst Zimbabwe has ever witnessed since independence.
Government has through the enactment of the Companies and Business Entities Bill scrapped the indigenous policy, deemed unfavorable to foreign investors who are now able to set up operations without adhering to the 51-49 percent shareholding.
Through the new Companies and Business Entities Bill, foreign companies
The Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) boss, Hubert Chiwara has cleared controversial businessman Wicknell Chivhayo of any wrongdoing, telling the Harare Magistrate Court that the tender issued to Intratek was above board.
Chiwara testified that Chivayo's Intratek began work on the project site but failed to complete
Listed technology company Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe today launched Akello Edutech, a digital learning platform which offers education and learning resources for learners of all age groups - from primary school to post-graduate students.
Speaking at the launch of the platform in Harare, Cassava Smartech CEO Mr
Harare magistrate Francis Mapfumo will on the 1st of April make a ruling on jailed church leader, Robert Martin Gumbura and his nine accomplices' application of discharge at the end of the state's case following a full trial.
Gumbura and his co-accused are being accused of
Controversial prophet, Talent Madungwe has come out in defense of South African based pastor, Alph Lukau who is making waves on social media for stage managing the resurrection of a Zimbabwean man.
In an interview on Star FM, Madungwe said there is nothing out of the ordinary from the