The inclusion of ex-Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) MP, Gabriel Chaibva in the recently sworn Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has been met with disdain by the party's youth wing.
In a statement released today by MDC Youth Assembly National Spokesperson, Stephen Sarkozy Chuma, questioned Chaibva's character
Civil Servants’ highest representative body, the Apex Council, this afternoon staged a demonstration in Harare Central Business District (CBD) over depreciating salaries and harsh working conditions, petitioning the ministers of Finance and Labour.
The mass action comes after a series of rescheduling of the crunch meetings
28 year old Beni Beaven's dream of driving was shattered yesterday after Harare magistrate Yeukai Chigodora sealed his fate after he was fouynd guilt of driving in the opposite wrong lane during peak hour.Magistrate Chigodora convicted Beven of charges reckless driving
President Mnangagwa's special prosecuting unit which he established to improve efficiency in the fight against all forms of graft and to strengthen the effectiveness of national mechanisms for the prevention of corruption was yesterday lashed for not taking corruption cases in the courts seriously
Zimbabwe's mobile network connectivity was in a bad state over the last weekend, with callers and the transacting public reporting challenges in making calls and getting mobile money transactions to go through.
The disruptive service unavailability comes at a time mobile money services are playing a
The Super Cool Stuff’s spot-the-ball promotion which will see winners walking away with a brand new Range Rover Sport car and US$20 000 is fast gathering momentum ahead of its launch on the 26 July and ending on the 2nd of August, 263Chat Business can
From left: Judith Zivuku (in Blue t-shirt) and gogo Mutasa keeping guard of the fish eagles at the cooperatives two fish ponds in Masvingo.
Looking at the way Judith Zivuku (32), son Tinashe (4), gogo Mutasa (68) and grandson Tapiwa (3), sat shelling groundnuts, one would
Prince Edward of Harare boys and Mpopoma High school girls of Bulawayo emerged victors in this year's edition of the Copa Coca Cola football tournament that was held in Kadoma over the weekend.
Both schools won the tournament foe the first time in the history of
Youths living in Chiadzwa have called on the government to cancel special mining grants on alluvial diamonds and instead reserve them for local communities.
By Donald Nyarota
Speaking under the banner of Amalgamated Chiadzwa Development Communities Trust (ACDCT), the youths said the government should halt new