UK based financial services company Express Links Money Transfer is backing Zimfest Live as the headline partner this year and also launching a promotional competition with prizes for people to be announced at the cultural and arts festival on Saturday 3rdAugust at Colesdale Farm Enfield
University of Zimbabwe law lecturer Professor Lovemore Madhuku has castigated the recently gazetted Marriages Act as conflicted and a half-baked piece of legislation.
By Marshall Bwanya
Speaking at the Women's Parliamentary Caucus meeting in Harare yesterday, Professor Madhuku said the bill presented new half-baked statutes that produced
Nic Cheeseman, University of Birmingham
There is growing concern about the potential for the message and media sharing platform WhatsApp to undermine democracy in a number of countries across the world including Brazil and India.
Because WhatsApp is encrypted – and so offers users far greater protection
All is set for Mbare bred Zimdancehall chanter, Tawanda "Seh Calaz" Mumanyi's birthday bash at Stodart Netball Complex on Saturday.
The gig will be graced by a hot Zimdancehall lineup inclusive of Killer T, Freeman, Baba Harare and Peter Moyo.
Calaz will also use the gig to
The state has finally given up on securing former Foreign Affairs minister Walter Mzembi who has been on the run since last year after given his passport back for medical attention in the neighboring South Africa
The Zimbabwe National Youth and Games that were originally set to begin on Sunday in Gweru began in earnest yesterday (Monday) after a day’s delay to allow polishing up of administrative issues.
The games, which are expected to last the next two weeks in the Midlands
The ruling Zanu PF is speeding up training of its members on how to construct and operationalize home-made ovens across the country in a bid to empower and build community resilience in the face of ongoing bread shortages, the party's Deputy Youth League Secretary Lewis
MUTARE- Zimbabwe is set to receive a USD$100 000 grant following its admission to a United Nations Southern Africa learning programme which seeks to mainstream climate change in education, Lands and agriculture minister Perrence Shiri has said.
By Donald Nyarota
As part of admission in the