The country seems to be swiftly sliding into a recession as the country is entering the last half of the year and warm up for the re-introduction of the Zimbabwean dollar, a local economist has said
As the country enters the last half of the year and warms up to the re-introduction of the Zimbabwean Dollar, it is now evident that the economy is swiftly sliding into a recession. In 2018, the economy grew by an estimated 4%, driven by growth
As Kastep Kenyasha album launch draws closer, popular Harare prophet and founder of the Goodness and Mercy Ministries Tapiwa Freddy, affectionately known as Prophet T Freddy says he feels he might have underestimated his musical prowess.
Freddy has attracted overwhelming attention on his forthcoming album launch
Opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) National Youth Assembly Chairperson Tererai Obey Sithole was Monday afternoon involved in a traffic accident in Norton, 40 kilometers outside of Harare.
Sithole, who was in the company of four other youth league members, told 263Chat that the vehicle he
Today marked the 20th Anniversary since the passing on of one of Zimbabwe’s founding fathers, the late Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo, who succumbed to cancer on the first of July 1999.
Mdalawethu, as he was affectionately known, led the political outfit, Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU)
The recently formed political party, LEAD leader, Linda Masarira has vowed to fight hard against corruption and restore order into the country amid economic chaos
Zimbabwe AIDS Network (ZAN) has petitioned the government over the shortage of Antiretroviral drugs in the country.
This comes after the failure by the Reserve Bank Zimbabwe (RBZ) to release money that was set aside by the Global Fund to finance ARV Supply.
In a telephone interview
A Rushinga man is under prosecution after he allegedly questioned some ruling ZANU PF party sympathisers’ support for President Emmerson Mnangagwa at a time when he stands accused of presiding over the collapse of the economy.
38 year-old Morgan Muchemwa of Rushinga in Mashonaland Central province
Zimbabwe is on a journey. A marathon. Indeed, sometimes it feels more of a steeplechase. As although the journey has just begun, we have faced a multitude of challenges to overcome already. This was not unexpected. And as responsible economists, you must always prepare to
UK-based Prize Competition Operator; Lily Black, announces the launch of its weekly “Dream Car Plus USD 20k Cash” prize competition; Super Cool Stuff which goes to market with an Africa first strategy.
The launch of the service coincides with the start of the 2019 AFCON Tournament.