The Zimbabwe International Election Observation Mission (ZIEOM) has disturbing remarks that public trust in the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission remains low due to the failure to open up democratic space.
Addressing journalists at the end of their five day visit to Zimbabwe, International Republican Institute (IRI) and
With a single point difference separating the two Harare teams on the latest Castle Lager log table, fading giants Dynamos and Harare City will square off for the precious three points at Rufaro tomorrow afternoon.
The once glamorous Harare giants, The Glamour Boys, whose coach Tonderai
Civic Society pressure group, Transparency International today staged a campaign against the bribery of Harare City Council officials on duty when they come for water disconnections. Instead, the pressure group, encouraged the residents in debts to approach local authority to negotiate for payment plans.
Local civic society groups have formed a task force to push for the alignment of laws to allow adolescents under the age of 16 to access reproductive health services free of charge.
According to the Children's Act, persons under the age of 18 can only access
Econet Wireless Zimbabwe (EWZ) has announced that its Chief Operating Officer, Mr Fayaz King, will be leaving the organisation at the end of September this year, to take up a new role at the United Nations.
Announcing the movement, Econet CEO Mr Douglas Mboweni commended Mr
The Zimbabwe National Youth and Paralympic Games (NYPG) set to commence this Sunday in Gweru hangs in the balance owing to serious food and fuel shortages with the organizing committees still making efforts to mobilise resources to avert the dire situation.
The state of preparedness for
By Vivid Gwede| The ruling party Zanu-PF’s manifesto and promises to turn around the economy have lost wheels and been overtaken by events as the economy deteriorates.
Following the disputed 2018 harmonised elections unfairly won by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, the manifestos of opposition parties have also
Zimbabwe People First Party (ZimFirst) says it has the potential to attract the much needed foreign direct investment and unlock development as the country continues to stutter in murky economic waters.
Addressing journalists in Harare, a ZimFirst representative who spoke on behalf of Dr Maxwell Shumba
Super Cool Stuff, the organizers of the spot the ball competition has expanded the brands for the ultimate car prize to over five different lines which the winner will have to choose from, 263Chat Business can reveal.
Initially, the winner was posed to take home a
Cleopas Govore, a Harare man who impersonated President Emerson Mnangagwa's son is likely to face attempted murder after he ran over a Harare resident Thulani Mpofu last week.
Govore appeared before Harare magistrate Yeukai Chigodora for violating the Traffic Act after he rammed into Thulani Mpofu's