Econet founder Strive Masiyiwa says he does not personally own Econet, but is simply the largest single shareholder of the listed entity with tens of thousands of other shareholders.
Writing on his popular Facebook blog, Masiyiwa explains why some people struggle to see a business beyond
Despite getting a 60 percent salary increase, have alerted government of their plan to embark on an industrial action starting from the 3rd of September saying delays by the Health Service Board to review their salaries has rendered them incapacitated.
The strike mainly focuses on the
Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has engaged a South African based trade financier, Goldstone International to supply wheat ahead of the festive season, 263Chat Business can reveal.
The initial deal is expected to see the South African based supplier bring 120 000 tonnes with leeway
The Ministry of Health and Child Care noted that children ( 0-14) and adolescents are always left behind in terms of HIV prevention and treatment in Zimbabwe.
Addressing an International AIDS Society meeting, Dr Owen Mugurungi said children and adolescents are easily left behind with the
High Court Judge Justice Jacob Manzunzu granted bail pending appeal of ZWL$1000 to opposition MDC activist, Paddington Japajapa after he had rot in Chikurubi Maximum Prison for nearly two months
Tariro Mlambo (36) was eight months pregnant; discomfort became a daily routine for her. It kept increasing and she could not sleep as it became unbearable prompting her husband to take her to hospital.
By Rutendo Bamu
At the hospital, Mlambo was told the discomforts were a
Power production at the Hwange plant is expected to yield an additional 80 Megawatts into the national grid starting this morning, as efforts are being made to mitigate the current energy crisis, Energy Minister Fortune Chasi has said.
Zimbabwe has for the past four to five
A Zimbabwean woman who participated in a protests that saw Foreign Affair Minister Sibusiso Moyo humiliated by the diaspora community in the United Kingdom has expressed concern over the security situation in the country amid the heightening cases of abductions and torture of political activists.
CIVIL Society Organization, Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) has reaffirmed as ‘malicious’ and ‘unfortunate’ state media reports that were carried a couple of weeks ago alleging that the non-governmental organization was training young people in Tanzania for banditry activities ahead of the Head
There is an exciting opportunity to help conserve Zimbabwe’s wildlife by supporting the Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit’s (VFAPU) annual fundraising golf day to be held in Harare on September 20.
While the field is filling fast, there is still space for more teams to enter, as