Food manufacturer, Innscor Africa Ltd has marginally slashed price of its bakers inn bread on account of a slight drop in price of flour thanks to government subsidized wheat to local millers, 263Chat Business can reveal.
The company has since reduced its wholesale price from $
Forgotten Jazz artist, Victor Kunonga will bring to an end a five-year hiatus with the release of his fifth album titled "Ndatsva" tomorrow at Hellenic Cultural Centre.
Addressing media earlier today in the capital, the "Maidarirei" singer highlighted that he has been working on the album
Romance makes the world go crazy, has it ever occurred to you that the statement "I love you", is a promise. In the world of branding, that is what we call a brand promise.
A brand promise is giving assurance and one would rely on the
The deputy information minister wrote on his twitter handle that if the doctors continue with their strike they will be fired and there is not going to be re-hiring again
A local innovation center, Science and Advanced Global Innovation Technologies (SAGIT) has come up with a digital platform, the Atlas Convention, which will integrate innovators from the local tertiary institutions with industry players in a quest to modernize the country’s predominantly antiquated industrial base.
Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe (UMP) District Medical Officer Dr Pikirai Mazanhi has called on the government and other stakeholders to intensify Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) to effectively address the malaria pandemic that reoccurs in the district every year.
UMP, located in the Mashonaland East province, is a
Former cabinet, exiled minister Saviour Kasukuwere won a court battle after High Court judge Justice Benjamin Chikowero trashed Prosecutor General (PG) Kumbirai Hodzi's application seeking to bar the former from getting title deeds of his Mutare holiday home which was held as surety after he
Zimbabwe is sitting on a stockpile of ivory and rhino horns worth US$600 million which when sold, can generate the much needed foreign currency for the country.
However, an ivory and rhino horn trade ban, enforced by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES)
Hamilton Masakadza has been appointed Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s director of cricket, a newly created role designed to transform the game both on and off the field.
The 36-year-old former Zimbabwe captain will be responsible for defining policy, strategy and programmes of “best practice” throughout all aspects
Finance and Economic Development Minister, Mthuli Ncube will once again hog limelight next week when he presents the 2020 national budget amid high expectations to mend a broken economy and fix government books off-balance.
Zimbabwe’s economy is at crossroads and more so the finance minister who