WHO Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at Friday’s daily briefing that the death toll has passed the “tragic milestone”. He told the virtual press conference that Europe has become the epicentre of the outbreak and the continent has more cases and deaths than the rest
In March last year, Chimanimani and Chipinge areas were affected by Cyclone Idai. The tropical cyclone which was declared National disaster left hundreds of people dead while thousands were left homeless. One a year on, 263Chat visited the affected areas to assess the rebuilding efforts
In line with the month of March which is dedicated for women, Bigbass Entertainment has revealed that they are in the process of producing an exclusively female musicians' riddim to provide them a platform to air their adversities in the industry.
In an interview BigBass studio
Amnesty International has cited inadequate and dwindling financial support from the international community and the slow pace of government rebuilding efforts for the continued deplorable conditions the people of Chimanimani and Chipinge are still living under, one year after the cyclone idai hit Zimbabwe.
Zanu PF legislators Marko Raidza and Dexter Nduna today disrupted proceedings of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) meeting accusing the chairperson Tendai Biti's party MDC of refusing to recognize President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Following disruptions, Biti asked the press and Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission officials to leave the
A busy coronavirus day across the continent, three countries have recorded index cases of the disease. Ghana in West Africa, Gabon in Central Africa and Kenya in East Africa.
The Kenyan case is the first in East Africa. According to the Ministry of Health, the patient
Organisers of the Ikonic Chronicles concert set for 17 April in Harare are optimistic on the prospects of their blockbuster show proceeding as planned despite the scourge of coronavirus which has brought social and economic progressions to a standstill.
The concert set for Hellenic Sports Club
Tobacco farmers will yet again retain 50 percent of net sales in foreign currency in the upcoming selling season as government continues to strictly regulate foreign currency earnings distribution, 263Chat Business can report.
Last year tobacco growers called for a review of the 50 percent threshold
Organisers of the CEO Africa Roundtable (CEO ART) summit that was scheduled for the 18th to the 20th of March in Victoria Falls have postponed the event to a later date due to the Coronavirus outbreak currently wreaking havoc across the world, 263Chat can report.