Sites of silted streams, birds chirping and livestock grazing welcome one when negotiating the rugged terrains of Umzingwane district. One is guaranteed the aura of cow dung scent and the bleating sound of goats at almost every homestead for livestock is a status symbol in
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has come under fire over inefficiencies in the operations of the inter-bank foreign exchange market arising from alleged manipulation of the exchange rates by the Central Bank, 263Chat Business can report.
The inter-bank market was established last year to create a
MUTARE -Seven civic organizations operating in Southern Africa have gathered Cyclone Idai survivors, community representatives, government and civil society organizations (CSOs) from Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Zambia to discuss disaster preparedness in the context of climate change, climate resilience and climate vulnerability in Southern Africa.
Tertiary education student representative councils from across the country have bemoaned the recent tuition fee increment by the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary education saying it has forced students out of colleges with some engaging in immoral activities.
Presenting oral evidence before the Daniel Molokele chaired
Newly appointed Zimbabwe National Soccer team coach Zdravko Logarusic has named a 28-man provisional squad for the 2020 African Nations Championship (CHAN) finals set for 4 – 25 April in Cameroon.
The Warriors who will play back to back Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers this month
Magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti has cornered the state to investigate suspected rights abuses of 12 opposition supporters who were Chitungwiza over the weekend following violent clashes between police and residents.
The 12 who include MDC Youth Assembly Spokesperson Stephen Chuma among others appeared before Chitungwiza magistrates court
The government has allayed fears of coronavirus the country by announcing that the recently quarantined traveller from Hunan province has been tested positive.
In a tweet posted this morning, Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services advised the nation to remain calm as the traveller who
Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) has suspended listed gold mining and exploration company, Falcon Gold Zimbabwe Limited from trading of its shares pending publication of audited financial results as the company seeks delisting from the local bourse.
The suspension came at the behest of the company.
In a suspected case of typhoid outbreak, Gweru City Council has confirmed two deaths as a result of the water borne disease.
In an interview, City Council Spokesperson, Vimbai Chingwaramutse confirmed that two people from Mkoba Infill had died from diarrhea.
"We received information through our Weekly