Rising Bulawayo based producer and artiste Arthur Mumba who goes by the moniker Koko has released a saucy afro-reggaeton track titled High School.
By Marshall Bwanya
High school features upcoming vocalist Tinaash_XO who is set to release his debut project later this year.
Koko in the past has
Zimbabweans with access to free funds can now pay for goods and services in foreign currency, the Reserve Bank Of Zimbabwe has said.
Last year, In a bid to defend bond Notes, the government outlawed the use of the United States dollar and a host of other
Sakunda Holdings will begin taking delivery of its USD $3 million equipment and protective clothing to be used in fighting COVID 19 this Friday as it intensifies efforts to support Government in fighting the epidemic.
All equipment is expected to be in the country by April
Sweden based artiste Luckson Chikutu popularly known as Manluckerz has canceled scheduled gigs and private functions as the Coronavirus pandemic takes a toll on showbiz.
In an interview with 263Chat from his base in Sweden, Manluckerz confirmed cancelling lined up gigs due to the global pandemic
Authorities have charged a student leader for allegedly inciting some school children to protest against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government.
Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) members on Tuesday 24 March 2020 arrested and charged Takudzwa Ngadziore, the president of Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) with criminal nuisance as
Zimbabwe medical doctors have downed tools citing the unavailability of Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) needed to guard against the deadly Covid-19.
In a statement president of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association, Dr. Tawanda Zvakada said their grievance over PPE have not been met and they fear
Business was relatively slow in Harare Central Business District this Wednesday as turnout was visibly lower compared to normal week days as citizens are slowly taking precautions to avoid the spread of the dreadful coronavirus.
A survey by 263Chat Business revealed that despite most shops opening
A 41 year old miner (Stephen Chizola) at Mimosa Mine in Zvishavane died after sustaining serious injuries from a rock fall yesterday, 263Chat Business has learnt.
The fatal incident is the second at the mine in just 10 months following a similar incidence that claimed one
Zimbabwe National Army commander Ezdai Chimonyo recently announced it was the military's obligation to monitor social media trends to weed out unruly elements peddling misinformation, inciting violence and civil disobedience.
Yet the Constitution prescribes the police as custodians to investigate any alleged cyber-criminal activities by civilians.
My name is Godfrey Tsenengamu. I am a young Zimbabwean politician and some of you could be knowing me from the past in so many different ways, good and bad.
After some critical reflections and introspection on my past political life and experiences, I have