Health and Child Care Minister, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has expressed gratitude over the role played by medical aid societies since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officially opening the Association of Healthcare Funders of Zimbabwe (AHFoZ) annual conference in Victoria Falls last Friday, Chiwenga said
Traditional Chiefs have pleaded with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to change their title from Chiefs to Kings as the former has become a lighter title for the influential role their play in society.
Speaking at an interactive meeting between traditional leaders and Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) officers
Struggling coal producer, Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) increased its production by 51 percent during the half year ended June 2021 despite facing foreign currency challenges to further enhance capacity.
The company is still under administration as it is heavily saddled with debt.
HCCL has targeted to
The government has given a green light to schools to use a new A-Level Heritage Studies book which will further enhance the study of indigenous languages, which have been dying a natural death.
The book titled “Understanding A-Level Heritage Studies Form 5” which was published by
MUTARE- The Royal Netherlands embassy to Zimbabwe has stepped in to provide affordable lighting solutions for over a thousand primary students from low income and underprivileged families in Manicaland.
Netherlands embassy deputy head of mission, Eva van Woersem, officiated at the handover ceremony at Chirovakamwe Primary
High Court Judge, Justice Tapiwa Chitapi has revoked the magistrates' court rule on squashing exception application by the land developer, Felix Munyaradzi saying state' facts are baseless. ..
Ideas Party of Democracy leader, Herbert Chamuka has embarked on a food distribution drive to marginalised communities in an effort to end hunger for people in need.
Chamuka’s party has, throughout the COVID-19 induced lockdown, been parcelling out relief funds meant to help the seriously affected
Opposition MDC-T president, Douglas Mwonzora has reinforced calls for the removal of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by western countries saying they are being used as scapegoat for incompetence and looting.
Mwonzora said this during a press briefing at the party's headquarters in Harare earlier today where
Two officers from Harare remand prison have appeared before Harare magistrate Denis Mangosi facing charges of masterminding a prison break which saw a serial rapist, Sam Muropa sneak out of cells.
According to the state, on 1 October 2021, the accused persons Ngonidzashe Munhuuripi (43) and
Leading poultry producer, Irvine’s Zimbabwe today donated 6000 eggs to Derbyshire Primary school in Waterfalls in commemoration of World Egg Day celebrated globally on the second Friday of October every year.
This year’s edition marks the 25th anniversary since the day was established in Vienna, Austria,