The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) has registered its concerns over media freedom rights which are being infringed in the Kingdom of Eswatini
A Bulawayo born musician has vowed to defy the setbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on the arts sector saying he will use lockdowns imposed by government to record as many songs as possible.
The new kid, Alan Hlatshwayo aka Papi Nala has ambitions to gain
MUTARE- Commitments made by regional states to protect the rights of children face increasing risk of failure as the old generation of politicians continue to subvert the sustainable development agenda, a natural resource governance lobby group has said.
Green Governance Zimbabwe Trust (GGZT) which piloted a
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Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has called off the second four-day match between Zimbabwe A and South Africa A which started on Sunday after only one day of the game could be completed before a Government directive to suspend all sporting activities in the country came into
Dendera musician Sulumanin Chimbetu is up in arms with a Zanu-PF affiliate for a new controversial song that satirically criticices President Mnangagwa's ascension to power.
In the song, Sulu says it is taboo to install a king during the month of November, which in most Shona
The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) in collaboration with the Namibia Ports Authority and the Ministry of Works and Transport, as well as other key Industry stakeholders In the Republic of Namibia will be conducting a trade mission to the Republic of Zimbabwe from 18th
World Bank President David Malpass, and his senior management team, comprised of Dr Axel van Trotsenburg and Dr Makhtar Diop, have met with the African Union’s COVID-19 Vaccine Acquisition Task Team (AVATT) to discuss modalities for a partnership that will accelerate vaccine deployments to Africa.
The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has condemned the selective application of COVID-19 regulations by responsible authorities accusing the ruling ZANU PF of weaponising the pandemic in order to suppress opposition.
In its The COVID-19 Accountability Tracker, ZPP said there were incidences of clear selective enforcement of
MUTARE- Government is fronting an ambitious digital inclusion project to bridge the urban-rural, poor-rich divide, as part of a cocktail of media reforms says Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Monica Mutsvangwa.
Mutsvangwa said to achieve inclusion government launched The Zimbabwe Digital Broadcasting Migration