Harare, Zimbabwe, May 11, 2021— The Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency (ZIDA), with technical support from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), is launching an Investor Confidence Survey to understand the opportunities to increase investment in Zimbabwe.
The survey seeks to capture the views of investors on
From the onset, gospel musician, Mambo Dhuterere never minced his word about how grateful he is to Jah Prayzah for helping him breakthrough in the music industry and it seems he can't thank the Kutonga Kwaro singer enough.
Dhuterere has once again taken to social media
Lawyer and director of Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, Musa Kika have filed an urgent High Court application litigating Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Ziyambi Ziyambi and 16 judges seeking an order for Chief Justice Malaba to resign by May 15.
The application comes
Mutare- Young people should have their voices incorporated in the Zimbabwe Independent Complaints Commission (ZICC) Bill set for public scrutiny soon as they are the most affected by human rights violations by security forces, an umbrella body for youth focused organizations, National Association of Youth
Senditoo Co-founder Takwana Tyaranini and his team are taking over several shows on Star FM, after acquiring presentation rights on the popular Zimbabwean radio station.
The move is part of the international money transfer company’s communications strategy, as they expand their brand presence in the country
The Zimbabwe Women’s team will be back in action next week when they face the South Africa Emerging Women’s side in five one-day matches in Bulawayo.
The 50-over games are scheduled for 18, 20, 22, 24 and 26 May, all starting at 0930 hours local time.
A Health expert has dismissed claims that COVID-19 will be deadly during winter saying the country is still in the last stages of the second wave.
There are fears that the third wave of the pandemic is already in the country but health experts have assured
High Court judge Justice Esther Muremba has postponed to 5 July, hearing into the divorce case involving Vice President Constantino Chiwenga and his estranged wife Marry due to the former beauty queen's ill health.
This comes after Chiwenga's lawyer Advocate Lewis Uriri told Justice Muremba that
Exporters licensed under the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) and those listed under the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX) will now retain 100 percent of their foreign currency earnings while the rest of exporting entities hold 80 percent of foreign currency earnings, Finance and Economic Development
Chipinge Rural District Council Ward 20 Councillor, Charles Mugidho Mahlonga has blamed the COVID-19 pandemic for stalling development projects he had earmarked for his area.
By Artwell Sithole
In an interview with 263Chat, Mahlonga said the lockdown measures put in place by government to curb the spread