The government has warned citizens against complacency in the fight against COVID-19 saying the threat is still there despite a drop in number of new infections.
Speaking at the launch of the Private Sector COVID-19 Vaccination Programme, Deputy minister of health and child care Dr John
Forty six Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) across the country have expressed concern over the passing of Constitutional Amendment Bill number 2 by parliament saying the move is a reversal of the gains recorded by the overwhelming participation and endorsement of the new charter by Zimbabweans
Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) president, Peter Mutasa says the Zanu PF government's move to amend the constitutional provision on the appointment and retirement of judges goes beyond national politics.
Speaking during a joint press conference addressed by Civil Society heads in Harare today, Mutasa
Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) –listed roofing and building materials manufacturer, Turnall Holdings Limited turnover for the year ended December 2020 dropped four percent from the previous reporting period to ZWL$ 999.570 million due to losses incurred in the currency conversion using Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s
The Mesh, a social gathering which brings together enterprising people, music lovers, and artists will this year celebrate four years of existence albeit under strict COVID-19 rules.
Organizers of the event told 263Chat that although the celebrations will be different from years prior, expectations are high
Former Dynamos Football Club left-back, Stanley “Samora “ Chirambadare, will today appear in court allegedly charged with sodomizing a minor at his football academy.
Famed for his overlapping runs during his playing days, Chirambadare runs Revival Junior Football Academy in Mufakose, Harare, which nurtures junior football
American playwright and actress June Carryl is set to premiere theatrical production The Good Minister from Kunyarara in Harare in partnership with a Zimbabwean cast and production team.
The worldwide premiere of the groundbreaking production kicks off from 12-15 May 2021 and 19-22 May 2021 at
Zimbabwe umpire Langton Rusere is set to make history today by becoming the first black African to stand in a Test match.
The 35-year-old match official is one of the on-field umpires for the five-day game between Zimbabwe and Pakistan that begins this morning at Harare
Zimbabwe’s first ever and last Test victories on home soil were against Pakistan, the team they face in a two-match series that gets underway at Harare Sports Club this Thursday.
Over the years, Zimbabwe have played perhaps more classic Test matches against Pakistan than against any