Opposition MDC-T national chairperson, Morgen Komichi has pleaded for dialogue among opposition political parties saying resolving differences was key to deal with the economic downturn.
Speaking during an interview with a local private media, Komichi said the prevailing economic situation is now ripe for dialogue which
25 games done, crazy we are past halfway. Liverpool lost their 4th in a row at home, Sp*rs and Mou continue to shit the bed, City beat Arsenal as usual and back to normal for Chelsea as the draw.
Chelsea: I am going to go out
A gang of six armed robbers who had pounced on a Harare businesman, Chris Chibueze were gunned down in a shoot out with police detectives, Friday night.
By Donald Chakamanga
The shootout occurred at number 110 Mbuya Nehanda Street Harare (Stone Hardware Centre).
Three of the armed robbers
STEWARD Bank has upgraded its mobile banking application ‘Square 2.1’ as the bank moves to further improve its customer experience and enhance the App’s security features.
The application, which allows Steward Bank customers to conduct transactions from their mobile devices, now has an all-new look and
When the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) signed agreements with the football federations of Burkina Faso, Gambia, Rwanda and Burundi back in 2015 , few would have guessed that this was the start of an era of football diplomacy that will result in the transformation
Human Rights pressure group, the Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) says the surge in COVID-19 cases was more of a wakeup call for the Government to act on neglected social service structures.
In its monthly monitoring report for January 2021, ZPP says the month of January marked
Government has advised that this year’s Robert Gabriel Mugabe National Youth day will rollover to Monday since this year’s day is being commemorated on Sunday.
In a statement, the Ministry of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage said the day will be commemorated on Sunday the 21st
High Court judge Justice Webster CHINAMHORA has granted bail to the Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) leader Allan Moyo following a 72days pretrial detention at Chikurubi Maximum Prison.
By George Swarei
Allan Moyo who was arrested on December 7 2020 for allegedly inciting public violence was granted
A human rights lawyer and Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) have filed an urgent chamber application at Harare High Court seeking an order to stop government from implementing or enforcing new deposit fines which it recently purported to have authorised.
In an urgent chamber application filed
The long awaited Collateral Registry is set to be operational before the end of the year with a software provider having been identified, the Reserve Bank if Zimbabwe (RBZ) has said.
Presenting the Monetary Policy statement yesterday, the RBZ governor, Dr John Mangudya said the implementation