Tibute to the late Zimdancehall chanter Soul Jah Love who succumbed to diabetes continue to pour in following his untimely death at
Mbuya VaDorcus hospital last night.
He was 31.
Below are some condolence messages from celebrities and fellow musicians
Allison oh Allison, again Bruh, AGAIN!!! City literally shit on Sp*rs, Gondugun on FIRE!! UTD, well, do a UTD. Auba scores a hatrick, and Chelsea looking dangerous again.
Liverpool v Leicester: So Liverpool dominated this game for about 70 minutes, an absolute peach of an assist
Zimbabwe is at a crucial moment of redefining its agriculture in the face of climatic vagaries and financing gaps that have crippled crop yield in recent years while exposing millions of its citizens to extreme poverty and hunger.
A 2019 World Bank report titled Public Expenditure
MUTARE- A leading human rights organization has called for an inquiry into the underlying causes of dismal Grade seven results and deteriorating education standards in the country.
Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) said systemic challenges in the education sector were weakening schools making them less
The Association of Healthcare Funders of Zimbabwe (AFHoZ) has paid tribute to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration on the way it has handled the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking during Webinar meeting on COVID-19 vaccination held recently, AFHoZ board chairman, Noah Matimba acknowledged Government’s commitment to the planned vaccination
Health experts have urged Zimbabweans to take up vaccines saying it is the only way the country can succeed in its effort to curtail further spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zimbabwe received a donation of 200 000 doses of Sinopharm vaccines from China yesterday with the
Diversified listed group, Meikles Limited yielded to headwinds propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic to post an earnings decline of 7 and 8 percent in inflation-adjusted terms for the quarter and nine months to December 2020, respectively.
Sales volume at the supermarkets segment declined by 4 percent
By Victor Bhoroma
The pace of Zimbabwe’s road infrastructure decay has reached alarming levels which call for a policy change by the government owing to successive years of neglect and under-investment.
Over the past 40 years the government has failed to maintain or expand the existing road network,
The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zimbabwe has appealed to government to consider journalists among the first group of people to be considered for COVID-19 vaccination.
MISA recommended that the Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) facilitates modalities for the roll out since the media was declared
Catherine Kyobutungi, African Population and Health Research Center
Tanzania’s health minister said earlier this month that the country has no plans to procure COVID-19 vaccines. Moina Spooner, an editor with The Conversation Africa, asked Catherine Kyobutungi to explain Tanzania’s COVID-19 response and why it’s problematic.