Sugar producer, Hippo Valley Estates Limited (Hippo Valley) says work on the 4 000 hectare-cane development project dubbed the Project Kilimanjaro is gathering steam with 2 700 hectares already cleared and ripped to-date despite financial constraints.
The project, being pursued by Tongaat Hullet, Government of Zimbabwe
National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) president Professor Lovemore Madhuku says last year's grade seven results were a small part of a big problem in the country's education system.
Speaking during a media briefing in Harare today, Madhuku blamed the ruling Zanu PF government for the poor grade
People with disabilities have welcomed the National Disability Policy (NDP) recently approved by government which they said is a positive step in changing the disability discourse in the country.
In an interview with 263Chat, Founder of Signs of Hope also Board member for Deaf Women Included,
MUTARE- Rural teachers have called on government to urgently introduce and disburse an education fund to vulnerable rural communities to bridge the widening inequality gap worsened by the advent of online education.
Amalgamated Rural Teacher's Union of Zimbabwe (ATRUZ) made these demands as part of the
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have mutually agreed to end Pakistan Women’s national cricket team’s ongoing tour to Harare due to the latest travel policies of the visiting side’s carrier, Emirates Airlines.
Pakistan won the opening 50-over match on 9 February and
Constitutional law expert and leader of the National Constitutional Assembly, Professor Lovemore Madhuku Thursday launched a scathing attack on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration for its approach to human rights in Zimbabwe.
Madhuku, a member of the Mnangagwa led Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD), said the executive led
The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has castigated the proposed demolition of illegal tuck shops in Harare saying the proposal is a war against livelihoods.
Harare City Council recently ordered all illegal tuck-shop owners across the City of Harare to cease all operations before the 18th
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe’s (SECZ) investor education programme is in full swing. The first in a series of educational webinars was held on Thursday 4th of February, titled “Investment 101: Investment basics”. The session presented a wealth of information, helping participants to
The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) says it has made a cumulative total of 410 497 people have been arrested for breaching national lockdown restrictions since the beginning of the pandemic early last year.
Zimbabwe imposed a total lockdown on the 30th of March last year as
Lecturers at ZAOGA owned Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU) have stopped conducting online lectures demanding salaries and COVID-19 allowances equivalent to the ones paid State run Universities.
A lecturer who spoke to 263Chat on condition of anonymity said they have stopped conducting lectures owing to poor