ZimThrive has announced plans for its inaugural event, scheduled for December 2021 in Zimbabwe.
The month-long event, initially planned for April 2020, to coincide with Zimbabwe's 40th independence celebrations, was postponed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
On the apolitical platform's weekly show Thrive Time, co-founder
Mutare residents have positively responded to the free COVID-19 testing facility availed by the local municipality and the Ministry of Health and Childcare to assist members of the public to know their status.
A visit by 263Chat to the three centres at Queens Hall, Dangamvura and
Journalist Hopewell Chin'ono will remain behind bars after High Court judge Justice David Foroma reserved judgment on his bail appeal.
Chin'ono approached the High Court after he was denied bail by Harare Magistrate, Lazini Ncube who ruled that he was likely to re-offend if granted bail.
The government is set to review allowances for health workers who are working in Red Zones, acting Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Jenfan Muswera has said,
In a statement today, Muswera government was grateful to health workers who continue to provide service despite the
Joint burial of the late Manicaland Provincial Affairs and Devolution Minister Ellen Gwaradzimba and the late Zanu PF Central Committee member Morton Dizzy Paul Malianga at Nationa Heroes Acre.
[caption id="attachment_72659" align="alignnone" width="2592"] Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Kazembe Kazembe arriving at the joint
Alcohol and beverages producer, Delta Corporation Limited (Delta) overcame initial lockdown hangover when it grew its revenue by 77 percent for the quarter and 33 percent for the nine months ending 31 December 2020 as production volumes increased thanks to the liberalization of foreign currency
High Court judge Justice Davison Foroma has freed convicted Zimdancehall producers DJ Fantan, Levels and Dhama on ZWL$10 000 bail each pending appeal against sentence.
In granting the appeal, Justice Foroma said their appeal against sentence has chances of succeeding.
The duo were sentenced to 12 months
The Mbare trio of Dj Levels, Fantan and Dhama has been granted bail.
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Billionaire businessman and philanthropist Strive Masiyiwa, a father of five daughters, says the historical swearing in of the first female and black US Vice President Kamala Harris is a great inspiration for millions of girls and women across the world.
Masiyiwa, the founder and chairman of
President Emerson Mnangagwa who is on a month long leave will tomorrow preside over the burial of two national heroes, Morton Malianga and Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba who succumbed to COVID-19 last week.
This was confirmed by Acting Information minister Jenfan Muswere last night.
Both Malianga and Gwaradzimba