Global Economist and New York Times Best-Selling Author Dr. Dambisa Moyo, Academy Award-Winner and Social Activist Forest Whitaker Join Group of African Business Leaders and Former NBA Players Invested in NBA Africa
Police Commissioner General Godwin Matanga has warned members of the public against breaching the laid down COVID-19 safety measures saying members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) will be in full force during the festive season.
In a statement ahead of the 2021 festive season, Matanga
Lawyers from the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) have rescued a 43 year-old Douglas Chauke from Gutu in Masvingo following his week-long detention for allegedly undermining authority of or insulting President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
According to the police, Chauke told some patrons at Machinya Bar on
World football governing body FIFA has threatened to ban Zimbabwe from participating in its activities if the decision to disband the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) is not reversed by January 3, 2022.
The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) disbanded the ZIFA executive committee on a litany
LEAD president Linda Masarira has hailed late President Robert Mugabe and Joshua 'Father Zimbabwe' Nkomo for unifying the nation ahead of tomorrow' celebrations of unity day.
Electrical engineering firm, Powerspeed says investment in stock and systems has enabled it to make record numbers of line items available in all its stores which has contributed to the increased throughput during the FY21 to September despite supply line disruptions.
In its FY21 financial statement,
The Warriors technical team has announced a 30 member provisional squad for the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals to be held in Cameroon next month.
In a statement, ZIFA communications manager Xolisani Gwesela said the team will start training on Wednesday with the tournament set
Premier League clubs have chosen to fulfil festive fixtures despite ongoing disruption caused by Covid-19 cases.
The league's 20 clubs met on Monday to discuss how they could deal with the challenges faced after six fixtures were postponed because of Covid-19 numbers over the weekend.
The City of Harare has responded to a widely circulating video where actor, Timothy Tapfumaneyi of the 'Timmy na Bhonzo' fame is captured blasting the city fathers over a structure he said was built on a road.
In the video, Timmy filmed himself in Glen Norah
The Zimbabwe Republic Police have since the 1st of December arrested 81 519 people including 403 who were arrested for cross border crimes yesterday.
According to the police, yesterday's arrests were part of an operation code named ‘No to Cross Border Crimes/ Fhasi Ngamilandu Yamukanoni Yamashango/