A special section of the police force is allegedly promoting lawlessness and corruption in gold-rich Penhalonga area by facilitating trading of illicit beer in backyard bars, popularly known as shebeens, 263Chat has learnt.
The shebeens have sprouted all over Mutasa District, albeit with the backing of
The Chartered Institute of Customer Relationship Management (CIRCM) says it is determined to create a positive and indelible imprint in customers through delivering competent and capacitated students.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony of 23 Customer Relations students in Harare last Friday, CIRCM executive director, Dr. Emmanuel
Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD) leader, Herbert Chamuka has declared that he is ready to cause a major upset to President Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa by defeating them in the 2023 elections.
Chamuka, who launched his party’s manifesto in Gweru over the weekend,
The Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) is a program that seeks to improve the resilience of vulnerable communities through agricultural projects, developing capacities to absorb and adapt in order to transform livelihoods while breaking the cycles of poverty and food insecurity that entrap the country's
The switch from combustible cigarettes to tobacco harm-reducing alternatives such as snus a moist powdered tobacco usually held between the mouth and lips has demonstrably led to a “decline in smoking by reducing initiation and increasing cessation” in countries such as Norway and Sweden, experts
The just-ended ninth Conference of Parties (COP) of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) held in the Netherlands did not disappoint.
As was largely expected, the global health body stuck to its guns by doubling down on its commitment to mobilise
A Wedza based development organization, WERDIT has embarked on a program to advocating for an end to Gender Based Violence (GBV) which they said is prevalent in the area.
Speaking to 263Chat during a recent community meeting, a GBV victim, named Mai Nyamuranga narrated how she
State owned mobile network operator, NetOne has donated Christmas groceries worth ZWL$ 300 000 to Rubatsiro Zimcare Trust School in Kadoma.
The initiative is part of NetOne ‘s mandate to transform and develop communities.
In a statement, the mobile network operator said they are delighted to be
Gender inequality remains a challenge globally, with African women particularly disadvantaged across all sectors. At the 2019 Global Gender Summit it emerged that ‘women are responsible for 60% of work done globally yet earn just 10% income and 1% of property. In Africa, 70% of
Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD) leader, Herbert Chamuka has alleged his party members were spied on by alleged state security agencies in Gweru, 263Chat has learnt.
Chamuka further alleged that his Vice President, Dumisani Mathe was also followed by an unmarked vehicle before speeding off which