Leading fashion and lifestyle retailer, Edgars Stores is ending the year on a high note following the opening of a new concept store at Avondale Shopping Centre in Harare today.
Premiered as a ‘World Class Shopping experience”, the Avondale store is a step up from the
The contractual disagreements between Mutema banana farmers and banana producer, Matanuska in Chipinge have forced the committee representing the farmers to split.
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa
The company had agreed to terminate the contract after some farmers had complained that it was exploitative.
However, it is emerging that some
“I just wanted it removed,” she says.
By Michelle Chifamba
Sixteen-year-old Cathrine Mangena*, from Gotora Village in Uzumba, Murehwa [Mashonaland East Province], narrates, due to lack of access to sexual reproductive health services and contraceptives in her rural community, she fell pregnant because of peer pressure from
Opposition parties in the country have received with mixed feelings the United Nations Special Rapporteur, Alena Douhan’s report on the impact of sanctions on Zimbabwe.
In the report, the envoy said Zimbabwe had been on sanctions for too long, hence it was difficult to decipher their
The climate crisis is a code red for humanity.
By António Guterres
World leaders will soon be put to the test at the UN Climate Conference — known as COP26 — in Glasgow.
Their actions — or inactions — will show their seriousness about addressing this planetary emergency.
2020 which began as a promising year for most businesses, turned out to be the worst with the surge of Covid-19 and reinforcement of the lockdowns worldwide but for Royal Palace Furnitures there was light at the end of the tunnel.
The constant uncertainty over how
The National Arts Merit Awards supported by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe and Jacaranda Culture and Media Corporation will be hosting the second annual NAMA Golf Day at Royal Harare Golf Club.
The event will serve as a novel platform where artists from various genres
Health workers have blasted government over the announced move to take nurses and doctors for patriotism training saying indoctrination will not improve their poor working conditions.
In an interview with 263Chat, Zimbabwe Professional Nurses Union spokesperson, Douglas Chikobvu urged government to dedicate more effort to improve
39 former liberation fighters who were arrested on Tuesday for protesting against low pensions will spend another night in custory after Harare Magistrate Barbra Mateko deferred her ruling on application by the ex-combatants lawyers for refusal of remand, to Friday 29 October 2021.
The war veterans
Alessandrabree Chacha remembers the stigma and discrimination she faced when she started transitioning from male to female at her former workplace in Harare in 2010.
By Lungelo Ndhlovu
“Even employers sabotaged me,” she said.
“If you are the boss, at least people respect you.”
This realization pushed her to