Renowned cleric and author Apostle Batsirai Java of Tabernacles of Grace will Friday hold a fundraising dinner which will see funds being channelled towards the completion of a state of the art multipurpose centre in Harare.
The centre, according to Java, is 60% complete having started
Business leaders need to be innovative and utilize economic opportunities existing within the region to curve a post-Covid-19 recovery trajectory, Industry and Commerce Minister, Dr Sekai Nzenza has told top executives at the seventh edition of the CEO Roundtable annual meeting currently underway in the
Business leaders attending the CEO Roundtable Annual meeting in Victoria Falls have been urged to get their workforces vaccinated in order to mitigate the social and economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the anticipated fourth wave.
This was said by Hwange Colliery Company Limited managing
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) leader, Douglas Mwonzora has renewed its fight against MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa after indicating that they are initiating moves to stop him from using their name.
In a statement released after a principals meeting at MRT House today, MDC-T said
Stanbic Bank has donated US$20 000 to the Cancer Association of Zimbabwe (CAZ) towards the purchase of chemotherapy drugs for cancer patients.
Addressing the media at the handover ceremony, Non-Executive Board Member of Stanbic Bank Simbarashe Mhuriro said the institution is playing its part in the
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has announced gate charges for football fans who wish to watch the quarter final matches of the Chibuku Super Cup slated for this weekend.
In a statement, PSL Chief Executive Officer, Kennedy Ndebele said tickets for the matches will be sold
The government has warned private schools over unsanctioned exeat weekends saying this could trigger a spike in COVID-19 infections.
Addressing journalists during a Post Cabinet media briefing on Tuesday, Information, Publicity, and Broadcasting Services Minister, Monica Mutsvangwa said COVID-19 cases in schools were on a downward
The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has written to police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga demanding the immediate release of 40 war veterans who were arrested in Harare yesterday whilst protesting against poor pensions.
In a letter gleaned by 263Chat, ZLHR said they were shocked to hear
Harare, 27 October 2021 - Stanbic Bank is committed to play its part in assisting Zimbabweans in the diaspora to build and own houses back home through its mortgage finance facility tailor-made for people living abroad.
The facility called “Diaspora Home Loans” is part of a
40 members of the war veterans association who were arrested yesterday while protesting against poor pension earnings in Harare's central business district are yet to be charged, their lawyer Tinashe Chinopfukutwa has confirmed.
"We are still at the police station and we do not know yet