Vaccine hesitancy is doing arguably the greatest injustice to the African Union’s (AU’s) hard work that was led by Strive Masiyiwa, the continental body’s special envoy dealing with the Covid-19 crisis.
By Japhet Ncube
Masiyiwa, the AU envoy tasked with securing vaccines for the continent, recently chronicled
Payday, a Pan-African Fintech startup, becomes the first Rwandan company in history to join the prestigious Techstars Toronto Accelerator program.
Techstars is an operational investment company that assists founders and early-stage entrepreneurs scale their vision into a thriving business, beginning with the Demo Day at the
Moscow's mayor on Tuesday ordered the city's first coronavirus restrictions since the summer, as Russia registered 1,015 daily COVID deaths, a new record.
At the national level, the government is considering keeping people off work for a week to reduce social contact in a bid to
Mazowe South legislator Fortune Chasi has called on the public to refrain from speculating and spreading falsehoods on the SAS Mine Lowerdale explosions that claimed eight lives last week.
The blasts that killed two locals and six Chinese nationals a fortnight ago occurred over two consecutive
The ‘assault' trial of MDC Alliance, vice president, Tendai Biti has taken a new twist yesterday after he filed an application before the High Court seeking recusal of regional magistrate Wongai Muchuchuti -Guwuriro and prosecutor Michael Reza alleging the pair could be conniving against him.
The Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZRCS) Youth department hosted a schools arts festival national competition over the weekend with the aim of bringing together youths and educating them on non-communicable diseases (NCD) and awareness on a healthy living.
Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs),refers to a group of conditions that
Leader of an opposition outfit, Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD), Herbert Chamuka has predicted that the 2023 elections will be more violent following a wave of politically motivated violence across the country.
MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa’s escort was attacked last week in Masvingo by alleged Zanu-PF
Sixteen people, (10 men and six women) who were arrested by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) on Saturday night at a sex party appeared before a Harare magistrate's court yesterday. All suspects were released on free bail.
The names of the suspects are as follows: (Women)
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) has lifted the 18-day long trading suspension on tech-giant Cassava Smartech' shares after the company complied with statutory requirements.
Cassava was suspended on 1 October for failing to meet the deadline for publishing its financial statements for the year ended February
Watch: Drama as Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) church members argument turns violent. An alleged new battle has been brewing in the AFM church, with claims that followers of a splinter group led by Reverend Cossam Chiyangwa intend to besiege church premises across the country and