Workers in the country’s public health and education sectors are overburdened by a host of challenges ranging from poor remuneration to deplorable working conditions, a local think tank, the Labour and Economic Development Research Institute Zimbabwe (LEDRIZ) has established.
LEDRIZ researcher Nyasha Muchichwa told stakeholders at an
Pan African research network, Afrobarometer says most Zimbabweans are in favor of a coalition government as a way of solving the country’s political and economic problems.
According to the latest survey, the network says supporters from both the ruling Zanu PF and the Nelson Chamisa led
A book that discusses the life of Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Mugabe, published by the Richard Mahomva led Leader for Africa Network (LAN) is set to be launched virtually by the SAPES Trust.
The book will be titled ‘ Remembering Robert Mugabe- Politics, Legacy and Death’.
Sungura maestro, Alick Macheso has endorsed Killer T's latest 17-track offering, Inzwai Kuchemawo Mambo, which was released earlier this week.
In a video clip circulating on social media, Macheso is captured urging the Ngoma Ndaimba singer to continue working hard and ignore naysayers.
"I'm listening to your
Opposition MDC Alliance says the legitimacy of the 2023 general elections will be determined by the ability of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to ensure voter registration.
Addressing journalists in Harare this afternoon MDC Alliance secretary for elections, Ian Makone said the pace at which voter
The First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa has bemoaned the increasing number of child marriages in Mashonaland Central province.
This follows reports of over 5000 teen pregnancies having been recorded in the province in a space of two months.
The first lady made the remarks during the official opening
Financial services provider, First Capital Bank posted a ZWL$ 669 million operating profit for the six months to June 2021 from ZWL$ 97 million prior year on account of growth in lending, transactional volumes and fees increases.
Earnings per share reached ZWL7cents compared to prior year
Newly elected Zambian president’s party National Development (UPND) says Zimbabwe’s ruling party is instigating cyber-attacks against its leadership.
The party’s spokesperson, Joseph Kalimbwe said the attacks by Zanu-PF are scandalous and could have far-reaching consequences for the two countries.
“We are in Zambia talking about the need
Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has for the past six months been waiting for the Registrar of the High Court to set down for hearing an application challenging the state-run Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO) monopoly and some restrictions on informal traders as directed
MUTARE- A local public interest organization advocating for climate justice has joined the calls for the postponement of United Nations climate talks – COP26 conference which is set to take place early November in Scotland.
Green Governance Zimbabwe Trust (GGZT) director Frank Mpahlo said the current