The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday arrested a senior police officer after he abused his office by using a vehicle kept at Southerton police station as exhibit.
According to ZACC, Kirisipen Mutsengi who is the Officer Commanding CID Vehicle Theft Squad was arrested following an anonymous report
Zimbabwe’s leading financial services provider Old Mutual has donated an assortment of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to be used by frontline health workers at four health centres across the country.
In a statement, Old Mutual said the donation is a key facet of their business ethics
Women and girls rights group, Musasa Project has called on Zimbabweans to respect human dignity following the gruesome death of 14 year old Memory Machaya who died whilst giving birth at a shrine in Marange recently.
In a statement, Musasa Project expressed concern over an increase
OVER the years, the Zimbabwean Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector has gone through a positive metamorphosis that has seen it becoming an instrumental driver of various economic sectors.
By Tendai Makaripe
Because of this, government, through the National Development Strategy (NDS1) has vowed to make efforts
Zambian President Edgar Lungu on Thursday in an epic twist of events shutdown the internet and deployed more troops claiming that the election was rigged in a tight presidential showdown with main opposition rival Hakainde Hichilema rocked by mild acts of violence.
By Tichakunda Mhiko
Opposition party leader and 2023 presidential candidate, Dr Gwinyai Muzorewa has denounced the government's insistence on ZUPCO 'monopoly' saying private players are needed to curb the menacing transport problem.
Muzorewa said the ZUPCO monopoly has only worsened unemployment levels in the country.
"This monopoly of ZUPCO has
Mutare city fathers have extended an investment opportunity to prospective takers for its Pungwe Breweries, as the unit's viability challenges persist.
Legacy debts, operational challenges, and the dearth of the local industry have caused the concern to run perennial losses.
City fathers and management have since resolved
The Students and Youth Working on Reproductive Health Action Team (SAYWHAT) Thursday implored the government to take on board young people’s sexual and reproductive health rights towards the vision 2030.
In a press statement to mark the International Youth Day, the advocacy team on sexual and
Listed sugar processor, Star Africa Corporation’s comprehensive capital investment strategy and equipment maintenance at its subsidiary, Gold Star Sugars Harare resulted in a 24 percent increase in production for the company during the quarter ended June 2021.
Buoyed by the improved throughput, revenue for the refinery
Police have confirmed the arrest of several Johane Marange Apostolic church members in connection with the recent death of a 14-year-old girlwho died while giving birth at a shrine in Bocha.
Addressing the virtual commemorations of the World Population Day, Minister of Women Affairs Sithembiso Nyoni