The National Basketball Association (NBA) (www.NBA.com) today announced that former President Barack Obama has joined NBA Africa as a strategic partner.
President Obama will help advance the league’s social responsibility efforts across the continent, including programs and partnerships that support greater gender equality and economic inclusion.
Zimbabwe continues to register successes in taming a worrying trend of armed robbery cases following the arrest of two seperate gangs in Murewa, Mashonaland East.
According to the police, three men Tatenda George Kapikinyu (24), Fungai Kaseke (40) and Jethro Mafukidze (27) were arrested for robbery
Harare residents have expressed concern over crowding at vaccination centres, saying this could aid the spread of COVID-19.
Local council clinics have lately been over congested by people in need of COVID-19 testing and vaccination, a situation that is leaving health workers overwhelmed and unable to
Opposition movement, the Ideas Party of Democracy (IPD) has appealed to government to extend the political parties funding to all parties to enable them to campaign fluidly.
Currently, political party funding is disbursed to parties with five percent parliamentary votes, a situation that leaves out the
The outbreak of Covid-19 and the lockdowns imposed to slow down the spread of the disease have done little to nudge local small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) towards embracing e-commerce, a snap survey in Harare has revealed.
Globally, the pandemic has forced businesses to scale down
The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has announced the arrest of two Johani masowe church leaders for holding a service amid COVID-19 lockdown
A Pan-African research organisation, Afrobarometer has delivered a damning verdict on the President Emmerson Mnangagwa's Political Actors Dialogue (Polad) initiative with its latest survey showing weak support from citizens.
According to the research network most Zimbabweans prefer a national dialogue that includes other stakeholders such as
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) recently intercepted three transit fuel trucks in Chirundu that were allegedly smuggling fuel into the country under the pretense that it was Zambia-bound, in the process prejudicing the country of potential revenue through organized crime, the Authority has said.
Monthly inflation slowed by 1.32 percentage points in the month of July to reach 2.56 percent- the fourth lowest in the last 12 months- as monetary policy measures implemented by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) of keeping reserve money growth under check continues to
CAPE TOWN, South Africa, -- With the Tokyo Olympics rugby sevens competition underway from today until 31st July at the Tokyo Stadium, Rugby Africa (www.RugbyAfrique.com) is fully supporting and wishing well the South African and Kenyan teams who qualified for the Olympics.
South Africa, bronze medallists