The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has appointed Ms Regina Chinamasa as the Acting Commissioner General of the Authority with effect from 1 February 2022, while the Board is processing the recruitment of the substantive Commissioner General.
Chinamasa’s appointment comes after the authority early this month made
Zanu-PF Youth League boss, Tendai Chirau has called on the immediate ban of the use of yellow colours by opposition leader Nelson Chamisa.
The youthful leader launched a new party, the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), after months of fighting for the MDC Alliance name which
The Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) has advised government that teachers are incapacitated and will not be ready for work when the general school calendar commences next month.
Last week, government announced that schools will open on 7 February after a lengthy delay due to
Listed technology giant, Cassava Holdings says its mobile money business, Ecocash’s wallet funding during third quarter to November 2021 recorded an increase of ZWL$ 650 million as the subsidiary’s transactional activity continues on an upward path.
The growth is a welcome development for the group, which
A Harare magistrate yesterday dismissed an objection by suspended Harare Town Clerk Hosiah Chisango to have a book of council records prohibited in his criminal abuse of office trial.
Chisango is facing criminal abuse of office charges after he allegedly acted inconsistent with his duties by
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) and the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) have agreed to postpone the limited-overs series that had been rescheduled to be played in Harare in early February.
The tour – which included three One-Day International matches that are part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World
The love hate relationship between Thokozani Khupe and the Douglas Mwonzora led MDC-T has come to an abrupt end following her expulsion from the political outfit.
Khupe was recently suspended from the MDC-T for allegedly flouting some provisions of the party’s constitution and later held a
Acting president, Gen (retd) Costantino Chiwenga has extended COVID-19 lockdown but however eased restrictive measures put in place a fortnight ago as the 4th wave appears to be waning.
Among key features in the latest review is the re-opening of the schools calendar on the 7th
Controversial legislator, Temba Mliswa has challenged ex-girlfriend Susan Mutami to a DNA test to prove if he is the actual father to the alleged twins.
Mliswa, who has been trading jabs with Mutami on social media since their nasty breakup last year, is also not sure
MUTARE- Provincial education officials say the province has received adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) to commence learning activities.
Addressing a Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) press club session, Manicaland acting Provincial Education Director (PED) Richard Gabaza allayed fears of inadequate protection of students.
Gabaza said modalities are