Popular disc jockey DJ Rimo has addressed social media personality DJ Towers' utterances on the late socialite and flamboyant businessman, Genius Ginimbi Kadungure.
Towers made waves on social media after he was captured on Instagram live blasting his late ally whom he said died from his
Axia Corporation Limited’s automotive spares and accessories retail unit, Transerv was hit by foreign currency shortages during the course of the group’s just ended financial year leading to lack of adequate stock.
In its full year financial results, the group said it was “disappointed” by the
Midlands State University (MSU) has won the Zimbabwe National International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Moot Court competition held at the Harare High Court.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) co-hosted the competition.
The Buhera house which raised eyebrows after it was used as a residential address by over 1000 individuals for purposes of receiving COVID-19 relief grants has turned out to be a seven-roomed government property occupied by only five people at the time the heist was
By Tendai Makaripe
THE year was 2004.
Janjaweed, a ruthless Sudanese Arab militia group that operates in Sudan, particularly Darfur, and eastern Chad descended in a village in West Darfur.
Known for their brutality and zero respect for human life, the militia of nomadic herders backed by
This comes as the CCC party has launched his party’s electoral reform blueprint dubbed PREPARE which he says will focus on the creation of a conducive environment for the holding of free and fair elections.
International personalities and organisations have condemned yesterday’s conviction and sentence of acclaimed writer Tsitsi Dangarembga alongside Julie Barnes on charges of inciting public violence in July 2020.
The duo, arrested for joining a peaceful demonstration criticizing the government’s efforts to handle corruption were both charged with
By Victor Fanuel
HARARE – The outspoken director of the Women's Comfort Corner Foundation (WCCF), Rita Marque Mbatha, is seeking the right to sue High Court judge Justice Catherine Bachi-Mzawazi, whom she accuses of unprofessionally attempting to overturn a US$180,000 sexual harassment ruling she won.
Industry and Commerce permanent secretary Mavis Sibanda on Thursday urged chartered governance professionals to continue participating in national development by providing professional leadership in both private and public organisations.
“Your profession is our conscience. You are our conscience,” she told participants in the annual conference of
Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa says the party is doing everything within its powers to ensure the release of incarcerated legislators Job Sikhala and Godfrey Sithole together with 14 others.
Sikhala and Sithole have spent more than 100 days in remand prison on