Great Zimbabwe Patriots – 131-0 in 10 overs (Tadiwanashe Marumani 78*, Richmond Mutumbami 41*)
Bulawayo Athletic Club – 96-4 in 10 overs (Nkosana Mpofu 31, Brandon Mavuta 28*, Thamsanqa Nunu 26; Luke Jongwe 1/15, Tony Munyonga 1/16, Costa Zhou 1/17)
Great Zimbabwe Patriots won by 35 runs
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) deputy national spokesperson Ostallos Siziba has reiterated his party’s call for a return to constitutionalism saying they will make use of their legislators in the national assembly to advance issues raised by citizens.
Speaking to journalists in Harare Wednesday afternoon,
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) vowed that his party will upstage the ruling Zanu PF and emerge victorious in the 2023 harmonised elections.
Addressing journalists in Harare this Wednesday, CCC deputy national spokesperson Gift Ostallos Siziba said it is not political rhetoric that they are
The Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) has partnered Norsad Capital- a private credit provider to create new opportunities for Zimbabwean businesses with potential for growth.
The development comes at a time business lobby groups, Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) and Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries
Zimbabwe's biggest urban culture jamboree, Shoko Festival has returned for its 12th edition which is set to run from the 27th of September to the 1st of October.
Themed PARTYcipate, this year's edition pays special focus to local talent in honour of how local artists
The Regional Non-State Actors (NSA) dialogue was held in Harare yesterday with one of the speakers attributing young people's limited access to sexual and reproductive health rights to lack of funding.
Presenting at the dialogue Adolf Mavheneke Regional Senoir Programme Officer and Advocacy specialist at SAfAIDS
Regional cement maker PPC Limited says its Zimbabwean subsidiary suffered a seven percent slump in sales volumes in the 5-months to August (H1) but however still managed to sustain previous comparative period levels thanks to a robust demand in the Rwandan market.
PPC Zimbabwe operations suffered
Election think tank and advocacy group the Election Resource Centre (ERC) says the conduct of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) raises questions around the right to vote due to irrational restrictions.
ERC made the remarks after their recent desktop analysis on the distribution of voter registration