By Tafadzwa Muranganwa
A soccer tournament was launched last weekend to help youths living in Goromonzi South fight the scourge of drug abuse and early child marriages among other societal ills.
Speaking to this publication, the coordinator of the Arnold Sikangwini Memorial Tournament,Nyasha ‘Ribexy’ Chireshe said the
The government has committed to supporting research on medical cannabis in order to come up with knowledge that helps address health needs of citizens.
Addressing the Cannabis Round Table meeting on Wednesday, Deputy Minister of Health and Child Care Dr John Mangwiro urged health practitioners to
Gweru based civic society organisation, Community Solutions Zimbabwe (CSZ), Chairperson Pastor Paul Juru has challenged young people in Zimbabwe to be innovative and creative in coming up with relevant solutions to problems facing their respective communities.
By Delicious Mathuthu
He said this during a workshop in Gweru
Once cropland, the broad strip of land Umaru Tanko had cultivated in the past years has now turned arid sand, useless for rice and wheat cultivation that is common among farmers in Jega, an agrarian commodity market town in Kebbi State, a part of the
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa has expressed displeasure over the recent outburst by South African Limpopo MEC Dr. Phophi Ramathuba alleging that the patient’s exposure was a reminder of poor leadership.
The CCC leader said the influx of Zimbabweans to the diaspora
The wealth of information, entertainment and education platformed on DStv was brought into the spotlight at MultiChoice Zimbabwe’s 2022 content showcase, where everything from Big Brother to the FIFA World Cup came into focus.
The showcase which was hosted at The Venue in Harare was aimed
Zvishavane-based musician, Blessed Moyo Mabika has dropped a new single titled "R.I.P M T Musokeri" to remember the late Zvishavane Miracle Gospel Church pastor Milton Musokeri for the works he had done on earth.
By Blessing Zhou
The new single is a memorial and remembrance message by
Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Secretary General, Charlton Hwende had called for his party to seek either a political or mass action for the the release of Job Sikhala and his co-accused.
This follows recent comments by Professor Lovemore Madhuku who suggested that political
South Africa, Johannesburg - As 8 September is International Literacy day declared by UNESCO, education must go beyond focusing on the set curriculum as the digital world has become more prominent in the educational sector.
The theme this year for international literacy day will be celebrated under
Zimbabwe Cricket’s eagerly awaited T10 league is set to get underway this Thursday, with eight local clubs battling it out for honours in the brand-new competition.
Known as Zim Domestic T10, powered by AVR PAY, the tournament will see a total of 30 matches being played