In 2026, the Hindu Society Harare (HSH) will be celebrating 100 years of existence since its founding in 1926.
To commemorate this event, HSH plans to publish a book documenting events, photos and various milestones during the last 100 years. It has appealed to the community
The government is expected to pocket a maximum of 60 percent of proceeds from the Muzarabani gas and oil fields if the discovery proves to be of commercial value, Australian investor Invictus Energy's local representative confirmed.
Managing director of the Australian-listed company's local subsidiary Geo
EcoCash Holdings Zimbabwe Limited health insurance unit, Maisha Health Fund, says its newly launched MaishaCare is making medical insurance easily accessible to the majority of people in the country.
The innovative health cover offers primary care from as little as US$5 per month and gives low-income
Harare Magistrate Kudzai Zihove has granted ZWL$20 000 bail to Chillspot Records co-founder Tafadzwa Kadzimwe better known as DJ Levels following his arrest on charges of violating the Data Protection Act.
Levels is alleged to have leaked bedroom tapes that he recorded with his estranged girlfriend
Six child-focused organizations under the umbrella name of Joining Forces Zimbabwe has condemned the continued sexual abuse of young girls in society appealing to government and other stakeholders to invest in awareness in order to break the cycle.
In a press statement on Tuesday, the six
A Zanu PF affiliated youth group under the banner of the Zimbabwe Youth Action Platform (ZYAP) has castigated the proposed delimitation of electoral boundaries by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) citing the exclusion youths in the process.
Delimitation involves the fixing of electoral boundaries into constituencies
Local pressure group for People with Disabilities (PWDs), Signs of Hope Trust has called on the Government to introduce wealth tax as a way of addressing the inequality gap between the rich and the poor.
In an interview with 263Chat on the sidelines of the multi
The Zimbabwe Mercantile Exchange (ZMX) has so far issued 72 000 Metric Tonnes (MT) wheat warehouse receipts now ready for trading after getting government nod to facilitate its trading as one of the country’s strategic grains.
The ZMX initiative is a partnership between the Government and