Cristiano d'Orsi, University of Johannesburg
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on April 4 2022 that Britain would relocate some asylum seekers arriving in the UK to Rwanda. The plan was condemned by the opposition as well as human rights groups such as Amnesty International. The
FBC Holdings (Zimbabwe’s leading financial services institution) sponsored Twelve Million Five Hundred Thousand Zimbabwean Dollars (ZWL$12,500,000.00) towards the 2022 Zimbabwe Open Golf tournament scheduled to run from 17 to 22 May. Resultantly, the prestigious national golf tournament will be christened after the FBCH brand, as
Social and economic think tank organisation, the Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) has called on local authorities to implement recommendations made by the Auditor General report.
Addressing journalists on the sidelines of ZIMCODD research launch, director Janet Zhou said mis-governance had impacted heavily on
Government is set to begin activating electronic vaccination cards which were created as part of efforts to secure vaccination certificates with first preference given to travelers.
In a statement, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Dr Jasper Chimedza said due to the
263Chat · Standard Chartered To Shut Zim Operations
Global financial services giant, Standard Chartered has announced that it will exit Zimbabwe and six other countries in Africa and the Middle East as it seeks to augment profits by narrowing its focus to faster-growing markets in the
263Chat · Telone Commissions 10 Blaze LTE Base Stations In Chitungwiza
State controlled telecommunications company, TelOne earlier this week commissioned 10 base stations around Chitungwiza which will power the Blaze LTE service for at least 6000 clients.
The commissioning is the first phase of a bigger project
263Chat · Increase Sobriety Checkpoints
Southern African Alcohol Policy Alliance (SAAPA)-Zimbabwe has called on ZRP to increase sobriety check-points and facilities during the Easter holidays which start tomorrow, 15 April to Independence day 18 April.
In a statement released today, SAAP urged government to implement and enforce