263Chat · Expedite Disaster Management Bill, Gvnt Urged
Policy and democracy think tank, the Zimbabwe Democracy Institute says voting trends in the just ended by-elections pointed to a complete knock out of opposition parties in Zanu PF stronghold areas should the ruling party maintain its growth trend up to next year's general elections.
263Chat · Youths Commended For Participating In National Development
The Social Democrats Association (SODA) has applauded the youths participation in the national development saying the country will never die when its young population are fully involved in advancing independence.
In a statement to mark 42 years of
263Chat · Forex Shortages Drag Telcos Infrastructure Spending
The continued foreign currency shortages from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)-run auction system are restricting infrastructure investment into the telecommunications sector amid growth in mobile subscriptions which are putting pressure on existing infrastructure, it has emerged.
263Chat · Commercial Sex Workers Invade Harare's CBD
Harare’s central business district has seen an upsurge in the number of commercial sex workers who are trying to irk a living in an unforgiving economy.
By Marceline Madzura and Gift Gara
Traditionally, ‘thigh vendors’ are known to operate in
263Chat · Israel's Religious War On Jerusalem Condemned
The State Of Palestine Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Tamer Almassri has condemned the latest attacks by Israeli forces on the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem which left hundreds of people injured.
The Islamic endowment that runs the
Zimbabwe men's football team, the Warriors and the Kenyan National teams will be in the draw for the Africa Cup Of Nations today despite a FIFA ban imposed on both the organisations' football governing bodies due to government interferences.
The ZIFA Board was suspended by the
263Chat · Action Aid Launches Youth Strategic Partnership
Social justice advocacy group ActionAid Zimbabwe (AAZ) has launched a second Strategic Partnership Agreement focusing on strengthening youth participation in civil, democratic and governance processes for improved state accountability redistribution of resources and improved youth responsive public services.
263Chat · Policies Must Reflect Why Zimbabwe Small Tobacco Farmers Use Trees For Firewood (1)
Ellen Fungisai Chipango, University of Johannesburg
Zimbabwe is the largest tobacco producer in Africa and in 2018, the crop accounted for about 10% of the country’s gross domestic product. Zimbabwe’s hopes to
Chirumanzu District Development Coordinator commended the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural settlement together with 4-H Zimbabwe for capacitating women in rural areas through indigenous climate change adaptation farming trainings.
He said this in Chirumanzu ward 6 were he was guest of honor during