Citizens In Action Southern Africa (CIASA) - a social impact pressure group says government should explore various ways of mobilizing domestic resources to enhance healthcare service as the country’s health system continues to decay.
CIASA pointed out that the COVID-19 pandemic has over- stressed an already
Popular entertainers, Tafadzwa Shugeta and Anna Honde have announced their separation for the second time, much to their fans' amusement.
According to Honde, the couple that always portrayed an image perfect relationship on social media, separated early this month.
"A week after new year the Oros family
Local business executives and captains of industry have been encouraged to set up e-commerce platforms for their respective companies for trading and ease of doing business in line with global developments, the Minister of Industry and Commerce, Dr Sekai Nzenza has said.
Addressing business leaders at
NBA Crossover in Lagos, Nigeria on Feb. 5 will feature celebrity basketball game and Africa’s first Floating basketball court
The Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZRCS) says it is on high alert to deal with the impact of Tropical Storm Ana amid reports of stronger winds and heavy rains in some parts of the country.
In a statement, ZRCS secretary-general Elias Hwenga said volunteers from the
Popular comedienne Mai Titi, real name Felistas Murata, is offering US$2000 to persons who can identify faces behind social media ghost accounts.
This comes after the entertainer was dragged on social media over a fake post in her name that suggested she trashed Nelson Chamisa's recently
Chief Chikwaka born Murambiwa Witness Bungu has been arrested for extorting prophet T Freddy this afternoon at Harare Central Police station.
The traditional leader is expected to appear in Court this afternoon.
Last year the traditional leader called the prophet to his rural home in Juru asking
The Zimbabwe Cross Border Traders Association (ZCBTA) has castigated local producers of goods for unjustified exorbitant pricing and called for unfettered access of imported goods into the market to bring fair pricing.
Prices of goods have been skyrocketing with local producers attributing this to increased cost
The Zimbabwe dollar fell by 2.30 percent against the American dollar in yesterday’s foreign currency auction to settle at ZW$ 115.4223 from ZWL$ 112.8228 recorded during previous week session as the local currency continues to lose ground amid concerns that authorities are failing to put
Informal traders these are the street vendors and market vendors who are most preferred by many in Africa as they sale goods at very cheap prices , thus making it possible for the less privileged to be able to wear and eat better. They are