For a while before the second world war, the world relied on a gold standard currency model which shaped the global monetary system.
By Mugove Chisvo
Most countries, either backed their currencies by gold or by the currencies of countries who did.
Since paper money was at anytime
A decent display by the Zimbabwe Warriors against Senegal came to nothing after the referee awarded a 94th-minute penalty which Liverpool star, Sadio Mane converted to end the match 1-0.
Below are some of the reactions to the Warriors loss in Cameroon this afternoon;
Tough ending indeed.
The government has recorded a notable decline in COVID-19 cases after daily new infection rates started falling again from Tuesday last week.
According to the Ministry of Health and Child Care daily updates, death rates may have hit a peak, around three weeks after a spike
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has with immediate effect fired State Security Minister Owen Ncube from his position in Government.
In a statement, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr. Misheck Sibanda said Ncube had shown conduct inappropriate for a Minister in Government.
“”His Excellency the President of
MUTARE- State owned Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has completed the scheduled installation of a solar system to power a Combined Science laboratory at a local Chiadzwa secondary school.
ZCDC installed the solar units at Gandauta Secondary, having constructed the ICT and Science laboratory unit furnished
National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) leader Professor Lovemore Madhuku has said his party will not take part in the by-elections slated for March 26, 2022 as it is a waste of resources.
Last week President Emmerson Mnangagwa proclaimed by-elections date with the nomination courts sitting on January
The release of Zimbabwe Senior Men's Football Team starting 11 who will debut the Warriors' Africa Cup of Nations campaign against Senegal's Lions Of Teranga has been met with mixed emotions.
Warriors starting 11 consists of Mhari, Chimwemwe, Bhasera, Hadebe, Takwara, Madzongwe, Wadi, Musona, Dube, Benyu
Suspended Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) president Felton Kamambo took time off the boardroom squabbles to urge the senior men's soccer team ahead of their campaign at the AFCON tournament kicked off in Cameroon yesterday.
The Warriors are set to play Senegal’s Lions of Terranga at the
The trial of Prophet Tapiwa Freddy continued last Friday with his defence team playing an audio in which the complainant allegedly apologized for falsely accusing him of rape.
FreddyThe state, represented by Sheila Mupindu, had opposed the production of the audio in court on the basis
Former Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) president, Peter Mutasa says the recent deportation of more than 85 000 Zimbabweans from South Africa was avoidable if the country had strong labour unions.
Thousands of Zimbabweans flock into neighbouring South Africa and Botswana in search of jobs