The Citizens Coalition For Change (CCC)president said his mission is to stop Zimbabwe from being monopolised by the ruling party, taking the country to a one party state.
The Government has launched a 45-day drive to address sand poaching, wetlands invasion, littering and other environmental crimes rampant in Harare Province.
Speaking at a recent Inter ministerial committee meeting held in the capital, Secretary for Provincial Affairs and Devolution in the Office of the President
One of the most wanted drug lords Christy Kinahan, reportedly wanted to escape to Zimbabwe with his family to start a new life.
The criminal allegedly hoped to buy a fleet of at least nine planes from the Egyptian Air Force to transport drugs around Africa according
A youth-run family business in Harare is trailblazing the healthy food industry in Africa by providing nutritious options while sourcing from local farmers to increase food security and promote healthy eating.
By Kuda Chideme, Bird Story Agency
In 2017, Lesley Marange, a young food scientist in Zimbabwe,
Zimbabwe will host the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2026 together with neighbours Namibia, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced.
The ICC confirmed the decision on Sunday after finalising the host countries for the next Under-19 men’s and women’s global events between 2024 and
Northerns – 160-6 in 24 overs (Chamu Chibhabha 47, Spencer Magodo 30, Shingi Masakadza 29*; Keith Jaure 1/9, Tinashe Muchawaya 1/26, Brandon Mavuta 1/27)
Southerns – 164-2 in 22.3 overs (Kevin Kasuza 80*, Richmond Mutumbami 51*, Prince Masvaure 12; Faraz Akram 1/16, Tawanda Dzikiti 1/26)
CBZ Bank in partnership with various hotels and travel agents, has launched a United States Dollar (USD) Holiday packages loan, an initiative that seeks to give the bank's customers an exciting opportunity to plan ahead, go on holiday and pay later.
The holiday package, which is
4-H Zimbabwe’s mission is to empower and capacitate youth to be responsible, caring and contributing leaders that effect positive change in the world around them
Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions (ZCPSTU) has demanded that government pay them a decent health insurance instead of bailing out the struggling Public Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS).
Government recently bailed out PSMAS and PSMI which were struggling to stay afloat resulting in workers
First Capital Bank income for the third quarter (Q3) to September was up 82 percent ahead of prior year comparative period thanks to strong performance on interest income which was driven by growth in the foreign currency loan book and the re-pricing of the ZW$