Multi-award-winning social media personality Madam Boss has taken to social media to put to rest questions over the status of her marriage saying she is still with Ngoni Munetsiwa despite recent bed-hopping scandals that grabbed headlines in local tabloids.
Munetsiwa reportedly impregnated his mistress Evangelista Zhou
Popular comedienne, Mai Titi hurriedly was forced to swallow humble pie after Zimbabweans in the United Kingdom threatened to boycott an event she is billed to headline, following her previous utterances against their caregiver work.
Mai Titi is set to host an event dubbed One Nite
The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has blasted the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MOPSE) for dabbling into politics through the Teachers for Ecoinomic Development (Teachers4ED) initiative.
The teachers union which has been consistently fighting for the inclusive access to quality education, working
The festival, hosted by public health social movement organization, SAYWHAT, seeks to identify and nurture upcoming artists who are championing social problems including HIV/AIDS, Gender based violence, child marriages, teen pregnancies, alcohol abuse among others.
Harare – 19, October – The China-Stanbic Job Fair attracted over 1 800 job seekers as the inaugural event took giant strides towards playing a pivotal role in employment creation for locals.
The two-day event which was hosted by leading financial services institution, Stanbic Bank in
Tynwald High School students who represented Zimbabwe at the Global Robotics Challenge in Geneva, Switzerland scooped a gold medal amid dark time as fellow pupils who perished in the Nyanga Road accident were laid to rest.
This year’s Global Challenge was held under the theme
Zimbabwe captain Craig Ervine will sit out the second ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 match against the West Indies on Wednesday after he suffered a mild asthmatic attack.
“Ervine is asthmatic and when he presented with moderate symptoms we recommended, as a precautionary measure, that
The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe has announced the approval for use of long-acting injectable cabotegravir (CAB-LA) as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention.
This follows the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendation, announced in July 2022, that CAB-LA may be offered to people at substantial risk of
Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (Zimstat) has reported that 18,2 percent of the school-going population aged between 4-24 years dropped out of school due to marriage or pregnancy-related reasons.
According to the Education report released by Zimstat on Tuesday, a huge number of adolescents were dropping
Local civic groups have added their voices in condemning the political violence that happened in Matobo over the weekend urging political party leaders and supporters to be tolerant to differing views for the country to achieve a thriving democracy.
In a statement, Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human