Zimbabwe’s first locally owned commercial bank, Time Bank Zimbabwe Limited has acquired authorization from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to conduct limited banking activities after a pre-opening inspection by the regulator.
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Zimbabwe’s award winning and renowned novelist, filmmaker and cultural activist Tsitsi Dangarembga and Julie Barnes, a pro-democracy campaigner have asked the High Court to set aside their conviction and sentence for allegedly promoting public violence after they were arrested two years ago for taking part
HARARE, Zimbabwe, October 18, 2022/ -- With the Fifteenth Conference of Parties on the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP-15) scheduled for December 2022 in Montreal, Canada now fast approaching, Zimbabwe has identified the need to convene national consultations to sensitize, raise awareness,
Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) spokesman John Makamure who is being investigated over his alleged involvement in politics reportedly tried to seek audience with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to try and stop the setting up of a commission to look into his suitability to continue in office.
Nyanga South legislator Supa Mandiwanzira has praised the "timely and critical" response by medical staff after a bus carrying Tynwald High School pupils was involved in a fatal accident near Juliasdale on Friday night.
The accident claimed six minors while 34 others were seriously injured and
Engineering plastic manufacturer, Proplastics Limited posted a ZW$ 264.8million loss for the six months to June (HY) as compared to a profit of ZW$ 165 million same period last year due to exchange losses in the procurement of imported raw materials and also rising administrative
The Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has accused Zanu PF of behaving like a terrorist organisation which unleashes violence and lawlessness with impunity.
This followed Sunday's attack on CCC members including legislators Daniel Molokele and Kucaca Phulu were violently attacked in Matobo while campaigning ahead of
Two people have succumbed to Covid-19 bringing the total number of casualties to 5 608 since the global pandemic outbreak was first reported in the country in 2020.
The two deaths were recorded in Masvingo and Harare provinces.
According to the Ministry of Health and Child Care