Popular hip-hop star, Holy Ten has sent a tribute for his backup singer, only identified as Jay D, who died in a car accident they were involved in on Friday, some 20km outside of Gweru.
In his tribute, Holy Ten quoted a number of biblical verses
Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa has accused parliamentary administration of lobbying legislators to defend parliament's corrupt decision to award two local companies tenders for the supply of laptops at a whooping cost of US9 200 each.
Posting on Twitter, Mliswa said some legislators were out
Melanie Bisnauth, University of the Witwatersrand and Kate Rees, University of the Witwatersrand
Antiretroviral therapy (ART) has turned HIV into a manageable chronic condition. When ART is working effectively, HIV cannot be transmitted. This allows people with HIV to live fuller lives without the fear of
Think tank and election advocacy group, the Election Resource Centre (ERC) has called for inclusive and extensive stakeholder consultations on the delimitation exercise in the context of elections.
Delimitation in this context is the fixing of electoral boundaries, the process of dividing the country into constituencies
By Delicious Mathuthu
One of the local residents associations in Gweru, Gweru United Progressive Residents and Ratepayers Development Association (GUPRARDA) has began a three year programme seeking to empower and mobilise residents into actively participating in governance and service delivery issues in the city.
Working with six
High Court Judge Justice Jester Helena Charewa has stopped Chipinge Rural District Council (CRDC) from expropriating communal land belonging to some Chipinge villagers by interdicting the local authority from urbanising Kondo Communal Lands without following due process.
The villagers resorted to instituting legal action by filing
One of the country’s emerging automotive industry players, Exquisite Cars Limited has reinforced its commitment to bring iconic vehicle brands into the local market with the official launch of its state of the art showroom along Tongogara road in Harare this past week.
With its high
High Court judge Justice Munangati Manongwa has stayed the trial proceedings of Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) members Joana Mamombe and Cecelia Chimbiri pending hearing of their challenge against the dismissal of their application for discharge.
Mamombe and Chimbiri had applied for discharge after the State
By Victor Bhoroma
The successful re-opening of the Cold Storage Company (CSC) as CSC-Boustead Beef on the 18th of August 2022 marks a new chapter in one of the country’s oldest state entities which had been closed for 22 years and a drop of success in
Teacher unions under the banner of the Federation of Zimbabwe Educators Unions (FOZEU) have scoffed at the latest 25 percent USD component salary increment saying they are ready to listen to a genuine offer by the government.
In a statement, FOZEU threatened unspecified ‘robust action’ that