President Emmerson Mnangagwa has cancelled his state visit to Cuba following high warnings of a tropical storm which is likely to cause floods in the Caribbean region.
Tropical Storm Ian is expected to track near the Cayman Islands and western Cuba Monday into Tuesday.
After more than a year of battling out in the courts, justice has finally been served and the true personalities of Gilad Shabtai and Gonyora have been exposed after the High Court found the two guilty of defrauding Adlecraft Investments to the tune of US$1,
By Charles Dzimwasha
Local residents associations under the banner of Residents Associations Coalition for Electoral Reforms (RACER) has expressed anger over the lack of transparency, accountability and responsiveness among elected leadership which has seen limited access to basic services and the deterioration of service provision in
The ZSE extended gains for the third day running to close the week stronger on the back of a resurgence in positive market sentiment after 11 straight losses.
Analysts suggest that the rebound on ZSE could be attributed to Treasury hard stance on payment of its
SuperSport viewers on DStv will be counting down the days to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, with the tournament set to run from 20 November to 18 December and provide the most thrilling distillation of ‘The Beautiful Game’.
DStv is the only true home
Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has cranked the heat on Government seeking the latter to implement recommendations made from the Motlanthe Commission of Inquiry.
Six people namely Challenge Tauro (20), Jealous Chikandira (21), Brian Zhuwawo (26), Ishmael Kumire (41), Gavin-Dean Charles (45) and Sylvia Maphosa (53)
If you have recovered from COVID-19 but are still experiencing some symptoms, you could have what is known as a post-COVID condition.
This is also referred to as "long COVID" sometimes. Here is what you need to know about long covid.
According to Dr. Janet
By Victor Bhoroma
A cloud of uncertainty prevails on Zimbabwe’s foreign exchange market as the country draws closer to the harmonized elections scheduled before August 2023. The disparity between the market exchange rate for foreign currency and the manipulated formal exchange rate tells a story of
By John Cassim
Harare – At least 150 rural schools in Zimbabwe are expected to benefit from a US$ 2 Million funding by the United Kingdom through a pilot solarization project that has already kicked off.
The solarization project dovetails into the country’s education transformation agenda that
By Tendai Makaripe
To some, he is a mindless traitor, a “mentally unstable scum” who has betrayed his roots.
The Israeli blogosphere has unleashed a flurry of vitriol on the first person of Jewish origin to be elected to the Revolutionary Council of the Palestinian Fatah