The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) has called on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to expedite and decentralize the voter registration process so that people in hard-to-reach areas can be catered for.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent movement has raised concern over the levels of food insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa saying the continuation of the trends will leave more people at risk in the coming months.
In a statement, the humanitarian movement said there is need
“I have been watching, listening. . I have had so many people inbox me wanting to have the ”last laugh” with me.
Truth be told there is no last laugh in situations like this. I am heartbroken for Felistas. Everyone is in pursuit of happiness and
The Tobacco Industry Marketing Board (TIMB) has de-registered 37 000 growers from producing tobacco this year on strong suspicion of side-marketing last season after they failed to deliver at any tobacco auction and contract selling points.
The move has been taken to protect the industry from
The Expo, taking place at the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre in Bulawayo from 13 – 15 October 2022, will be the first in-person meeting since Covid-19 was declared a pandemic on 11 March 2020.
Residents associations under the banner of Residents Associations Coalition for Electoral Reforms (RACER) have expressed concern over the capacity of some elected leaders occupying public offices saying they are pursuing self-enrichment at the expense of service delivery.
Speaking during a media briefing in Harare, RACER
A recent Afrobarometer survey indicated that young Zimbabweans are less likely to register to vote than their elders ahead of the 2023 harmonised elections.
According to the survey large majorities of Zimbabweans say they are registered to vote and intend to cast their ballots in the elections.
After the business reported a profit for the year of ZW$ 1.45 billion in historical terms, sugar processor Star Africa Corporation says it will withhold dividend to its shareholders for the year ended March 2022 and save cash for an expensive plant and equipment maintenance
Teachers have laughed off the USD $25 salary increment highlighting that it was an insult to hardworking government employees.
In an interview with a local publication, Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) Dr Takavafira Zhou said the 25 percent salary increment for civil servants fell short
Econet Wireless Zimbabwe has so far rewarded more than 60 customers with various prizes ranging from refrigerators, gas stoves and smartphones and airtime in its US$150 000 “Smart Buddies Promotion”.
The lucky winners were rewarded after recharging their mobile phones with at least US$1 airtime per