Following his meeting with President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Rwanda, Ivory Coast and Chelsea football legend Didier Drogba has announced that he will soon visit Zimbabwe.
The decorated footballer who was among high profile guests invited to Rwanda to name 20 baby gorillas at the18th edition of
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has been urged to speed up the delimitation process ahead of the 2023 elections, the failure of which will result in the country using boundaries set in 2008.
The delimitation process was last done in 2008 despite there being provisions in
HIGH Court Judges Justice Owen Tagu and Justice Rogers Manyangadze will on 6 September 2022 hear and make a determination on an application filed by a Zimbabwean clergyman Pastor Abinel Mukaro, who is challenging the exorbitant levying of court user fees, which has the effect of impeding him from accessing
Heads of industry meet this week from Wednesday to Friday in Harare for the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industry (CZI) annual congress with spotlight on the US$ 300 million line of credit to the manufacturing sector set to be launched.
The industry body in partnership with Loita
Vinayak Bhardwaj, Johns Hopkins University
Zimbabwe and South Africa share a 225 km common border. There is only one official border crossing, at Beitbridge. An estimated 15,000 migrants and refugees from Zimbabwe and other countries cross daily either through the official border post or at illegal
Hospitality association, FEDHASA, has welcomed the announcement by Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi extending the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) for a further six months to June 30, 2023.
The South African Government had decided not to renew the permits when they expired in December 2021 but, initially agreed to
Ben Wellings, Monash University
The United Kingdom now has its third ever female prime minister. Liz Truss was elected as leader by grassroots members of the Conservatives to lead the party – and hence the nation – on a platform that positioned her as the continuity
REGINA, Saskatchewan (AP) — Canadian police searched on Monday for two men suspected of stabbing 10 people to death in an Indigenous community and a nearby town, as the massive manhunt following one of the nation’s deadliest mass killings entered its second day.
Authorities have said
Kudakwashe Vanyoro, University of the Witwatersrand
A political storm has erupted in South Africa after a video went viral showing the health minister for the Limpopo province – which borders Zimbabwe – berating a Zimbabwean woman who was seeking healthcare. Responses have been divided. Some have
Teachers have vowed to embark on a go-slow as opposed to a full-blown strike to protest against victimization of educators by state security agents over their paltry salaries.
Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe president Obert Masaraure said teachers are receiving threats from suspected state agents,