Philippe Burger, University of the Free State
The Financial Action Task Force has placed South Africa on a list of countries under increased monitoring, commonly known as the grey list, after it failed to address all of the shortcomings on money laundering and the financing of
If you are a football fan, you must have come across a site lately that is https://papa-score.com/. Since its inception, the site has been creating a buzz. If you wonder what is the reason for that, there are actually a bunch of them and today
The Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) has raised concern over the number of tertiary students who are deferring studies due to exorbitant fees at various institutions of learning in the country.
Yesterday, students at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) staged a demonstration against
Harare Magistrate Court has granted ZWL$100 000 bail to former National Railways of Zimbabwe of Zimbabwe (NRZ) top engineer Phillip Chifamba who is facing corruption charges.
The court also ordered Chifamba to surrender his passport, reside at the given address and not interfere with
Organisers of the highly anticipated gospel show featuring Minister GUC have announced a change of venue.
The show, originally scheduled to take place at the Celebration Centre, will now be held at Belgravia Sports Club on 18 April 2023.
According to the organisers, the change in venue
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has released the 2023 season fixtures with two stadiums condemned for failing to meet the minimum stadium requirements.
In a statement, PSL Communications and liaison officer Kudzai Bare said the 2023 season will commence on March 18.
“The 2023 Castle Lager Premier
The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has blasted civil servants representative body, the APEX Council and other teacher union organisations for colluding to suppress salary demands by civil servants.
ARTUZ is therefore mulling a nationwide indefinite strike by teachers starting tomorrow demanding a US$1260
West Property and its CEO Mr Ken Sharpe received seals of excellence last Friday dominating the Zimbabwe Business Awards ceremony held at Crown Plaza.
Chief operating officer Mrs Tatiana Ellis was also in line to receive the national award for top businesswoman of the year.
Buoyed by the recent survey results that tipped them to win the forthcoming elections, opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has ruled out any prospects of joining forces with other political parties under a coalition arrangement.
Prior to the 2018 elections, political formations united under
A report by the Institute for Poverty Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS) and the University of Western Cape on the formalisation of customary land has called for the drafting of a new Customary Land Act to balance the power of families living on customary land.