Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has commended tourism industry players for their efforts in reviving the sector from the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This comes after the “We Are Victoria Falls”, a local stakeholder initiative aimed at buttressing industry viability by working closely with the
Local election advocacy group, the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) has implored youth to actively participate in the country’s electoral processes in line with the national Constitution.
In a message to commemorate the 21st February National Youth Day, ZESN called on youths to exercise their constitutional
Tuberculosis (TB) is the ninth leading cause of death worldwide, ranking above HIV/AIDS. Globally, 10.6 million people developed TB while an estimated 1.6 million people died of TB in 2021 alone. Despite progress made in the last two decades, the incidence of TB is not
A United States based documentary and filmmaker Griffin Hammond has praised Zimbabwean film makers saying their energy and passion only needs government support to take the industry far.
In an interview with 263Chat last week, Hammond who was in the country for workshops with journalists and
ZESN said youth deserve much more in the political space aside from being used for mobilization purposes within their parties.
Finance and Economic Development Minister, Professor Mthuli Ncube believes Zimbabwe's lithium reserves could be substantially larger than currently believed if additional exploration were to be conducted.
Zimbabwe has the largest lithium deposits in Africa but remains largely under explored. The Bikita Minerals has the country's largest lithium
Residents of Alaska in Chinhoyi have petitioned the Makonde District Medical Officer over the shortage of medical personnel and equipment at the local Alaska Clinic.
The petition by Chinhoyi residents comes at a time when the country’s health system is facing serious shortage of medical equipment
Son to the late former President Robert Mugabe, Robert Junior has been arrested on charges of malicious damage to property and assaulting a police officer.
According to a source close to the developments, Robert Junior is currently detained at Avondale police station and set to appear
Political intolerance has reached high levels, and the tense environment has the potential to brew more violence and electoral malpractices in the coming months
In Zimbabwe, however, coal contributes significantly to the national power grid and environmentalists predict that it will be difficult to do away with thermal power.