Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has banned a fan from all cricket activities for five years after he unsuccessfully tried to influence a Zimbabwe international player to get involved in a spot-fixing deal.
Edward Walter Mupangano, a 27-year-old cricket fan from Harare who in the past also had
Opposition legislators have denounced the proposed Electoral Amendment Bill that is currently before Parliament saying there was no consultation and input from election stakeholders including observer missions and pressure groups.
Speaking during debating of the second reading of the Bill in Parliament yesterday, Mutare Central legislator
Journalists have been called upon to play a role in facilitating engagement with the broad national audience to promote peace and shape the discourse around transitional justice.
Speaking to journalists at an interface organised by the National Transitional Justice Working Group (NTJWG) in Harare Friday, Media
As pictures suspected to be of Gokwe-Nembudziya legislator, Justice Mayor Wadyajena with fashion stylist Natalie Mhandu near the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France on Valentine's Day, spread across the internet, a wave contention has ensued.
Outspoken Norton MP Temba Mliswa has taken to Twitter
Local pediatric cancer patients support organisation Kidzcan Zimbabwe has urged parents to be on the lookout for signs and symptoms of cancer in their children.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) cancer has become a leading cause of death among children, with majority of the
The International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF) announced it has been awarded a US$700,000 (A$1 million) grant from the Judith Neilson Foundation, which will be used to strengthen its ‘Akashinga - Nature Protected by Women’ program in Zimbabwe. The program, which has been a catalyst for change
All is set for a week of thrilling cricket as Zimbabwe’s provincial sides tussle it out in the 2022/23 Domestic Twenty20 Competition that gets underway on Monday, with a total of 17 matches to be played at two venues in Harare.
The national academy side Lions
City of Harare has announced that production of water at its plants is still low, urging residents to use the precious liquid sparingly.
Harare has been hit by water shortages for weeks, a situation that has affected the city amid fears of outbreak of waterborne
The City of Harare says it’s parking services entity City Parking has not been given powers to arrest traffic offenders in the Central business district.
Harare has intensified efforts to bring sanity within the CBD including mandating City Parking marshals power to clamp and fine traffic
Johannesburg 16 February 2023- In a world where specialization is often celebrated, Tinotenda Masomera stands out as a true Renaissance man. He is a media entrepreneur, photographer, and attorney all rolled into one, a rare combination of talents that has made him one of the