The People’s Own Savings Bank (POSB) has unveiled its prepaid and debit cards which are set to enable its customers to seamlessly transact in both the domestic and international markets through a partnership with Mastercard, a global payment technology company.
The project involves a local leading
Former opposition activists who defected to the ruling Zanu PF party have been given the greenlight to contest in the revolutionary party’s primary elections slated for this Saturday.
The primary elections were scheduled for last Saturday, however due to an overwhelming response from prospective candidates the
A former employee of ZiFM Stereo, known by the Twitter handle @ThembiTerry, has taken to social media to recount her experience of workplace bullying by a popular presenter at the radio station.
The incident was brought to light in her response to a tweet questioning
A witness who testified during the trial of the incarcerated Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala confirmed that the combative politician was in his rural area on the day of the alleged offence.
Sikhala is facing charges of obstruction of justice with the state accusing him of
Former Finance Minister and opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Harare East legislator Tendai Biti has described the recent 100 percent civil servant salary increment as ‘cheap populist expenditure’.
Recently, treasury approved a 100 percent remuneration for civil servants from deputy director and below for all
Teacher union organisations have castigated the salary increment announced by the Government yesterday saying the move was an indicator of unfair labor practices.
Government unilaterally announced a 100 percent salary increment for civil servants despite ongoing negotiations between the workers.
In a statement, the Progressive Teachers
Zimbabwe will immediately commence mobilization of relief assistance in the form of foodstuffs, construction material and clothing to victims of cyclone Freddy in Malawi following a cabinet directive.
Nearly 363,000 people have been displaced across flood-affected areas and Malawian authorities reported on Saturday that the death
The series of meetings in Kadoma by the bank was part of a broader national drive that has already seen similar engagements in major centres such as Bulawayo, Mutare and Masvingo, with senior officials of NBS interacting with key stakeholders.
Music lovers have told hip-hop prodigy Holy Ten that his current marital troubles are repercussions for insulting revered Zimdancehall chanter Winky D, unprovoked.
The bad blood between the two artists started after their collaboration on Winky D's latest album, "Eureka Eureka." Holy Ten claimed that he
South Africa-based cleric who is notorious for his accurate predictions of numerous celebrity deaths in the region, Prophet Mellontik Orasi, has shared his comments on Hip Hop star Holy Ten's recent marriage to Kimberly Richards.
Taking to social media, Orasi stated that Holy Ten's marriage is