HARARE – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomes an US$8.7 million contribution from the United States to power its resilience building activities for more than 65,000 people in five food insecure communities for the next six months.
The contribution, provided through the United States
Amalgamated Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) national spokesperson Obert Masaraure has expressed concerns over the proposed Teachers Professional Council (TPC) Bill, accusing the government of using deceptive tactics to regulate the teaching profession.
Yesterday, Cabinet announced the proposed Bill which was aimed at dealing with quality
The European Union (EU) and United Nations (UN) Women hosted the 5th edition of the #HeForShe Impact Summit in Harare on May 31, 2023. The summit brought together government officials, diplomats, UN agency representatives, business leaders, civil society organizations, and youth activists to reaffirm their
The convicted leader of the opposition Transform Zimbabwe party, Jacob Ngarivhume, is set to approach the High Court of Harare for bail pending appeal.
Ngarivhume's lawyers, Professor Lovemore Madhuku and Moses Nkomo, are challenging both his sentence and conviction after Magistrate Feresi Chakanyuka sentenced him to
President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced Wednesday that Zimbabwe will hold general elections on August 23, 2023
Mnangagwa made the announcement in a government gazette where he also set June 21 as the date for the sitting of the nomination court for prospective candidates to register.
He set October
Telecommunications giant, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe plunged into a ZW$ 17 billion loss for the year ended February 2023 succumbing to a cocktail of operational challenges including energy shortages, vandalism and sub-optimal tariffs.
In its full year financial results, the group said alternative energy sources immensely upped
Benin, Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Tanzania are on course to post some of the strongest economic growth rates globally - a show of resilience in the face of troubling global headwinds.
Seth Onyango, bird story agencyA robust combination of domestic policy reforms, increased investment and
Zimbabwe's foreign ministry on Tuesday summoned the United States' diplomat in Harare over a Twitter post in which the embassy encouraged Zimbabweans to register to vote in the country's upcoming elections.
The post, which was shared by the US embassy in Harare, urged Zimbabweans to "make
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa has slammed the involvement of ruling Zanu PF linked organisation Forever Associates of Zimbabwe (FAZ) in the country's electoral process.
Chamisa made the remarks after visiting Kuwadzana Constituency to inspect the voters' roll.
Chamisa voiced his fears about
The Zimbabwe dollar has been experiencing a rapid decline, with its value currently hovering around ZW$ 3,700 against the US dollar, inching closer to the ZW$ 4,000 threshold.