While digital technology is threatening to diminish the role of intermediaries in African agriculture, there are signs that smart intermediaries will be around for some time. Although it is spreading connectivity among farmers, traders, consumers and policy makers, digital technology will always need people who
FreeZim Congress led by South African based businessman, Joseph Busha is rolling out income generating projects to female party members as a way of bolstering their participation in the 2018 elections.
Close to 100 women from the party's 10 provincial committees were in Harare to attend
ZanuPF Secretary for Legal Affairs, Patrick Chinamasa has poured cold water on a possible coalition and a transitional arrangement with the opposition in wake of President Robert Mugabe's recall from the party.
Speaking to 263Chat after the party's Extra Ordinary Central Committee, Chinamasa said there was
It's electric in the Central Business District where thousands of people are marching in support of action taken by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces who on Tuesday staged a "soft coup" against President Robert Mugabe. People marched from Fourth Street to Freedom Square where the crowd
With speculations from the ongoing negotiations at the state house going round that President Robert Mugabe is refusing to step down, the generality of Zimbabweans have not lost hope of the fact that their 93 year old leader's days in office are over.
Since Tuesday morning
Zimbabwe's military on Friday said it was "engaging" with President Robert Mugabe, in its first public statement since seizing power two days ago and placing the long-time leader under house arrest.
On Friday, the Herald newspaper, a government mouthpiece, reported the Zimbabwe Defence Forces as saying
Movement for Democratic Change leader, Morgan Tsvangirai has on Thursday reiterated calls for President Robert Mugabe to step down from his position to pave way for an all inclusive transitional government.
Tsvangirai who was addressing journalists at his Highlands residency following a meeting by the party's
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres delivers a speech during the 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP) climate talks in Bonn, Germany, on Wednesday. (AP)
HARARE, Zimbabwe: The United Nations says Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is appealing for “calm, non-violence and restraint” in Zimbabwe.
UN deputy spokesman Farhan Haq
That Robert Mugabe divides opinion is not contestable. Whatever views anyone possesses about him, what can never be taken away from Mugabe are his liberation and dictatorship credentials.
By Patson Dzamara
The past 10 days saw Zimbabwe lurching from one monumental event to another, inscribing an indelible
Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) has called for an inclusive transitional government to help the country address the current economic impasse obtaining in the country.
Addressing a press conference in Harare on Wednesday, War Veterans Secretary General, Victor Matemadanda said the current economic situation