Touts in Harare have vowed to remain on the streets in the face of renewed efforts from authorities to remove them.
Council has over the years been engaged in running battles with touts whom they accuse of causing unnecessary congestion by loading kombis at undesignated points
By Staff Reporter
A public notice by the Bulawayo City Council that it will shoot down stray dogs has left residents in the city divided.
The local authority noted that there was an increase in the number of dogs infected with rabies.
"The City of Bulawayo has noted
The National Youth Development Trust (NYDT) has welcomed the move by the Ministry of Youth Indigenisation and Economic Development to revive the national youth fund after reviewing its weaknesses.
The Minister of Youth Indigenisation and Economic Development, Chris Mushowe declared that he is in the final
Member of Parliament for Kuwadzana East, Nelson Chamisa has labelled remarks by the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Lazarus Dokora that school children should be authorised to use ICT gadgets as similar to terrorist campaign.
Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dokora ignited a controversy early
Dozens of Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) members today disrupted a press conference that was organised by the organisation’s president.
Close to 30 demonstrators interrupted the press conference, urging the President to stop personalising the students’ movement.
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The President who was supposed to
LOCAL Winery, Bushman Rock Estate, has partnered with Island Hospice and Healthcare (Island) to host their annual Vintage affair in a bid to raise funds for the organisation. Proceeds from the Vintage Affair will go to Island programs that deliver palliative services to; patients living
Here’s the link of selected tweets from this week’s #263Chat on 24 Feb 2015 re Dyslexia in Zim
Till next week…please continue to have the discussion. Let’s keep talking
Sheer Publishing has expressed its interest in engaging with local artistes as a way of improving artistes’ global visibility.
Speaking at a colourful artists round table discussion held in the capital yesterday, David Alexander, the Managing Director of Sheer Publishing said that his organisation is grateful
By Perry Munzwembiri
It was always going to be about whether Chris Gayle showed up for the party. And show up he did, in destructive form! Hurricane Gayle bludgeoned Zimbabwe's bowling attack at the Manuka Oval on Tuesday on his way to a record double century. The
By Lawrence Hoba
I am 31. I am born-free, and as if that is not enough, I still feel that I have nine years before life really starts. I mean, there is still some time for me to lose myself, forget the world and change nothing before