By Farai Dauramanzi
Walking in Harare’s CBD one might be tempted to conclude that the City is experiencing an outbreak of rodents such as rats, flies, mosquitoes and fleas due to the high number of pesticide sellers who will be doing business at street corners.
By Trevor Makonyonga
A group of school leavers has come up with a self-sustained organisation called Helping Hands to help orphans and the vulnerable in rural and peri-urban areas.
The organisation, Helping Hands, is aimed at helping orphans and the vulnerable children with vital needs like clothing,
By Walter Wanyanya
Ngoma Nehosho is proud to kick off the first of many artist development workshops. Ngoma Nehosho is geared to not only to put up shows and events that will see artists and their audiences enjoy the very best possible in entertainment but to also
I am a "Born Free", which means I was born after Zimbabwean Independence in April 1980. Unlike my parents I have never known what it is like to have my movements within my homeland or my dress code in Town dictated by my race. I
By Trevor Makonyonga
The Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Professor Jonathan Moyo, on Thursday engaged the general public on social networking sites where he answered various political questions posed to him.
In his capacity as Ministry of Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment in the previous
By Philemon Jambaya
In the face of challenges such as gender discrimination and sexual abuse, female students at the country’s tertiary institutions through Female Student Network (FSN) have intensified female leadership training to curb the imbalances that subsist between male and female students.
The move by FSN
Top American entrepreneurs and mentors have hailed the country’s economic step-up saying that it offers entrepreneurs opportunities to start businesses.
This was revealed during a one day workshop hosted at Hypercube Hub.
The 263Chat event was attended by local and international entrepreneurs from across the globe. The
As one draws near the ghost and shanty Mbare Musika bus terminus, the sound of groaning and hissing buses start to grow louder and louder.Each time a bus screech to a stop, a mob of excited vendors outstrip each other racing to the grating bus