By Farai Dauramanzi
Residents of Manicaland will receive free surgical treatment from Indian surgeons in the first half of May 2015 courtesy of Rotary International’s Medical Mission project.
The 25 specialist surgeons from India will perform more than 1000 eye, dental, gynecology and heart surgeries at Mutare
The series of tweets below got us thinking about an article Ranga Mberi wrote last year about how the media and people in general use numbers to shape their version of events.
Last year July, the MDC held a huge rally on the eve
The Social Entrepreneurship Bootcamp is a six-month structured bootcamp geared toward young social entrepreneurs across southern Africa. Bootcamp participants will gain the skills, tools and capital needed to launch a successful social enterprise. They’ll also have access to local and international experts, mentors and networks.
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The most awaited movie of 2014 has been given the greenlight and is finally being released in Bulawayo. Qiniso features some of Bulawayo’s fiercest talents such as Lady Tshawe, Boky Enn, Anelisi Maliki, Philani A Nyoni, Thorne, Arthur Makoane, Gilmore T Moyo, Leroy M. Ndlovu
By Alex T. Magaisa
When Zimrights, one of Zimbabwe’s oldest civil society organisations, awarded a human rights defender award to Zanu PF MP and war-veteran, Joseph Chinotimba towards Christmas, I thought the organisation may have been overwhelmed by the spirit of goodwill that comes with the
Victory Siyanqoba Trust is set to embark on a grassroots constitutional awareness and literacy programme on Thursday this week at Indlovu Youth Centre in Tshabalala.
The Trust is a non-political youthful-innovative community based arts organization with five years’ experience in designing, devising, hosting, implementing and managing
By Staff Reporter
The state of roads in Bulawayo has worsened in the last few weeks since the onset of the rainfall season amid complaints from motorists that the pothole riddled roads were causing damage to their vehicles.
The local authority has been on record admitting that
By Watmore Makokoba
Mvurwi Town Council has made tremendous strides in winning the war that had given several town councils nightmares. The war on waste management courtesy of 53 grannies who have volunteered to sweep the city and monitor littering .Today Mvurwi stands outshining other even bigger
By Nicholas Nhede
HARARE - The Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Lazarus Dokora has said lack of financial resources in Zimbabwe has restricted his ministry’s effort to establish some 2,096 primary and secondary schools which are required to curb the deficiency of schools affecting the
I am a Zimbabwean and I have decided to leave the country!!! Yes, you heard that right, I have decided to leave the country!!
But first things first.
My name is Jimmy, and I am an ICT Professional (