…as Zim builds US$26,4m COVID-19 war chest THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged the African continent to brace for the worst
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SULTRY songstress Vimbai Zimuto yesterday said her forthcoming single Kupakichwa — scheduled for release next week —was meant to be a soundtrack
The launch of the National Renewable Energy Policy (NREP) and the Bio-fuels Policy of Zimbabwe represents a major milestone in our country’s efforts to catalyse the transition to renewable energy — a key step in the attainment of Strategic Development Goal (SDG) number 7, which seeks to ensure universal energy access to all. It is […]
Joseph Madzimure and Nesia Mhaka PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday launched two energy policies, effectively setting the tone for the development and sustainable exploitation of renewable energy. The National Renewable Energy policy and Biofuels policy of Zimbabwe seek to promote optimal supply and utilisation of energy for socio-economic development. Government is seeking to prioritise the exploitation of […]
ONE year after Cyclone Idai devastated parts of Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, tens of thousands of people are still living in appalling
The new coronavirus global pandemic has seen more than 200 000 people infected, of whom more than 80 000 are already fully recovered, more than 8 000 have died and more than 110 000 are still being treated, with ever more joining the recovered group every day.
TURIN. — Italian giants Juventus are currently putting manager Maurizio Sarri, who smokes up to 60 cigarettes a day, under a special protection regime as the coronavirus break continues to create havoc at the Serie A club.
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday had a hectic programme here during which he commissioned Nyakomba Irrigation Scheme in the morning before addressing a rally at Bumhira Secondary School in the afternoon.
Parliament yesterday adjourned for seven weeks and suspended all international travel and public hearings as part of national precautions against coronavirus which causes Covid-19 while cities and municipalities speeded up plans to prepare suitable isolation facilities.