THE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has angered human rights activists after saying it was in the dark as to when
BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA Zanu PF is currently compiling a list of graduate teachers who will undergo the Herbert Chitepo Ideological School training
GOVERNMENT has said that Ntabazinduna traditional leader Chief Nhlanhlayemangwe Ndiweni was dethroned procedurally because he was not the legitimate heir to the
Local Government minister July Moyo has appointed an engineering consultant to help Chiredzi Town Council resolve its perennial water challenges.
By Danai Nesta Kupemba “I DIED for this country,” is a running joke in my family; something my father says whenever Heroes’
BULAWAYO residents have accused some retail shop owners of abusing the subsidised mealie-meal facility by forcing consumers to buy other goods in
CORRUPTION and mismanagement of the agricultural sector are the major drivers of food shortages in Zimbabwe, where over 7,7 million people urgently
China has pledged to support Zimbabwe in the quest to improve lives of its people.
Zimbabwe is now, for the first time, assembling computers and other technological gadgets locally following the establishment of Zimbabwe Technology Company (ZITCO).