…A ready to use solution inside our borders Mirirai Nsingo FIFTY-YEAR old Peter (not his real name) has been working as a truck driver for over 30-years now. He has spent more years in his truck, which has become home, away from his house. For a driver that travels between South Africa and Zimbabwe, the […]
Latwell Nyangu, H-Metro Reporter University of Zimbabwe students have come up with a magazine titled The Wheel which chronicles young people’s success stories. The initiative will help to propel all the students across the country and beyond. Founder and brand coordinator Patrick Tinashe Ndowa said they are targeting all the students both locally and abroad. […]
Structural works on the imposing six-storey Parliament Building in Mount Hampden sitting on a 70-metre platform above the scenic surrounding area, symbolically projecting legislative supremacy, are 100 percent complete, save for finishing internal and external undertakings.
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has said the Government is considering an employment insurance scheme for workers as part of measures to mitigate the impact of global pandemics and consequent loss of jobs in future.
Zesa has fired eight top managers, demoted two and suspended three while the other is serving three months’ notice pending dismissal over malpractices picked up in the forensic audit published last year.
Most people in urban areas are visiting shebeens, receiving uncleared visitors from outside the country and venturing into public areas without face masks in violation of measures put in place to prevent Covid-19 which has killed thousands of people across the globe.
Access to information is a right provided for in the Constitution and Government is committed to ensuring its enjoyment by citizens.
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa will have no sacred cows in the fight against corruption with the Tuesday sacking of a Cabinet minister testimony of his stance to uproot the cancerous vice, a senior Government official and political analysts have said.
Eighteen health workers in the same ward at the United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) have tested positive for Covid-19 after a man admitted as a patient earlier tested positive.
A SINISTER plot by opposition political parties to roll out demonstrations, ostensibly to register concerns with the state of the economy, but really to cause regime change on July 31, with covert support of foreign nations, will not be tolerated as the country is still under a lockdown, a top Government official has said.