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By Admin Aug. 26, 2022

All set for NAAZ junior championships

The championship will be used to select athletes that will represent the country at the upcoming World Junior Championships and Youth Olympics.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Mataya confident ahead of IMMAF Africa Championships

A total of 57 athletes from nine countries will participate in the continental championships which are running from April 28-30 at the EFC Arena in South Africa

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Mzansi singers jet in for The Vine collabo

The 12-track album titled The Great Physician will end the Harare-based musical group’s four-year sabbatical having dropped its debut album titled Musandipfuure in 2018.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Mataya through to the IMMAF Africa championship semis

Mataya fought in the seventh bout on the opening day of the developmental continental championship which is being hosted by Mixed Martial Arts South Africa (MMASA), in partnership with the EFC Performance Institute.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Court concedes to Mupfumira’s request

Mupfumira is facing a charge of criminal abuse of office. The former minister, who is being represented by Admire Rubaya, filed an application at the High Court seeking a review of magistrate Ngoni Nduna’s ruling dismissing her application for discharge at the close of the State case.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Zipra cries foul over vetting process

They were vetted last month in a very chaotic process which resulted in a female ex-combatant Nomathani Moyo (66) dying in a queue in Elangeni Training Centre in Bulawayo awaiting her turn to be vetted.

By Admin Apr. 29, 2022

Half of Zim teens loafers – report

The Unicef report said the government spent only 13,1% of the national budget towards education against 20% global recommendation.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

DeMbare in defensive crisis

The Harare giants have been without Tinotenda Muringai who picked a knee injury preparing for the Independence Trophy final clash against Highlanders.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Lessons from Rhodesia’s import substitution

Rhodesia faced serious sanctions, but the country rapidly developed notwithstanding.  During Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) Rhodesian list of import substituted goods increased from 300 to 6 000 products. We must learn from that.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Man jailed 20 years for killing girlfriend

Sarah Munhu’s body was found lying on the roadside on the morning of August 11, 2017, a day after the gruesome murder.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Japan donates US$740K towards COVID-19 support

The fund, availed through United Nations (UN) Women, seeks to enhance access to COVID-19 testing and vaccination as well as awareness of the respiratory disease to over 103,210 women in the two districts.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Feature: Zim’s tobacco rebounds amid worries over health, labour

Tobacco is on a rebound in this southern African nation where production plummeted from a peak of 260 million kilogrammes (290 000 tonnes) in 1998 to less than 50 million kilogrammes (60 000 tonnes) a decade later following the eviction of several thousand white farmers who accounted for the majority of growers.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022

Test: Former mine workers cry foul over packages

One of the retrenchees, who requested anonymity, confirmed that they had not received their packages since July.
By Admin Aug. 29, 2022

Lack of title deeds trigger informal settlements

Comaliso, however, said most illegal and informal settlers were ignorant and had no basic knowledge of their property rights.
By Admin Aug. 29, 2022

Opaque Chinese deals: Mthuli taken to task

So, if you subtract US$152 million from US$2,7 billion, it does not give you US$1,7 billion but about US$2,6 billion,” Biti queried during Wednesday’s question.
By Admin Aug. 29, 2022

Inaugural Zim investor indaba highlights

Scores of business leaders, economists and top ranking government officials also attended the conference
By Admin Sep. 2, 2022

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By Admin Sep. 2, 2022

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By Admin and Hstv Radio and The Standard and Theindependent Aug. 12, 2022

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The site offers a wide variety of banking options, including credit cards and cryptocurrency.
By Admin Sep. 1, 2022

Deadly attack targets Somalia food convoy

The al-Qaeda-linked militants want to overthrow the central government.
By Admin Sep. 4, 2022

Kenya's top court to rule on disputed presidential election

Kenyatta prevailed in a re-run that Odinga boycotted.
By Admin Sep. 4, 2022

Ukraine's Zelenskiy warns Europeans to brace for bleak winter

IAEA experts are expected to continue working at the plant until at least Monday, Rogov was quoted as saying.
By Admin Sep. 4, 2022

USD fees: Govt policy failure hurting parents

Government’s policy inconsistency is now a real source of misery for many parents as schools reopen today.
By Admin Sep. 5, 2022

Just imagining what UNFCCC COP27 may look like in 2022

Now that the stage is set for full-scale fossil fuel burning, one wonders what the language at COP27 would be like.
By Admin Sep. 5, 2022

Rights groups demand action against China after release of UN report on Xinjiang

A group of 60 Uyghur organizations from 20 countries are calling for an immediate response to put an end to atrocities against Uyghurs
By Admin Sep. 8, 2022

Long COVID's link to suicide: scientists warn of hidden crisis

Sher said pain disorders in general were a very strong of predictor of suicide, as was inflammation in the brain, which several studies have linked with long COVID.
By Admin Sep. 8, 2022

Zimparks, IFAW partnership allows wildlife to flourish in Hwange National Park

A big lioness took its position under the cool shed of massive tree on the edge of a watering hole
By Admin Sep. 4, 2022

Graham Potter announced as Chelsea's new head coach

Chelsea have announced Graham Potter as their head coach after his departure from Brighton.
By Admin Sep. 8, 2022

Govt must just allow market forces to determine producer prices

FOR quite some time now, rarely has government pleasantly surprised us with some good policy pronouncement.
By Admin Sep. 9, 2022