I started MSU with $50: Ex vice-chancellor
Bhebhe said he had to put up with excessive interference from some officials in the late former President Robert Mugabe’s government.
By Stephen Chadenga Mar. 21, 2023
Graduates sing the blues
Speaking to NewsDay, a number of unemployed graduates said they have now resorted to menial jobs like cleaning and vending, or other informal trades to earn a living.
By Patricia Sibanda Jan. 26, 2023
MSU pathology centre opens
The higher learning institution said clients could pay for services in cash (in both the local currency and the United States dollar), mobile money, swipe and medical aid.
By Stephen Chadenga Jan. 12, 2023
Feature: Feared Nyau dancers try to change public image
Members hope that the more people learn about the true identity of Gule Wamkulu, the more easily they will recognize the copiers.
By VOA Nov. 29, 2022
JSC succumbs to Team Pachedu pressure
In less than a day, the website had been pulled down again and Team Pachedu alleged that JSC had failed to delete everything connecting it to Machemedze.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Nov. 29, 2022
The state of football in Zimbabwe
Football must not be viewed as a pastime or just as a physical activity where people just gather and interact.
By Joseph Nkani Nov. 5, 2022
‘Tourism on the rebound’
Rwodzi said areas like Gokwe in the Midlands province had the potential to boost local tourism.
By Stephen Chadenga Sep. 20, 2022
Feature: Zim-A country at yet another crossroads
Others insist the prices are a clear sign of real seismic challenges underlying the Zimbabwean economy.
By Nelson Chenga Sep. 9, 2022
Gold Mafia: Mnangagwa’s ‘cornered’ allies speak
Nedbank posts 311%
Shady characters scramble for Zanu PF poll tickets
News in depth: ‘Going green’: Zimbabwe sets tone for renewable energy revolution in the region