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Zim agrees to a 10-year fish farming roadmap

“Tilapia farming can be a driver of our countries’ inclusive growth.”
By The Fish Site Nov. 23, 2022

Commonwealth readmission will not solve Zim’s problems, but its leaders can

Attributing what seem to be deep-seated problems to “mistrust” is putting it mildly to say the least.
By Newsday Nov. 19, 2022

2 Zimbos, 5 SA police crime gang nabbed

It was discovered that the driver of the vehicle is a Saps member.
By Rex Mphisa Nov. 17, 2022

Another ‘moment of madness’ brewing

The first such blitz, carried out in the midst of winter in 2005, left over 3 000 people homeless.
By Newsday Nov. 12, 2022

Zim paying the price for not holding leaders to account

It is terribly unsettling and outright creepy, to say the least, whenever I watch how some Zimbabweans treat their leaders.
By Tendai R Mbofana Nov. 7, 2022

Feature: Zim fights fake news with lessons in spotting disinformation

Misinformation is simply incorrect information, while disinformation refers to deliberately sharing information that is known to be false with the intention of deceiving people.
By Thomson Reuters Foundation Nov. 1, 2022

Mambazo Phiri pays tribute to Jeys

The welcome back show comes after Jeys took a break from music due to illness.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 30, 2022

Drug cartels turn Zimbabwe into a hub

A number of Zimbabweans have been caught in the country and in foreign lands trying to smuggle dangerous drugs such as cocaine and heroin.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 30, 2022

Govt moves in to contain gemstone industry crisis

Mandara added that the lapidary would offer facilities for cutting and polishing gemstones while providing platforms for training young Zimbabweans.
By Taurai Mangudhla Oct. 28, 2022