Editors memo: No one is coming to our rescue

In the context of recent developments in Zimbabwe’s politics, it brings home the messiah complex that has gripped a country that is seemingly in need of a political saviour.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Feb. 2, 2024

Zim cries for leadership succession

Methinks the soaring inflation and the virtually collapsed local currency continue to confine citizenry to poverty.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Jan. 3, 2024

Two major tournaments for Gwidzima

Gwidzima dropped out of Wycliffe College during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and enrolled at Falcon College in Esigodini where he wrote his Ordinary level examinations.
By Fortune Mbele Dec. 27, 2023

UK makes Zim business investment a priority

The statistics from the UK government’s Department for Business and Trade were released last Thursday.
By Tatira Zwinoira Dec. 25, 2023

What is wrong with Zim leaders?

What I do not understand in all this, though, is why Zimbabwean leaders are averse to leaving office.
By Tendai Mbofana Dec. 12, 2023

US$32m windfall for Zim education sector

British ambassador to Zimbabwe Peter Vowles said the southern African country, which joined the GPE in 2013, has received over US$111 million in grants.
By Gracious Daniel Dec. 2, 2023

World View: Ukrainian breakthrough

The ubiquitous Russian drones also slowed them down: almost all the mine-clearing had to be done at night, by hand.
By Gwynne Dyer Sep. 29, 2023

BAT sales volumes down 15%

Taxes paid in the form of excise duty, corporate tax, value-added tax, customs duty, pay as you earn and withholding tax amounted to ZWL$14 billion in historical
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Sep. 29, 2023

SoCreative platform forges future change-makers

The course modules include launching and growing a creative enterprise and social impact through creative entrepreneurship, and creative economy policy.
By Khumbulani Muleya Sep. 17, 2023