I have no career regrets: Hwarari

The album launched last December at the REPS Theatre in Harare is Hwarari’s second production, after her debut effort, I Call To You, which was released in 2017.
By Winstone Antonio 2h ago

Cholera, COVID-19 stalk Zim, Sadc

ZIMBABWE and its neighbours are facing an overwhelming cholera outbreak amid a surge in COVID-19 cases since the onset of the rain season.
By Vincent Mungofa Jan. 23, 2024

Tembo’s volleyball tough ride

She then moved to Mpopoma High School where she turned out to be one of the many able products of Moyo.
By Austin Karonga Dec. 31, 2023

Global wars should help drive domestic economies

Today the world is seized with yet another war in the Middle East as if the war in Ukraine is over or does not matter anymore.
By Tapiwa Gomo Dec. 11, 2023

SA: Season of despair awaits ‘illegal’ immigrants in 2024

Those who remain only hope that politicians will not make them targets for scapegoating.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Nov. 14, 2023

Inside supermarkets, tuckshops war

Guvamatanga quizzed the rationale behind big retailers who complain that they are not able to compete because they have been taken out of business by tuckshops.
By Problem Masau Oct. 11, 2023

Malawi-based Zim artist celebrates African heritage in second music project

Hwarari is a proficient mbira player, who sings in three languages Ndebele, Shona and English.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Oct. 8, 2023

50 Malawi nationals languish in Zim prisons

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission said it was a human rights violation for immigrants to be locked up in prisons together with convicts.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 19, 2023

Byo orthopaedic hospital trebles bed capacity

The hospital was refurbished by the Zimbabwe Orthopaedic Trust in partnership with government.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 19, 2023