Zim should evolve into a knowledge-based state

This has also driven firms in those developed countries, to adopt the highest standards in their production systems.
By Kevin Tutani May. 17, 2024

SA polls: The fall of the ANC

The economy is a wreck, but the resources are still there. The schools are atrocious, but enough children succeed to make it one of the better educated countries in Africa.
By Gwynne Dyer May. 17, 2024

Sloppy ground for the ZiG: Will RBZ win the market?

Zimbabwe’s agriculture sector is predominantly rainfall-dependent. Statistics show that roughly a paltry 6% of total arable land is under irrigation.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda May. 17, 2024

Collaborating for Change: Enlit Africa Reimagines Energy Security in Africa

In addition to the expertise provided on the free-to-access floor, the conference programme is designed to tackle issues facing C&I companies.
By Own Correspondent May. 14, 2024

School Ties flags abuse signs to save victims

Schoolchildren in South Africa are experiencing rampant sexual abuse and grooming largely at the hands of those who are in charge of their care and education at school.
By Life & Style Reporter May. 14, 2024

Beitbridge tops list of people leaving Zim

The report said total movements recorded in March increased by 6% compared to the previous month.
By Silas Nkala May. 11, 2024

Spotlight on South Africa’s democracy

“For South African citizens, however, the equation has evolved in a totally different way.
By Emmanuel Koro May. 10, 2024

How Beitbridge became a hot election issue in SA

Nearly half of the 2,4 million foreigners living in South Africa are Zimbabweans, according to the latest census.
By Umberto Bacchi May. 5, 2024

Heritage Golf Academy shines in Botswana

The Heritage Junior Golf Challenge which included golfers from South Africa saw the academy win 15 trophies and 7 medals in a show of hard work, determination and passion.
By Staff Reporter May. 3, 2024