Letter to my people: The looting is now on steroids

This at a time when the city has become an eyesore with uncollected refuse and when most suburbs are going days without water posing a serious health risk to residents.
By Doctor Stop It Oct. 1, 2023

Observer abducted after EU meeting

Ignatious Sadziwa's lawyer, Kudzai Kadzere confirmed the abduction.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 25, 2023

Phenomenal Festival of Lights set for next month

The fete will be held on October 11-13 at Bulawayo Theatre and October 27-29 at Gordon Park in Matopos.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 24, 2023

Letter to my People: Chickens are coming home to roost

 As the country’s citizens grapple with the transport crisis as a result of the cabal’s failure in the transport sector, they also now have to contend with the power outages.
By Doctor Stop It Sep. 24, 2023

Bioskop Short Film Contest finalists unveiled

 The winners of this year’s competition will be announced during exclusive cocktail events in Harare on October 20 and Bulawayo on October 26.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 24, 2023

Should Africa celebrate its G20 membership, yet?

The European Union makes up the 20th member, with its seat, under the European Commission, representing every country within the EU bloc.
By Kevin Tutani Sep. 22, 2023

Zec coy on EU funding snub

Posting on X, Zambian political activist Joseph Kalimbwe commended the EU for suspending the funding, saying it risked being misused.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 21, 2023

Piggy’s Trading & Investing Tips: IFIs contribute to economic growth

Some examples include the World Bank, European Investment Bank (EIB) and the African Development Bank (AfDB).
By Batanai Matsika Sep. 8, 2023

‘Debt, disputed polls impede Zim’s path to secure fresh funding’

The report noted that Zimbabwe’s balance of payments situation has deteriorated due to sanctions, which has restricted its access to international credit.
By Silas Nkala Sep. 8, 2023