Chamuka applauds Zimbabwe's new Gold-Backed Currency

Although the PUP leader commended the government's action, Chamuka also acknowledged that not all opposition parties shared the same view.
By Newsday Apr. 2, 2024

Entembeni Old People’s Home to be renamed

Sibanda urged youths to visit the institution to get advice from the elderly persons.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 1, 2024

Theatre guru laments digital disconnect

Dube expressed these sentiments during the World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People commemorated on March 20,
By Sharon Sibindi Mar. 24, 2024

Beitbridge Choice awards on tonight

The event to be hosted at the Zebra Hilltop Lodge, will also recognise lifetime achievers - people who have selflessly served the Beitbridge Community.
By Rex Mphisa Mar. 23, 2024

People changed management

Tim Middleton is the executive director of the Association of Trust Schools [ATS].
By Tim Middleton Mar. 17, 2024

Women deminers sweep away fear and stereotypes

The NPA has been clearing landmines in Zimbabwe for the past decade.
By Farai Shawn Matiashe Mar. 10, 2024

Enormous collaboration for World theatre commemorations

Basopo-Chindungwe made the remarks ahead of the forthcoming commemorations of World Theatre Day for Children and Young People on March 20.
By Life & Style Reporter Mar. 8, 2024

PWDs taught how to spot fake news

Projects Manager for the Deaf, Arts, Culture and Entertainment, Tsungirirai Tsikira, welcomed the training targettig PWDs.
By Patricia Sibanda Feb. 29, 2024

In Muizzu’s Maldives, an economic crisis reinforced by China awaits

Maldives recently elected President Mohammad Muizzu’s rise to power has been one of disoriented interests and misjudged priorities.
By Thehongkongpost Feb. 26, 2024