FORMER Hurungwe West legislator Temba Mliswa and 24 members of his Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (Yard) pressure group were arrested in Esigodini, Matabeleland South province, yesterday for allegedly holding an unsanctioned public ...
CHAOS and nasty fights have rocked former Vice-President Joice Mujuru's Zimbabwe People First (ZimFP) party ahead of its official launch in October amid reports that a section of the party was already demanding leadership renewal.
It all began as a simple discussion in July 2015 between my colleague Paul Mavima and friend Ashley Jutas on the need for Zimbabwean youths to explore the world and learn as a step towards nation-building.
TOP publisher Trevor Ncube and Professor Jonathan Moyo shocked thousands of their followers on twitter when they attacked each other most of Sunday with the minister claiming his foe once tried to bribe him.
ZB Holdings says its non-performing loans are unlikely to fall below the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe set threshold of below 10 percent by June and has engaged the apex bank over the issue.
HARARE City Council is set to allocate more than 4 000 residential stands and issue 1 400 unserviced residential stands in Tafara to applicants on the city's housing waiting list as a pay scheme in line with its housing policy.
Mabelreign Girls High form three pupil Tendai Mavengeni stole the show at Harare Culture Week launch at Longcheng Plaza last week.
The Statue of Liberty is arguably America's most powerful symbol. It stands as a testament to millions upon millions of immigrants who've come to the US in search of a better life.
HEALTH pressure group, the Community Health Watch (CHW) yesterday called on government to give professional women a menstruation allowance and provide free sanitary wear to school girls.