Zim makes inroads into the UAE export market 

By Josephine Mugiyo ZIMBABWE is making in-roads into the United Arab Emirates through the export of horticultural produce, with expectations high that the country will secure more markets for its…

NAM Calls for an end to occupation and neo-colonialism

By Oleen Ndori The Non-Aligned Movement-NAM has called for an end to occupation and neo-colonialism across the globe. The call comes as the international organisation made up of developing countries…

Under-pressure Taliban meet EU-US delegation in push for support

THE Taliban held face-to-face talks with EU and US envoys Tuesday, as the hardline Islamists pursue their diplomatic push for international support. Afghanistan’s new rulers are seeking recognition, as well…

Youths urged to take up cattle breeding

By Providence Maraneli THE participation of youths in cattle breeding has been identified as key in the country’s quest to boost the national herd. The government’s vision of boosting the…

Taliban will be judged on their actions, not just their words, says US after talks

THE United States said on Sunday the first face-to-face meeting between senior US and Taliban officials since the hardline group retook power in Afghanistan was “candid and professional” and that…

People with disabilities showcase various products

By Tafara Chikumira THE National Disability Expo kicked off in Gweru this Monday with exhibitors from across the country confident that the show is the best platform to market their…

240 km of the Harare-Beitbridge highway completed

By Bruce Chahwanda THE rehabilitation of the Harare-Beitbridge highway is on course with contractors having completed 240 kilometres out of a target of 300 kilometres by December this year. The…

Three arrested over covid-19 vaccine

PROSECUTORS in Egypt have ordered the arrest of three people after thousands of unused doses of a coronavirus vaccine were dumped near the City of Minya, 200km south of Cairo.…

IMF board expected to decide Managing Director Georgieva’s fate on Monday

THE International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) executive board was meeting on Sunday with Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva and the law firm that claims she pressured World Bank staff to change data…

State of art lab for Sojini Secondary School

By Mhlomuli Ncube PRIVATE Public Partnerships are paying off, with a local cement manufacturing company having constructed a fully equipped solar-powered computer and science laboratory at Sojini secondary school in…