State-assisted funeral for Chief Mabhikwa

The President, Comrade Emmerson Mnangagwa, has granted the late Chief Vusumuzi Khumalo Mabhikwa, a State-assisted funeral. In a statement, the Chief Secretary to the President and cabinet, Dr Misheck Sibanda…

Ukraine admits major defeat

RT – Russian troops have taken over the town of Liman in the northern Donetsk region, the government in Kiev revealed, on Thursday evening. Ukrainian forces have reportedly withdrawn west-southwest towards…

Measures to cushion economy from local and global shocks to top budget review

By Stanley James, Business Editor FISCAL policy measures to cushion the economy from the internal and global economic shocks are expected to feature in the national budget review set to…

‘Africa must look inwards for solutions’

By Justin Mahlahla AFRICA will only grow stronger with increased collaboration and home-grown solutions to the continent’s challenges. This came out during ZBC News’ Online programme “Inside Out”, where Tanzanian…

Local authorities urged to work with govt to ensure access to potable water

By Abigirl Tembo, Health Editor THE Harare Residents Trust has implored local authorities to work with government for the country to attain its target of 80 percent access to potable…

Court ruling on sexual age of consent welcomed

By John Nhandara THE landmark Constitutional Court ruling that revised the age of sexual consent from 16 to 18 years has been welcomed by child rights organisations in the face…

Youths’ sport event for six political parties

By Lawrence Trusida YOUTHS from different political parties converged at Belvedere Teachers College in Harare for an Africa Day inter-party sports day organised by youth development and mentoring organisation, 4H…

African actors, actresses put continent on world map

By Colette Musanyera THE African soil is blessed with various creatives, who keep film enthusiasts glued to their screens, owing to their flawless acting abilities. As we continue to celebrate…

Lafarge expands footprint in Zimbabwe

By Reuben Barwe, Chief Correspondent The conducive business operating environment which has been created by the Second Republic is achieving the desired results, with cement manufacturer Lafarge working on expanding…

‘Lafarge Cement in Zim to stay’

LAFARGE Cement says it has no intentions of leaving Zimbabwe, but is actually working on expanding it’s operations in the country. This came out when top officials from Lafarge and…