By Mike Murenzvi “Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made.” ~ Otto von Bismarck On Monday, 11 June 2024, the National Assembly went through the...
By Douglas Mutepaire Rushinga, a rural district in Zimbabwe, embodies the heartbreaking paradox of a community yearning for progress yet perpetually stuck in the mire. Rushinga stands as a testament to untapped potential...
By Panashe Kaletu Zimbabweans have begun using Zimbabwe Gold (ZiG) notes and coins, as banks have gathered the local currency from the Central Bank for distribution across the country. The official exchange rate at...
The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) has announced an ambitious long-term plan to turn the Bulawayo exhibition grounds into a mixed-use commercial development. Property developer Terrace Africa will develop a shopping complex as the...
A few years ago, someone I knew suffered clinical depression. She worked at a Southern African non-governmental organisation that claimed to champion gender equality. You would have thought that a woman employee’s health would be a priority...
In the dynamic landscape of global youth demographics, Africa stands at the forefront, with its burgeoning population presenting both challenges and opportunities for economic empowerment and education. Today, a quarter of the global population – 1.8 billion...
The government has granted tariff guarantees to ten independent power producers, with a combined potential of 271MW, as it moves to speed up the implementation of green energy projects. Zimbabwe has licensed over...
Lithium is one of the key sectors of Zimbabwean mining, and women are at the core of it. Here, we hear from some of the women driving Prospect Lithium. Shylet Dandi CSR Officer
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