COLUMN | I don’t know if Zimbabwean journalism needs rescue, but I know it’s...

By Takura Zhangazha Zimbabwe’s media sector has not been in a good situation for a long while, and I am not just referring to...

PROFILE | Africa’s first black Test cricket umpire: ‘I was afraid of letting down...

By Enock Muchinjo Legendary Jamaican Steve Bucknor set the benchmark for cricket umpires of African heritage. The man from the West Indies was...

OPINION | What a Lucky Dube song taught us about due diligence in financial...

By Ngonidzaishe Makaha One of Africa’s reggae icons, the late Lucky Dube, expressed his music in an imaginative and emotional way that would drive...

Govt to hand Petrotrade to Kuwait’s IPG, defying previous board opposition to deal

Zimbabwe has picked Kuwaiti commodities trader Independent Petroleum Group (IPG) to run state-owned oil assets Petrotrade and Genesis Energy, after government cleared out a board that opposed...

Power play: ED plugs into regional connections in a desperate bid to keep the...

President Emmerson Mnangagwa will visit Mozambique and Zambia in a bid to save the country's electricity import contracts that are being eyed by Eskom.

Adesina: How best can we fund infrastructure?

With no access to major foreign credit, Zimbabwe has had to dip into its budget to fund infrastructure projects. The government admits this is...