By Amos Maseko “Mugabe gave us a bonus…his successor must do better than him,” said PTUZ secretary general Raymond Majongwe during last week’s demonstration for a wage review by teachers.
By Staff Writer A ZIMBABWEAN court on Thursday 15 November 2018 allowed Tendai Biti,an opposition party legislator to attend a crucial continental meetingin Uganda after vetoing a decision by Acting
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Rural economies and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are a vital cog to spur the country’s development but has there been a marked improvement in the ease
By Akere T Muna On 6 November, Paul Biya was inaugurated for the seventh time. The 85-year-old has already been in power for the last 36 years and will now
By Staff Reporter ACTING Prosecutor-General Kumbirai Hodzi has turned down a request byTendai Biti, an opposition party legislator, seeking the temporaryrelease of his passport to allow him to travel to
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Concerns have been raised over the two main political parties which are seemingly unshaken from the election mode at the expense of national issues. Political posturing after
African high-tech player Mara announced the production of their newest product, the Maraphone, on Friday. It will be the first made-in-Africa, full-scale smartphone, soon to be manufactured in plants across Africa.
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa. The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC)Alliance which is adamant that its youthful leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa is the target of state agents following the Saturday ‘foiled abduction’,
By Staff Reporter THE trial of opposition political party leader Tendai Biti on chargesof contravening the Electoral Act commenced on Monday 12 November 2018 with the human rights lawyer challenging