four litres of water per pupil per day By Diana Gondongwe Gokomere High School is having problems pumping adequate water to staff members and pupils due to the electricity blackouts
By Jane Duncan A case before the High Court in Pretoria, South Africa’s capital city, is set to have important implications for citizens’ privacy – and the ability of journalists
By Phinda Magwaza The positioning of a brand as ‘niche’ is ultimately a marketer’s dream – it gives clarity within a sphere of focus and allows for the opportunity to delve
By Wayne Bischoff Now that we live in a world of Netflix, Spotify and smartphones, people often ask why radio still has such strong staying power as a mass medium
Beyond the choreographed photo opportunities and big rallies, there was a local dimension to South Africa’s election campaign in recent elections that was going largely unnoticed by the national media.
By Jacob Kudzai Mutisi Harare has six universities and only one polytechnic, its seems the national policy is focusing on producing managers without the workforce to do the practical work.
“The problem is much wider than President Donald Trump but his poor leadership is aggravating the problem.” That was the concern expressed by the Chair of The Elders, Mary Robinson,
Six years since the Gupta brothers hosted the now infamous Sun City wedding, they are all set to hold another extravagant ceremony- this time in India. The sons of Atul
…battle took 20 years says activist Botswana’s High Court ruled on Tuesday in favour of decriminalising homosexuality, handing down a landmark verdict greeted with joy by gay rights campaigners. Under
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Unions of Zimbabwe(ARTUZ) has come guns blazing over the recently launched Tripartite Negotiating Forum (TNF) saying it seeks to make welfare negotiations elitist.