By Andrew Harding The three women were in tears, distraught, and seemingly faint with hunger, as they sat in filthy prison uniforms in the dock in a magistrate’s court in
Kenya was elected to the UN Security Council on Thursday, defeating Djibouti in a second-round of voting by the 193-member General Assembly after an initial ballot failed to produce a
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Following a spate of protests by doctors and nurses in Harare and Bulawayo ,a group of Zimbabweans living in South Africa will in solidarity demonstrate against the
By Mthabisi Tshuma GWANDA-based female kwaito artiste, Proficience “Kadder” Cadder has dropped a single titled Brenda Fassie as an honour to the African music legend who passed away in 2004.
By Thandeka Moyo-Ndlovu TEN more people, all returnees from South Africa have tested Covid-19 positive bringing the total number of cases in Zimbabwe to 401. According to the Ministry of
Zimbabwe’s attempts to raise money to fight COVID-19 are looking up as the African Development Bank (AfDB) is planning to give it US$13.7 million (about R235 million) in financial assistance.
South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced further easing of coronavirus restrictions. Restaurants will be allowed to serve sit-down meals to a few people. Hair salons, casinos and cinemas will
China will cancel interest-free loans to African countries that are due to mature by the end of 2020, President Xi Jinping has announced. He told a China-Africa summit on Covid-19
Zimbabwe’s government says it will increase civil servants’ wages in the light of economic challenges worsened by Covid-19. The finance minister said that with immediate effect, salaries and pensions would
By Takura Zhangazha* There was a bit of a fuss about fasting and prayer in Zimbabwe this week. President Mnangagwa announced Monday 15 June 2020 as a ‘national day of