How rich nations can unlock financing for Africa

Climate change increasingly drives droughts in Africa, jeopardising water supplies.
By William Ruto May. 24, 2024

Kenya scraps travel requirement for Zim visitors

An ETA is an entry requirement offered by countries to visa-exempt foreign nationals.
By Brent Shamu May. 15, 2024

Is Chivayo the new Tagwirei?

The guy is an ex-convict, with a chequered history that does not lend itself to polite company at best.
By Muckraker May. 3, 2024

ZITF 2024 edition was a mixed bag

The fair, running under the theme “Innovation: The Catalyst for Industrialisation and Trade,” was officially opened by Kenyan President William Ruto yesterday.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 28, 2024

Young Sables, Kenya in epic clash

The Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) confirmed the developments in a statement yesterday.
By Austin Karonga Apr. 26, 2024

Space constraint hits ZITF

Moyo hoped that exhibitors who had planned to travel after the official opening would stay for the official opening.
By Margaret Lubinda and Nizbert Moyo Apr. 26, 2024

Young Sables set up epic finale

The Young Sables started off on the back foot with the former champions Namibia getting through the white wash to lead 0-5.
By Austin Karonga Apr. 25, 2024

Young Sables out to consolidate lead

The defending champions will conclude their campaign against the fierce Kenyans who were runners-up last year.
By Austin Karonga Apr. 24, 2024

Empowering Zimbabwe’s real estate with a green housing fund

Zimbabwe, like many emerging economies, faces multifaceted challenges in its housing sector.
By Bekithemba Mpofu Apr. 21, 2024