Buckingham Palace spending rises as living standards fall
The most expensive official royal tour last year was Prince William and his wife Kate's trip to the Caribbean in March, which cost around £226,000.
By Own Correspondent Mar. 20, 2023
Editorial Comment: A crisis of ED’s own making
The delimitation process meant to guide the polls has not only become a focus of attention, but it is threatening the very essence of democratic processes needed for free and fair elections.
By Newsday Feb. 24, 2023
1 800 die yearly from road accidents: Mhona
Mhona said the country was committed to co-operate under the United Nations system towards the adoption of international good practices and standards on road safety.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 23, 2023
Sikhala detention soiling new dispensation
There are no discernible benefits to Zimbabwe for associating with Belarus, Uganda and Equitorial Guinea.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Feb. 22, 2023
Let’s approach crimes with same zeal
Zimbabwe’s main crime hotspots are bus termini and the biggest criminals are the touts that take advantage of innocent travellers by insulting, harassing and assaulting them.
By Amh Voices Feb. 10, 2023
Commonwealth in dilemma over Zim
Its findings are now being drafted in an “informal assessment report,” but the process is veiled in complete secrecy.
By Globe&mail and Staff Reporter Feb. 9, 2023
Commonwealth faces tough dilemma over Zimbabwe
Canada, too, is declining to say whether Zimbabwe should be readmitted to the Commonwealth, although its diplomats have been discussing the issue informally for months.
By Globe And Mail Feb. 8, 2023
Sikhala case clouds Zim’s C’wealth readmission bid
Hoey was commenting on Sikhala’s recent emotional letter from prison in which he disclosed that he had developed a strange illness.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jan. 6, 2023
Zim looks to exports to lead economic recovery
According to ZimTrade’s most recent report, this has primarily been accomplished through the pursuit of strategic alliances
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 19, 2022
Govt bars Chiadzwa trust from gem indaba ...Members claim backlash over ‘shady’ US$400m ZCDC deal
US embassy slams door on sanctioned firms
Falling lithium prices worry miner... as US$275m plant kicks off production