World Press freedom in the face of green propaganda onslaught

Environmental journalists and the journalism profession are at a crossroad, with the profession more dangerous than ever before.
By Peter Makwanya May. 6, 2024

Lawmakers urged to remove policy barriers stifling renewable investment

He said modernising and expanding the infrastructure is one of these barriers and a pressing priority for the coming years.
By Farai Shawn Matiashe Apr. 17, 2024

Whistleblower seeks High Court protection

The businessman owns several companies including Eagle Italian Shoes and Leather and Strengthened Investments Private Limited, among others.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 5, 2024

Businessman seeks police boss’ help

He says at one time he wrote to the officer in-charge at Dornington Police Station requesting for the transfer of the case to Harare, but the request was rejected.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 24, 2024

Building narratives: Ikigai – A recommended good read on finding purpose

Technology is great if we are in control of it.
By Fungayi Antony Sox Mar. 17, 2024

Zim receives US$1,4m food aid boost

Since 2019, Japan has contributed over US$25,5 million to WFP-supported food assistance and resilience building for vulnerable communities.
By Vanessa Gonye Feb. 15, 2024

Munetsi ruled out of action

A number of English Premier League teams are said to be tracking the utility player, with some reportedly preparing January bids for him.
By Henry Mhara Nov. 30, 2023

‘You deserve it’, Mbappe tells Messi

The PSG forward finished third in the rankings after winning the World Cup Golden Boot with France and the Ligue 1 trophy with his club.
By Newsday Oct. 31, 2023

World View: The violence in France

There have been plenty of regime changes in all of France’s neighbours, but they usually came as a result of lost wars.
By Gwynne Dyer Jul. 7, 2023