Govt, partners recognise midwives' life-saving role

The International Day of the Midwife is an important calendar day for all midwives and partners worldwide.
By Own Correspondent May. 23, 2024

Zim seeks energy ties with Sadc

The energy protocol, adopted at the 41st Sadc Summit in Malawi in August 2021, revises the regional bloc's existing protocol on energy.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 23, 2024

Let’s aim to feed Africa

Therefore, our sincere call is that Zimbabwe should simply go back to the drawing board and trace where it lost it in terms of growing enough of its favourite staple maize crop.
By Newsday May. 22, 2024

Winter wheat now a food security crop: ED

Collectively, Sadc appealed for US$5,5 billion in assistance to feed millions affected by the drought.
By Problem Masau May. 21, 2024

Over half of Zim has trust in polls: Survey

This comes a year after President Emmerson Mnangagwa won a poll against his closest rival Nelson Chamisa — the then leader of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC).
By Tinashe Kairiza May. 17, 2024

ZiG is a marked down currency

It staggers the mind that ZiG was launched notwithstanding its convertibility challenges and inability to pay for fuel and passports.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana May. 14, 2024

Chamisa revives poll fight at Sadc

Efforts to get a comment from Sadc executive secretary Elias Magosi were also fruitless as his mobile was not reachable.
By Mirriam Mangwaya May. 9, 2024

SA ConCourt rules out R2bn damages claim by Zimbabwean farmers

A R2-billion claim against the South African government by Zimbabwean farmers for land grabs has prescribed (ie it is out of time), the Constitutional Court has ruled.
By Groundup May. 7, 2024

Misa launches Press freedom report

Also to mark the day, the Network for Environmental and Climate Justice (NECJ Zimbabwe) said a conducive legal and political environment for the media is pivotal.
By Priveledge Gumbodete May. 3, 2024