Business Opinion: Visioning the lifecycle of entrepreneurship

Some fail to run their start-ups up to corporate level because they skip a stage.
By Farai Chigora Apr. 21, 2024

41 graves to be relocated for mine waste dump

According to a notice published in a Government Gazette, 41 graves are going to be relocated.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 20, 2024

Impact of AI on education in Zim

Authorities seem unsure how to address this shift, suggesting AI's influence may currently be limited to certain areas, minimising its overall impact.
By Naison Bangure Apr. 19, 2024

Mineral exports further deteriorate

The government has set a new US$40 billion by 2030 target for the mining sector. This came as the industry recorded US$20,5 billion in exports over the past five years.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 19, 2024

The Austrian online Casino boom: A deep dive into market trends and player behavior

This strategic direction ensures a promising future, highlighting ongoing advancements, safety measures, and market growth.
By Newsday Apr. 18, 2024

Filmmaker exposes issues tearing apart families

Tonderai, facing hard times at his struggling mine, returned to his childhood home where his younger brother, Tichafa and his wife Gugu lived.
By Sharon Zebra Apr. 16, 2024

Unicef bails out 200k Zim children

Mnangagwa said the country needed US$2 billion to tackle hunger caused by low rainfall which has wiped out about half of the maize crop.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 15, 2024

Benefits, concerns of illegal artisanal gold mining in Zim

Illegal artisanal gold mining in Zimbabwe has been a significant source of livelihood for many individuals, offering economic benefits to local communities.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Apr. 12, 2024

Food & Travel: What it takes to be a good pastry chef

From tempering chocolate to piping delicate decorations, every step in the pastry-making process must be executed with care and precision.
By Ruwarashe Muzamhindo Apr. 12, 2024