Perspectives: Safeguarding data privacy: Top 10 tips for organisations in Zimbabwe

Data privacy breaches can have a significant impact on individuals and corporations alike in terms of reputational and financial repercussions.
By Lorreta Songola Apr. 14, 2024

Zim fall to Kenya

Minutes later, defender Teenage Hadebe was sent off after receiving his second yellow card as players struggled with their discipline.
By Sports Reporter Mar. 27, 2024

Chinese influence and soft power in Kenya

China’s goal is just to have people understand what it is all about, not necessarily to influence
By The Singapore Post Mar. 15, 2024

Lady Chevrons on brink of Games history

Mupachikwa got the player of the match awards in the matches against Rwanda and Uganda and became the first Zimbabwean female batter to score 1000 T20I runs.
By Austin Karonga Mar. 13, 2024

Romancing in Paradise: Maranatha Gardens hosts lovers’ dinner

“The couples started arriving at 6pm and our team led by our head chef Admire had some cocktails waiting and ready to serve.
By Style Reporter Feb. 18, 2024

Kelvin Kiptum: Kenyan marathon world record holder dies in road accident

Kiptum told the BBC last year that his unusual choice was simply determined by a lack of resources.
By Bbc News Feb. 12, 2024

Unlock Zim’s untapped wildlife filming potential

It is time for African filmmakers to produce their own wildlife films and market them to the global community.
By Jacob Mutisi Feb. 9, 2024

Mt Hampden Parliament: A crime scene of gigantic proportions

Using Kenya as a case study provides us with a scenario where the single party system degenerated into authoritarianism and thus becoming a hindrance to economic development.
By Leo Chamahwinya Feb. 8, 2024

Editorial Comment: Call for prompt action on armyworm

The rains later returned and the crops which survived began to flourish.
By Newsday Jan. 25, 2024