President calls on Ncube to fund health sector

BY RUTENDO MATANHIKE PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday called on Finance minister Mthuli Ncube to loosen his purse and prioritise the ailing health services sector, which...

Zim inflation spikes to 175,66%

BY STAFF REPORTER ZIMBABWE’S year-on-year inflation rate for the month of June 2019 rose sharply by 77,75 percentage points to 175,66% from 97,85% ...

Chamisa barred from visiting Sikhala

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday said he was barred from seeing incarcerated party deputy national chairperson, Job Sikhala, charging that the situation in the...

Masike revels in collaboration

AFRO-FUSION song bird Hope Masike who recently staged a show with Korean outfit — Beautiful Mind Charity — said collaborations across cultures were important...

The perfect storm is brewing

I DO not know what we have to say or do to get those in authority here to understand that if they do nothing,...

Gems win WC thriller

LIVERPOOL — Zimbabwe won an absolutely thrilling Group A tie against Northern Ireland this afternoon, edging out their opponents to win 51-49. In the...

Children need quality climate education

Quality education is viewed as a dynamic concept, which evolves with time, while it is also subject to social, economic and environmental conditions. In...

Zim plans factories for 63 districts

ZIMBABWE plans to set up at least one factory in each of the country’s 63 districts as authorities attempt to improve standards of living...

Gems sparkle

Liverpool — Vitality Netball World Cup debutants Zimbabwe, bolstered by a rapturous support, bested Sri Lanka 79-49 to get their campaign off to a...

Gweru engages HIT to recover $62m debt

By Brenna Matendere GWERU City Council has engaged the Harare Institute (HIT) of Technology to help recover over $62 million owed by residents and...