Just in

Tongoona Retains Davis Cup Team

By Ellina Mhlanga The Zimbabwe Davis Cup tennis team’s captain, Gwinyai Tongoona, has retained the same players that beat Turkey in the Europe/Africa Group II first round as they head into the second round where they will face Poland. The tie against Poland is scheduled for April 7 and 8 …

Read More »

Government Minister Says Water, Power Tariffs Too High

A government minister has said Zimbabwean products and services are the most expensive in the region, largely due to high production costs caused by the cost of key utilities. Deputy Finance Minister, Terrence Mukupe, said electricity and water tariffs were unsustainable. Electricity tariffs in Zimbabwe are pegged at 9,86 cents …

Read More »

Simbanegavi to Release Second Album

By Vongai Mbara Gospel musician Tendai Susan Simbanegavi is set to end her 10-year sabbatical with the release of a new album titled “Nenyasha” tomorrow at Pamukute Hall in Gutu. The Gutu-bred musician said she had taken a long break due to financial constrains but is now back and confident …

Read More »

Sliz Autumn Camp for Kariba

By Tadious Manyepo Sport Leaders Institute of Zimbabwe president, Russel Maradza Mhiribidi, says the country has a lot of untapped sporting talent which can only be harnessed through full stakeholder participation. Mhiribidi, who received rave international reviews after delivering multiple sport management lectures at the West Virginia University in the …

Read More »

Pastor Evan Mawarire Targets Harare City Council

Activist cleric Evan Mawarire has announced he will be running for a seat on Harare City Council in the upcoming elections. Pastor Mawarire became the face of the 2016 protests against then president Robert Mugabe in a campaign that resulted in the cleric being arrested and forced into exile. The …

Read More »