Telecoms, A Key Driver For Development In Zimbabwe

Image Supplied Like most African countries, Zimbabwe still relies on a self-declaratory system to oversee the telecoms sector.  However, this leaves loopholes – encouraging scams and...

UN rolls out Zimbabwe road safety performance review in bid to reduce carnage

UN rolls out Zimbabwe road safety performance review in bid to reduce carnage...

Secretary-General appoints Fayaz King of Zimbabwe as Deputy Executive Director, Field Results and Innovation for the United Nations Children’s Fund

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres today announced the appointment of Fayaz King of Zimbabwe as Assistant...

USAID Launches Farmer-to-Farmer Program in Zimbabwe

The five-year USAID-funded Farmer-to-Farmer Program (2018-2023) launched on May 30.  At a launch event held at Africa...

Zimbabwe unions threaten new strike amid wage talks deadlock

Public sector unions gave Zimbabwe’s government a 48-hour ultimatum to make a new salary offer or...

Africa’s Acting Presidents: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Gabon

Three African nations were being governed by Acting presidents on Monday, including South Africa, Zimbabwe and...

Tsetse fly out of Zimbabwe’s hot Zambezi valley

Tsetse are blood-feeding insects that transmit trypanosome pathogens which cause sleeping sickness in humans across sub-Saharan...

‘I won the court case before it began,’ Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa

Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa says he has won a yet to be heard petition against his...

Trump approves law detailing new conditions to end Zimbabwe sanctions

US President Donald Trump has approved a new law that imposes tough new conditions that must...

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