Rural basic needs survey launched in Manicaland

MUTARE– A non-governmental organisation focused on influencing pro-poor policy formulation has launched an advocacy intervention in three Manicaland rural wards. The intervention will cover three wards in Dora communal lands under the Mutare...

Video: CCMT Policy Dialogue – Social Service Delivery Part 1/5

2015 Mid-Term Fiscal Policy Review highlights

HARARE, July 30 (The Source) – Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa delivered Zimbabwe’s Mid-Term Fiscal Policy review on Thursday. Below are the highlights GDP growth rate at 1,5 pct from 3,2 percent. Revenue projection revised to $3,6bn from $3,9...

Different angles of the #CecilTheLion issue

It took Cecil for the major international news broadcasters to report on Zimbabwe without the usual and typical narrative we’ve become accustomed to. Here are some interesting articles on this important Cecil issue: Dear World: A few reflect...

Young Warriors expected to leave for SA this morning

The Zimbabwe under-23 team is expected to leave for South Africa this morning for their crucial CAF Under-23 championship qualifier with the hope of upstaging Amagluglug at the Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday night. Despite the...

An epitome of corporate catastrophe

MUTARE – It makes sad reading, for a nation so passionate, that Zimbabwe’s senior national soccer team will not take part in 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Confirmation of this development was only a formality, as wheels of correctional justice ...

Zimbabwe: Law Hub Launches as Accessible, Free Legal Reference

The Law Hub is an interactive and multi-medium legal education platform that is being launched on 2 August 2015. This platform leverages on the high level of literacy to build citizen agency by providing legal information tailored to Zimbabweans (...

Council, vendors clash rage on

Multitudes of people could be seen jostling up and down the streets of Harare. Suddenly a cacophony wave of whistles could be heard from all directions. Upon hearing the whistles disorder starts reigning. A mixture of the young, middle aged and ol...

Hunting to resume next month

Hunting of lions, leopards and elephants around Hwange National Park will resume next month, a senior official at Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe (SOAZ) has said. This follows the suspension on the hunt of lions, elephants and leopards im...

Gweru councillors tell off Kasukuwere

Gweru city councillors, who were ordered by Local Government Minister, Saviour Kasukuwere to recruit substantive heads of departments within 10 days, have fired back a salvo, literally telling the firebrand politician off. On 24 July, Kasukuwere g...