Upcoming songbird to release new single

Zimbabwean based upcoming guitarist and vocalist, Rudo Chasi is set to complete the year with the release of a new single, You will be mine, sometime next month. The Sunshine studios-produced love single is expected to put smiles on romantic music...

ZANU PF, MDC condemn Council’s bid to lay off workers

The ruling party, ZANU PF and the Tsvangirai led MDC have joined hands in condemning Harare City Council’s intentions to lay off 3 000 workers. The City Council targeted to lay off a third of its workforce and give them terminal benefits equivalen...

Magaya donates R1,2m to Parirenyatwa

PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader, Walter Magaya has donated R1.2 million to Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals. The money which was delivered in cash is meant to refurbish as well as improve the water system at the hospitals....

Zimbabwe’s ‘controversial’ land reform to be depicted in Hollywood film

Report by Tinashe Mushakavanhu The makers of “The Zim,” a short film starring American star Alexander Bedria with credits in hit US shows such as Scandal, Criminal Minds and Zimbabwe’s golden boy of film Tongayi Chirisa are running an indiegogo ca...

“Judicial system in disarray”

By Edgar Gweshe Zimbabwe’s judicial system is in disarray and the development has negatively affected the country’s justice delivery system, Chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Jessie M...

‘State of the Nation Address not convincing’

Multitudes of Zimbabweans have registered their dissatisfaction on the State of the Nation address that was delivered by President Mugabe yesterday. The address which pinned hopes on the Look East Policy has been widely described as a non-convinci...

‘Vapostori quick to opt out of medication’

Members of the Vapostori sect are quick to desist from prescribed medications, Dr Maguranyanga has said. Part of the vapostori reject all Western medicines and contraceptive methods as ungodly. The Vapositori who firmly believe that the healing po...

Government clueless on TB in mines

Government on Friday made shocking remarks that it is not aware of the extent  to which Tuberculosis in mining is a problem to the country. These shocking remarks surfaced at the second stakeholder meeting on TB in the mining sector in Harare on F...

Gweru City Council to retrench 100 workers

With Gweru City Council using $890,000 for salaries from the $1,2 million revenue generated each month, the local authority last Friday reportedly sent termination of employment letters to 100 employees. According to a weekly provincial independen...

Government to establish TB and HIV surveillance systems

Government will soon establish a robust surveillance system for TB and HIV in the formal and informal mining communities, the minister of health has said. This follows a rapid increase in HIV and TB related cased in the mining communities around t...