Bulawayo entrepreneurs collaborate to revive businesses destroyed by January 2019 protests

By Innocent Nxumalo One of Bulawayo’s iconic shopping centres, Entumbane, is shaping up from the debris left by the destructive January 2019 protests, with government having provided funding. The Chairperson…

Lady Chevrons make history

By Lawrence Trusida The Zimbabwe women national cricket team, the Lady Chevrons, romped to a four-wicket victory over Ireland on their One Day International debut at Harare Sports Club this…

Project approvals roadmap takes shape

By Stanley James The Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency (ZIDA) is prioritising incentives for foreign currency generating projects as part of increasing business activities in line with the National Development…

Warriors local contingent leaves for Ghana

By Lawrence Trusida The Warriors local contingent led by Coach Norman Mapeza left for South Africa this Tuesday enroute to Ghana ahead of their World Cup Qualifier against the Black…

Social media outage frustrates many

By Memory Chamisa Zimbabweans had one of their worst experiences on social media this Monday after a blackout which lasted for more than six hours, with Facebook, Whatsapp, Messenger and…

Tesla to pay $137m to former employee over racism at work

Tesla Inc. lost a trial with a Black former elevator operator and must pay him $137 million for having turned a blind eye to racial taunts and offensive graffiti he…

Only 127 fuel drivers apply for UK visa – PM

Only 127 fuel drivers from overseas have applied for temporary visas aimed at tackling shortages, the Prime Minister has said. Boris Johnson said the haulage industry had “only produced 127…