Zim swimming team off to Zambia

By Anashe Murombedzi A 38-member Zimbabwe Swimming delegation left the country this Tuesday ahead of the African Swimming Confederation (CANA) Zone four swimming championships which get underway this Thursday in…

Fixed voice calls continue to decline

By Owen Mandovha COMPETITION in the telecommunications industry continues to shift local companies’ market share, with the state-owned operator, NetOne recording significant gains. Netone is gradually making inroads in the…

Dubai-based mogul upbeat about Zim’s business opportunities

By Stanley James, Business Editor THE country’s participation at the Expo 2020 Dubai is achieving the desired results after Dubai-based billionaire Mr Shaj Ul Mulk arrived in Zimbabwe this Tuesday…

Zimbabwe witnesses growing investor interest

By Josephine Mugiyo, Diplomatic Correspondent WITH the country on a mission to increase export receipts, a number of avenues are being used to ensure the global economy is fully aware…

Tembo, Supersport part ways

By ZBC Reporter FORMER Dynamos and Warriors defender Kaitano Tembo has left South African top-flight side Supersport where he was head coach. Tembo has been a long-time servant of the…

Music festival, carnival to light up Victoria Falls

By Tichaona Kurewa Tourism players in Victoria Falls are optimistic that festivals lined up in the resort city this month will consolidate the growth of the prime destination. The country’s…

Zim unveils IMF funds rollout plan

By Stanley James, Business Editor THE country has come up with a solid plan for utilising funds released through the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Special Drawing Rights (SDR) with the…

Sakunda Holdings fulfill’s Shaya house pledge

Sakunda Holdings has fulfilled its pledge of a donation of a house to the family of the late soccer legend, George Shaya. The Shaya family received the house this Tuesday…