Highlanders host Dynamos at Babourfields

By Anashe Murombedzi Former players are expecting a close contest when giants Highlanders and Dynamos clash in a league encounter set for Barbourfields stadium this Sunday. The match however comes…

President commissions Swiss medicinal cannabis farm and processing plant

By Justin Mahlahla President Emmerson Mnangagwa has hailed the continued investments from the Swiss Federation as a demonstration of strong ties between Zimbabwe and Switzerland. He was speaking during the…

Ten athletics off to Botswana

By Anashe Murombedzi NGONI Makusha and Tapiwa Chineka are among ten Zimbabwean athletes who are set to compete at the International championships slated for Botswana this Friday. Makusha was outstanding…

ZTA in intensive tourism marketing drive

By Owen Mandovha THE Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has embarked on an intensive marketing drive to strategically position the country as a Tourist Destination of Choice through sustained promotional efforts…

Muzarabani: Oil & gas exploratory drilling commences in July

By Owen Mandovha THE exploration of oil and gas in Muzarabani Basin is progressing well, with the actual drilling of wells expected to start in July. The Invictus Energy Oil…

Mlauzi invests in sports research

By Mthokozisi Dube FORMER Mighty Warriors coach, Shadreck Mlauzi who took Zimbabwe to the Rio Olympics in 2016 has turned to sports research, with the gaffer having already written two…

New Zealand to open international borders fully to visitors from end-July

REUTERS -WELLINGTON- New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday the country will fully reopen its international borders from 11:59 p.m. on July 31, with cruise ships also welcome…

McCullum a contender to become England test coach

REUTERS- FORMER New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum is a contender to take over as England test coach, the BBC and other British media reported. Chris Silverwood left the role in…

Europe looking to get a million tonnes of coal annually from Botswana, says President Masisi

REUTERS-CAPE TOWN – BOTSWANA has been inundated with inquiries to supply coal to Europe and estimates that demand from Western countries could top a million tonnes a year, President Mokgweetsi…