by Rungano Dzikira

Janus-faced MDC Deputy Treasurer General and Kuwadzana East legislator, Charlton Hwende has slammed the business community who are calling on the removal of sanctions, claiming that Government should first succumb to ZIDERA’s dictates, resulting to criticism from public.

by Bernard Mutambudzi

A bus from St Killian’s High School fully loaded with luggage before departure for Nyazura from Harare- Fourth Street with pupils who are in jovial mood going back ahead of schools opening tomorrow - Pictures by Harare Post.

by Zivanai Dhewa

Since Econet Wireless founder and chairman, Strive Masiyiwa came out on Capital Connection Africa castigating sanctions and their effects of the economic growth of Zimbabwe, the social media has been ablaze with some social media terrorists tearing him apart for denouncing sanctions.

by Derick Tsimba

The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, has indicated that, following the initiative by Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CZC), to support the joint education and health sector initiative of pressuring Government to pay them in USD, Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe, (ARTUZ) has also declared its interest to join in the industrial action.  A move that is unreasonable due to the negative effects it is likely to cause on the country’s economy.

by Nobleman Runyanga

The National Cleanup Campaign which President Emmerson Mnangagwa launched in Harare in December last year is gathering buy in and support from across the country. The President declared the first Friday of each month a National Cleanup Day and most stakeholders have embraced the idea.

by Derick Tsimba

Zimbabwe Youth in Tourism (ZYIT) has encouraged students and youth associations to take up tourism to improve the quality of their lives thereby contributing to the development of the Country’s tourism sector to achieve the middle income economy, a ZYIT Chairman has said.

by Tawanda Musariri   

The National Clean Up Campaign launched by the President in Highfield on 05 December 2018 will tomorrow march ahead as the nation embraces the program to achieve a clean and healthy environment.