by Derick Tsimba

In a development indicative of a government with its workers at heart, the Government through the tourism ministry intends to provide civil servants with holiday schemes aimed at promoting domestic tourism.

by Bruce Zvandasara

In its quest to nip corruption, Government has ordered a fresh forensic audit into ZESA’s alleged unprocedural conduct in the awarding of tenders after the preliminary report recently tabled before the Ministry of Energy and Power Development was reported to have been marred by collusions from ZESA staff.

by Gift Mashoko

African Development Bank has donated US$1.4million to Zimbabwe in support of the implementation of the innovative solutions to support livelihood of vulnerable communities projects (ISV-COM).

by Chigumbu Warikandwa

The Zimbabwean government  assembled a National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) mandated to investigate and make recommendations on past injustices in Zimbabwe. The need to set up this Commission was necessitated by the disquiet brewed by the post independence violence which continues to divide Zimbabweans.

by Dorcas Rumano

The much hyped MDC America demonstration, which was scheduled for today (Saturday), against President Emmerson Mnangagwa turned out to be a mere side show when only a handful of supporters showed up, as the majority of supporters ignored it after realizing that the President is right on his vision and policies of reviving the country’s economy.

by Charles Motsi

Nelson Chamisa, the MDC Alliance losing presidential candidate in the 30 July Presidential elections, has come under fire from Harare residents who have questioned his sincerity in addressing the cholera outbreak after he carried out what can only be termed a publicity stunt in the guise of a clean-up campaign.

by Tinotenda Mutasa

The much hyped MDC demonstration against President Emmerson Mnangagwa in New York, United States, on the side-lines of the United Nations General Assembly turned out to be a major flop on Saturday as only a handful of asylum seekers and beneficiaries turned up.