by Anesu Pedzisayi

In an effort to address challenges posed by Tuberculosis (TB) in Zimbabwe, Government has committed to ensuring investment and comprehensive economic and social programmes aimed at ending the scourge and reducing costs in accessing TB treatment by 2030.

by Claver Nyuki

Former fierce critic of the former President Robert Mugabe, Petina Gappah, has given thumbs up to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s leadership, praising him as a man of action. The comments came ahead of the President’s maiden speech tonight at the ongoing 73rd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, United States.

by Elijah Chihota

Rwandan President and African Union (AU) Chairperson, Paul Kagame has spoken very highly of Zimbabwe and expressed the need for the international community to take a central role in assisting the southern African country to find its economic footing.

by Brightface Mutema

MDC secretary for Gokwe-Sesame District, Elias Mashavira has, this Monday, petitioned the High Court seeking an order declaring that Nelson Chamisa is not the acting president or substantive president of the opposition party. He is also seeking an order to direct that an MDC extraordinary congress be held within 60 days to elect the late Morgan Richard Tsvangirai's successor according to the party's constitution.

by Rudo Saungweme

Government has identified a potential investor to revive the Cold Storage Company (CSC)’s operations. A London-based company, Bonstead Holdings is set to inject over US$130 million in fresh capital into the beef processing company. Bonstead Holdings is owned by Nick Havercroft, who offered the deal in direct response to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ongoing Zimbabwe is open for business investment drive.

by Nobleman Runyanga

Road contractor, Bitumen World had to wade into a cyber storm that was torched by MDC-T Chamisa faction Kuwadzana East legislator, Chalton Hwende after he claimed that the round-about which the company built at the junction of Harare Drive, Gaydon Road and Rolf Avenue was constructed by the recently sworn in MDC-dominated Harare City Council.

by Staff writer

President Emmerson Mnagagwa, on Saturday allayed fears that loans advanced to the country by its all-weather friend, China, might be difficult to repay resulting in the country’s economic woes worsening. He was addressing Zimbabweans resident in the United States, with the aim of enticing the latter to come and invest back home.

by Bevan Musoko

To most Zimbabweans, the annual United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meetings had become synonymous with controversial and fiery speeches by former President Robert Mugabe which denounced, without fail, the US, Britain and other Western countries for their supposed interference in the internal affairs of the country.