Byron Adonis Mutingwende

Dr Kennedy Mubaiwa, Head of Higherlife Foundation

Econet responds to Cyclone Idai emergency with $5 million

Econet Zimbabwe group of companies have collectively contributed RTGS$5 million for the cyclone emergency efforts in Eastern Zimbabwe. The company has channeled the...

Cyclone Idai destroyed property and livelihoods in Manicaland

Cyclone Idai: Government urged to have sound development plans for towns

The Community Water Alliance has urged the government to take a leaf from Cyclone Idai that destroyed property and affected livelihoods to come up with development plans...

Kanayo Awani, Managing Director, Intra-African Trade Initiative, Afreximbank, addressing guests during the conference in Gaborone

Afreximbank Proffers Factoring to Ease Access to Financing for African SMEs

The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has made the case for factoring as a viable and sustainable solution to address the challenge of access to financing which...

Agricultural policies, rules and regulations follow innovation

What if policies are highly over-rated?

By Charles Dhewa Policy makers in developing countries are often blamed for lacking the vision to craft appropriate agricultural policies that can guarantee food...

Members of CSOs protest suspension of COTRAD, ZACH

NANGO taken aback by COTRAD and ZACH suspension

The National Association of Non Governmental Organisations (NANGO) deplores the suspension of Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (Cotrad) and Zimbabwe...

Econet Wireless denies foreign debt

Our network won’t collapse: Econet

Econet Wireless has issued a statement denying reports that its network faces collapse due to the non-payment of a foreign debt to a network platform supplier. ...

Cyclone Idai declared a national disaster

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared the impact of Cyclone Idai a state of disaster.  So far, there have been 31 deaths and over 100 people are missing. According...

Cyclone Idai has hit Manicaland

Calls for intervention as Cyclone Idai devastates Manicaland

Incessant rains and strong winds that have hit Manicaland Province, since 14 March to date, especially the Chimanimani and Chipinge districts, have left huge trails of...

Lazarus Muchenje, Netone CEO

NetOne Joins Other Organisations in Assisting Cyclone IDAI Victims

In view of the latest catastrophe that has resulted in the displacement of close to 500 households, NetOne has pledged $50,000.00 towards the purchase of key basic food...

Minister Mupfumira (R) posing with Executive Director of UNEP, Ms Joyce Musyoka after discussions on environment, wildlife issues and support for Zimbabwe's programmes on biodiversity, wildlife and the forthcoming Wildlife Summit scheduled for June 24/25 in Victoria Falls

Zimbabwe attends the 4th Session of the UN Environment Assembly

Zimbabwe is attending the fourth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly in Nairobi, Kenya from the 11th to the 15th of March 2019.  The delegation is...