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Chiefs terrorising subjects: Report

In its latest report titled Traditional Leaders in Zimbabwe Balancing Culture, Development and Democracy, HZT said chiefs were deviating from their mandate.
By Problem Masau 7h ago

We’ll be Zim’s industrial hub again: Coltart

Coltart called on visitors to Zimbabwe’s second largest city to understand its history, people, culture and arts.
By Silas Nkala 7h ago

Interest rates seen tumbling below 20%

RBZ deputy governor Innocent Matshe said several measures taken by the central bank early this month, including the launch of the new currency, would stabilise the economy.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 7h ago

Author shares public speaking wisdom in book

The 20-year-old is a former student of St Faith High School and is studying law at the University of Zimbabwe.
By Sharon Zebra 7h ago

Will ZiG currency survive the economic crisis?

Hedging a local currency against gold reserves is ideal in a fully functional economy; unfortunately in our situation that is not the case.
By Abednico Bhebhe 7h ago

NewsDay cartoon 25 April, 2024 edition

NewsDay cartoon 25 April, 2024 edition
By The Watcher 7h ago

The existential crisis of Zim’s national identity

Throughout our rich history, we have fought against colonialism, struggled for independence, and yearned for a future defined by justice and equality.
By Amh Voices 7h ago

Young Sables set up epic finale

The Young Sables started off on the back foot with the former champions Namibia getting through the white wash to lead 0-5.
By Austin Karonga 7h ago

Agroecology can drive Africa’s sustainable industrial revolution

In light of these trends, policy makers cannot continue seating on the fence by, for instance, importing fertiliser and chemicals while supporting small grains and indigenous food.
By Charles Dhewa 18h ago