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Is African unity possible when Africans are divided on tribal grounds?

Africans, once politically educated, can begin to carry themselves as diverse nations with different languages and cultures, not tribes that cannot co-exist under one flag and sing one national anthem By William J Mpofu Every Pan-Africanist grapples with this intellectual…

ZIMTA presses for salary negotiation rights at NJNC

By Samuel Muzhingi Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (ZIMTA) has demanded for the reinstatement of the right to negotiate salary increments at the National Joint Negotiating Council (NJNC), citing growing dissatisfaction within Zimbabwe’s teaching fraternity. As schools reopened for the second term…

Cabinet Approves Comprehensive Policy for Children without Parental Care

Zimbabwe cabinet has approved a groundbreaking national policy aimed at ensuring the welfare and rights of children without parental care. Spearheaded by Honourable Vice President K.C.D. Mohadi, the policy emphasizes the creation of safe, nurturing environments for vulnerable children across…

Kuvimba Mining House Group CEO Simba Chinyemba to leave Kuvimba for Mutapa Investment Fund

Kuvimba Mining House (KMH) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Simba Chinyemba is set to leave the diversified mining company to join Mutapa Investment as Chief Investment Officer (CIO), Mining Zimbabwe has learned. According to sources, Chinyemba was headhunted for the Chief…

Internet Connectivity in Schools: A Prerequisite for Educational Advancement

By Magoge Isabel, Mutiusinazita High School In today’s digital age, the necessity of internet connectivity in educational institutions cannot be overstated. The lack of this vital resource poses a significant challenge to both students and teachers, hindering their ability to…

Learner Drop-Outs Threaten School Enrolment in Buhera South

By Alice Marume – Mutiusinazita High School Education is the cornerstone of knowledge acquisition and life skills development. However, in Buhera South, this fundamental aspect of societal development is facing a significant challenge due to a rising trend of learner…

PICTURES: Health Time Bomb Inside Mbare’s Mupedzanhamo Market

By A Mbare Citizen Journalist Inside Harare’s Mupedzanhamo open flea market in Mbare as piles of second hand clothes are stacked for sell, uncollected garbage lies creating a seemingly health catastrophe in the midst of the cholera pandemic. Mupedzanhamo market…

CiZC Laments Erosion Of Democratic Values By Political Elites

By Staff Reporter The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has lamented the erosion of democratic values and the continued suffering of Zimbabweans under what they described as a regime reminiscent of colonial brutality. In its Independence day press statement, CiZC…

Gono Speaks On Mutsvangwa Claims That Gold Reserves Were Lost To An Arab Country

RECENT pronouncements by Chris Mutsvangwa, the Zanu PF spokesman falsely alleging that the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe ( RBZ) lost an unspecified quantity of gold to an unnamed Arab country during the tenure of an “unnamed governor” who served under…

Cold War Looms Over Central Govt To Halt Publishing Of Bylaws

By Nhau Mangirazi A cold war is looming between local authorities after the parent Ministry of Local Government and Public Works ‘halted publishing of bylaws’ that may govern operations of councils and cities, an investigation has revealed. Local authorities including…